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Children of all ages are invited to an animated movie, where all the characters are colorful little blocks, on Saturday, July 1, from 10:00-11:30 a.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium. A really cool crime fighter must deal with an old enemy who wants to take over his city, while at the same time discovering that an orphaned teenager wants to be his apprentice. Children of all ages are invited—under 10 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. No registration is needed. Rated PG. Call 330-821-2665, ext. 223, for more information.
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Join us on Thursday, Apr. 13, from 5 to 8 p.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium for Murder at Carnegie Free Library: An After-Hours Murder Mystery Event. "It’s rumored that the library director position at the Carnegie Free Library is cursed. On the eve of the director’s tenth year, each library director has died, dating all the way back to when the new library building was built in 1963. Stephanie Queen, a renowned horror and paranormal author, is releasing a new book: The Haunting of Rockhill Mine, a horror-treasure hunting novel.
Storytime will be held in the Auditorium this week only to allow the Children's Program Room to be painted. (submitted 2-20-17 jm)
Wee Read will be held in the Main Library Auditorium for this date only to allow Children's Program Room to be painted. (submitted 2-20-17 jm)
Teens, ages 12-18, are invited to join us at the Main Auditorium on Thursday, March 23, from 5:15 p.m. to 7 p.m., for an after-hours, Nerf Challenge event. Two challenges will be conducted. Teens will be allowed to use Nerf weapons during both challenges. Teens are allowed to bring their Nerf weapons that follow the guidelines of the program.
Join Giovanni Andreazzi and John Gross as they present a lively program on the history of Goat Hill. Sponsored by the Alliance Historical Society, the program will take place on Wednesday, April 26, at 7 p.m., in Rodman Library’s Main Auditorium. Goat Hill is an area in the eastern part of Alliance that was famous for its athletes and sports teams. The story is told that because there were so many Welsh immigrants in the area, and their Welsh ancestors were goat herders, it came to be called Goat Hill.
Paul Adams, as “Tricky Max,” will be appearing at Rodman Main Auditorium on Tuesday, July 25, at 3 p.m. His show will complement the national Summer Reading theme of “Build a Better World.” Adams is a one-of-a-kind performer who has a distinctive voice, comic energy, and entertains his audience with an interactive program of comedy, fun-loving age-appropriate jokes, magic, and over-sized puppets. This year kids, and those young-at-heart, will meet a busy builder named Justin Beaver who will show them how reading can help them build a better world at home, school, and play.