Northside - Mystery Book Group
Greene - Read and Rhyme Time
Greene - LEGO Mania
Crozet - Youth Gaming Club
Greene - Storybook Beat
Louisa - Preschool Read & Rhyme Time
Scottsville - Rockin' Readers
Central - Central Film Series
Central - SPCA Paws to Read
Central - Tech Series
Crozet - Paws to Read
Northside - Anime Club
Crozet - Monday Night Book Group
NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK : Celebrate National Library Week 2017 (April 9-15, 2017) and learn how "Libraries Transform®."
Friends of the Library Annual Spring Book Sale Thousands of good-quality books and other media at great prices! Proceeds benefit the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library. April 1 - 9 at Gordon Ave. Library. Hours are 10am-7pm each day. Members only Preview Sale on March 31, 5-7pm. $50 limit on purchases. Half-Price days: April 8 & 9. More info at 434-977-8467 or firstname.lastname@example.org. No scanners or other electronic devices permitted at Members Preview Sale (March 31) or during first three hours of sale on April 1 (10am-1pm).
NATIONAL POETRY MONTH : Tens of millions of readers, students, teachers, librarians, booksellers, publishers, bloggers, and poets will celebrate National Poetry Month, marking poetry’s important place in our culture and our lives.
POEM IN YOUR POCKET DAY : Stop by the library on April 20th and pick out a gift-wrapped poem to carry in your pocket. Unwrap it and read it to yourself, share it with someone close, or just tuck it in your pocket for a rainy day. Volunteers will also distribute poems at other locations in the community
POETRY ON THE STEPS : Celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day with an open mic poetry reading.
Meet us beneath the towering oaks on the library steps to read a few of your favorite poems, or just come to listen. Original poems and
old favorites are welcome. Winning entries of the Poetry Contest for Adults will be read aloud. Refreshments will be served.
Rain site: Children’s Room.
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