Public Library is offering a new magazine service
through Zinio. There are 94 electronic
magazines to choose from including Rolling Stone, Cosmopolitan, Forbes ESPN and the Food Network Magazine.
The magazines can be read on a computer, mobile
device or tablet.
If reading them
on an iPad or Android tablet you can download the Zinio app for
free. This provides a user-friendly interface
that allows the reader to choose a typical magazine
layout or text-only view, “bookmark” a page, and
make magazine “clippings” that can be saved or
As an added bonus, these titles do not expire, which means no need to worry
about checking it in or late fees.
here to access the magazine database.
For more information on downloading digital
magazines, check out this
Congratulations to "Two Potter Gals"
- Connie and
Kayla Compton as they had perfect scores on their
puzzle, letter and final answer entries in the
Scavanger Hunt during our Harry Potter Party on
Friday, November 22nd! They won the complete 8
DVD set of the Harry Potter movies.
Since there were a total of 11 teams that had perfect
scores, we had to draw team numbers to determine
our grand prize winner.
Fantastic Job Everyone! Congratulations to the
following winning teams:
Team #5 -
& Morgan -
The Flaming Narwals!
Team #6 - Gabby, Noah, Mom, Charlotte
& George - Griffindor
Team #7 - Morgan & James
- : )
Team #16 - Abigayle
Team #18 - Amy & Michael
- Team Weed
Team #24 - Shyanne, Hunter
Al - The Golden Trio
Team #25 - Becky
Team #28 - Amelia & Randi
Team #29 - Olivia & Anthony
- Hagrid's Hunters!
Team #30 - Sammi
Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Bean Guess Winner:
Katelyn Butler won
the Beans with the closest guess of 2,000.
There were a total of 1,941 beans in the jar.
Gringott’s Wizarding Banking Entry Winner:
Alicia Devers won
the two Harry Potter Themed books
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to
Find Them” & “Quidditch Throughout the Ages”
Costume Contest Winner:
Katelyn Butler won the
full 7 book set in the Harry Potter series with her take
on Hermoine Granger. Katelyn, an avid Harry
Potter fan, has read all the books in the
series and watched all the films from start to
Thank you to
everyone who came out to help us celebrate Harry
Potter's 15th Anniversary!
Fine and Fee Price Increase
Effective January 2, 2014 the following
fines and fees will increase:
Books, Magazines, Books on CD,
Playaways and Kits
Current: $ .15 per day
New: $ .25 per day
DVDs, Computer Games, CD-ROMS
Current: $ .50 per day
New: $1.00 per day
Deposit Collection Cash Deposits
Photocopying and Printing
Current: $ .10 per page
New: $ .20 per page
Renewals on All Holdable Materials
What's Happening at the Library??
in-depth program information, click on the
below to register or to receive more information on these programs.
Anime Night: XXXholic
Wednesday, December 4 @ 6:00 PM
Ages 14 and up
The library will
close early at 5:30 PM
Cooking with Kids: Christmas
Friday, December 6 @ 2:00 PM
Library Commission Meeting
Monday, December 9 @ 6:30 PM
Friends Used Book Sales
Thursday, December 12 @ 5:30 PM
Friends members with membership card can enter at
"Booked for the Evening" Book Discussion Group
Thursday, December 12 @ 6:30 PM
"The Uncommon Reader" by Alan Bennett
Teen Night: Mason Jar Lantern Craft
Monday, December 16 @ 6:00 PM
Club Bead: Angels and Jingle Bells
Thursday, December 19 @ 5:30 PM
Ages teen to adult
Materials kit: $5.00
Tuesday & Wednesday, December 24 & 25
Woven Lanyard Class
Friday, December 27 @ 2:00 PM
Ages 8 to 17
New Year's Holiday
Tuesday & Wednesday, December 31 & January 1, 2014
Health Insurance Marketplace
Starting October 1, 2013, the Health Insurance Marketplace will begin open enrollment. Coverage starts January 1, 2014.
The Marketplace website, HealthCare.gov, will be the primary tool for delivering information to Americans about their health coverage options.
The Michigan eLibrary has compiled a list of websites that offer more information about the Marketplace and Affordable Care Act. Click
here for that list.
To take a look at helpful videos, click the links below:
Application process video -
Enrollment process video -
The Roseville Public
Library is now an access point to the Secretary
of State's new online, no-wait program
To hear a short YouTube
radio ad about this program,
To access the site, go to
Check out our official Facebook page at:
Want to create a Facebook page of you
own? Need help with all the bells and whistles?
Click here for a
Facebook guide for beginners.
Download and check-out best-selling audiobooks, video and
music to your pc, Kindle, or mp3 player from
OverDrive 24/7! All you need is your library card, pin
to the Internet, and the
software for many e-readers.
How do I start?
Guided Tour of Overdrive
For step-by-step video help on downloading
to mobile devices, click
here. For a handy brochure to print
eBooks are available for your Kindle at the Roseville Public
Library through OverDrive. Check out this
YouTube for an overview.
For one-on-one help, look for OverDrive
training sessions at the library periodically
(limited to Roseville residents at this time.)
When you use OverDrive to check out materials for the Kindle
through Amazon, your eBook checkout history related to Kindle
Book downloads may be stored on Amazon's database. Read the
privacy statements on Amazon.com for more information.