When you visit the library this week, please be aware that the back parking lot may be inaccessible as the Town is working to replace storm drains. We hope they will be finished before the end of the week, but until then, please come in through the front door of the mill and down the elevator instead. We are sorry for the inconvenience!
Tuesday! Book talk and signing by Berwick author, artist, and musician Ross Alan Bachelder who will be talking about his book Happy Dawg Walks the Sad Man. Refreshments will be served, and Ross will also be playing the flute and sharing some of his art works. Please join us at the Rollinsford Library at 6:30 pm Tuesday, September 19th to meet Ross and hear his stories.
The Rollinsford Library will be closed Sunday, September 3rd and Monday, September 4th in observance of Labor Day. Have a happy and safe holiday weekend!
What is RESTORATIVE YOGA?
In restorative yoga, props are used to support the body so that you can hold poses for longer, allowing you to open your body through passive stretching. The postures are usually adapted from supine or seated yoga poses with the addition of blocks, bolsters, blankets and straps.
Here’s What to Expect from RESTORATIVE YOGA
Restorative classes are usually very relaxing and are a good compliment to more active practices. The yoga instructor will arrange props with you. The lights may be dimmed and if it is chilly, you may want to cover up with a blanket since you will not be warming up the body the way you would do in a regular class. After you are set up in a pose with all your props, you will relax completely in the pose for an extended period, often between ten and twenty minutes. Although you are supported, you will definitely still feel the stretch. It’s a relaxing style of practice that leaves you feeling open and refreshed!
Here’s What You’ll Need to Bring to RESTORATIVE YOGA
A bolster or pillows
Blanket or blankets to roll up and use as bolsters
Strap or old ties/ belts
Eye mask (optional, but nice!)
Join us for preschool-level stories, art, and free play time every THURSDAY at 4:00pm. Check out the Rollinsford Public Library Facebook page for our theme of the week!
Preschool story hour is recommended for kids aged 18 months-five years, though all people of all ages are welcome to join in. Parents and guardians are asked to participate. There will always be a craft associated with the weekly theme, free play time at the end for kids (and grown ups) to socialize, and sometimes we will sing songs and use instruments.
Story hour is always FREE and ALL are welcome!
The Rollinsford Public Library will be closed Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. We will be open as usual on Sunday, July 2nd and Wednesday, July 5th. Have a happy and safe holiday!
Rollinsford Public Library's 2017 Summer Reading Club starts June 25th!
Sign up now to read some great books; participate in some great activities; build some excellent craft projects; and earn yourself a free ice cream from Golick’s!!!
Each week will feature a different theme:
Week 1: Plant Something Green
Week 2: Care for Animals
Week 3: Build Community
Week 4: Help Others
Week 5: Use Your Imagination
The RPL Summer Reading Club breaks ground June 25th! Check out our website, Facebook page or contact the library for more information! So sign up and BUILD A BETTER WORLD this summer!
Digby is a fully licensed therapy dog who loves to be read to by pre-K to 5th grade readers like you! He’s a very patient listener and his favorite stories are the ones you read to him!
Each time you read to Digby, he will mark a special Reader Card with his paw print. Read to Digby 5 times, get 5 paw prints and you get to choose a brand-new book to take home and enjoy!
To sign up for a spot to read to Digby, you can call, email, or just stop by the library.
The Rollinsford Public Library will be closed Sunday, May 28th and Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day. We will re-open on Tuesday, May 30th at 9am.