Programs

  • Contribute ideas to the library and give back to the community with a mix of crafts, community service, and, of course snacks :).
  • Ravenswood’s T.A.B meets on the third Thursday of each month.
  • Make friends and have fun playing 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons!
  • Open to new and old players alike.
  • We meet once a month at the Ravenswood library to play Waterdeep: Dragon Heist. Please contact the Ravenswood branch to sign up.
  • Interested in running a game? Being a Dungeon Master is difficult, yetrewarding. Learn leadership skills, public speaking, and improvisation all while having a fun creative outlet! Contact the Ravenswood Library if you’re interested.
  • Monthly series teaching practical life skills you wish they taught in school.
  • Third Friday of every month, at 4 pm
  • Have something specific you want to learn about? We’d love your input! 

Resources

Be sure to check out our general resources page for more links to information on dozens of subjects!

  • Khan Academy
    • Golden standard for online education. Hundreds of free lessons covering dozens of subjects. 100% free self-paced education. With more than 100,000 interactive exercises, they’ll make sure you know your stuff – at least when it comes to the stuff you want to know.
  • Questia
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  • Digital History
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  • A Research Guide for Students
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  •  Jump$tart
    • Financial literacy resources
    •  Their goal is to work collaboratively toward an effective financial education.
  • The Mint 
    • Tool for figuring out finances. Cover severything you could want to know, from earning and saving, to investing and safeguarding. 

Opportunities

  • The Jackson County Libraries accept volunteers over 16 years of age.
  • Develop trade skills, increase your knowledge, strengthen your community, and build your resume.
  • To qualify, please print out and complete our volunteer form, or pick one up at one of our branches.