Friends of the Redwood Libraries

Calling All Young Artists!

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Laura Ingalls Wilder, artwork by Eva Pearlingi

It’s that time of year again! All children ages 5 to 12 are invited to enter our 2015 Friends of the Redwood Libraries Children’s Art Calendar contest.

This is our fifth year of producing this Art Calendar.

Check our Art Calendar Page for details on this year’s theme, how kids can enter the contest and how you can become a calendar sponsor.

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Sponsor Our 2015 Art Calendar

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

The Friends of the Redwood Libraries’ Children’s Art Calendar provides an outlet for our talented young Redwood community artists, as well as raising funds for the libraries.

You can help! Become a sponsor for our 2015 Art Calendar. Check our Art Calendar page for more details or download our sponsorship form.

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Old Friends Cart

Monday, April 7th, 2014

Renew a Friendship Today!

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CD Rack Updates

Monday, March 10th, 2014

Fresh music made it to the Serendipity CD Rack last week. In addition to classical cd sets, here’s a sneek peek.

Vintage Blue Grass - Get Your Fiddle Out
Classical Violinist
Roots of Country Western
Modern Blue Grass, Classic Sound

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Thank You 2014 Art Calendar Sponsors!

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

Thank you to the generous sponsors who help make our beautiful art calendars possible. We appreciate your commitment to our libraries and our young artists.

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Where Are The Mighty Mites?

Monday, August 12th, 2013

  1> Here are the Mighty Mites! Full disclosure, the Mighty Mites are a pet project of mine. This is the home of little items of indeterminate interest and unknowable value. And that home (1) is on the second shelf from the top of the shelves on the left hand side of Serendipity at the back of the store. Need more directions?
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Community Service Award

Monday, May 13th, 2013
FrancesRapin The FRL Board has selected Frances Rapin to receive this year’s Community Service Award. A check in the amount of $2,000 will be presented to the Library in her name, to be used as she specifies. Over the years Frances has been an innovator and an advocate for the Friends and for the Library. Under her leadership we conducted our Hi-$5 Campaign, which raised $45,000 to restore hours that budget cuts had eliminated from the Library’s schedule. We opened our Serendipity Book Store in October 1999, a project that originated with Frances and one that she worked tirelessly to bring about. Anyone who was involved knows very well that it would not have happened without Frances’ direction and hard work.
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