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Hoopla is the library’s newest digital resource! With Hoopla, Roseville cardholders can borrow and enjoy movies, TV shows, audiobooks, eBooks, comics, and music. The best part about hoopla: there are no holds – if you see something in the catalog, you can immediately check it out. Users can borrow up to 7 items per month. Visit Hoopla’s Help page for step-by-step instructions on downloading to mobile devices and help with troublesh...

Alfred Hitchcock is the most familiar and analyzed of classic Hollywood directors. John Monaghan, former Detroit Free Press film reviewer and educator, will lead a discussion of Hitchcock’s 50-year career with clips from classics like Sabotage, Shadow of a Doubt, Vertigo, North By Northwest and Psycho. Attendees are welcome to share their own experiences with the director’s films as well.

Discover the world of loose-leaf tea. Join tea enthusiast Bradley Coates for an introduction to the different types of tea and the tools used to brew them. There will also be a tasting at this event so be ready to find your new favorite tea type tonight and how to brew it today!

The Winter Reading Challenge is back! Read 5 books or for 5 hours between Monday, January 16th and Saturday, February 11th to win a prize and to have your name entered for the Grand Prize drawing! You even get incentive prizes just for signing up. All participants (or their guardian) must have a valid Roseville Library card in their name. You can use the READSquared app to track your progress, or visit the Library to pick up a paper reading log.

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