Lamond-Riggs
Neighborhood Library

Cultural Presentation

The Role of Women in Indian Culture

Come view a traditional Indian movie and discuss the role of women in different Indian cultures.Light Indian refreshments will be served. View cultural items on display.Friday July 30, 2010 1pm

New at Lamond-Riggs

The Poet's Corner with Teen of Distinction Katrina Guinn

Evon's Suggestions

Check out what Evon is reading............              

Pam's Old School Picks

Check out some old school DVD'sMy Girl Pam Grier........Love her movies

Women's History Month Challenge

Test your knowledge of women's history. Enter a contest to identify the pictures of famous women. Prizes will be awarded to those with the most correct answers during a Women's History Month party on Thursday, March 25 at 4 p.m.

Income Tax Assistance Provided by AARP

Opening DayWednesday, February 3, 2010Days/HoursWednesdays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Thursdays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.We cannot serve you unless you bring a valid ID and proof of Social Security Number or individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN) for each individual to be claimed on your tax return.

What's on DVD?

Check Out What Our Customers Are Watching

Children's TitlesCars Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Have You Listened to a Good Book Lately?

Check Out Ms. Winborne's Picks

1st to Die by James Patterson  

Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movements

A Week in History: Video Presentation

Please join us at Lamond-Riggs during the week of January 11-16, 2010 as we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the legacy of the civil rights movement with a video presentation.  Families are welcome.The following videos will be shown:

Poets Corner at Lamond-Riggs

by Teen of Distinction Katrina Guinn

Lamond-Riggs is gearing up for a poetry/open mic for young adults ages 16-25.  Patrons will read poetry that they have written, discuss the poetry of others and share some techniques on writing style, punctuation and format.  Anyone interested can sign up at the circulation desk or in the YA section of our library.  It’s all abou

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