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CONNECTING @ YOUR LIBRARY

The Reference staff will provide one-on-one tutorials on basic computer skills and online job searching and applications. Participants must get a JMRL Library Card. For an appointment call 979.7151 ext 4

DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES

Films are shown on the 4th Thursday of the month except for December. Come view and discuss documentary films on current issues. Light refreshments will be provided. Sign up to be added to the film email list: Email Us

After being shown, check the online catalog to borrow the film. Program listings are below.

BLACK AUTHORS READING GROUP

On the third Tuesday of the month join Central Library’s newest monthly book group with a focus on African American authors. Refreshments will be provided. Sign up to be added to the book email list: Email Tiffany

BROWN BAGGERS BOOK GROUP

On the third Thursday of the month bring your lunch and discuss fiction and non-fiction books. Library staff will provide value-added content and lead the discussion. Drinks and desserts will be provided. Sign up to be added to the book email list: Email Us Program listings are below.

MAKE & TAKE CRAFTS

No registration required. Enjoy crafts but short on time? Stop by the Central Library for quick & easy projects to do at your own pace, or take them to go. Materials are provided.

  • February: Valentines
  • March: Mehndi (part of the BIG READ)
  • April: Collage Poetry
  • May: Blackout Comics

Hypertufa Planters Craft Workshop

planters.

April 29, 2015
6:30 pm

Make hypertufa planters that will look great in your garden. All supplies are provided. Dress to get messy. Ages 14 and up.
Class size is limited.
Registration begins April 15. Call 434-979-7151 ext 4.

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poem in pocket logoPoem In Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

Stop by the library today 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.

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poetry. POETRY ON THE STEPS

April 30, 2015
7:00 pm

Celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day with an open mic poetry reading. Meet us under the spreading oaks on the Central Library steps to read a few of your favorite poems, or just come to listen. Original poems and old favorites are welcome. Refreshments will be served.
No registration required.
Sign-up to read begins at 7 pm and will be ongoing throughout the evening.
Rain site: Children’s Room.

Book Buffet - Free Comic Book Day Edition

May 02, 2015
9:00 am

Try it - you might like it. Ravenous readers, take a seat at designated Book Tasting tables, where you will discover delicious new books you may enjoy. In honor of Free Comic Book Day, the menu will feature graphic novels and other illustrated books. Check out your favorites, and then stop by the Children’s Department or the Reference Department for your free comic book…while supplies last. No reservations required, just an appetite for good books. All ages.

Window Stars Craft Workshop

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May 06, 2015
6:30 pm

Learn how to fold colorful paper stars to display in the window. All supplies are provided. Ages 14 and up. Class size is limited. Registration begins April 22nd. Call 434-979-7151 ext 4.

CREATIVE WRITING CRITIQUE

May 13, 2015
6:00 pm

Improve your writing by getting feedback from your peers. Participants will bring copies of work previously written to share with peers, and will help constructively critique others work as well. No registration necessary. For more inquiries, contact ht@jmrl.org or call 979.7151 x4.

Black Authors Reading Group

book coverBOY, SNOW, BIRD by Helen Oyeyemi

May 19, 2015
7:00 pm

A modern reimagining of the Snow White fairy tale follows the experiences of a woman who marries a Massachusetts single father and succumbs to vanity when the birth of her baby reveals her husband to be a light-skinned African American.
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CREATIVE WRITING GROUP

May 20, 2015
6:00 pm

Come explore a world of creative writing with activities and prompts to get your creativity flowing. Feel free to share your work in this non-judgmental environment. Registration requested: please e-mail ht@jmrl.org or call 979.7151 x4.

