The Roseville Public Library is proud to support National History Day. It is a year-long educational program that encourages students between grades 4-12 to explore local, state, national, and world history through performances, documentaries, papers, exhibits, and 2-dimensional displays. The NHD-CA State Finals will take place in Rocklin, CA, at William Jessup University on May 8 & 9. For more information please visit www.nhdca.org.
Introduction to Dyslexia
Join us for a presentation given by the Dyslexia Alliance where you will learn: what is dyslexia, myths, research and cause, symptoms, and solutions.
Wednesday, May 13 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Downtown Roseville Library Free, drop in, parents & educators
Create a video promoting the Roseville Public Library, and you could win a backpack full of goodies, including a GoPro Hero! Your challenge is to create a 30 - 90 second video highlighting the Roseville Library and what it means to you.
Submit the video on Youtube.com following the submission process
The challenge begins May 1 and ends June 14
Open to teens living in and around Roseville, ages 13 - 18
Join the fun of reading to friendly library dogs! Animals are attentive listeners who allow children to read at their own pace so they can feel comfortable reading out loud. Sessions are first-come first-served.
Free Location: Downtown Library 1st Monday of the Month June 1 - July 6 - Aug. 3 6:00-6:25 pm or 6:35-7:00 pm Drop-In, ages 6 - 12
Online Payment Available for Your Library Account
Online account payment is now available to better assist you. You can do so by using your Library username and password to log into your Library account and then click "Library Online Payments" from the options on the left. Enter your information, submit, and you're done!