January 16 through February 11
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 to track your progress, or visit the Library to pick up a paper reading log.
Teen Community Service
Monday, February 6
High school students: Need service hours? You can make cat and dog blankets and toys for two local animal rescue groups – the Macomb County Animal Shelter and the Michigan Animal Rescue League – at the library and get credit for volunteering for those organizations. This event is for teens ages 14 to 18. Registration is required.
Wednesday, February 8
Art and science mix in this fun and messy craft. Using baking soda and food dye colored vinegar on watercolor paper, create a colorful heart shaped artwork that fizzes as it comes together. This event is for teens and tweens in grades 5 to 12. Registration is required and participants must have a valid Roseville library card to register for this program. Kits must be picked up within two weeks of event.
Tween Game Day: Mario Kart
Wednesday, February 15 at 3:30 P.M.
Stop by for some fun with video games as we play Mario Kart on the Nintendo Switch. This event is for tweens in grades 5 through 8.
A new service for Roseville Library cardholders. Let our librarians help you find your next great read!
Submit a Book Match form found here. When you fill out the form, our librarians will compile a list of book titles based on the information you provide. More detailed responses will result in better recommendations. You will receive a personalized list within a week.