Rainbow City Public Library (48063 bytes)

Rainbow City Public Library
3702 Rainbow Drive Rainbow City, Alabama 35906 (256)442-8477
Email: library@rbcalabama.com

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Flickr - New!

Camellia Net - click here to download eBooks or digital audiobooks
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Affordable Care Act Resources

Need to renew items?
Log into your account via the library's catalog


Wireless internet access is available.
Salem Literature
Online access is available for the following titles:
The Critical Survey of Poetry
The Critical Survey of Long Fiction
The Critical Survey of Short Fiction
Masterplots, 4th edition

Library Access
Home Access



The library will be closed Saturday, April 19

Celebrate National Library Week
April 13 - 19, 2014

bulletFINE-FREE WEEK -- Return your overdue items during National Library Week and we'll waive the fines!
bulletPay for a lost item during National Library Week and we'll waive the $3.00 processing fee.
bulletRegister to win one of several prizes.
View photos from our last Art Night Program
(April 15) on
Facebook or Flickr.

Storytime is held most Wednesdays beginning in September and concluding in mid-May.  Children ages 3-5 may attend a program at 11:00am or 1:30pm.  (The same program is held at 2 different times.)  Programs usually last about 30 minutes and feature stories, songs, fingerplays, and crafts. Our last Spring Storytime will be May 14th.  Weekly Storytime will resume in September.

Visit our Book Sale
Hardbacks -- $.25 and up (most are $3.00 or less!)
Paperbacks -- $.10 and up
Magazines -- $.05 each
Audiobooks and Videos -- priced as marked

New titles are added weekly!



Adult Knitting Group

Join instructor Beth Holt on
Tuesdays from 12:00 2:00 p.m.

Learn to knit, pick up new skills, get help with your project or find new inspiration: lace, cables, scarves, sweaters, hats, gloves, shawls & more!

Beginners to Advanced - All adult knitters are welcome!
Please bring your own knitting needles and yarn.

Beginning knitters: ask library staff for a list of instructor
recommended yarn and needles.


Return your materials in the library's convenient curbside book and media drop! The return will be emptied each morning.  Items will be checked in as if they were returned the previous day so additional late fees will not accumulate. Please place DVDs, audiobooks, videos, and music CDs in the media slot.

  If you plan to check out materials on the same day return your materials inside the library. Otherwise, you will not be able to check out additional materials if you have reached your card limits.