It’s a new year, and we hope everyone is healthy and happy.
What are we up to for the first month of the year?
Story time is still going on every Wednesday at 10:00 AM.
We have crafts for the school kids planned for Wednesdays after school on the 11th, 18th and 25th.
We are making edible craft on the 11th, yarn snowflakes on the 18th and Sunflowers on the 25th in honor of Kansas Day on January 29th.
The adults are having crafts every Friday [weather permitting] at 1:00 PM.
Watch our Facebook page for upcoming events.…
It’s almost the end of 2022. We have survived another year of Covid-19, some really cold weather in just the last week, We have tried to only be closed for Holidays listed in our policy.
Tried to have things to the kids to do [other than computers].
There were crafts for everyone, Summer reading, Holiday crafts and of course computers for the kids to use.
New books, new DVD’s , we have tried to have something for everyone.
We have fundraisers throughout the year. These are to help keep the library open and to make needed repairs on our old building.
We hope we have met everyone’s libraries need in 2022 and plan to keep trying in 2023.
Happy New Year from the Library! We hope everyone keeps coming to the library in the new year!
Reminder the library will be Closed December 31 and January 2nd for the Holiday…
November 29th is National Giving Day
At the Richmond Public Library, we don’t library like we used to.
Yes, our library still promotes reading for all ages. However, we are more than a place
to find books. We have DVD’s, Halloween masks, 6 public computers, story time for the little’s, crafts for all ages.
Our library is vibrant and sometimes a little loud. Most days you hear the giggles
of happy children, the copier buzzing, passionate library staff welcoming you inside.
We are here to help you and everyone in our community. In return, a couple of times of
year, we ask you to consider helping us. Please consider donating to the library
today [November 29, 2022]. With gifts from generous people like you, we can continue to expand our
services, offer free public programs, and fund new ideas – ensuring the long-term
vitality of our library.
Please join us by making your gift online via the Northeast Kansas Library System at
https://foundation.nekls.org/ or mail your check to 206 S. Broadway. We thank you in
advance for your support of our library and our community.
Mark your calendar! Tuesday, November 29th is Giving Tuesday this year 2022 the global day of giving. Please consider a donation to your local library, click the link on the website richmond.mykansaslibrary.org and click the “Library Giving Day link or go to (email@example.com)
The Richmond Public library needs your help. We are working towards a goal of $$2,000.00 to recoup what it cost to renovate the bathroom and replace the back door. Please consider giving a gift on Giving Tuesday or anytime in November/December. We appreciate your generosity to improve the Richmond Public library. #GivingTuesday
The Richmond Public library is the center of our community, providing education, economic development, and engagement. Consider making a donation on Giving Tuesday to support your local library by giving at firstname.lastname@example.org, remember to designate that your donation goes to The Richmond Public Library…