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AdultsWed. Dec 01, 2021

December is Learn a Foreign Language Month

There are many benefits to learning a new language. Proficiency in another language is a vital skill that can give you the opportunity to engage with the world in a more immediate and meaningful way. You can get started with Mango Languages through the library. Mango is the only personalized, adaptive

AdultsTue. Nov 30, 2021

#RogersReads 2021: Read A Book That You Judged By Its Cover

Have you ever picked up a book that looked just perfect, but when you start reading it you just couldn't care less? Or maybe a friend recommended a book that you were wary of because of the cover art, but once you started it was just wonderful? This is your

AdultsTue. Nov 09, 2021

November is American Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

Alzheimer's is a degenerative brain disease and the most common form of dementia. Dementia is a term to describe a group of symptoms such as memory loss, loss of judgement and other intellectual functions. Alzheimer's impacts memory, thinking and language skills, and the ability to carry out the simplest of

AdultsMon. Nov 08, 2021

Brewtastic Book Fair

Do you remember those book fairs that magically appeared in your elementary school library each year? Did you pour over that colorful catalog filled with stories to explore? Do you still dream of clearing out all of those shelves and making your way home with an armful of books? Let’s try

TeensTue. Nov 02, 2021

Teen Writers Group is Back

The Rogers Public Library Teen Writers Group is back: Live and In Person! If you are looking for a group that blends fun, discovery, peer support, and finding & following your own creative path, this is it. For our November 13 meeting, we head outdoors, weather permitting, to explore negative space—in nature,