Red Jacket Community Library

A public library serving the residents of the Manchester-Shortsville School District in New York.

Temporarily Closed for Moving!

It’s moving month!

We are temporarily closed as we pack and move your community library to a new location

We are excited by the new possibilities for new hours, services and programs as we enter our next phase of service to the community as your public library! Thank you for your patience and support.

Due dates for all RJCL items will be extended to the beginning of September. If you wish to return an item, please do so at any nearby library in the OWWL system.

If you would like to volunteer to help pack for the move, please email us.

 

 

Use these online services during our move

Search the catalog

Find a book | Place a hold online.
This includes the entire collection of the OWWL Library System

Search Owwl2Go

Browse and download eBooks, audio books and digital magazines from OWWL and beyond!

 

Meetings & Announcements

RJCL Board of Trustees – Regular Meeting

Monday, August 15, 2022 | 7 pm
At the Library

The Board of Trustees normally meets the third Monday of each month at the library. Meetings are open to the public. Please refer to our public comment policy. The agenda and documents to be discussed in the open meeting are available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. Email the trustees to request the documents.

Learn more about the RJCL Board of Trustees.

Friends of the RJCL  – Regular Meeting

September 13, 2022 | 7:00 pm

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. Not a member yet? No problem! You can become a member at the meeting. Membership starts at just $2.50 (student) or $5 (individual).

Friends meetings are usually the Second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m.  Learn more or join the Friends!

The Community (Public) Library and the School District

The Red Jacket Community Library has been grateful and proud to share the joint-use facility in the school building, providing public library services to all residents. This symbiotic relationship provided an affordable option for creating a public library, and has served our community fairly well for more than 20 years.

We find that the new agreement offered by the school district will not allow the RJCL to sustainably meet the needs of the community we are chartered to serve. We have reached the difficult decision to move to a new location.

For background information on our decision, see the Community Library Q&A  and our Long Range Plan as well as the 2021 Annual Report to the Community. and the 2022-23 budget approved by voters in May.

Everyone Reads Free

Red Jacket Community Library no longer charges overdue fines for print materials and media checked out at the Red Jacket Community Library. Learn more.