Friday, April 24th
Received this email from a friend? Click to subscribe!
If a library fan forwarded this newsletter to you and you’d like your very own you can sign up here.
In response to the hardships placed on our communities during the COVID 19 pandemic, the River Valley District and Cordova District Libraries are here for you. We are excited to offer a temporary library card to any family that lives within the Riverdale School District #100 and does not live within any Library District’s boundaries. You may e-mail either library and we will be available to help you gain access to all of our great online resources. The temporary cards will be offered throughout the summer until our students are able to return to school.
Sorry for the delay
We here at the library have been hard at work for the past 2 weeks putting together a mail-out newsletter to area residents regarding the new policies for non-resident library cards! We are so excited to get to provide library access to any and all residents within the Riverdale School District! Keep an eye on your mailbox for your newsletter! We will be back to putting together several online newsletters each week for the remainder of our "Stay at Home" Order.
Try your hand at recreating this photo with paints, crayons, pencils, or whatever else you can think of. Feel free to share it with us on social media!
It's National Library Week!
Share with us how you and your loved ones are celebrating! Plus check out the little ones showing off how much they love reading below!
Ms. Cathy has a fun and easy Earth Day craft!
Earth Day Windsock craft
Rock Island Art Guild Fine Arts Exhibition Tour
Harper Lee based the character of Dill on her childhood friend, Truman Capote. The two were neighbors in the small town of Monroeville, Alabama and often would help each other with their writing.