#RogersReads Reading Challenge is a year long program starting in February celebrating “Love Your Library Month.” Complete the twelve prompts on the Reading Challenge hand out by February 2019 to participate. We will have 12 monthly drawings and 1 final drawing for prizes. Additional information and rules can be found on the hand out.
If you want to show off your progress on social media, tag us and use #RogersReads! We love seeing what people are reading! We will be creating reading lists on Facebook and Tumblr to help you choose what book to read all throughout the year, so keep an eye out.
Lunch & Learn is a monthly program presenting outside speakers on a variety of topics – educational, inspirational, and entertaining. It is held on the second Tuesday of each month, September through May, from noon until 1 pm. The public is encouraged to bring a sack lunch; light drinks and a cookie will be provided. An archive of previous programs can be found on the Library’s YouTube channel. This program is supported by the Friends of the Rogers Public Library.
The Library currently hosts two regularly meeting Book Clubs:
Serendipity Book Club meets on the first Monday of each month (Sept. – May) from 1 – 3pm.
Fabulous Fiction Book Club meets on the last Thursday of each month all year from 6:30 – 8:30pm.
New members are always welcome.
If you are interested in starting a book club, please inquire at the Reference Desk. We are happy to provide suggestions, publicity, and support. The Rogers Public Library endeavors to have copies of the books under discussion available for checkout; we cannot always provide copies for every club member.
Meet the Author is an opportunity for local authors to meet library patrons and publicize their works. We schedule events for Sunday afternoons from 2 – 4 pm in the main concourse, for authors to display and sell their works. If you are interested in registering for a slot, please contact the Information Desk.
Geek the Library is a community event showcasing area services, business, clubs, computing & entertainment. Each Geek event is unique with participants changing all the time – Come play, learn & do. This program is supported by the Friends of the Rogers Public Library.
Create-it Con is a Makers faire that encourages patron interaction for all ages, with a heavy emphasis on DIY projects & new technologies. This program is supported by the RPL Foundation and Friends of the Rogers Public Library.
Summer Reading isn’t just for kids! Grownups can read and participate in library activities while filling out BINGO CARDS to win weekly drawings for prizes such as gift certificates to local restaurants. Open to library patrons eighteen years old or over. View the 2017 Flyer. This program is supported by the Friends of the Rogers Public Library.