Check out these coming events at the Ronan Library:

• Ronan Library District to Participate in Virtual Library Comic Convention: Registrants will participate in FREE virtual events held on July 30th. To register visit  In addition, comic and graphic novel publishers are providing free online access to a collection of more than 4,000 titles through August 31, 2020—no registration required. Visit to start your reading adventure.

• 2020 Friends of the Ronan Library Short Story & Poetry Contests: Open to students 3rd—12th grade participating in the Summer Reading Program. Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners. For complete rules, visit 

• Summer Reading Program is Underway!  It’s not too late to participate in this summer’s READING PROGRAM. Register online at Participation earns tickets for grand prize drawings at the end of the summer. Registered children and tweens may pick up a Creativity Kit that includes basic art supplies, craft instructions, and ideas for summer activities. For more information visit 

• Family Summer Story Times in the Park: are Thursdays at 11 AM (facemasks/social distancing required).

• Current Hours of Service:  Tuesday thru Friday, 10 AM—2 PM (visit for any changes). Everyone is REQUIRED to wear masks and social distance while in the library. Patrons are limited to 15 minutes in the library.

• Website and Online Access: We regularly update our website with news and information you can use in these changing times. Visit for new and relevant information you can use today. You can also call us at 676-3682 or connect with us on Facebook @RonanLibraryDistrict

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