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MedlinePlus

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!

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.

Upcoming Ebook Workshops

We offer a wide variety of free digital content that is available to stream or download on your device 24/7. Our collection includes ebooks, comics, audiobooks, music, movies, and magazines. Learn how to enjoy our digital collection at one of our upcoming ebook workshops.

Join a Book Discussion

Every library has a monthly book discussion group, and some locations have several! It doesn’t matter what you enjoy reading, there is a group for you.

All Henrico Reads 2019: After Anna by Lisa Scottoline

We are excited to announce our 2019 All Henrico Reads selection. After Anna by Lisa Scottoline is an engaging domestic thriller from an award-winning writer.

Live Music for the Holidays!

Set the mood for the holidays with some great music. We will have live performances by several local favorites!

Active Aging Week

“Active Aging Week challenges society’s diminished expectations of aging by showing that, regardless of age or health conditions, adults over 50 can live as fully as possible in all areas of life—physical, social, spiritual, emotional, intellectual, vocational and environmental.” - International Council on Active Aging

There are many opportunities for older adults to enjoy life in Henrico County. In the library we offer lectures, craft programs, book discussions, and computer classes all year round. During Active Aging Week we have a variety of programs that provide information and resources for anyone who is looking to stay active and informed, regardless of age.