Watercolors by Jim Ellis are on exhibit in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery through May.
National Music Week is May 3-10, and the theme is "Music: Poetry of the Heart."
Piano students of teachers who are members of the National Music Society will perform in the Headquarters Library lobby, Monday, May 4 - Thursday, May 7, 6-8pm.
Join us tonight at 7:00pm, in the Headquarters Library Theater, for a screening of American Impressionists and Realists (22 min, 1994 - High school through adult) and The Washington Colorists (37 min, color, 1986 - High school through adult). Find out more about upcoming films in our 2009 Art Film series.
Come to the Headquarters Library for a screening of Brooklyn Bridge, the last film in our Documentary Film Series, on Wednesday, April 29, 7:00pm. Ken Burns's first film (1981), narrated by David McCullough, captures the physical majesty of this greatest of all achievements of the industrial age, marked by enormous construction problems, equally ingenious solutions, and heroic human achievement. [60 min.]
On Wednesday, April 29, at 4pm Eastern Time, spend an hour discovering how to use the Morningstar Investment Research Center to search for stocks, mutual funds, and ETFs.
Sign up online for a virtual tour - a service provided to you by the Central Rappahannock Regional
Library. You can conveniently access the training session from any location with a phone and Internet connection.
Join us for Teen Poetry Night, Tuesday, April 28, 7:30-9:00, at the Headquarters Library. Winners of the Teen Poetry Contest will be announced and read from their works. Claudia Emerson, winner of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry and current Poet Laureate of Virginia, is our contest judge and host for the evening. Professor Emerson will also be reading from her works.
Digital photographs by Susan Kreig are on exhibit in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery through April.
As a photographer, my two main areas of interest are at different ends of the movement spectrum- still life and animals. I take still life images because I love the details, and I take animal photographs because I love watching and interacting with animals.
This interview airs beginning April 8.
Shirley Heim has already been recognized for a lifetime of achievements, but she hasn’t stopped yet. Debby Klein talks to Shirley about her love for and dedication to education and worldwide community service.
Collage Artist Joni Ulman Lewis is a dumpster diver, a flea market fiend, and a confirmed pack rat. Nostalgia and repurposing are important elements in her work. View her work through March in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery.
Librarians are always eager to help people. That’s what we do. But the secret is out. Hundreds of people stop by our busy reference desks every day, and knowing that you’ll get the personal attention you’d like at a time set aside for you sometimes works best with an appointment. We encourage you to try out our special one-on-one offerings. Give us a call. If another time fits better for you, just ask. Perhaps we can accommodate. We’re here for you.