Brown Baggers Book Group

book coverTHE READER by Bernard Schlink

May 21, 2015
12:00 pm

At the age of fifteen, Michael Berg falls in love with a woman who disappears, and while observing a trial as a law student years later, he is shocked to discover the same woman as the defendant in a horrible crime.
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Documentary Film Series

MovieMAIDENTRIP (2013) directed by Jillian Schlesinger

May 28, 2015
7:00 pm

14-year-old Laura Dekker sets out on a two-year voyage in pursuit of her dream to become the youngest person ever to sail around the world alone. more info



Brown Baggers Book Group

book coverWE WERE LIARS by E. Lockhart

June 18, 2015
12:00 pm

Spending the summers on her family's private island off the coast of Massachusetts with her cousins and a special boy named Gat, teenaged Cadence struggles to remember what happened during her fifteenth summer. Check the Catalog arrow


Future Readings:

Crozet Library 434.823.4050 | Email Us

CROZET SOIREE

A social gathering in the evening for informal conversation with guest speakers representing the arts, culture, businesses and interests in the Crozet community. Program listings are below. For adults ages 16+.

MONDAY EVENING BOOK GROUP

Meets monthly (Sept - July) on the 1st Monday of each month 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Please drop in and join us! Readers with gmail accounts can join the mailing list.

Program listings are below.

STITCHES HANDCRAFT GROUP

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April 28, 2015
4:30 pm

Last Tuesday of the month:
December 30, January 27, February 24, March 31, April 28, May 26

Come one, come all. Bring any handwork project you’re working on or are interested in learning, and join this group for an hour of handcrafting and sharing.

Ages 8 and up. No registration required. Drop-ins are always welcome.

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poem in pocket logo.Poem In Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

Stop by the library today 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.

Free Comic Book Day

May 02, 2015
9:00 am

The Library is joining Atlas Comics to celebrate Free Comic Book Day. Stop in to get your free comic book...while supplies last.

MONDAY EVENING BOOK GROUP

book cover DESTINY OF THE REPUBLIC by Candice Millard

May 04, 2015
7:00 pm

A dramatic narrative account of the 20th President's political career offers insight into his distinguished background as an impoverished wunderkind scholar and Civil War hero, his battles against the corrupt establishment and Alexander Graham Bell's failed attempt to save him from an assassin's bullet. Check the Catalog arrow

SAVVY PARENTS – Trending Topics for Parents of Teens

group of teens.SEX AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

May 18, 2015
7:00 pm

We will discuss what dating teens need to know, and how parents can talk about this serious subject. We will also talk about healthy versus unhealthy communication in romantic relationships, and how to help teens recognize each type.

MONDAY EVENING BOOK GROUP

book cover THE GOOD LORD BIRD by James McBride

June 01, 2015
7:00 pm

Captures the delicate balance of class and gender in contemporary India as witnessed through the lives of two women--Sera Dubash, an upper middle-class housewife, and Bhima, an illiterate domestic hardened by a life of loss and despair. Check the Catalog arrow


Future Readings:

Gordon Avenue Library 434.296.5544 | Email Us

LITERARY MASTERPIECE BOOK GROUP

Meets at 10 am on the first and third Fridays of each month to discuss literary classics. The group meets from September to May. For further information, contact Eileen Stephens: emstephens@comcast.net Program listings are below.

WEDNESDAY EVENING BOOK GROUP

This group meets at 7:30 pm, the second Wednesday of each month to share insights on a variety of classic and contemporary fiction. Program listings are below.

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poem in pocket logo.Poem In Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

Stop by the library today 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.

Literary Masterpiece Book Group

book coverTALE OF GENJI by Murasaki Shikibu

May 01, 2015
10:00 am

The classical novel of court life in tenth and eleventh-century Japan centers on the life and loves of a nobleman known as the shining Genji, son of an emperor, and those of Kaoru, grandson of Genji's best friend.
May 1st meeting place TBA.
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Free Comic Book Day

May 02, 2015
10:00 am

The Library is joining Atlas Comics to celebrate Free Comic Book Day. Stop in to get your free comic book...while supplies last.

Reading Poetry

LIVE POETS SOCIETY

May 06, 2015
7:00 pm

The Live Poets Society meets the first Wed of every month (except April & November) at 7pm. Come and share original poetry, or just listen. For more information, contact Tony Russell at 293.7838 or go to the society blog.

For DIY People

handcraftHANDCRAFT GROUP

May 07, 2015
3:00 pm

If you're crafty, this is the group for you. Chat, snack, and meet your neighbors, as we knit, stitch, bead, and sew. Bring any project you're working on, or come just to be inspired. All ages and levels of experience welcome. Call or visit the library for details, or to be added to the handcraft email list.
Meets monthly on Thursdays.

