Covie-19 Update

The library is now fully back open. The curtain around the desk is gone, the computers are all open, you can browse and pick out your own things.

The only thing we kept is the keyboard are still covered, this is to help keep them clean. There is hand sanitizer at each computer station, and hand sanitize is till placed on the desk and on the table in the other room.

We are doing in-library programing for summer reading, with the option for those who want to do get grab n’ go .

We hope to see everyone back in the library this summer!

Summer Reading 2021

The 2021 Summer reading program will start on Wednesday, June 2nd and run through Wednesday, July 28th. This year we will offer In-Library and Grab n Go crafts. You will be required to sign up for each craft and let us know if you will be In-Library or Grab n Go. The only one that does not require sign up is the Sign up day.

You will receive you summer reading bag, some goodies, and schedule of crafts and for younger kids, your first craft on June 2nd.

Summer Reading is split up into groups: Younger Kids, Teens [ages 12-18] and Adults. Younger kids craft days are on Wednesday at 3:00, Teens are Thursday at 3:00 and adults Friday at 1:00. This craft days are for those who are participating in the 2021 Summer Reading program. Below is a schedule for June, will post July later.

Younger Kids [Under 12]:

June 2nd- Sign up and Garden Spider Frame

June 9th- Bird Face [ Make a bird picture and bring it back we will post in the window for a contest]

June 16th- Cow Catapult and Father’s Day crafts

June 23rd- Tie Dye Face masks [NOT a Grab N Go, In-Library only]

June 30th-Bead Snake craft

Teens[ 12- 18 year olds]:

June 3rd- Sign up and Diving Squid craft

June 10th Cryptid Paintings

July 24th- Tie Dye Masks [NOT a Grab N Go, In-Library only]

Adults:[In Library only for Adult crafts]

June 4th- Sign up

June 11th- Epson Sale Candle holder

June 18th- Pet paintings

June 25th- Tie Dye Masks…

New Covie-19 Rules April 2021

At the regular monthly meeting of the Richmond Public Library Board of Trustees we once again went over our Covid rules for the library. We have been going over them monthly to see what needs to stay the same and what can be changed.

Here are the new rules:

Face Masks are Recommended

Please Social Distance

Please use Hand Sanitizer when you come in the library

The library will offer In-Library programing with limited space and grab n go for all our crafts. All programing will now require a sign up sheet

2 Computers for public use are now open

Still Closed on Saturday. May 1st is the date set to be open on Saturday again.

Thank you for all you for all your patience during all this covid stuff. We hope you feel safe to come and visit us at the library!…

National Library Giving Day

ONLINE DAY OF GIVING ESTABLISHED TO SUPPORT
RICHMOND PUBIC LIBRARY
Richmond Public Library is raising funds through a Library Giving Day campaign. This one-day-online fundraising event will occur on Thursday, April 7, 2021 and we encourage patrons and library Lovers to make a gift the Richmond Public Library. This campaign reminds us that libraries, small and large, serve as a cornerstone for our communities. In addition to well-loved books, we have dvd’s, free access to the internet, computers for your use. There are events year round at the library, craft day for most holidays, Summer reading program in the summer and of course Friday food club for the adults. We miss everyone terribly and hope to open again soon!
Always remember
“Reading can take you all the places you can’t afford to go!”
To donate go to our website at richmond.mykansaslibrary.org and click the librarygivingday link.
During this time of covid-19 we have still offered crafts for the adults and kids, only instead of doing them in the library we have been offering grab n go crafts. We are doing what we can to give everyone something to do with the Covid and the weather we do what we can for our patrons.