It looks like the Kansas Stay-at-Home order will expire at Midnight May 3rd. That means the library can be open on May 4th!
Things will not be the same when we open. There will be new hours [for the time being] new rules. Social Distancing is still in play.
We are working on the plan for opening the library with these new rules and will post them as soon as we have them finalized. Please be patient with us through these uncharted waters.
Please remember we miss you as much as you miss the library!…
It’s National Library Week. But we cannot celebrate at this time. Due to covid-19 [coonavirus] the library is closed.We hope to be open soon.
The library will plan an “open House” to welcome everyone back to the library as soon as we are able.
This week is National Library week. Tuesday is National Library Workers day, Thursday is National Library Giving day.
Richmond Public Library is part of a coalition of libraries joining forces to raise funds through a Library GivingDay campaign. This one-day online fundraising event will occur on Thursday, April 23rd and will encourage patrons and library lovers to support their library. This campaign reminds us that libraries serve as a cornerstone for our communities. In addition to well-loved books, many libraries offer innovative programs that promote lifelong learning, connect patrons to technology, and advance knowledge. ?Join The Richmond Public Library during Library Giving Day! This one-day online fundraising event will occur on Thursday, April 23 and we encourage patrons and library lovers to make a gift in support of your library anytime now through April 23rd by visiting us at richmond.mykansaslibrary.org and click the librarygivingday link…
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 23, 2020 and will encourage patrons and library Lovers to make a gift to their individual library . This campaign reminds us that libraries, small and large, serve as a cornerstone for our communities. In addition to well-loved books, many libraries offer innovative programs that promote lifelong learning, connect patrons to technology, and advance knowledge. 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.
Due to Covid-19 [coronavirus] the library will be CLOSED starting March 26, 2020. Franklin County has issued a Stay-at-Home order for all non-essential businesses, so the library must close. It is with great sadness that we close the library and hope to be able to open again soon.
You can still use hoopla for FREE. They have books and movies.
Download hoopladigital.com onto your device
Log in with your library card number. [If you don’t have you number you can call today 3/25/20 until 4:00 PM and I will be able to help you.]
You can then use the library hotspot to download your items and then watch, read or listen anywhere once it’s downloaded.
Be safe, stay healthy we hope to see everyone soon!…
Starting Monday, March 23rd. The Library will be closing at 4:00 PM instead of 6:00 PM.
We still have our doors open. You can call if you need books or movies or computer time. We are just closing a little earlier than normal. PLEASE Everyone Stay Healthy and Keep Safe!
The library has not forgotten that is it is Census time!. If you want to file your responses online and do not have internet or a computer you can call the library [785-85-6163] and make an appointment to use the computer and I will help you get it done!