Due to the cancellation of our previously scheduled staff training, CRRL branches will have a modified schedule on Friday, September 14, 2018:
Fredericksburg Branch will be closed due to building maintenance.
Snow, Salem Church, Howell, and Porter will be open 9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Spotsylvania Towne Centre will be open 10:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Cooper, Montross, and Newton branches in Westmoreland County will close at 1:00 p.m.
Whether your children go back to school this week or have already been at it since August, it is a time for settling into school routines. Books and stories are great ways to help children understand and become more comfortable with changes and challenges they might experience in school, can help open the door to conversations about difficult or uncomfortable topics, or can simply be a way to share a laugh.
On Saturday, September 22 at the Howell Branch from 2:00-5:00, learn about the creative process and the art of woodworking with wood carving artist, Joshua Stepney.
Mr. Stepney, who carves traditional African masks and figures as well as more contemporary sculptures, will demonstrate how he creates some of his works of art. In addition to his woodworking, Mr. Stepney works with Peace Culture Club, an organization which introduces children to art.
As summer comes to an end, many are looking forward to the return of their favorite TV shows, yet fans of the hit series Game of Thrones, who have already waited on pins and needles for over a year, will have to bide their time a little longer. Season 8 won’t begin until 2019, so what are die-hard fans to do in the meantime? Well, it’s no secret that many of the characters and events portrayed in the series are inspired by real historical counterparts . . . sans the magic and dragons, of course. Why not grab a book and discover where fantasy meets reality?
With RBDigital eMagazines, you can download full digital copies of current and back issues of more than 160 popular magazines. They never expire, and they are never overdue. Check out as many issues as you want and keep them in your account as long as you wish.
New titles have been added to the list of magazines you can check out from RBDigital. Check out some of the new offerings below! You can see all eMagazine titles in the catalog here. To start downloading eMagazines, you must set up an account with your 14-digit library card number.
Children from all around the world go to school. Whether it's on a school bus, by foot, train, car, motorcycle, or even a zip line, children face interesting journeys to reach their educational destinations. In Adventures to School: Real-Life Journeys of Students From Around the World, authors Baptiste and Miranda Paul have devised 13 fictional scenarios, based on children's journeys to school.
About Jan G.
We have always been a family of readers. My grandmother, the daughter of an illiterate Norwegian mother and a literate Norwegian father, attended college because her parents believed education was the pathway to self-sufficiency. (It is!) One of her most prized possessions was a book of Walt Whitman’s poems. I have that book today. On the torn inside cover, there is a mysterious dedication (love note?) from a professor.
While drug addiction affects people of all ages, heroin and other opioids have taken a particular toll on our community and our nation. Learn about local interventions for safety, prevention, and recovery.
Central Rappahannock Regional Library is presenting this program in partnership with the Stafford, Spotsylvania, and Fredericksburg TRIAD organization and the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board (RACSB).
Like coffee? Like books? What about coffee AND books?
Starting in September on the 3rd Wednesdays of every month at 7:30 am, join us at Katora Coffee at 615 Caroline Street in downtown Fredericksburg for a monthly book selection and, of course, coffee! Read more about Library Book Groups here.
September 19th is the welcome meeting! No book selection until October. Take a look at the future selections below.