Nov 27, 2007

Downtown Roseville Library

225 Taylor Street
Roseville, CA

Directions: From I-80 take the Riverside/Auburn exit. Follow the Riverside Drive signs. Go a few miles on Riverside Drive until it dead ends. Turn right onto Vernon Street. Turn right on Taylor Street. The library will be on the left side almost to the end of the street. Parking is straight ahead or to the left behind the library.

The library has story time for 2-3 year olds and 3-5 year olds. They have a separate story time room, and when its not in use they have a few toys you can have your child play with. Call the Roseville Parks and Recreation Dept or library to sign up and to verify times and hours, usually on Tuesdays or Thursdays at 10:30 and 11:15am. Library phone: (916) 774-5221. This library has a very unique and cool design. It is in a the shape of a hexagon I think. Inside has tall pillers in the center and many beams going across the ceilings. It makes for a great conversation piece. Art exhibits are showcased here every 3rd Saturday, call for more info. Outside you can take a bridge across to Royer Park and enjoy the playground equipment and have your child release some energy and have fun! See Royer Park blog for information on that park. Or walk around downtown Roseville past the trains for another fun and interesting outing.

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