New Christmas Movies at RPL
The goal of the Rogers Public Library's movie collection is to provide movies of an enduring quality for the people of Rogers to enjoy. These include award winning movies; critically acclaimed, innovative movies that changed the way movies are made; and just popular, crowd-pleasing films. A good example of the last
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There’s a movie called the Time Machine (1960) based on the book written by H.G. Wells. It’s one of the few high quality science fiction films made before 2001 a Space Odyssey (1968). At the end of the movie the hero returns to his time, gets three books, and returns to
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….About National Novel Writing Month? One part writing boot camp, one part rollicking party, National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) celebrates its 19th year of encouraging creativity, education, and the power of the imagination through the largest writing event in the world. This year, NaNoWriMo expects nearly 500,000 people to start a
“Passive Programming” is one of the hot buzzwords in the professional library literature, but it is a really terrible name for a really great idea. Everybody knows about the traditional kind of library programs—story hours, craft workshops, informational presentations, family movies—scheduled at set times at set places inside the library
When you think of autumn, you think of crunchy leaves, pumpkin spice everything, Halloween candy, and cool nights. Do you also think of the library? If not, you should! The Rogers Public Library is having its Fall Celebration Geek event on November 4th! There’s going to be lots to jump into;