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The Fun Begins June 2nd!

Family Fun with RCONA

The RCONA Mission
To improve the social, physical, and economic health in the Roseville Community by sharing information, facilitating training and education, providing resources, and encouraging communication and participation among neighborhoods, government, educational institutions, businesses, and other participants.


Join RCONA with movies in the park this summer!


View the schedule HERE!

 

 

Promote Summer Reading


66,794 books and 3 weeks to go! Everyone read!!

Our Goal is to read 100,000 books!

 


Important Things You Need to Know

  • Program runs Monday, June 2nd through July 30
  • Last day to pick up prizes is August 9th
  • Designed for readers of all ages
  • Free for all participants
  • Youth & Teen participants can earn a free book
  • Promotes reading and a love of the library
  • It’s easy! – Read books and get prizes!

Support Our Local SPCA!

This summer you can help support your local Placer Co. SPCA with a monetary or *pet food donation which will directly benefit our four-footed friends in the Placer County area.

Your generous support will:

• Care for homeless and helpless animals
• Provide medical care when needed
• Shelter and feed animals until an adoptive family can be found
• Prevent overpopulation through spay and neuter services
• And so much more

You may donate at these locations:

  • Downtown Roseville Library
  • Maidu Library
  • Riley Library

*Pet food donations accepted:  Any brand non-perishable canned or bagged pet food.  These donations will become part of the food assistance program for local households with pets.


 

Why Summer Reading Matters

According to professional research, summer reading programs that offer access to reading materials over the summer can bridge the reading achievement gap for students.

 

The Value of Summer Reading

Summer Reading Loss

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