Summer Reading "Read.. for the Win"

Read for the Win

Registration begins May 31 and runs through June 11.

Summer Reading begins Monday, June 13th

Join us for a six week reading program complete with prizes, crafts, games, special events, movies, books and more.

Play Giant Jenga

Wednesday, June 8th from 1:00 - 6:00pm

giant jenga


Come play with the giant Jenga blocks.

See how many you can remove before it falls.

For all ages.

South Korea

Wednesday, June 15th at 6:00pm

Enjoy the wonders of Asia as world traveler, Taryn Smith, presents stories, slides and adventures of South Korea

South Korea

Please call 815-496-2031 to register by Monday, June 13th

Cup and Saucer Planters

Wednesday, June 22 at 6:00pm

Paint your own cup and saucer in design you choose. Paints, cups, saucers, and plants will be supplied.

cup and saucer planter

Please register by Monday, June 20th as space is limited.

Bags and Pool Noodles

Saturday, July 16th from 11:00am - 1:00pm

Come join us for Bags Games for adults,

Pool Noodle Games for kids, treats, and more.

pool noodle game

For all ages.

Call 815-496-2031 to register by Friday, July 15th.

Rain date is Tuesday, July 19th from 4:00 - 6:00pm

Make a Paracord Bracelet

Tuesday, June 21 at 6:00pm

Show-off your favorite teram or school colors by making a paracord bracelet.

Paracord bracelet

for ages 9 - 12.

Register by calling 815-496-2031 by June 16th and tell us your team colors.

Bottle Your Team spirit

Tuesday, June 14th at 6:00pm

Cheer your team to victory by making a necklace that shows your support.

Call 85-496-2031 to register by Friday, June10 and tell us your favorite team.

bottle cap necklace

Battle of the Books

Battle of tyhe Books Winners

Congratulations to Sheridan Grade School.

Winners of the first annual Battle of the Books.

Libray Newsletter March 2016

The latest issue of the "Cutting Edge" newsletter.

Did you know....

The Robert Rowe Public Library is partnering with Community Unit #2 to provide an access point for students with Chromebooks. The students will be able to log in with the Chromebooks and be on the school’s server to do homework at the library when classes are not in session.


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