Find bargains on nearly new and used books starting at 50 cents, including a large selection of paperback and hard cover books by popular authors; inventory is refreshed every week and selected items are marked for special sales; a variety of subjects are represented and include movies (VHS and DVD), music, LPs and CDs; sponsored by the Friends of the Fauquier Library; call (540) 439-1939 to volunteer or for more information.
Want to share your favorite book with a furry friend? Read aloud to a trained therapy dog! Our therapy dogs are great listeners and can’t wait to help you practice your reading skills while telling them a great tale. Open to children ages 5-10. Children must be accompanied by parent or caregiver; signed permission slip required.
A special story time for children ages 2 -6 with special needs; registration required; children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. (540) 422-8500, ext. 6864
A program designed for children aged 7-10 with special needs and families looking for a smaller, more structured and adaptive activity-based program; registration required; children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver; (540) 422-8500, ext. 6864.
Entrepreneurs and business owners will learn how to use the library’s ReferenceUSA tool to find the mission-critical information to start, manage, and grow a business.
This webinar is presented by ReferenceUSA (vs. library) staff. Call (540) 422-8500, ext. 6862 for more information. Register online prior to the start of this FREE webinar.
To use the ReferenceUSA tool from home/outside of the library, you will need to enter your 10-digit library card number. If you don’t have a Fauquier County Public Library card, apply in person or online today!
More online business/market research resources are available at https://fauquierlibrary.org/research/business-resources
This is a group for adults who write and are looking to share their writing and get feedback from other writers; free, no registration required; sponsored by the Friends of the Fauquier Library.
Bring new and old projects and patterns; share tips and ideas and discuss your favorite books; novice “stitchers” welcome; for all ages.
Free homework help for elementary and middle school children by Liberty High School National Honor Society members; no registration required; students should bring in specific school work that they need help with.