Upcoming Programs at the Racine Public Library|Local News I Racine County Eye – Racine, Wisconsin – Racine County Eye

24June 2020

Curbside Pickup is Here! Position your holds at www.racinelibrary.info or call 262.217.7631. You will be contacted when your holds are ready for choice up. The pickup tent is located on Lake Ave, upon arrival please call the posted number. If you are not able to leave your car, please let us know during the call. If you do not have a cellphone you can approach the camping tent. Only non-traditional returns will be accepted at the pickup tent, all other materials need to be returned to the drop off boxes.

The Summer Reading Program has actually gone virtual! Although our structure is closed, RPL is still going to rock this summer season with Summer Reading. Go to racinelibrary.beanstack.org for a virtual reading log, challenges, activities, and more! Register by family or person. If you do not have web access you can snag a paper reading log from the pickup camping tent. Upon conclusion of the log, please call 262.217.7631 and one of the friendly team member at RPL will log your hours.

Visit RPL's Facebook page, Instagram, and =” _ blank “rel =” noreferrer noopener” > site for loads
of virtual programs, storytimes, crafts, resources, details, and services. Envision Your Story Wattpad Creative Writing Contest Open up until July 31, 2020. Voting begins August 3– August 9, 2020. Write your story! This is your opportunity to envision your story as you desire it to be. Follow the link to the story prompt, and make certain you fill out the kind to be considered for entry to the contest. Prompt can be found here. Send your entry by completing our registration type on our website. YA for You July 16|FB, IG, Twitter 5 p.m.– 8 p.m.Online book club and conversation for anybody who takes pleasure in reading

YA. Online
book discussion through Facebook. July's title is” Out of Easy “by Ruta Sepetys Quick Book Look: Adult Storytime 11 a.m.|July 8|YouTube Will be reading the very first chapters from a variety of genres aimed towardsadults. Small Business Monday: Starting and growing your organisation online Mondays, July 6- July 27 9 a.m.
| Via Zoom Join us for a series created to assist Small Businesses get online.

Week 1: Learn where to develop abilities to get your business online
. Week 2: Creating a FB page for your company.
Week 3: Building a Website. Week 4: Opportunities within the City of Racine. Register online. Zoom info will be sent to you before the very first discussion. Sprouts and Microgreens for Good Health 6 p.m.|July 7|Zoom Sprouts and microgreens are green vegetable plants that are easy to grow, yet loaded with nutrients.

Mark Lyons, an experienced master garden enthusiast will inform you all about how to grow and utilize these dietary powerhouses! Sponsored by the Racine County Agricultural Society. This shows will exist by means of Zoom. Please contact jessie.carpiaux@racinelibrary.info to get an invitation. Alphabet Reading Adventure June 15– August 10 8 a.m.|Online Badge Read your method through the alphabet with this enjoyable adventure! Check out in any order and claim your badge upon conclusion! Time for a Rhyme Mondays, 6/15 -8/ 10 Kids join Miss Anne for a weekly poem

reading. Inspect our website, social networks, and email newsletter for new poems every Monday. Monday Doodles Mondays, June 15– August 10 New triggers will be shared every Monday through Facebook and email newsletter. Story Starters Mondays

, June 15– August 10 Let your imaginative juices circulation with weekly composing triggers! All grades are welcome to participate. Weekly, we'll publish a Story Starter– an idea from which a small story can be developed

. You can write as
much or as little as you want, whether it's a few sentences or a novella! Share your deal with us on FB in the library's Young

Writers Club group if you like! Weekly Brain Teasers Mondays, 6/15 -8/ 10 Kids and teenagers: stretch some psychological muscles with Miss Carrie's weekly riddles, puzzles, and brainteasers. Examine the library newsletter or our Facebook page, and if you believe you've got the answer, send out an email to carrie.richmond@racinelibrary.info. Then examine back in a week to see who got it right! Weekly, there'll be a brand-new challenge! Tuesday Storytime Tuesdays, June 16– August 11 10 a.m.|Racine Public Library YouTube Channel Sign Up With Miss Ali and Miss Carrie for a storytime filled with stories, songs, and enjoyable! Stories from Our Friends Tuesday, June 16– July 27 10:30 a.m.|Racine Public Library YouTube Channel Our pals from the neighborhood will share their skills, skills, and knowledge with the audience.6/ 16-The Buzz on Bees (Registration required, email carrie.richmond@racinelibrary.info, 6/23- Kindness Starts With You, 6/30-Creative Music
& Movement, 7/14-The First Step in Music, 7/21-Kindergarten Readiness( tentative), 7/28-Kindness Wednesday Family Storytime Wednesdays, June 17– August 15 10 a.m.|Racine Public Library

