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Getting ready for TD Summer Reading Club!
The launch of this year’s event is just a few weeks away. We hope you can join us, in the meantime here’s a fun activity you can do at home or at the Library.

Oak Ridges Launch: Thursday, July 2



SRC Registration Now Open!
The Summer Reading Club is back!

Get your books ready and find your favourite place to read.

This year, we PLAY. Register now

2014 TD Summer Reading Club Award
Congratulations to Richmond Green Library for placing second in Canada for the 2014 TD Summer Reading Club Award. The TD Summer Reading Club is a nation-wide initiative which promotes the joy of reading to children during the summer. Staff at Richmond Green were recognized for developing innovative programs which encouraged 492 children to read 6917 books. Librarians at all our branches are currently busy putting together the final touches of the 2015 program, to launch on June 26th.

Children's summer program registration begins on line May 25
Check out the full list of our exciting line up of children's programs at the library. Spaces are limited! More Details

Freegal Music: Now Streaming
Library cardholders can stream all of the music on Freegal 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.Try it now

Database of the Month

RHPL's very own Historic Cemeteries of South York Region.

Search through a database of full images of local tombstones along with transcriptions of texts carved on them. Start Searching
Books vs Film
On Saturday July 11 from 1:30 to 4:30 at Central Library, watch the film adaptation of The 100-year-old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared and then discuss how the film compares to the book. More Details

Books, Chairs and Blankets
On Thursday, July 16 from 7:00 to 8:30 at Central Library, bring a blanket or chair and join us in the front courtyard for cold lemonade and a chat with fellow book lovers. Tonight's theme is books portraying a coming of age or love story. More Details

3D Printing
For Beginners
On July 2 at 7 pm at Central Library, learn about the new MakerBot Replicator. This program is for ages 16 and over. More Details

Online Book Club for Kids

Travelling this summer? Unable to visit the library? If you're in grades 6 to 8, you can join this unique book club!

We'll be posting 2 book titles, read one or both of these books with us and join the discussion.

Every week we will be posting something of interest, you even have a chance to win a prize.

Join the Fun


Town of Richmond Hill
Public Realm Master Plan
The Town of Richmond Hill is creating a Public Realm Master Plan. Have your voice heard by filling in the survey. More Information
Canada Day
Wednesday, July 1
All locations CLOSED

Program Guide
The Current Program Guide is available for downloading
Program Guide In the Know

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