TOP CHEF NWA Postponed
With the current Covid-19 conditions and coupled with community feedback. The Rogers Public Library Foundation Board of Directors made the difficult decision to postpone the TOP CHEF NWA event to 2021.
The health and well-being of our community is of upmost importance and so ultimately the postponement was the best decision.
We are anticipating the 2021 TOP CHEF NWA event to be amazing and the top culinary experience in Northwest Arkansas.
For more information regarding the Rogers Public Library Foundation and how you can support the Rogers Public Library, please visit www.rpl.foundation or on Facebook.
As a “community hub” the public library serves as a place to not only check out library books at no charge (which is important because it insures that literacy is a part of every family regardless of income or status) but, also as a place to access internet technology and engage in community learning opportunities which enrichen individuals, families, and our city as a whole. Rogers Public Library, with its 115 year history, is a rich resource for our community.
The mission of the Rogers Public Library Foundation is “…to raise funds…to enhance the Rogers Public Library’s ability to provide enriching programs and services”. Every day, we see and hear stories from community members who have utilized our library to create success for themselves and their families.
A few examples are:
- Patrons who have used our computer lab to find employment,
- Young families who have participated in our programming to ensure their children are school-ready and are successful in school, and
- Senior citizens who regularly patronize our curated resources such as audio books and large-print books.
Thanks to our wonderful and generous donors, for without their support, we could not accomplish so much.