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The holidays are almost here. Get in the spirit and come decorate your very own Christmas card to share with friends or family. Supplies are limited so registration is required. Registration is open to Roseville cardholders and begins November 21st.

Whether you want a new decoration for your room or want a handmade gift for the holidays, join us for painting. We’ll be using paint, painter’s tape, and canvas to create unique paintings. No previous painting experience needed for this event. This event is for tweens ages 10 to 14. Registration is required and begins November 22.

The Roseville Public Library will celebrate the holiday with a Christmas Workshop. The Library will be closed on December 7 so that we can offer a wonderful evening of crafts, entertainment, prize drawings and treats to celebrate Christmas. You can also enjoy the City of Roseville’s Annual Tree Lighting, Sing-a-long and visit from Santa on the north side of City Hall. Enter the Library at the main entrance on the south side of the building fro...

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