Teen Craft Night
WED, MAR 4 & 25
7-8 PM
Learn a new craft and make something to take home with you. Ages 12-18.
Ken Burns Presents The Gene: An Intimate History
THUR, MAR 5
7-7:30 PM
Get an advance peak into this new documentary series before it airs on PBS in April. The documentary is a journey through key genetics discoveries that are some of the greatest achievements in the history of science
Teen Knitting
THUR, MAR 12
7-8 PM
For experts, beginners, and everyone in between. Yarn and knitting needles provided (or bring your own). Ages 12-18.
Irish Music with Alex Caton & Pat Egan
FRI, MAR 13
Noon
This popular duet reunite for a celebration of Irish tunes with fiddle, claw hammer banjo, guitar and vocals. Light lunch provided.
Mad Science:
Fire & Ice
SAT, MAR 14
1-2 PM
Thrills, chills, and spectacular science experiments.
All ages.
Friends of the Library
Bargain Book Sale
SAT, MAR 14
9 AM - 2 PM
The Friends will open their storage area filled with book bargains as low as 50¢.
Genealogy 101
WED, MAR 18 & 25
1 PM
This two-part class covers how to get started in the search for your family’s history. Learn about the best sources of information, where to find those records. Registration required. Call 540-942-6746 or stop by the front desk to register.
Movie Night
 FRI, MAR 20
6:30 PM
Harriett
PG-13 | 2h 5min
The extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from slavery and transformation into one of America's greatest heroes, whose courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history.
Stars: Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., Joe Alwyn 
Teen Night
SAT, MAR 21
6-8 PM
After-hours games and pizza in the library stacks. Ages 12-18. Registration required. Call 540-942-6746 or stop by the front desk to register.
Digital Skills for Everyday Tasks
WED, MAR 4
11 AM
Learn how to manage work and life task more effectively using Google tools. Whether you want to build a budget, create a meeting agenda or organize your priorities, these best practices will boost your productivity. This Grow with Google Partner Program is suggested for job seekers. To register call 540-942-6746 or stop by the circulation desk.
Get Your Business Online
WED, MAR 11
11 AM
Learn about Google My Business, a free tool for businesses who want to connect with customers on Google Search and Maps. Get hands-on help creating or updating your business profile or a simple website. This Grow with Google Partner Program is suggested for small business owners. To register call 540-942-6746 or stop by the circulation desk.
Fiction Readers
THUR, MAR 12
Second Thursdays
4 PM
Read a novel, then meet with others to discuss. Ask at the circulation desk to check out a copy of the book-of-the-month:
The Rebellion of Miss Lucy Ann Lobdell  by William Klaber.
Read and Discuss
TUE, MAR 24
Fourth Tuesdays
7 PM
This book club reads and discusses nonfiction books. Ask at the circulation desk to check out a copy of the book-of-the-month: A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle. 
Great Decisions Group
MON, MAR 9
Second Mondays
1:30 PM
If you enjoy the Foreign Policy Association’s Great Decisions on PBS, this is the group for you. Read 10-13 page article in the Great Decisions Briefing Book (available in the library), then meet to watch a brief video and to discuss. The topic this month is “India & Pakistan."
Spring Scavenger Hunt
SAT, APR 4
6-7 PM
Hunt for candy and prizes in the library! Ages 0-10. Registration required. To register call 540-942-6746 or stop by the circulation desk.
An Evening with Thomas Jefferson
THU, APR 2
7 PM
Meet Thomas Jefferson—as portrayed by Bill Barker, widely recognized as the nation’s foremost interpreter of Jefferson. The President welcomes a conversation about the personal benefits of reading, accumulating a library, and the necessity of education as a means towards personal and public safety, power, happiness and the future success of our nation. Barker is a historical actor-interpreter at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.