Wednesday Evening Book Group

book coverTHE KEEP by Jennifer Egan

May 13, 2015
7:30 pm

Two decades after taking part in a childhood prank whose devastating repercussions changed their lives forever, two cousins are reunited to work on the renovation of a medieval castle in Eastern Europe, a remote, eerie site profoundly influenced by its bloody past, where the two are cut off from the outside world and doomed to reenact the horrific event from their past.
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Hypertufa Planters Craft Workshop

planters.

May 20, 2015
6:30 pm

Make hypertufa planters that will look great in your garden. All supplies are provided. Dress to get messy. Ages 14 and up.
Class size is limited.
Registration begins April 29. Call 434-296-5544.

PAGE TO SCREEN MOVIE NIGHT

pagescreen

May 27, 2015
7:00 pm

Screening of a popular film adaptation of a book on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Light refreshments are served.

Wednesday Evening Book Group

book coverTHE SECRET SCRIPTURE by Sebastian Barry

June 10, 2015
7:30 pm

Recording the events of her life from a mental hospital as her hundredth birthday approaches, Roseanne McNulty considers returning to society when she learns that the hospital is about to close, but her situation is complicated by the possibility that Roseanne remembers her life quite differently from what is documented in her patient records.Check the Catalog arrow

Wednesday Evening Book Group

book coverTHE BEEKEEPER'S APPRENTICE by Laurie King

July 08, 2015
7:30 pm

In 1915, Sherlock Holmes is retired and quietly engaged in the study of honeybees in Sussex when a young woman literally stumbles onto him on the Sussex Downs. Fifteen years old, gawky, egotistical, and recently orphaned, the young Mary Russell displays an intellect to impress even Sherlock Holmes. Under his reluctant tutelage, this very modern, twentieth-century woman proves a deft protégée and a fitting partner for the Victorian detective.
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Wednesday Evening Book Group

book coverTHE MEMORY OF RUNNING by Ron McLarty

August 12, 2015
7:30 pm

Working as a quality control inspector at a toy factory in Rhode Island, friendless alcoholic Smithy Ide considers himself a loser until a tragic event prompts him to set off on an epic cross-country bicycle journey that promises him a final chance to become the man he has always wanted to be.
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Greene County Library 434.985.5227 | Email Us

THURSDAY NIGHT BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP

Meets at 7pm on the first Thursday of each month to discuss interesting books chosen by members. Program listings are below.

FRIDAY FILM SERIES

This series, which is on the 2nd Friday of the month, is a mix of independent, documentary, and major studio films. See a great film with your neighbors, on the big screen in surround sound. Coffee and desserts served. Folks meet afterwards at “Vinny’s Pizza” in Ruckersville for film discussion. This FREE series is funded by the Friends of the Greene County Library and the Friends of Jefferson-Madison Regional Library. Program listings are below.

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poem in pocket logo.Poem In Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

Stop by the library today 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.

Free Comic Book Day

May 02, 2015
12:00 pm

The Library is joining Atlas Comics to celebrate Free Comic Book Day. Stop in to get your free comic book...while supplies last.

Thursday Night Book Discussion Group

book coverTHE GOLEM AND THE JINNI by Helene Wecker

May 07, 2015
7:00 pm

Combines elements of Jewish and Arab folk mythology in the story of two supernatural creatures, Chava, a golem brought to life by a disgraced rabbi, and Ahmad, a jinni made of fire, who form an unlikely friendship on the streets of turn-of-the-century New York. Check the Catalog arrow

Friday Film Series

MovieTHE LUNCHBOX directed by Ritesh Batra 2013 (India).

May 08, 2015
7:00 pm

A mistaken delivery in Mumbai's famously efficient lunchbox delivery system connects a young housewife to an older man in the dusk of his life as they build a fantasy world together through notes in the lunchbox. more info


FRIENDS OF THE GREENE COUNTY LIBRARY

May 13, 2015
7:00 pm

Learn how to support your local public library by attending a meeting of the “Friends”. All interested folks are welcome; it’s not just for Board members.

