The new website is a collaboration between the Central Rappahannock Regional Library and the Library of Virginia.
The Library of Virginia’s 2021 Carole Weinstein Author Series celebrates April as Poetry Month with a free virtual talk by poet, literary historian, and editor Kim Roberts on April...
Cottom, Tilghman, and Kingsley are the 2020 recipients honored by the Library of Virginia.
The event, streamed live, is an excellent opportunity for anyone who loves the written word to interact with amazing Virginia authors through a lively and informative...
Book club meetings, genealogy workshops, map lectures, volunteer “research sprint” opportunities, author talks, and even the annual Literary Awards Celebration have moved online.
During the initial reopening phase, researchers will be able to use the collections by appointment Tuesday–Friday, 10:00 am–4:00 pm.
The signs of the times are very different from pervious signs.
Items will include Studio Two Three screen prints, clothing, and household items in exclusive colors, styles, and designs created just for the Library.
Are We There Yet? Transportation & Parking in Richmond will take a look at Richmond's unfortunate history of disrupting historic sites in the name of more roads and...
The awards celebrate Virginian authors and books and each winner will be recognized with a $2,500 prize.