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Huge bins overflowing with insulation and debris fill the parking spaces.

Gone are the book drop boxes. The lights are out, and the sign hangs on broken hinges. What’s up at the Richmond Hill Library?

After many years of planning and negotiation, a major renovation and expansion is in progress.

The “new” library will help fulfill the need for not only more book space but more non-book activities, programs, and technology that a modern library provides.

The good news is Richmond Hill’s Library is still functioning though in a somewhat limited capacity. Thanks to the civic-minded spirit and goodwill of the Richmond Hill Lion’s Club library space has been provided. During the construction phase the library can be found at 55 Bass Drive off Edsel Drive.

There you will find the library staff eager to help you find new books, pick up holds from other Pines state libraries, join in for planned events, etc. Come and browse! We are eager to see you!

New Library Hours are M-W, F 9-6. TH, SAT 9-2.

 DECEMBER IN THE LIBRARY Dec. 1-12: Ugly sweater coloring contest with the winner announced on the 15th.

Dec. 1-16: Come by and get a Santa Claus questionnaire. Elves will reply to your little loved one. The reply will be available for pickup at the library Dec.

19 through Dec 22.

Dec. 13: Storytime with Santa, 10 a.m.

Dec. 1-21: Pick up an ornament to decorate and bring back to fill our Christmas tree Dec. 5: While supplies last, A Moosletoe Christmas Story craft for children.

JANUARY – Be on the lookout for our new contest adventure OWL ON THE PROWL.

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