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AdultsTue. Sep 22, 2020

Voting in the Time of Coronavirus

During election years, it’s always important to make sure that you know the deadlines for things like registering and when early voting starts. Below is some information about voting in 2020. Please read through carefully! If you have any questions about the process, you can contact the Benton County Clerk

AdultsWed. Sep 16, 2020

#RogersReads2020: Read a Book about What You Wanted to “Grow Up To Be” When You Were a Kid

If you haven’t signed up for the #RogersReads reading challenge for 2020, now is the time! Click the #RogersReads image on the library website or use this link to begin logging your completed challenges and enter for monthly prizes! Each month, prizes will be awarded to two readers who enter a new book into

AdultsTue. Sep 15, 2020

What You May Have Missed in August

Time flies! If you’ve been busy, these new titles may have escaped your notice. Here are some of the books that you may have missed in August. Midnight Sun by Stephanie Meyer, Harrow the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir, and The Silent Wife by Karin Slaughter are all parts of series you may have been

AdultsSun. Sep 13, 2020

Libraries Transform Book Pick

Read along with us this September! The Libraries Transform Book Pick digital reading program returns with Lauren Francis-Sharma’s epic saga “Book of the Little Axe.” Join Rogers Public Library and book lovers nationwide in reading the same ebook and discussing it online using the hashtag #LTBookPick. Ebook copies of “Book of

AdultsWed. Sep 02, 2020

#RogersReads2020: Read a Book with “Bronze,” “Silver,” or “Gold” in the Title

If you haven’t signed up for the #RogersReads reading challenge for 2020, now is the time! Click the #RogersReads image on the library website or use this link to begin logging your completed challenges and enter for monthly prizes! Each month, prizes will be awarded to two readers who enter a new book into