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Minute To Win It

Saturday, July 9th 2:00-3:30 pm

Come join for us for a fun exciting afternoon playing silly games! You will get one minute to accomplish weird tasks! For grades 5-8. No need to register.

 

Kids Summer Reading Program Kick-Off!

85850198b87385d6e2c2d3c817316a04Saturday June 11th from 2-4 pm
We’re having a carnival to usher in summer reading. There will be sno-cones, music, an obstacle course for all ages and much more. Enjoy the day and sign up for summer reading!
To sign up for summer reading from home, log into http://romeodistrictlibrary.readsquared.com after June 11. You can register as a family or an individual. Come back to log in minutes (or books for the pre-school crowd.) Play games on the site, read from our booklists, come to our programs and get badges. When you earn 5 badges, no more than once per week, come into the library to get a prize!

Klezmephonic

Enjoy unique live music? Then stop in on Thursday, July 14th at 7pm and enjoy the band, Klezmephonic. They are a great local band playing traditional Jewish Folklore music. Not something you hear everyday, but something you will definitely remember. Guaranteed fun for the whole family. Concert is planned for indoors, but if weather is nice, it may be moved outside.10911358_692424077523327_4042546703563411397_o

Cutting the Cable Cord

Join us on Tuesday, July 12th at 7pm as  Librarian Dominic McLaughlin discusses  how to get your television viewing content without the pricey cable package.

Learn about Sling TV , Roku and more. Class is free, but registration is encouraged. (586) 752-0603cord-cutting

Teen Dungeons & Dragons

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Wednesday, July 20th 6:30-8:30 pmJoin us for an evening of fun role-playing in Dungeons & Dragons. We will be continuing our campaign from the previous meeting. Pizza and snacks will be provided. The fifth edition of the book will be used. No registration is necessary. For teens age 12-18.

Update from the Director

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Here is the latest news from your Director at the Romeo District Library.

Brief history of/ update on Lawsuit

The Romeo District Library (RDL) was established in 1969. The Village of Romeo and the townships of Bruce and Washington have been sharing controversy-free enjoyment of the library and its services until recently.

In July of 2014, Washington Township filed a lawsuit. You can read the facts of the case here: http://romeodistrictlibrary.org/?page_id=82  . To learn more about District Library law, watch this presentation by library law expert and Kent District Library Director Lance Werner: http://wbrw.pegcentral.com/player.php?video=13f84998acbdfd2424931cc77892ce1a

Judge Caretti ruled in favor of the Library in February of 2015. Five days later Washington Township voted to appeal that decision. The date to hear oral arguments in the appeal case is  Tuesday, May 3rd at 11:00 a.m. at the Michigan Court of Appeals in Detroit.

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RDL 24/7

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, RDL247@romeodistrictlibrary.org or 586-752-0603, ext. 101 and we will be happy to help.