Racine & Me: Library senior programs and home delivery

Racine & Me: Library senior programs and home delivery

RACINE, WI (CBS 58) - Julia Heiser from the Racine Public Library joined us in studio to discuss weekly senior programs and other services available. 

The Library is hosting an array of Black Friday deals this year! Make sure to follow them on social media to find out more information and watch out for their $5 bag of book deals too!

The library has also started to host senior programs on a weekly basis. It's a chance for seniors to play games together and connect with one another. 

They also have a home delivery service you can take advantage of! The Racine Public Library’s home delivery service makes sure everyone in our community can get books and other items from the library, even if they’re not able to stop in to visit. To get started, just fill out a quick application so we can assess your needs. After that, you just share what titles and items you want with our home delivery team — in as much or as little detail as you want — and we’ll coordinate drop-offs and pick-ups with you.

You can apply here: Home Delivery | Racine Public Library (racinelibrary.info)

You can also give the gift of Literacy this Giving Tuesday. 

Donating is easy. You have many options:

  • One-time gift
  • Monthly gift
  • Tribute/Gift in memory of someone special, or
  • An endowment of a special fund to say “thank you” to your library
  • Amazon Smile: The Amazon Smile program is a simple and automatic way to support the library at no cost to you. And it’s so easy. Instead of signing in to Amazon.com, sign in to smile.amazon.com. Then go to the charity selection tab and click on Racine Public Library Foundation. You only have to do this once. Then, whenever you sign in, your Amazon account (for billing, shipping, etc.) will pop up as always, but now a portion of your purchases will be donated to the Racine Public Library.
  • Click here for more: Home Delivery | Racine Public Library (racinelibrary.info)
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