Thank you to all who participated in our Food for Fines program. This year we collected over 250 lbs. of food for Helping Hand Food Bank to help feed hungry families in our community. We also were able to waive over $250 of library fines! Thank you for your continued generosity.
In proud partnership with Helping Hand Food Pantry, Gleaners Community Food Bank and The Library Network.
Our first 500-piece community puzzle is complete! Thank you to all who participated. Come to the library to see what’s next on the puzzle table.
Everyone is invited to take a turn. The puzzle table is located in the back of the library near the Adult Non-Fiction collection. Puzzles have been provided to the library through generous donations. We are accepting puzzle donations, but please make sure all of the pieces are in the box!
The Romulus Public Library is excited to announce the public availability of thousands of movies, television shows, music albums and audiobooks, all available for mobile and online access through a new partnership with Hoopla Digital–all you need is a valid Romulus library card!
Hoopla Digital has a simple sign-up and attractive, easy-to-use interface for instant streaming or temporary downloading to your smartphone, tablet or computer. There’s also no waiting to borrow popular movies, TV shows, albums or audiobooks. And Hoopla’s automatic return feature eliminates late fees.
Look for Hoopla Digital on our website beginning July 1, and be sure to ask us if you have any questions!
Please pardon the noise and dust as we replace the library’s roof this May. The building will remain open to the public during this project. Thank you for your patience!
Created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2002, Money Smart Week is a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances.
The library has free money management books to give away, along with free printed resources on budgeting, how to choose a credit card, how to avoid a scam, and much more. Stop in and make the decision to work on your financial goals!
The Library of Michigan has awarded the Romulus Public Library a certificate of completion for meeting the Essential Level requirements of the Quality Services Audit Checklist (QSAC).
To earn certification, the Library demonstrated its competence in seven categories of achievement including human resources; governance and administration; services; collection development; technology; facilities and equipment; and public relations/marketing.
Congratulations to the staff and library board for all of their hard work to earn this coveted certification!