HOURS

The library is 

open. We also provide

 curbside service.

 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 – 7:00

 and 

Saturdays from 9:00 – 2:00 

  413-553-7795  


How to use Curbside Pick up at the Richmond Library: An Explanation


Now available: AncestryLibrary! Search millions of indexes, receive your records at home, and use the Learning Center to find your genealogical origins through Ancestry.com: Library Edition! Click the picture below!


Please be aware that you will need to use a Richmond Free Public Library card number and an up to date password to access the website.

You, your neighbors and the Richmond Free Public Library, check us out!

The Library now has Tumble Books, a popular database of children's eBooks for grades K-6. Check it out, for fun stay at home books to read to - or with! - your children.


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Here's some information on how to become a member!

Film Club

Our film club will meet on Wednesday, October 20 at 2:00.

We will focus our discussion on Magical Realism.  Our feature film to watch is Midnight in Paris.  Other movies include 

The Natural 

Groundhog Day 

Field of Dreams 

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

Please call the library for more details, 553-7795.


 






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Overdrive is being removed from the Apple App store, Google Play and Microsoft Store in February 2022.

If you currently have the app, you can still use it until 2/2022, however if you're a new user, the app will direct you to Libby. 

For more information, please click this link.

In the link above, you will find the ability to download the new Libby app, read the FAQ, and learn about Libby with online trainings. 

  BOOK CLUB

Our book discussion group meets the fourth Tuesday of every month

@ 2:00 -       

CAll for MEETING  INFO.

Our next book club meeting will be Tuesday, September 28 at 2:00.  We will be reading "The Hour of the Witch" by Chris Bohjalian.

    


 Biblioboard is part of the Commonwealth eBook Collection. Here, Massachusetts residents are able to access digital content for free. You can see search results from all kinds of the below vendors. When you find the item you're searching for, simply click to download. Depending on what device you are using, you may need to download an app or an eBook reader. Each of these websites and programs will require your library card number and your PIN.

 

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