Central Rappahannock Regional Library
February 2020
Celebrate African American History with recommended books, ebooks, and streaming video. Explore African American Heroes (grades K-6) and research African American families with a professional genealogist.
The spring issue of @ Your Library magazine is available at all branches and in hundreds of locations throughout our community. Pick up your copy or read it online at librarypoint.org/at-your-library to get up to speed on great classes, events, and developments at your library this spring!
The Winter Reading Challenge is ON! Read four or more books to earn a limited-edition travel mug. Share your book selfies on our Book Chat Facebook group, use the app for easier tracking, and complete online missions for a chance at prizes.
Warm up with soup and live entertainment from a local performer.
Explore opportunities to extend a hand in your community and make a difference. Many local organizations will be present to discuss options in a relaxed atmosphere.
The library has partnered with the U.S. Census Bureau to make filling out your census quick and easy. Staff are ready to help, and computers are available for filling out your census online.
Kanopy Kids offers educational and enriching streaming video for children of preschool age and up. Free of charge, at librarypoint.org/kanopy-kids .
Entries for the 25th Annual Teen Art Show will be accepted February 19-27 at the Fredericksburg Branch Youth Services Desk. Reception will be March 6. Cash prizes in two divisions: Grades 9-10 and Grades 11-12.
In February, drop by the Youth Services Department at all library branches to explore a rotating series of self-guided activities looking at contributions of African American inventors. Grades K-6.
Master flutist Galen Abdur-Razzaq explores the history of women in jazz through lecture, trivia, and a live performance.
Can't get enough Oprah? O, the Oprah Magazine is one of many eMagazines available at librarypoint.org/ebooks . So many popular, artistic, educational, and current events publications to download right to your device.
Visit  librarypoint.org/valentines-day for special events, and reading and streaming recommendations in celebration of Valentines Day.
Information on CRRL's resources for ensuring that the library remains accessible to everyone regardless of specialized or adaptive needs, including programs for those on the autism spectrum and with dyslexia, and the Talking Book/BARD programs.
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