Summer Reading Program at the Williamsburg Library! The Summer Reading program at Williamsburg Regional Library begins on June 1 this year, and all ages can participate! Things are all online this summer, use the links below to find out the specifics of each program, and have fun with reading. Summer Reading for Kids and Teens Summer ReadingContinue Reading
Come meet some fellow readers and join the conversation — virtually! July’s title will be Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer. For ages 9-12. To register, and for information on picking up a free copy of the book, call the Williamsburg Regional Library at 757.259.4055.
Matt Eich is a photographic essayist who creates long-form bodies of work related to memory, family, community, and the American condition. He will share an overview of his project, The Invisible Yoke, which explores the question “who are we as Americans and where are we headed as a nation.” The third volume in this four-partContinue Reading
Everything you wanted to know about social security benefits as related to disabilities but were afraid to ask! Attend this informative presentation with a regional Social Security representative and get all of your questions answered. Check here to go to the online presentation.
Join Willliamsburg Regional Library for a short webinar on why your credit score is important and how you can protect it. This session will include information about accessing and understanding your credit report, avoiding scams and fraud, reporting inaccurate information, and helpful tips to stay on top of your finances. Click here for a link toContinue Reading
Read the suggested title — Stargirl, by Jerry Spinelli — or simply join to geek out about what you’re reading. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an invite and information or go to wrl.org/event/teen-book-club/
Have you been missing the Williamsburg Regional Library’s Paws to Read friends? They’ve really missed you, so we’re pleased to have Uno make a virtual visit. Log into our Paws to Read Zoom session and read to her. We’ll only be able to have one family read at at time, so you may need toContinue Reading
Qigong and taijiquan are Chinese mind-body exercises that can reduce stress, improve focus, and bring about relaxation. They can improve balance—physical, psychological, and emotional—and have been shown to help with pain relief, better breathing, and overall improvement in health. No prior experience needed. No special clothes, shoes, or props; just wear flat shoes and loose-fittingContinue Reading
Williamsburg Regional Library is offering take and make crafts! Starting June 1, come to the library’s curbside service area at either building to pick up your kit to make a Galaxy Pendant. On June 3, head to www.facebook.com/WRLibrary for a Facebook Live video that will show you how it’s done. All crafts are for 13+ and onlyContinue Reading
Use 3D pens to craft colorful seasonal ornaments. For ages 9 – 18. More info Event Room: Stryker 127
STAR WARS READS DAY COMES TO Williamsburg Regional Library Saturday, November 2, 2019 – 2:00pm to 3:30pmat the Stryker Center WRL is celebrating all things Star Wars this Saturday, November 2, from 2:00-3:30 p.m. at the Stryker Center. The event will include trivia, games, crafts, movie clips, and more. Calling all Jedi! Join millions of Star Wars fansContinue Reading
Our puppets and teen puppeteers visit each month for a fantastic storytime. Sing and dance with our puppets and enjoy books, flannel board stories, and other activities. Recommended for ages 3+. Stryker Center, Event Room 127
The Williamsburg Regional Library will be CLOSED to the public through Monday, March 30, 2020 due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Check WRL social media pages or website (www.wrl.org) for more information as it is available. Would you like to contribute to teen programs, materials, and services at the library? Join us twice a month* to shareContinue Reading
Meet one-on-one with a certified career coach to discuss career goals and gain job seeking skills. Register at 757.259.4050. Info from www.wrl.org/employed-work-skills-connections-success
Joe Duggan of Joe’s Day Off will perform 11:30-1:00 Thursday, July 25, on the library plaza. Bring your lunch and enjoy live music under the shade of the wisteria. All ages welcome!
A free concert of favorites presented by this ensemble of more than 40 musicians. The Peninsula Concert Band with more than 60 years of performing in the Tidewater area, is a non-profit organization chartered in 1956 to serve the Peninsula cities. It is made up of member of local military bands as well as civilianContinue Reading
A dynamic up-and-coming magician, Hunter delivers a show filled with talent, humor, and a likeable charm that’ll leave kids laughing and amazed. WRL
Meet exotic – and not so exotic – mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and insects up close and personal with ZooPro Adventures. Learn about their habitats and how they interact with humans at home and around the world. This event is being held at the Abram Frink Jr. Community Center, 8901 Pocahontas Trail, Williamsburg, VA, 23185.