Recently several library patrons have spoken out about what the library means to them.
See the following Letters to the Editor of the Free Lance-Star by Bill Hayes (http://bit.ly/5wCmed), Nancy Lamb (http://bit.ly/6glzUC), and Samuel C. Smart (http://bit.ly/91aIjk).
The CRRL is proud to serve our diverse and growing community, and honored to be recognized by our patrons.
Saturday morning stories for families.
February 6 & 20, 10:30 - 10:50
Stories and fun for families.
View photographs by John Bice through November in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery.
Take refuge from the holiday shopping madness with a screening of Mon Oncle, part of the Rappahannock Film Club's "Films @ the Library" series.
Saturday, November 28, 2-4pm - Headquarters Library Theater - Mon Oncle (1958, 117 minutes):
Jacques Tati's comic comment on the encroachment of modern civilization upon the charm of the old world. Mr. Hulot returns as the bumbling uncle of a young boy whose parents are the ultimate consumers in an ultra-hygienic world.
The second movie in the Twilight saga, New Moon, hits theaters this Friday, November 20.
Check out this movie review in the Washington Post.
The National Book Award winners for Young People's Literature were announced this week.
This interview airs beginning November 18.
Attention is paid when Marguerite Young, teacher, principal, Director of Instruction for Fredericksburg City Schools, and community leader has anything to say. She has a great deal to say when she joins Debby Klein on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.
Come to the Headquarters Library theater onThursday, November 5, 7-9 pm, to view parts of the DVD, and meet with the producers, director, and narrator who will be available for questions.