Library Hours
Phone Number:
440-563-3340

Monday - Thursday
9:00am - 7:00pm

Friday
9:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday
9:00am - 1:00pm

Closed Sunday
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Janice Despenes

We have a library within a library! The seed library is up and running, and it’s stocked with all kinds of great seeds. If you have extra, leave some of yours, if you need some seeds, take a few of what’s there, and bring some back later.

Let’s get Rock Creek area Growing!!

Join us at Rock Creek Public library for a special after-hours program on April 26th from 7 to 8:30 pm and learn all you ever wanted to know about the best way to drink and enjoy wine.  Our guide for the night will be John Pallo, who is a 35-year veteran of the wine and spirits business, and has studied the beverages, both foreign and domestic.

During this session, patrons will learn about all things wine, including such things as how wine is made, the differences between red and white vintages, and even the proper way to taste a wine.  If you have shied away from wine in the past, follow John’s advice: “Wine is not supposed to scare people, wine is meant to be enjoyed.”

Seating is limited for this adult only program.  Only those 21 and over will be able to register. Attendees are asked to bring 2 clear wine glasses for the tasting portion of the class. For more information, or to sign up, stop in at the library or give us a call at 440-563-3340

We now have verizon mobile hotspots available for our patrons to check out. They are great when temporary internet is needed. These are available for 14 days at a time, however they cannot be renewed and a 24 hour wait between checkouts is required. These mobile hotspots are available only to patrons with a Rock Creek card in good standing.

 

For more information, stop in or give us a call here at the library.

We are fortunate to have Melissa Johnson back with us for a short while.  She’ll be with us while she’s completing her practicum for her Applied Communications Bachelor’s degree. A practicum is very similar to an internship.

Melissa normally can be found at Grand Valley public library in Orwell, where she serves as the Teen and Young Adult services librarian, however, her practicum won’t allow her to complete her hours where she works.  She will be with us at varied hours for a total of 150 hours.  Melissa can help patrons with technology issues, as well as things like resumes and Microsoft office applications.  It is advisable to set up an appointment with her because her hours are extremely varied, mostly on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Call the library for more info or to inquire about Melissa’s availability. Don’t forget, Christy, our regular staff member, can also help you with all your technology and computer related issues.

Welcome Back Melissa!!

 

100 Book Challenge Rules:

  • Challenge is open to readers 8 and up.
  • Each title can only be counted once per calendar year.
  • Magazines and comic books do not count.
  • Only titles completed before December 31st, 2018 will count.
  • All formats of books count including E books, Audio books, and graphic novels.

Instructions: 

Read 100 books between January 1 and December 31st, 2018.

Record the titles of the books your read in your log. Bring your log to the library once you have read 100 books. Log sheets must be back by January 8th, 2019.

Patrons who have read 100 books will receive a prize and an invitation to the recognition reception.

Stop in the library to sign up and pick up your log.

Call with any questions: 563-3340

Check Out What’s New At Your Library!

Rock Creek Library is now offering

“The Great Courses”

These are books with videos to check out featuring courses taught by the world’s greatest professors.

No homework, no tests, no pressure — just a  wonderful way of learning.

A few titles are:

Cake Decorating

The Remarkable Science of Ancient Astronomy

Experiencing Hubble: Understanding the Greatest Images of the Universe

Why Evil Exists

The Science of Natural Healing

Meteorology: An Introduction to the Wonders of the Weather

Mastering Tai Chi

How to Program: Computer Science Concepts

How to Grow Anything: Food Gardening for Everyone

The Science of Integrative Medicine

Forensic History: Crimes, Frauds and Scandels

Terror of History : Mystics, Heretics and Witches

Natural Healing

Learn How to Cook from a Top Chef at The Culinary Institute of America

Old and New Testaments

And so many more!!!