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Anime Club

The anime club will meet on January 9th from 5:30 to 8 pm.

Gather with us to watch and discuss anime. We welcome you to bring any games to play or fan art you’ve created to share with the group.

This club is intended for teens ages 11-18.

Audience: Teens
Type: Special Event

Candle Light House Tour Thank You!

Thank you all who made the Candlelight House Tour 2022 a HUGE success! Despite the rain, we had a fantastic (although wet ;)) turnout, and the Riverton Free Library will benefit greatly from your generosity.
A special thank you to New Leaf Tea Room & Gift Shoppe for their fantastic support and generous donation.
We couldn’t have done it without our lead Committee Members, Cathy Martin, Jo Harker Horton, and Janice Papenberg. We can’t wait to see everyone at the next Candlelight House Tour in 2024 to celebrate the RFL’s 125th Birthday!

Riverton Readers Book Club: Olive Kittridge

This book discussion will be help on Thursday, December 15th, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm.

This casual book discussion is open to all. Stop by Riverton Library any time before the event to check out your copy of the book. This month’s selection is Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout.

“At times stern, at other times patient, at times perceptive, at other times in sad denial, Olive Kitteridge, a retired schoolteacher, deplores the changes in her little town of Crosby, Maine, and in the world at large, but she doesn’t always recognize the changes in those around her: a lounge musician haunted by a past romance; a former student who has lost the will to live; Olive’s own adult child, who feels tyrannized by her irrational sensitivities; and her husband, Henry, who finds his loyalty to his marriage both a blessing and a curse. Olive Kitteridge offers profound insights into the human condition–its conflicts, its tragedies and joys, and the endurance it requires.”

Audience: Adult