Blake T. Newton Memorial Branch
About This Branch
The Blake T. Newton Memorial Branch was established with funding from Westmoreland County, a donation from the Newton family as well as other private donations, and a fundraising campaign spearheaded by the Friends of the Library. It is a 1,063 square foot building originally constructed for the library in 2001. Newton Branch has a collection of 19,630 items and provides regularly scheduled classes and events for all ages, 9 public-access computers, a quiet study area, and a 30-seat meeting room. The building is accessible and has two accessible parking spaces in the parking lot.
Directions & Map
- From Montross, travel on Rt. 3 East for about 3-4 miles to Rt. 202.
- Turn left on 202 and proceed to the intersection of Routes 202 and 612.
- The library is on the left in Hague, Virginia.
Computers: 9 public-access computers, including Spanish and juvenile computers.
Wireless: All branches have wireless Internet access.
Meeting Rooms: Newton has a 40-seat meeting room. Make reservations in advance by calling the branch.
Book Groups: Let's Talk about Books! meets monthly. See their selections in the Book Groups.
Collection Size: 19,630
Notary Public: On duty during most branch hours, but call ahead to be certain authorized staff is available. See more here.
Parking: 30 off-street parking spaces around building
Accessibility Features: 2 handicapped parking spaces, ramp at entrance, no interior stairs, accessible bathrooms
Transportation: Westmoreland County Public Transportation Service; curb to curb service for a $1 on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday between 8 and 4. Call 1-877-869-6046 to schedule a ride.
Architect: dBF Associates