The Richmond Memorial Library building was officially reopened on June 1, 2021! While we enjoyed serving our community in other ways during the pandemic - Library2Go curbside service, Zoom classes and basically anything we could think of - it's nice to get back to some normalcy and see our patrons in person again.
So if you're just catching up, here's what's new for children and teens:
Not only do they make the kids happy when the book reads to them, but the learning mode makes parents and teachers happy with follow-up questions to think about and discuss.
*Lawn Games to Borrow
Have you heard about our new collection of yard games that can be borrowed from the library? Some of the games that are available include: Bocce, Croquet, Giant Connect Four, Giant Jenga, Giant Checkers, Molkky, Ring Toss, Kan Jam, Giant Yardzee, and more. These items will have a check out loan period of one week. We've heard from those who have been checking the games out that they are a lot of fun! *We've just added Spike Ball and Bottle Bash too!
1, 2, 3 Look at Me! (problem solving)
Shapes in My World (spatial relationships)
Barnyard Fun! (memory)
What's That Sound? (cause and effect)
Colors All Around (grouping/categories)
Going to the Market (imitation)