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- mid-January: All A-buzz About Library Bees
- January: Happy New Year from your Library!
- mid-December: Wishing you a Happy Holiday!
- December: Winter Reading, Financial Planning, Santa... Something for everyone.
- mid-November: November at Your Library
- November: Happy Halloween!
- mid-October: Play, Learn, Grow at your Library
- October: October at Your Library
- September: Human Library, Redwood Shores Branch turns 10, and more...
- mid-August: Check out a Human Book at the Human Library
- August: August Happenings at RCPL
- July: Fair Oaks Branch Library is Shiny and New!
- mid-June: A renovated branch, an interpretive center, Summer Learning, and more!
- June: Let the fun begin! It's summer at RCPL
- mid-May: Discover the History of our Community
- May: We won! Best Entertainment Venue for Kids!
- mid-April: What in the World is a Human Library
- April: Serving the Latino community, Climate Best Awards, and more...
- mid-March: YOU could be our next bookdrop artist!
- March: Developing a love of reading and learning
- mid-February: Happy Valentine's Day from RCPL
- February: February at your Library
- mid-January - New Year, New Programs
- January - Jump-Start Your New Year at the Library
- mid-December -Statistics Tell a Part of the Library Story, ABCMouse at home, and more
- December - Bringing the Spirit of the Holiday Season to the Redwood Shores Community
- mid-November - Branch libraries, bridging the digital divide, and more
- November - A partnership in giving, a stuffed animal sleepover and more
- mid-October - Project READ fuels the file of hope
- October - A new storytime adventure, banned books, and more
- September - School success! Back to school tools at the Library
- August - Homework help at the Library, and other August news
- July - Helping parents and students succeed - An RCPL partnership
- June - Get Set for the Summer Learning Challenge!
- May - Volunteers Make All the Difference
- April - Library Expands Community Connections With Grant-Funded Projects
- March - Library Responds to Community Input with New Service Priorities
- February - We Can Help with Those Resolutions
- January - Redwood City Now and Then Photo Project
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- KCBS Radio: The Buzz About the Redwood City Downtown Library, February 7, 2019
- The Daily Journal: Bees Abuzzing: Redwood City Library home to two hives, February 5, 2019
- The Daily Journal: Longtime Redwood City librarian retires, February 1, 2019
- Civity: Seeing Beyond the Title: Supporting Civity Conversations at the Human Library, December 9, 2018
- American Libraries Magazine: A Moveable Feast: Libraries Use Mobile Kitchens to Teach Food Literacy, September 4, 2018
- Plastics News: The Case of the 3D Library Director, July 24, 2018
- Nichi Bei: The irony of Nikkei citizenship during mass incarceration, July 19, 2018
- The Daily Journal: Library Program Aims to Unite, Break Barriers, July 10, 2018
- Mercury News: Library Takes a Novel Approach to Breaking Stereotypes, June 4, 2018
- Spectrum Magazine: This Year's Summer Learning Challenge is More Exciting Than Ever, June 2018
- Scot Scoop: The Human Library is Coming to Redwood City, May 29, 2018
- Spectrum Magazine: Discover the History of our Community at the Downtown Library, May 2018
- Spectrum Magazine: What in the World is a Human Library, April 2018
- Spectrum Magazine: Early Literacy Tips to Help Develop Young Readers, March 2018
- Climate Magazine: Library to offer social service ‘office hours’, March 2, 2018
- Spectrum Magazine: Fair Oaks Branch Library Expansion and Renovation, February 2018.
- Spectrum Magazine: Redwood City Library Foundation — 20 Years of Helping, January 2018
- Spectrum Magazine: New Year, New Programs at Redwood City Public Library, January 2018
- Daily Journal: 'I didn't have the American dream.' Holocaust survivor, author explores 'A Life Rebuilt' in Redwood City, August 11, 2018
- Daily Journal: Fair Oaks Branch Library a Community Gathering Place, December 27 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Statistics Tell a Part of the Library Story, December 2017
- Daily Journal: The Shared work of Many Hands, December 11, 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Neighborhood Branch Libraries Reflect Local Communities, November 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Project READ Fuels the Fire of Hope at Redwood City Public Library, October 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Friends of the Library Bookstore Supports Numerous Library Programs, September 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Need Homework Help? Library Offers Options to Assist Students and Their Families, August 2017
- Mercury News: Redwood City Library boosts graphic novel collection, August 2, 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: RCPL Partner Spotlight: Familias Unidas, July 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Summer Learning at the Library: Really Fun, But Also Really Important, June 2017
- Peninsula Television: Redwood City 150th Special, May 17, 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Redwood City Public Library Volunteers Make All the Difference, May 2017
- Daily Journal: Celebrating Redwood City's 150th year: Sesquicentennial shines a light on city's history, April 15, 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Library Expands Community Connections with Grant-Funded Projects, April 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: Library Responds to Community Input with New Service Priorities, March 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: February is National Library Lovers' Month, February 2017
- Redwood City Patch: City Council Recognizes Latest Welcoming Star Award Recipients. January 2017
- Spectrum Magazine: We Can Help with Those Resolutions!, January 2017
- San Jose Mercury News: New Library Function - Career Online High School. June 29, 2016
- Redwood City-Woodside Patch: Redwood City Library Offers Free Accredited High School Diplomas, June 17, 2016
- Spectrum Magazine: From Books to Gardening: LaBerge to Retire This Month, June 2015
- Peninsula Television: Redwood City Library - A 5-Star Library, April 2015
- Peninsula Television: Pen Voice 176 - Library Director Derek Wolfgram, April 6, 2015
- Good Morning America: Teenager's Mission to Improve Literacy in His Community, July 22, 2015