Thursday Night Book Discussion Group

book coverCROW LAKE by Mary Lawson

June 04, 2015
7:00 pm

In the rural farm country of northern Ontario, the lives of members of two families--the farming Pye family and the Morrisons, zoologist Kate Morrison and her three brothers--are brought together and torn apart by misunderstanding, resentment, family love, and tragedy. Check the Catalog arrow

LOUISA COUNTY LIBRARY 540.894.5853 | Email Us

COMPUTER TUTORIALS

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Would you like help with creating a resume; setting up an email account; searching online databases; installing software on a laptop; making a copy of files or pictures? Meet with a library staff member for up to an hour of one-on-one help using either a public computer at the library or your own laptop. Advance registration is required. Call 540-894-5853 or visit the circulation desk at the library to sign up.

TUESDAY EVENING BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP

Meets monthly (except for December) on the 4th Tuesday of each month from 7-8:30pm. The group will discuss a wide range of titles chosen by members and enjoy refreshments. Program listings are below.

NOON DAY BOOK GROUP

Meets monthly on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 12-1pm. Refreshments will be provided. Program listings are below.

Tuesday Evening Book Discussion Group

book coverTHE HUSBAND'S SECRET by Liane Moriarty

April 28, 2015
7:00 pm

Discovering a tattered letter that says she is to open it only in the event of her husband's death, Cecelia is unable to resist reading the letter and discovers a secret that shatters her life and the lives of two other women.
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Are You a DIY Person?

handcraftB.Y.O.C. - BRING YOUR OWN CRAFT

April 29, 2015
2:00 pm

Do you knit, bead, make rugs, hand stitch or do any kind of handcraft? Come to share ideas, show off your work and get another crafter's eye and perception. Chat and meet your neighbors while you work on your craft. Bring any project you're working on, or come just to be inspired. All ages and levels of experience welcome. Call or visit the library for details.
Meets every Wednesday

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poem in pocket logo.Poem In Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

Stop by the library today 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.

Free Comic Book Day Extravaganza

May 02, 2015
10:00 am

Celebrate free comic book day at the library. There will be workshops, costume contests, crafts, food and more. Register between April 13-24th to receive your free Swag Bag and Tickets that can be redeemed for pizza and drinks.
All ages welcome.

Homeschool Idea Swap

May 17, 2015
2:00 pm

It’s an open forum. Come swap ideas, curriculums, books, and anything that has helped you homeschool your children. This is an opportunity to talk about what has worked or has not worked for you and get to know other families who homeschool.

Noon Day Book Group

book coverMRS. LINCOLN'S DRESSMAKER by Jennifer Chiaverini

May 20, 2015
12:00 pm

Chosen as the personal modiste for Mary Todd Lincoln, freedwoman Elizabeth Keckley is drawn into the intimate life of the Lincoln family as she supports Mary in the loss of her husband from the assassination that stunned the nation and the world. Check the Catalog arrow

Tuesday Evening Book Discussion Group

book coverTHE BOOK THIEF by Markus Zusak

May 26, 2015
7:00 pm

Trying to make sense of the horrors of World War II, Death relates the story of Liesel--a young German girl whose book-stealing and story-telling talents help sustain her family and the Jewish man they are hiding, as well as their neighbors.
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Noon Day Book Group

book cover1ST TO DIE by James Patterson

June 17, 2015
12:00 pm

Four women--a police detective, an assistant D.A., a reporter, and a medical examiner who call themselves the Women's Murder Club--develop lifelong bonds as they pursue a killer whose twisted imagination has stunned an entire city. Check the Catalog arrow

Future Readings:

Nelson Memorial Library 434.263.5904 | Email Us

BROWN BAG BOOK CLUB

Fourth Monday of each month (with some exceptions) from 12:00 to 2 pm. Like to Read? Like to Talk? Join us at our Book Club which has been ongoing since 2005. Call the library at 263-5904 for more information. Program listings are below.

CREATIVE CRAFT PICK UP CORNER

Each month we will have a weekly creative craft corner activity that is available for all ages.

