Monthly Archives: July 2011

Harry Potter Fans

There is a new Harry Potter site called Pottermore that will be active in October at http://www.pottermore.com. You can sign up to notified when registration will be open. Pottermore is a free website that builds an exciting online experience around … Continue reading

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Heritage Workshop

BKR Extension will be presenting a Heritage Workshop on Wednesday, August 3 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. at the Rock County Public Library. This workshop is open to all youth enrolled in the library summer reading program. Parents are asked to please … Continue reading

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Scrapbooking

Margo Larsen, BKR Extension summer intern, presented a scrapbooking class at the Rock County Public Library for summer readers on Thursday, July 14 with 17 students attending. Students brought pictures from home to make a scrapbook page or a booklet. … Continue reading

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GOOD NEWS

The online catalog is finally functioning correctly now. Please check it out to determine if there is a book or other item in the collection or if an item is in or currently checked out. After pulling up a title, … Continue reading

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Library Card Catalog

Our online library card catalog is currently under the weather. We are working hard to get the problem fixed, and we will notify you when it is. Thanks for your patience!

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Comments

One advantage of our new site is that site users can comment on our blog posts. We highly encourage you to comment on blog posts that you find interesting. You don’t have to set up an account to comment. The … Continue reading

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New Books for May and June

These are the new books acquired in May and June. A Turn in the Road by Debbie Macomber; The Devil’s Light by Richard Patterson; Quicksilver by Amanda Quick; Night Road by Hannah Kristin; Miles to Go by Richard Evans; Buried … Continue reading

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