What's the most important card you own? Here at CRRL, we think it's your library card! A library card is a key to lifelong learning, a ticket to new opportunities and experiences, and an all-access pass to everything CRRL has to offer.
From January 16–20, kindergarten students in Spotsylvania, Stafford, and Westmoreland counties and the City of Fredericksburg will receive something special from their teachers. An application for a library card! The goal is for every child to have the opportunity to explore the wonderful world of over 700,000 books, DVDs and audios; grade-saving homework help; and fun after-school enrichment opportunities available to them from the public library.
This May for the first time, Central Rappahannock Regional Library will be running a trebuchet contest. A trebuchet is a kind of medieval siege engine. Full-sized ones were used to smash down castle walls.
This contest will be a fun, family event, and you can join in by bringing your handcrafted trebuchet and testing it against your competitors!
Always be yourself.
Unless you can be Batman.
Or his adopted kid.
Join us for the ultimate techno geek and über nerd celebration of the DC Comics superhero with the best technology—the one and only LEGO Batman! Build LEGO creations, solve mysteries, play games, and create Batman-inspired crafts to help save Gotham City. Naturally, costumes are welcome. This is a STEM program for grades K-6.
Sure, you can build with LEGOS—but can you make them move??? Get your engineering mojo on as we team up with Sylvan Learning to build our own "living" creations from LEGOs or K'NEX. From robots to animals, bridges to machines, explore designs and concepts through hands-on activities at England Run Branch, January 6 from 4:30-5:15. Grades K-6.
Read About LEGOS and Robots: