Notice: Due to software upgrades, PINES and RBdigital will be unavailable on Sunday, January 20, and on Monday, January 21.  Normal services should resume on Tuesday, January 22.

The Roddenbery Memorial Library will be closed Monday, January 21 in honor of
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  The book drop will be available.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. giving his I Have a Dream speech to huge crowd gathered for the Mall in Washington DC during the March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom (aka the Freedom March).  (Photo by Francis Miller/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Did you know that you can use your
library card to access Consumer Reports
without paying for a subscription?
Contact the library for the GALILEO
password, once in, type “Consumer Reports” in the search box.
For more information on
this and other databases available,
contact the library at 377-3632 or

 Friends of the Library
Annual Meeting

January 22 at 6:30 in the Grady Room.  Officers will be elected for a 2 year term.  This is an open meeting. Please join us and learn more about the importance of the Friends of the Roddenbery Memorial Library.
To become a Friend of the Library, stop by the meeting, visit the library, or click here. 


Introducing: teen book cloud logo

TeenBookCloud is a curated database of e-books and other digital content for Middle Schools and High Schools, as well as Public Libraries.

The growing collection features over 1000 titles, including student-favorite Graphic Novels, enhanced e-books with full audio narration and highlighted text, classic literature, national geographic videos, and more!

Georgians with public library cards can check out a Georgia State Park “ParkPass” and Historic Site Pass—much like checking out a book.
For more information, click here, call us at 377-3632, or visit the library.

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