Mar 122015

rdl247anytimeThe Romeo District Library is always open wherever you may be. With our mobile catalog apps for iOS or Android device, you can be sure to have access anytime and anyplace. Read, watch or listen to ebooks, magazines, audiobooks, movies, and music with our download and streaming services such as Overdrive, Hoopla, Freegal and Zinio. To learn more or if you need assistance please contact the library, or 586-752-0603, ext. 101 and we will be happy to help.

NEWSLETTERSPRING2015-1Our Spring Newsletter should be hitting our resident’s mailboxes this week. You can also read it here.

The Romeo District Library is happy to announce that we are now offering Freegal. Download up to 5 MP3s a week and stream 3 hours of music daily from an amazing library of music. Click here to get started.

Oct 032014

bullAll our new books now check out for 3 weeks. So now there is no rush to finish your favorite new book. And as always please let us know if you can’t find the books you are looking for we will do our best to get them for you.

zinioZinio Digital Newstand Platform offers you access to full digital copies of some of your favorite magazines. You can download and view these titles on your computer or mobile device.

Zinio magazines may be read on a wide variety of apps available for many mobile devices. Click on the device that best suits your needs to download your free app now: PCMaciPhoneiPadAndroidKindle Fire, and Blackberry Playbook.

Our Zinio subscription provides access to more than 90 popular and specialty magazines. You now have unlimited access to this collection, with no waiting, no due dates, and no fines!

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Untitled2Wednesday April 22nd 7:00 pm Graubner
Come enjoy a fun-filled evening with the vocal harmony of one of the area’s best local Barbershop Quartets. “Limited Edition” has been entertaining audiences for years with their cheerful lyrics and pleasant melodies; so pull up a barber chair and join us.
No registration required, but seating is limited.

Apr 132015

00190u Thursday, April 23 6:00 pm Kezar Library 

Every house has a story to tell. When was your home built? Who lived and died there? When was plumbing added? Was it ever used as something other than a home? Finding out about your house and its previous inhabitants can be exciting! This class will get you started on researching the history of your house.

823829Thursday April 23rd 7:00 pm Graubner
Join us for a free class in which ideas for brunches and dishes to serve for the commemorative honoring of matriarchs are presented (and samples provided)! Please call to register by April 16th, as slots are limited.