Lifelong Learning Classes
Training on Demand
Provides personalized instruction for lifelong learners by trained information specialists. Possibilities include but are not limited to computer skills, research assistance, genealogy, job search help, legal research, and tools for grantseekers. Available weekdays by appointment at Central Rappahannock Regional Library (CRRL) branches.
CRRL partnerships with educational institutions allow distance learners to take exams at a library near their home.
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CRRL research specialists suggest library resources and selected websites to assist with research on frequently requested topics.
The library provides links to resources to help you find information about health and wellness issues and health care providers.
Explore career options here or, if you are on the job hunt, try this page for leads on crafting a good résumé, polishing your interview skills, and, most importantly, finding a job.
Find information about the resources in the CRRL public law library and links to top government and law websites. Here are frequently requested forms, pro se divorce and bankruptcy guidelines, wills, legal research strategies, and much more.
A compendium of information for nonprofits, including resources on taxes, fundraising, and more.
Links to official websites for local and state government, colleges and universities, businesses and attractions, news, parks, transportation, and other state resources.
Find information about local taxes, state and federal forms and pay-online options, as well as links to tax calculators, how to contact the IRS, and more.
Resources to help you understand issues, contact your representatives, and exercise your civic muscle.
Book groups at all CRRL branches provide enriching opportunities for growth and enlightenment as members engage in discussions of literary works.
Book Group in a Bag
Choose from our wide selection of titles, available for an extended checkout period, for your book club. Online resources provide tools to achieve a successful discussion.
Lectures, Films, Art Exhibits and Concerts
Special events at the library offer educational and cultural experiences that enhance the quality of life for people of all ages.