Wednesday, November 26: 9 a.m. - noon
Thursday, November 27: CLOSED
We will reopen on Friday, November 28, at normal library hours.
A selected portion of the Cat Fanciers’ Association collection of artwork, figurines, cat dolls, and memorabilia, as well as Christmas decorations portraying the cat, will be displayed through the month of December in Rodman Main Gallery.
Children, ages 8 years and older, are invited to join "Mr. James" as he dazzles his audience, creating cool and colorful experiments using common household items.
As part of our Fogle Author Series funded by the Greater Alliance Foundation, Rodman Public Library is proud to present Professor Richard Gilbert, author of the memoir, Shepherd: a memoir.
Do you have too much yarn? Odds and ends that you know you won't use? If so, please consider donating supplies to members of the Rodman Public Library KnitWits Needlework Circle.
Yarn can be dropped off at the Main Library or the Library Branch any time during business hours.
You may have noticed that our catalog now has a new look. It works just like the old catalog, but things may be in a slightly different location now. Here are some things to look for:
Nationally known “Master of the Impossible”, Tim Angeloni, will be performing his legendary magic show at Rodman Main Auditorium on Saturday, December 6, from 1:00 to 1:45 p.m.As a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians and the Fellowship of Christian Magicians, Angeloni has been entertaining audiences for over 35 years across the nation from the Pittsburgh Children’s Museum to Branson, Missouri and Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The Chancel Vocal and Bell Choirs of Christ United Methodist Church, under the direction of Mr. Lewis Shields, will present a Concert of Christmas Music on Saturday, Dec. 13, from 2:00 to 2:30 p.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium.