1920’s Murder Mystery
Friday, February 21 @ 5:30 PM
It’s the 1920’s and you’ve been invited to the biggest party of the year. When you arrive, you discover that the party has been cancelled as the host has just been murdered. Could it have been the result of a family quarrel? Did one of the guests find an opportunity to rid themselves of a rival? Would the staff have taken a chance to get revenge on their employer? Join us in this interactive Murder Mystery where you will get to try to solve the mystery while mixing and mingling with others. This event is for teens and adults. Dressing in 1920’s fashion is encouraged but not necessary. Registration is required.
STEM Saturday: Leap Year, Cold-Blooded Creatures
Saturday, February 29 @ 2:00 PM
Celebrate the leap year with this interesting event all about amphibians. Discussions will include information on amphibian habitats, populations, diet and adaptations for survival. With hands-on activities, audience participation, and meeting some amphibians, this program will be a fun learning experience. All ages are welcome and no registration required.
Booked for the Evening
Thursday, March 5 @ 6:30 PM: Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott
Thursday, April 2 @ 6:30 PM: The Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly
Bring a friend and join us for some lively discussion at our book group. You are welcome to join us even if you have not read the book. Need a copy? Contact the library today! The Booked for the Evening book group has had book discussions since it was started in 1999.
Looking for help with the computer? Make an appointment for a one-on-one session with one of our librarians. Bring your device and any cords needed to the lab. If you don’t have a laptop, we have a laptop at the library to work with. Each one-on-one session lasts 30 minutes. Please call the library at (586) 445-5407 and select option 3 for the Adult Reference Desk. The librarian will take your information and you will be contacted to set up an appointment.
Topics Available Include:
- Basic computer instruction
- Using email and password creation
- Tablet (iPad, Kindle, Android) introductions
- Smartphone introduction
- How to use the library’s free e-resources such as Overdrive e-books, Freegal music, RB Digital magazines, and tutor.com
- Microsoft Office, Google Drive, Pages training
- How to practice good computer hygiene (clearing cookies and running basic virus protection)
- Designing resumes and introduction to online job boards
- Using library’s archive scanner to digitize old photos and documents
At this time, the Roseville Public Library does
not offer the following services, but appreciate you thinking
- Printer and home networking
- Computer or phone repair
- Virus removal or other activities which could void warranty
- Sessions which may involve breaking copyright law
- Creating viral marketing campaigns for profit or nonprofit
- Writing resumes