Richland Public Library
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Join Us for our Winter Reading Program: Now through February 26th, 2022!
All ages are invited to join our program; from “read-to-me” readers to seasoned long-time readers! Children from preschool through 5th grade can participate in three different ways. Pre-readers can have 20 picture books read to them to earn prizes. Readers can either read a total of 5 hours to win prizes and be entered into the Children’s Grand Prize Drawing or complete a BINGO card of reading challenges and other activities to be entered into the Children’s Grand Prize Drawing. All participants will receive prizes!
6th through 8th grade students can participate by completing a BINGO card that will include both reading challenges and other activities. Completed BINGO cards will be entered into our Teen Grand Prize Drawing.
High school students and adults will receive 1 Adult Grand Prize Drawing coupon for each book they read. Drawings will be held at the end of the program and prizes will include gift cards from local businesses.
For more information, please contact the library at 319-456-6541 or email@example.com.
Thank you to our Winter Reading Sponsors: Everybody's Whole Foods, Gas & Goodies and Loriann's!
Richland Public Library Presents John Bain
Wayland, IA Author of Christie’s Journey: The Beat Goes On
Saturday, January 22, 2022
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The Richland Public Library will be hosting Wayland author John Bain who will talk about his new book, Christie’s Journey: The Beat Goes On from Christian Faith Publishing.
This book is the true story of his family’s traumatic encounter with nearly losing his daughter to what was thought to be postpartum cardiomyopathy. Instead, it was discovered that Christie had an unknown birth defect that caused her pulmonary artery to be connected to the wrong side of her heart. The book chronicles how the family’s faith helped them through their ordeal and serves as a reminder that miracles do happen and prayers are answered.
After the book talk participants will have a chance to ask the author questions about the book and his daughter’s experiences. Signed and personalized copies of John Bain’s book will be on sale.
This program is free and open to the public. For more information or to register, please contact the library at 319-456-6541 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keokuk County Community Endowment Foundation Awards a $5000.00 Grant to the Richland Public Library
The Richland Public Library was awarded a very generous grant by the Keokuk County Community Endowment Foundation to replace the old carpeting in the Meeting Room. The old carpet tiles were coming up and posed a safety issue to library visitors. The new carpet looks great!