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Wonderful stories for kids in preschool to first grade will be enjoyed with a related craft or activity.
November is National Novel Writing Month. Participants all around the world will be trying to write their own 50,000-word rough drafts in just 30 days. Come write at he Library and enjoy snacks, camaraderie, and commiseration with other writers as you create your novel.
The Friends of the Library annual program will be "Cycling in Virginia" by Jennifer Wampler, Environmental Program Planner of the Virginia Department of Conservation & Recreation and Champe Burnley, President of the Virginia Bicycling Federation. Learn about bicycling in Virginia, biking trails, and the types of bikes and equipment needed for all levels of bicycling. Business meeting at 6:30 pm followed by the program at 7 pm.
Come hear award-winning storyteller Barb Lawson ell chilling tales befitting the season. Not for the fain of heart or those under 8! Cider and cookies too. Sponsored by the Friends of the Staunton Library.
The Friends support the Library. The spring and fall used book sales are their major fund raisers. The sale takes place on the second floor of the Library. You may join the Friends on Tuesday evening, October 6, to be admitted to the Member's Preview for the best selection
Hands -on learning with formulas, charts, pivot tables, and mail merge. Participans are welcome to come with specific questions.
Spreadsheets are for more than just numbers. Get a taste in this introductory session. No previous experience with Excel is needed but familiarity wih a mouse and Word are expected.
Bring your lunch or enjoy free pizza generously provided by Domino's and the Friends of the Staunton Library, while you listen to fine music. Jennifer Kirkland and Bert Carlson, Staunton's reigning queen and king of jazz will perform.
Bring your lunch or enjoy free pizza generously provided by Domino's and the Friends of the Staunton Public Library while you listen to fine music. Denise Finley, an accomplished singer/songwriter brings her sophisticated approach to folk and cotemporary acoustic music.
Bring your lunch or enjoy free pizza generously provided by Domino's and the Friends of the Staunton Public Library while you listen to fine music. "Three Notch'd Road" will provide an exciting take on Baroque music.
TAB is a great way for teens or tweens to volunteer at the Library while socializing with new friends. TAB members help with teen programs, choose materials for the Young Adult (YA) department, assist with Library projects, and more.