Louisa - Game Night
Nelson - FAMILY MOVIE MATINEE
Gordon - Drop-In Stories & More
Louisa - Fall Family Movies
Central - STAR WARS READS DAY
Gordon - 2's and 3's Together
Gordon - HEALTH HAPPENINGS
Scottsville - Toddler Time
Central - Romp & Stomp Wednesdays
Crozet - Wee Ones
Greene - Read & Rhyme Time
Nelson - Stories Out Loud
Scottsville - Reading Rocks
Northside - Awesome Afternoons
Gordon - Movie Madness
Central - Make It @ the Library
Crozet - READ ALOUD CIRCLE
Central - Mother Goose Time
Crozet - Tales for Twos
Scottsville - HANDCRAFT GROUP
Northside - Preschool Pals Thursdays
Central - Tales for Twos
Crozet - Alphabet Soup
Greene - Storybook Beat
Louisa - Preschool Read & Rhyme Time
Gordon - Monkey Business
Central - Brown Baggers Book Group
Northside - Babies and Books
Northside - COMPUTER WORKSHOPS
Central Library - Sunday, October 25, 3:00 pm
In 1950, attorney Gregory Swanson filed a ground-breaking lawsuit to enter the University of Virginia. With six NAACP lawyers led by Thurgood Marshall and Oliver Hill, he won one of the most highly-publicized legal victories in early Civil Rights history. The courtroom where the proceedings took place is now the McIntire Room at Central Library.
Sponsored by: The Swanson Legacy Committee, Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Albemarle-Charlottesville NAACP, City of Charlottesville Office of Human Rights, The Links Incorporated, with the support of the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia School of Law.
Need to learn more about using computers? Call or visit your favorite branch and ask about tutorials and other sessions on all things related to computers.
Check the catalog for ghost stories galore.
The Big Read is coming in March 2016. Want to get a head start? Plan to read The Heart is A Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers.
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JMRL has put together a collection of resources to help teens with homework and research projects.
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