With the weather in March so unpredictable, it is nice to have a few indoor activities ready to go for unexpectedly cold or windy days. While we always love to suggest a good book to read, sometimes it is more fun to watch a movie.
Mysterypalooza 2019: Paths to Publication
We are excited to host Mysterypalooza 2019: Paths to Publication presented by the Sisters in Crime Central Virginia at Libbie Mill Library this March!
Celebrate Read Across America Day!
March 2nd is Read Across America Day and there are so many ways you can celebrate! You can choose to read a book, watch a movie based on a book, or take part in wacky Dr. Seuss activities.
Searching for medical information on the internet can be a treacherous task. How do you know if the information you find can be trusted? One reliable resource is MedlinePlus, which has information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in language you can understand from the National Library of Medicine.
Explore Electric Vehicles
The 9th Annual RVA Environmental Film Festival is this month and we are excited to participate!
Teens Love the Library!
Teens love to read, teens love books, and they love their libraries! This month, in particular, is all about showing love to the library. Henrico County Public Library offers so much more than just books: there are meeting spaces, quiet study areas, Digital Media Labs, and programs. The best way to show your library love is to visit us!
Celebrate Black History Month at the Library
To celebrate Black History Month, we have a great schedule of lectures and workshops! Learn about local history-makers like Susie King Taylor, how black music has evolved over the years from classical to Hip Hop, and how to get started with African American genealogy.
Upcoming Digital Media Lab Classes
There are some exciting programs coming up in our Digital Media Labs! Sign up to learn how to digitize your old photos, shoot great video, or find out all about the lab itself.
Some of Our Favorite Science Fiction
At first glance, many science fiction novels seem strange, or even too familiar: just another road trip in space, or alien invasion story. But the great thing about all science fiction stories, and their weird and delightful views of the world, is that they will make you think.