This Week at JMRL:

Sunday, December 21

Monday, December 22

9:00 am
Gordon - Paddington Day

10:30 am
Gordon - Reading Rumpus

1:00 pm
Central - JMRL Board Meeting

1:00 pm
Scottsville - QUILTING AND NEEDLECRAFT GROUP

2:00 pm
Central - Life-Size Candyland Game

Tuesday, December 23

Wednesday, December 24

2:00 pm
Louisa - Are You a DIY Person?

Thursday, December 25

Friday, December 26

2:00 pm
Northside - Books On The Big Screen

Saturday, December 27

10:30 am
Northside - Saturday Stories: A Family Storytime

11:00 am
Gordon - Drop-In Storytime

2:00 pm
Northside - OVERDRIVE TUTORIALS

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December is ...

  • ... Read a New Book Month

    reading

  • The Humble Beginnings of Santa Claus

    Santa Claus

  • Great Tastes for The Holidays

    cooking

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gifts.

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Winter Solstice: Dec 21st

Winter solstice is the beginning of winter. It's also the shortest day of the year. Because of the earth's tilt, the Northern Hemisphere is as far away from the sun as it can be. The winter solstice falls on December 21st.

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