Richmond Public Library My Account | Contact

Search Catalog or Internet

Overdrive ebooks & Audiobooks

Libraries Closed Monday, September 1
Libraries Closed Monday, September 1

All Richmond Public Libraries will be closed on Monday, September 1 for Labor Day. Libraries will resume regular hours on Tuesday.

Family Children Teens Seniors
FamilyFamily
Events for Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Belmont

STORYTIME @ BELMONT
STORYTIME BREAK HAS BEEN EXTENDED AT THE BELMONT LIBRARY: JUNE 9TH-27TH See you again on June 30th

Broad Rock
10:30 a.m.
The Amazing Mr. B Magic Show
Prepare to be amazed by the magic of the Amazing Mr. B. He will dazzle you with his Fizz, Boom, Read program. All are invited to attend.

Ginter Park
10:30 a.m.
Toddler Storytime
Interactive story time for ages 18-36 months with an adult. Come join us for stories, rhymes, songs and more!

Ginter Park
3 p.m.
Matinee Movie n' Munch
Come and watch Disney’s Flubber ,rated PG, with us. Brings some friends, grab some snacks and settle in for a movie. Popcorn will be served. For all ages.

Hull Street
2:00 PM
Children's Science Experiment
We are doing a science experiment every Tuesday at 2:00 PM from June 17th-July 29th! For elementary school children. Registration is required. Call 646-8699 to register.

Main
10:30am
Book Babies
Interactive storytime with music, lap bounces, rhymes and more. Ages 0-18 months with an adult.

Main
11:15am
Toddler Time
Interactive storytime with music, stories, rhymes and more. Ages 18-36 months with an adult

Main
12 noon
Lunch Box Book Club
Join our monthly discussion. Call 646-7223 for details. Tuesdays in June.

Main
2:00pm
RVA Environmental Film Festival
The RVA Environmental Film Festival, James River Association, and Richmond Public Libraries are proud to present the RPL Local Environmental Film Program, or “Celebration of the James Film Series". It is kicking off on June 14 at 2 pm at the Main Library downtown. It will feature local documentary films about the James River, including some of the winning entries from the RVA Environmental Film Festival 2014 Local Documentary Contest. "James River Sturgeon" (Melissa Lesh), "Belle Isle" (Briget Ganske), "Affair With The James" (Elli Morris), "Dumping Ground To Best River Town” (James River Association), to name a few. We hope to have a few filmmakers at each stop to talk and answer questions, as well as some coloring sheets and displays. It is designed to be a family-friendly environmental education program

West End
2:00pm
RVA
The RVA Environmental Film Festival, James River Association, and Richmond Public Libraries are proud to present the RPL Local Environmental Film Program, or “Celebration of the James Film Series". It is kicking off on June 14 at 2 pm at the Main Library downtown. It will feature local documentary films about the James River, including some of the winning entries from the RVA Environmental Film Festival 2014 Local Documentary Contest. "James River Sturgeon" (Melissa Lesh), "Belle Isle" (Briget Ganske), "Affair With The James" (Elli Morris), "Dumping Ground To Best River Town” (James River Association), to name a few. We hope to have a few filmmakers at each stop to talk and answer questions, as well as some coloring sheets and displays. It is designed to be a family-friendly environmental education program

Westover Hills
11:00 a.m.
Toddler Storytime
Early literacy storytime featuring books, songs and play time for toddlers ages 18-36 months, accompanied by an adult.



« Back to Calendar