Teens, celebrate YOU and all that you love to read and do! Join us for Teen Read Week, October 9-15. It's one of our favorite times in the teen areas of our libraries. This year's theme is Read For the Fun of it! so read what you love, let our enthusiastic librarians turn you on to a new read, or get a suggestion on our Teen page. Be sure to check out these happenings at the library for teens only:
After Party: It's invitation-only, and you are invited!
October 9-15 is Food for Fines week at all library branches!
Help celebrate Teen Read Week and help our community. Donate canned goods to benefit local area food banks.
For every can that you bring to your local library branch, we’ll deduct a dollar from your overdue fines, up to a maximum amount of $10.00!
-No expired or dented items
-1 canned item = $1.00 applied to one customer account, up to a maximum of $10
-Donations may not be used to pay for lost or damaged library materials.
-All donations benefit local area foodbanks.
-No donations will be accepted before October 9 or after October 15.
What happens at the library after dark? Come out, and celebrate Teen Read Week at CRRL's After Party to find out! Eat pizza, listen and dance to music, play video games, and hang out with your friends. The fun takes place at England Run Branch on Saturday, October 8, and at Salem Church Branch on Friday, October 14 from 6:30-8:30.
Central Rappahannock Regional Library is participating in the first annual Fredericksburg Independent Book Festival, scheduled for Saturday, September 24, at Riverfront Park off Sophia Street in the heart of downtown. All book lovers are invited to check out our activity and information table near the