Are you looking to add to your Pokédex on Pokémon GO? Do you just have to catch them all? Look no further!
Our CRRL branches are Pokémon official!
-England Run: Pokéstop
-Salem Church: Pokéstop
Look at the Bellsprout that was captured right outside England Run! And, a wild Pidgey appeared, right in the middle of the children's research desk at Headquarters! How many more can you find?
Come meet and battle with other hunters, exchange Pokémon, and have fun!
One of our most popular events for teenagers at the Central Rappahannock Regional Library is The Cage. At this monthly event, like-minded teens can come together to socialize while playing video games, making art, or talking about their favorite manga and anime. Teens can drop into these programs at the Porter Branch on 1st Mondays in the month from 6:00-8:00, the Salem Church Branch on 2nd Mondays from 6:00-8:00, and at the England Run Branch on 3rd Fridays from 3:30-5:00.
Level Up's title is a video game reference, but it is also a metaphor for accepting responsibility and gaining maturity as one ages, which are qualities that Dennis Ouyang needs serious help with.
From the first time Dennis ever saw a Pac Man console as a child, he was mesmerized by the power that video games had. The idea of endless entertainment, based on skill and incredibly interactive, transfixes him.
It is such a fantastic time to be a geek. When you think about it, a not insignificant portion of our popular culture has come to embrace geekdom in many forms. And while some in my tribe decry this as the homogenization and dilution of what they snobbishly declare “true” geekdom, I, as a pudgy, pale, balding, aging, once bully-bait bull geek, am quite pleased with how things have turned out.