Roseville Carnegie Library Centennial

The Roseville Public Library is excited to celebrate 100 years of service and programs to the local community, and is celebrating with a large party, photo displays and a new service to Old Town Roseville visitors – a mobile walking tour. October 12 marks the official birthday of the Carnegie Library, now a museum operated by the Roseville Historical Society. For more information about the Carnegie Library Museum, visit

Roseville Library Centennial Celebration: Family Fun Day
Saturday, October 20, 12 - 4 p.m.
Downtown Roseville Library, 225 Taylor Street

Bring the entire family and enjoy musical performances, children's art and games, Historical Archives tour and photo display, and storytimes for the young ones. Enter our pie baking contest, judging begins at 2pm. Library staff will greet you in historical costume, and all of the day’s events will have an early 1900’s theme. To contrast the library services of the past, visit our new Mobile Tool Box, and see how we are using mobile devices, such as iPads, Chromebooks and eReaders to expand our services to the public.

Mobile Historic Walking Tour is available at .  Historic photos on display at the Roseville Civic Center, 311 Vernon Street, and Roseville Downtown Library, 225 Taylor Street.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Roseville Public Library.

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