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Have Fines? Donate Food @ RPL
Have Fines?  Donate Food @ RPL

During September, if you donate cans of food to FeedMore's Food Bank, your fines up to $10 will be forgiven. (Does not apply to lost or damaged items or the referral fee on accounts in collections.)

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Events for Wednesday, July 03, 2013

7/3/2013

Belmont
BUSY TOWN
3:00 pm
VA Repertory presents BUSY TOWN by Richard Scary @ 3:00
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BUSY TOWN
3:00
VA Repertory presents BUSY TOWN by Richard Scary @ 3:00
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Hull Street
Children's Movie Day
10:30 - 12:30
Princess and The Frog will be showing for children and their families and daycare centers that want to keep cool. Light refreshments will be served.

Main
Preschool Story Time
10:30
Interactive story time for preschoolers ages 3-5 with an adult. Music, stories, and more.

LIving to Tell the Tale- writing memoirs
2-3:30pm
Writing Your Memoirs Kristen Taranto will lead you step by step through your personal and family history in a SIX WEEKS CLASS. Beginning and continuing students welcome. Limited enrollment. Call to register- 646-7223. Wed. June 26- July 31

Radio One DJ Workshop *CLOSED*
11:15 am –12:15 pm
Miss Community Clovia from Kiss FM will be at the Main Library to talk to kids about her career in radio and working with the community. This tween and teen program is full.

North Avenue
Toddler Storytime
10 am
Interactive stories and music for children ages 18-36 months, with an adult.

Drop in 4 Crafts
1-4:00pm
Every Wednesday in July drop by North Avenue for Craft time! For children ages 5-12.

West End
Computer Q & A
1:00-3:00 PM
Bring your specific computer or eBook questions to our Q&A sessions for adults. Please register at the front desk when you arrive.



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