TEEN PICKUP PROGRAM
Stop by any RCPL location to pick up one of these bags with themed library books, crafts, snacks, and goodies to keep! You can also join us on Zoom Tues., Feb. 9 to talk about your books and make a craft together.
Limited kits available. Register on our website.
From January 11th to March 5th, Roanoke County Public Library will participate in Beanstack’s Fourth Annual Winter Reading Challenge, sponsored by Simon & Schuster. Books Like Us is a celebration of diversity, harnessing the transformative power of seeing oneself reflected in a book. This Winter, participating communities are invited to explore these books, from authors spanning an array of diverse backgrounds.
We challenge our patrons to read at least 2 books before March 5th and keep track of their reading on our Beanstack site at rocolibrary.beanstack.org.
Want to spice up your reading life? Make a Blind Date with a Book during the month of February.
Fill out the Book Match form and we will match you up with your next read. Will it be a dream or a dud? The library will notify you when your date is ready and you can pick it up curbside, at the drive thru or in the library. When you are done, fill out the Rate a Date form to be entered into a raffle to win a fun prize.
Test your knowledge! Follow the link to see how many questions you can correctly answer.
Creative and imaginative activities designed with your developing child in mind. Come by any Roanoke County Library to pick up your pack. Supplies are limited and available first come, first serve. Ideal for toddlers and early elementary age children.
Pick up a curbside bird feeder kit, BINGO card, and info on this annual event. Kits are available at all RCPL locations the week of Feb. 8.
Stop by the library to pick up a craft - there is something for everyone!
Use our curbside service and when you call the library let us know you’d like one of our Take & Create kits.
Visit our web page to see what craft kits are available.
Do you love reading? Explore what new titles the library has, share what you're reading, play games based on classic books, and see if you can outwit others in the room. Participants are entered to win a bookish prize you're sure to love. Ideal for ages 6 and up. Register on our website.
Join us February 8th at 7 to discuss Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert, the incredibly influential story of a woman living beyond her means. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or register on our website.
Test your knowledge and compete against other teens. The winner of the game will receive a fun prize.
Sign up for this program on our webpage for middle and high schoolers using the link provided.