  • February 17-21: Origami
  • March 16-21: Mandalas for India (part of The Big Read)
  • April 20-25: Altered book craft
  • May 11-16: Paper flowers

BROWN BAG BOOK CLUB

book coverTHE MOCKINGBIRD NEXT DOOR by Marjorie Mills

April 27, 2015
12:00 pm

A journalist who befriended the notoriously quiet and private author of "To Kill a Mockingbird" describes her personal friendship with Harper Lee and her sister and how she eventually moved in next door to the two women and become part of their life in Alabama. Check the Catalog arrow

SAMPLINGS

April 30, 2015

You are invited each month to a Samplings’ buffet of books. Come enjoy the smorgasbord of delightful new and older books on the last Thursday of each month.

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poem in pocket logo.Poem In Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

Stop by the library today 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.

Free Comic Book Day

May 02, 2015

May 2 has been declared Comic Book Day. Who is your favorite comic book character? Maybe your favorite comic book character will show up? We will have free comic books while supplies last.

BROWN BAG BOOK CLUB

book coverLILA Marilynne Robinson

May 18, 2015
12:00 pm

Abandoning her homeless existence to become a minister's wife, Lila reflects on her hardscrabble life on the run with a canny young drifter and her efforts to reconcile her painful past with her husband's gentle Christian worldview.
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Northside Library 434.973.7893 | Email Us

@ YOUR LIBRARY

A program consisting of a variety of craft and informational programs. Funded by the Friends of the Library. Program listings are below.

CONNECTING @ YOUR LIBRARY

Every Monday and Wednesday from 1-3 pm. One-on-one tutorials offered twice a week to answer your specific questions about computer use or to learn how to get free audiobooks, eBooks, and magazines for your electronic devices. Call the Information Desk - 434-973-7893 - to sign up for a half-hour tutorial. more info

WEDNESDAY EVENING BOOK GROUP

This group meets the third Wednesday of each month (not December), 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Program listings are below.

WORKFORCE CONNECTION

A monthly program to help you with your job search. Presented in Partnership with the Workforce Center. Call the Information Desk (434-973-7893) to register.

Make & Take Crafts

Enjoy crafts but short on time? Stop by information desk for quick and easy projects to do at your own pace, or take them to go. Materials are provided.

  • March: Mehndi
  • April: Blackout poetry
  • May: Magnets

JMRL Board Meeting

April 27, 2015
1:00 pm

The Board of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library usually meets the 4th Monday of every month. Some months this will change. The location is the Northside Library at 705 W. Rio Rd, but the agenda (PDF) will show if the meeting is at a different location.

GROWN-UP GAME NIGHT

April 28, 2015
6:30 pm

Connect with other adults during an evening of board games and refreshments. Games will include classic standards and modern favorites. Sessions in March and May will feature tutorials for a different game each month.

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poem in pocket logo.Poem In Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

Stop by the library today 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.

Tech Tutors

technologyHANDS ON TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

May 05, 2015
1:00 pm

Trevor Williams from Cville Tech Tutors leads a technology program for iPhone and iPad users on the first Tuesday of each month.

  • April 7: Organizing Your Digital Life
  • May 5: Discovering New Apps
Class size is limited. Register at the Information Desk or call the Library (434.973.7893).

@ YOUR LIBRARY

May 06, 2015
6:30 pm

A program series consisting of a variety of craft and informational programs. Listings below:

  • Wine Glass Painting: Wednesday, February 4. A reprise of our popular fall program, except this time you’ll be painting red wine glasses. Registration begins January 14. Class size is limited.
  • Climbing Your Family Tree: Wednesday, March 25. (part of the BIG READ) Susan Emert, Central Virginia Genealogical Association, will teach you how to use Ancestry.com, a database that can be used in the library, to help you in your genealogical research.
  • Pressed Flowers: Wednesday, April 1. Program Cancelled
  • Hypertufa Planters: Wednesday, May 6. Make hypertufa planters that will look great in your garden. All supplies are provided. Dress to get messy. Registration begins April 15. Class size is limited. Ages 14 and up.
Call 434.973.7893 for more information.

partnership with the International Rescue Committee

Citizenship Information Session

May 13, 2015
6:30 pm

Presented by The International Rescue Committee. Learn about U.S. citizenship and the steps to becoming a citizen. Call the library (434-973-7893) to register.

