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Liz Barbour's Creative Feast!
 
Join us on Zoom on
 Wed. June 3 at 6:30 PM.  Please register here in advance.
 
Whether you are a seasoned cook or complete novice, creating a meal from what you've got on hand is always a challenge. We've all stocked our pantries as best we could, and are now trying to figure out how to pull it all together to make an easy, healthy, and delicious meal. Join Liz for this fun and tasty class. Liz will share her pantry basics and inspire you to be creative with what you've got. Following her discussion, Liz will demonstrate 2 pantry recipes anyone can cook at home.


Remember RPL is a local collection point for Box Tops For Education support

581 Washington Road, Rye N.H. 03870  603-964-8401 contact@ryepubliclibrary.org
June 2, 2020
Supplement  


Occasionally, we send a reminder or special notice through the Ripple Effect Splash Supplement.  Here's the skinny:
                                                              
                                                               Andy Richmond
                                                               Director, Rye Public Library
Rye Public Library Returns Service Continues 
 
 
This week we kicked off the first stage of our modified re-opening plans.   Starting Monday, June 1st we began welcoming the return of the books and other materials you borrowed earlier in the year.  Thanks for your response!  Everything has been going great, and we appreciate your attention to our staging request: 
 
  • If your last name falls in the A-J range, feel free to drop returns in  RPL's outside drop box on Tuesday June 2nd during the hours of 11am-1pm  or 4pm -6pm.
     
  • If your last name falls in the A-O range, feel free to drop returns in  RPL's outside drop box on Wednesday June 3rd during the hours of 11am-1pm  or 4pm -6pm.
     
  • If your last name falls in the A-T range, feel free to drop returns in  RPL's outside drop box on Thursday June 4th during the hours of 11am-1pm  or 4pm -6pm.
     
  • Then all  names can feel free to drop returns in  RPL's outside drop box on Friday June 5th during the hours of 11am-1pm  or 4pm -6pm, and Saturday June 6th during the hours of 11-2.
Remember, there are NO FEES assessed on these materials. If you have any questions, we continue to cover our phones and e-mail during all normal open hours as returns begin.   
 
I also wanted to remind you that dropping off your return is just the beginning.  Leading up to once again loaning physical materials, everything we get back needs to be quarantined for a minimum of 72 hours.  So don't be concerned if items stay on your library account for the rest of this week before we physically check them in. 
 
 
As with any venture outside your home if you have been experiencing fever or any respiratory symptoms, please avoid going into the public.  Just hang on to your materials for another couple of weeks and bring them by when you feel better.    

 
With Best Wishes,
Andy Richmond
Director, Rye Public Library