Home

Check out free e-Media

Free eBooks
Overdrive
Free Audiobooks
One Click Digital
Free Magazines
Zinio for Libraries magazines
Free Comics
Free e-BooksFreeding books Free MusicFreegal Music Free Online Classes
Universal Class
New March 2016 Books: Click below for New Books

2016-03 NewTitlesAdded

Bike Safety Rodeo

April 30th May 7th from 9-10 AM

This event is rescheduled for May 7th due to rain!
Location: Library’s parking lot
Come on out for a fun morning of bike safety and test your skills on our course! Don’t forget your bike and helmet!
Conducted by the Ralston Police Department

Coloring Club for Adults

May 11 and 25
11am-1pm
Bring your lunch and we’ll provide coloring pages and utensils.

Come to a Life Reimagined Checkup!

What is Life Reimagined? It’s a new way of thinking about what’s next in your life.  Backed by decades of research, Life Reimagined introduces a powerful step-by-step approach to help you discover possibilities, prepare for change, and make your ideas real.  Learn more at LifeReimagined.org.

May 3rd at 2 – 4 pm or 5:30 – 7:30 pm

This event is free.  Pre-registration is required.
Space is limited.  RSVP by Tuesday, April 26, 2016.
Contact Emily at 402/323-5426 or ecoffey@aarp.org
You do not have to be an AARP member to attend.

 May Lunch and Learn

May 18th
Noon to 1:00 pm
FBI Public Affairs Specialist

FBI PAS Sandy Breault will be giving us an overview of the FBI in Omaha – its mission, its methods, and the work they do to protect our community.  She will also give us a brief overview of the FBI’s Community Relations Executive Seminar Training (CREST) initiative, a program that gives citizens the opportunity to learn about the day-to-day operations of the FBI.

Bring your lunch, and we’ll provide dessert.

Coloring Club for Adults

May 11 and 25
11am-1pm
Bring your lunch and we’ll provide coloring pages and utensils.

Quilt Show

Saturday, June 25, from 10am to 2pm drop off your quilt for the annual Quilt Show.
All quilts will need to be picked up on July 5
Sponsored by the Library Foundation.

Comments are closed.