WEB WORKSHOPS @ YOUR LIBRARY

May 14, 2015
2:00 pm

Join us for a monthly meeting in the computer classroom to learn the basics of a variety of web-related tools and programs.

  • April 9: Email Basics
  • May 14: Getting Started with Social Media

BOOKS SANDWICHED IN

book coverTHE DESTINY OF THE REPUBLIC by Candice Millard

May 15, 2015
12:00 pm

Speaker: Rick Potter, Associate Professor of History, Mary Baldwin College.

A dramatic narrative account of the 20th President's political career offers insight into his distinguished background as an impoverished wunderkind scholar and Civil War hero, his battles against the corrupt establishment and Alexander Graham Bell's failed attempt to save him from an assassin's bullet. Check the Catalog arrow

CREATIVE WRITING GROUP

May 19, 2015
6:30 pm

Come explore a world of creative writing with activities and prompts to get your creativity flowing. Feel free to share your work in this non-judgmental environment. Call the Information Desk (434-973-7893) or email acox@jmrl.org to register.

Wednesday Evening Book Group

book coverMAYFLOWER: A STORY OF COURAGE... by Nathaniel Philbrick

May 20, 2015
7:00 pm

A fresh and vivid account of our most sacred national myth: the voyage of the Mayflower and the settlement of Plymouth Colony. From the Mayflower's arduous Atlantic crossing to the eruption of King Philip's War between colonists and natives decades later, Philbrick reveals in this electrifying history of the Pilgrims a fifty-five-year epic, at once tragic and heroic, that still resonates with us today. Check the Catalog arrow

In Partnership with the Workforce Center

handcraftWorkforce Connection

May 27, 2015
2:00 pm

Guerilla Tactics: Take charge of your job search and do everything you can to land that job you're looking for.
Call the Information Desk to register - 434-973-7893.

Wednesday Evening Book Group

book coverDEFENDING JACOB by William Landay

June 17, 2015
7:00 pm

His happy life and long-time respectability as a suburban Massachusetts assistant district attorney shattered when his 14-year-old son is charged with the murder of a fellow student, Andy Barber faces a wrenching decision about family loyalty when the facts increasingly suggest that the boy is guilty. Check the Catalog arrow

Wednesday Evening Book Group

book coverA SUMMONS TO MEMPHIS by Peter Taylor

July 15, 2015
7:00 pm

Philip has a new life in New York but is returned to the petty meddling of his family when his two spinster sisters call upon him to help them ruin their eighty-one-year-old father's wedding plans Check the Catalog arrow

Wednesday Evening Book Group

book coverBEING MORTAL: MEDICINE AND WHAT MATTERS IN THE END by Atul Gawande

August 19, 2015
7:00 pm

A prominent surgeon argues against modern medical practices that extend life at the expense of quality of life while isolating the dying, outlining suggestions for freer, more fulfilling approaches to death that enable more dignified and comfortable choices. Check the Catalog arrow

Scottsville Library 434.286.3541 | Email Us

QUILTING AND NEEDLECRAFT GROUP

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April 27, 2015
1:00 pm

Bring your quilting or other needlework and enjoy conversations with old and new friends.

Celebrating National Poetry Month

poem in pocket logo.Poem In Your Pocket Day

April 30, 2015

Stop by the library today 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.

HANDCRAFT GROUP

handcraft

April 30, 2015
10:00 am

If you’re crafty, this is the group for you. Come swap ideas, learn new skills, or just enjoy the conversations. Bring a project in progress, or the supplies you need to get started.


Free Comic Book Day

May 02, 2015
9:00 am

The Library is joining Atlas Comics to celebrate Free Comic Book Day. Stop in to get your free comic book...while supplies last.

SCOTTSVILLE LIBRARY BOOK GROUP

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May 12, 2015
1:00 pm

Come join a friendly group of book lovers who discuss a variety of books.
The group meets to discuss recent books of interest rather than reading specific titles.