YouTube Channel Ms. Gail will entertain kids and households with stories
, music, and hand-made distinct props! Musical Family Storytime Thursdays, June 18-August 13 10 a.m.|Racine Public Library YouTube Channel Miss Carrie will share a few of her favorite fairy tales and folk tunes, old and unknown. Be all set to make music and sing along! First Chapter Fridays Fridays, June 19– August 14 1 p.m.|Racine Public Library YouTube Channel Let our Youth Services curators whet your cravings for some fantastic books. We'll share the very first chapters of some of our favorites, from early chapter books through Young Adult. Weekly will feature a new story, so do not lose out! Crafts for Kids Saturdays 7/4,10 a.m.|Facebook Craft along with our children's librarians! We'll produce easy projects that can be made

from everyday items you have
at home. Library Hide and Seek!June 20– August 15, brand-new images published every Saturday Baby Yoda pertained to the library and wandered away on his own! Can you help discover him? Research study the images and see if you can identify him! Google Earth Scavenger Hunt June 29-July 4 9 a.m. |

Online Take a look around the world using Google Earth and resolve a riddle based on some coordinates! Weekly Brain Teasers Mondays, 6/15 -8
/ 10 Kids and teens: stretch some mental muscles with Miss Carrie's weekly riddles, puzzles, and brainteasers. Inspect the library newsletter or our Facebook page, and if you think you've got the answer, send out an email to carrie.richmond@racinelibrary.info. Then inspect back ina week to see who
got it right! Each week, there'll be a brand-new difficulty! Story Starters Mondays, June 15– August 10 Let your creative juices circulation with weekly composing prompts! All grades are welcome to participate.

Each week, we'll publish a Story Starter
— an idea from which a little story can be developed. You can compose as much or as little as you desire, whether it's a couple of sentences or a novella! Share your deal with us on FB in the library's Young Writers Club group if you like!

First Chapter Fridays Fridays
, June 19-- August 14
1 p.m.|Racine Public Library YouTube Channel Let our Youth Services librarians whet your cravings for some amazing books. We'll share the first chapters of a few of our favorites, from early chapter books through Young Adult. Each week will feature a new story, so do not miss out! Teenager Game Nights 7 p.m.|July 17|Zoom Join us for an evening of Jackbox Games! Register online and you will be sent the zoom info the day of the event. Virtual Dungeons and Dragons 6 p.m.|July 11|Roll20.net No experience required,

delve into a world
of your own creation! We'll be playing utilizing Roll20.net, a virtual gaming platform, so we can all experience from the convenience of our own houses. If you're brand-new to Roll20, we'll help you begin! Scratch Coding Tuesdays, July 7-- July 28 2-- 3 p.m.|through Hangouts Chat Teens entering into grades 6th-- 12th can be found in and find out how to code various tasks in Scratch. Register online and Hangouts welcome will be sent before the first conference

. Minecraft Club Wednesdays, July 8
-- July 29 2 p.m.|Via Hangouts Chat Teenagers entering into grades 6-- 12 are welcomed to join us for a group construct on our Minecraft Server. We will meet weekly to talk about what we are going to build via Hangouts Chat. Register online and information will be emailed to individuals prior to the first club. Need To have Java Minecraft to use our server. Cutting

the Cord Thursday,
June 11, 2020 1 p.m.|Via
Zoom Join us to discover what it suggests to cut the cord.Register online. Digital Devices Explained Thursday, July 9, 2020 1 p.m. |

Via Zoom Are you in the market for a brand-new gadget? Come and discover what type of devices are offered and some terms that will assist you make an educated choice. Register online and zoom details will be emailed to you. Reader's Advisory: RPL librarians are here to assist you discover your next book! Fill out the form on=" undefined( opens in a brand-new tab)" rel =" noreferrer noopener "> www.racinelibrary.info Imaginative Bug: Your RPL library card now gives you access to Creative Bug! Check out 100's of crafting videos. Inspect it out!" undefined (opens in a brand-new tab)" rel=" noreferrer noopener "> https://www.creativebug.com/lib/lakeshoreslib Tech Help: The library building is closed, however our tech team is still here to address your tech questions. Required aid with your tablet, phone, or computer? Send us an email at tech.help@racinelibrary.info!.?.! Young Writers Program: Getting back into composing or checking out for the very first time? Let RPL assist! Join RPL's Young Writers Facebook Group, every Monday prompts are shared through Facebook

, Instagram and the
newsletter. No Library Card? No Problem! Register for a digital library card today! Register today at https://bit.ly/librarycardregister Gales Courses: Free online classes! Over 365 appealing classes, all you need is your library card.Classes are instructor-led and begin every 6 weeks. Go to www.racinelibrary.info to get started. Libby/Overdrive: Download our app today and delight in all of the Wisconsin Digital Library collection. With the app, you can download audiobooks and eBooks straight from your gadget, all you require is your library card. Required help getting started? Email our tech group at tech.help@racinelibrary.info!.?.! Every One On: Are you in requirement of the web? Check out everyoneon.org their

objective is to offer web to low-income housing. https://www.everyoneon.org/ Student Literacy Network: RUSD students have access to all of RPL's online resources. Students can login using their student

ID( without the S) and their present RUSD password Check out RPL's Facebook page, Instagram, and site for lots of virtual programs, storytimes, crafts, resources, info, and services. Sign up for our newsletter! Have RPL's highlighted programs, services, and important neighborhood information delivered weekly right

to your inbox. Register today! http://bit.ly/RPLnewsletter Programs are at 75 Seventh Street, Racine,

WI 53403 unless stated otherwise. An indication language interpreter is offered with one week's notification.
For details, call the library's business office at 262-636-9170.

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