(Warrenton, VA) February 14, 2024 – World-renowned muralist and artist Craig McPherson of Orlean will discuss his 50-year professional career with veteran journalist Lou Emerson, Sunday, February 25 at 2 p.m. in the John Barton Payne Community Hall in Warrenton.
McPherson’s work has been exhibited in shows around the world and major museum collections. (more…)
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We recycle plastic food containers but few of us realize chemicals from those plastics are being recycled through us. In this issue CR describes how chemicals from plastics, called bisphenols and phthalates, get into our food and why they are dangerous. (more…)
There’s a wow factor that greets visitors to Warrenton these days. The beige Britches building at the corner of Culpeper and Main Streets has been transformed by a brilliant rendering of the Blue Ridge mountains. Pure alchemy, perhaps. (more…)
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In this issue CR asks, “What’s in your water?” and tells you how to conduct the necessary tests to find out. They contend that industries are releasing new chemicals at a rate difficult for the EPA to keep up with, and that it is questionable whether the limits EPA sets will be strict enough to protect consumers. If tested water shows problems, what remedies exist to fix it? CR provides a handy list of regulated and unregulated contaminants and explains the related risks. Guidance on how to clean up your water supply and tips on what to do to protect your health if you’ve been consuming poor quality water are also included. Read, “Filters That Work Best” for advice about what filter you’ll need to help remove specific contaminants.
“If you build it, they will come.”
On December 18, 2003, the Bealeton branch library opened its doors to the southern Fauquier community.
A beautiful building, the 10,000 sq. ft. library took its architectural cues from the “roofy” Bealeton depot that a few years later would serve as its meeting room. (more…)
Rebecca Serle, One Italian Summer
Wednesday, Jan. 10 | 8 p.m.
Join us as we kick off the New Year talking to Rebecca Serle about her journey writing epic love stories to span generations. We’ll chat with the author about her New York Times bestselling novels, One Italian Summer, In Five Years, The Dinner List and many more. (more…)
If you’re looking for a great book to curl up with in the new year, stop by the Book Cellar, where we’ll be featuring Winter Reads throughout the store in January. (more…)
In the movie The Way We Were longtime buddies Hubbell and J.J. while sailing recount the best Saturday afternoon, the best month, the best year.
Perhaps not the whip and snap of sails but the stillness and quiet of winter evenings will invite you to contemplate the year’s best book, best meal, best time with family and friends.
We’ve done our own little bit of reflecting and here are some highlights of our year serving you. (more…)
In December the Book Cellar will celebrate the year-end holidays with fun displays.
And we have some exciting news for December. In addition to our normal hours, we will have extended hours in December:
Sunday, Dec. 3, 10, and 17
Bring the kids to GumDrop Square then stroll downstairs to the cozy and festive Book Cellar for a visit. There will be plenty of stocking stuffers and other gifts available!
We wish all of our customers a most happy holiday season!
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November is Family Stories Month, a great time to learn about your family’s history. Where to begin?
Start with AncestryLibrary, the library version of the popular and extensive genealogy database, Ancestry.com. It is available for in-library use only at any Fauquier County Library location and provides access to thousands of databases, including: (more…)