Grant Award

Rossville Community Library receives
Kansas Humanities Council Grant

TOPEKA – The Kansas Humanities Council (KHC) recently awarded the Rossville Community Library a $2,505 grant for the “Rossville Community Library and Kansas Memory Collaboration” photograph digitization project.  Adrienne Olejnik serves as the project director. 

The project will allow the library to preserve, digitize, and make publicly available our local historic photographs. The photographs will be archived and available for viewing at the Kansas Historical Society’s website, Kansas Memory.

“KHC Heritage grants encourage the preservation of local cultural resources,” said Julie Mulvihill, executive director of the Kansas Humanities Council.  “This project ensures that the Rossville Community Library’s photograph collection will be preserved and accessible for future generations.”

The Kansas Humanities Council conducts and supports community-based programs, serves as a financial resource through an active grant-making program, and encourages Kansans to participate in their communities.  For more information contact the Kansas Humanities Council at 785/357-0359 or

Principle funding for this program is provided by the Kansas Humanities Council, a nonprofit cultural organization promoting understanding of the history, traditions, and ideas that shape our lives and build community.

Home Delivery Service

The Rossville Community Library is excited to offer a new service to you! Our Home Delivery Service is the perfect way to enjoy the benefits of the library for our community members who are unable to physically visit the library.

Service Qualifications
Participants in the Home Delivery Service should reside within the delivery service area (see the map below) and have difficulty getting to the library.

Program Specifications
The Rossville Community Library will provide library books and materials to you at no charge. A library staff member or volunteer will deliver books to you every two weeks (or less often, if you prefer). If you are not currently a library cardholder, you will be added to our database and issued a library card to allow us to maintain adequate records.

Please understand that while we will do our best to match books to your tastes, we are unable to know your tastes precisely; therefore, you may receive selections that you do not like or that contain material offensive to you. Please let us know, and we will use that information to guide future selections. If you have specific titles you would like, let us know, and we’ll do our best to locate those specifically.

Click here for the:

Home Delivery Service Sign-Up Sheet

Home Delivery Service Area

New Service Added to the Library!

We will clean your DVDs, CDs, Blu-rays, and Games (CD-size) for $1 per disc at the library. Our DVD cleaning machine works great on scratched discs!

Stop by and see us to use this new service!

T-Shirt Quilting Class

Come to a FREE class at the Rossville Community Library to learn how to make a t-shirt quilt!

The instruction will be given in three sessions. You should plan to attend all three since information will not be duplicated.

Meeting Dates

Saturday, February 12th, 2:00-3:30
Saturday, February 26th, 2:00-3:30
Saturday, March 12th, 2:00-3:30

Fee: $0

A list of supplies that you will need to purchase will be given at the first class. You should have 12 or 15 t-shirts selected for the quilt and are encouraged to bring them to the first class.

Instructor: Adrienne Olejnik

Please RSVP your attendance to the library.

Class given at the library:

407 N. Main
, KS 66533

Call if you have any questions.

2010 Annual Report to the Community

Annual Report to the Community- 2010