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10/26/2015 - 2:06pm
Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater: An Evening with Dr. Yum

Do you daydream about what it would be like if your children enthusiastically embraced healthy eating? It can be a reality!

09/16/2015 - 1:07pm
Digging and Dividing with the Master Gardeners

Besides bringing beauty to our library grounds, volunteer gardeners teach us how to plant and nurture our own gardens. Sometimes they share their bounty! Join the Master Gardeners at the Porter Branch on Monday, September 21, from 9:00 until they run out of fun, as they teach you how to dig and divide in the flower beds. They'll be giving out out free starter lilies and iris. Bring gloves, or just get dirty with us!  

09/03/2015 - 2:37pm
After Appomattox: Civil War History Series at the Library

Ever wonder what happened after Lee's surrender to Grant that fateful day at Appomattox? Did everyone simply go back home and pick up their lives as they once were?

Three of the best historians from the National Park Service will present three different topics on three evenings at the HQ Library theater from 7:00-8:00. Each program is designed to give you information you may not have heard before and an opportunity to ask questions.

06/10/2015 - 1:26pm
Lascaux caves' great black bull

Our Art Films series features short films exploring artists and the creative process, generously loaned to us by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.  Showings are held at the Headquarters library on select second Wednesdays, 7:00 pm.

05/18/2015 - 12:00pm
Join the Summer Reading Club to Defeat the Nefarious Bore!

Are you worried about being bored to death over summer vacation? You don’t have to worry any more! Thanks to Super Librarian and the staff at the Central Rappahannock Regional Library, people of all ages can sign up for the Summer Reading Clubs online at librarypoint.org or at their local library branches starting on June 1.

04/27/2015 - 7:48am
Plants nurtured in England Run's Maker Lab are ready to go outside.

Gardening education is one of the many ways that the CRRL contributes to the health and welfare of the community, and what better way to educate than through the creation of hands-on gardens at the library?

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