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Richmond Public Library was founded by civic-minded leaders in the early 1900s. The establishment of a public library for Richmond residents took several tries. Originally approached by Mr. Andrew Carnegie in 1901, community leaders and advocates founded the Richmond Public Library Association in 1905 and built support for a locally-funded library.

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Come by any time every other Saturday at the Ginter Park Library to unleash your creativity. We provide the LEGOs, you provide the imagination!

RPL Local Authors: Vanester M. Williams
12/3 10am

Vanester M. Williams is a host/speaker on a weekly broadcast called His Abounding Grace, a program under the ministry of When Christians Speak Talk Radio....

READY READERS at Hull Street Library
12/3 11am

Ready Readers are elementary-age children learning the joy of books through reading. Every Saturday from 11 am to 12 pm children in grades kindergarten to...

Adults Book Folding Art
12/3 1pm

Folded book art is a fun and interesting art process plus a good way to reuse old books and give them a new purpose! All supplies provided, just bring...

Cinema Saturdays: Dr. Seuss' The Grinch
12/3 1pm

Come join us at the Ginter Park Library for a bi-weekly free movie. This week's movie is: Dr. Seuss' The Grinch. Rated PG.

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