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1 Submission's being accepted for the Va Festival of the Book
  Dates: June 19, 2018 - October 1, 2018, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Location: Virginia Festival of the Book
  The Virginia Festival of the Book, A program of Virginia Humanities, announces that it is now accepting submissions for the 2019 Festival, which will take place March 20th - March 24th 2019 in and around Charlottesville and Albemarle County...Each year, the...(more)
2 Meet Your Library
  Dates: September 25, 2018, Tuesday
Location: Central Library (JMRL)
  Drop by to see the 3D printer in action and discover all the things you can borrow with your library card.
3 Mystery Book Group
  Dates: September 25, 2018, Tuesday
Location: Northside Library
  Discussing: "Dewey Decimated" by Charles Goodrum Rumors of fraud, forgeries, and murder at the Werner-Bok, one of the world's greatest rare-book libraries attract an illiterate cop and three extra-literate librarians and scholars, who test their wits against some very unprofessional adversaries....(more)
4 Tuesday Evening Book Group
  Dates: September 25, 2018, Tuesday
Location: Louisa County Library
  Discussing: "Before We Were Yours" by Lisa Wingate Learning that her grandmother was a victim of the corrupt Tennessee Children's Home Society, attorney and aspiring politician Avery Stafford delves into her family's past and begins to wonder if some things are...(more)
5 Adult Anime Club
  Dates: September 26, 2018, Wednesday
Location: Northside Library
  Come to watch and discuss anime at this new club for older anime fans. Ages 18+.
6 Page to Screen Movie Night
  Dates: September 26, 2018, Wednesday
Location: Gordon Avenue Library
  Showing: "Beloved" (1998) Based on the book by Toni Morrison, in which a slave is visited by the spirit of a mysterious young woman.
7 Pages & Pals
  Dates: September 26, 2018, Wednesday
Location: Central Library (JMRL)
  Central’s newest book club is for new adults (18+) with intellectual disabilities who want to meet people and talk about books. We’ll read and discuss a short story and do a group activity. All supplies provided. For more information, email Sarah:...(more)
8 The Great American Read Discussion Session
  Dates: September 26, 2018, Wednesday
Location: Fontaine Fire Station
  Join JMRL and WVPT/WHTJ PBS for a community discussion of the Great American Read episode "Heroes" led by local author Khizr Khan and tour at the Fontaine Fire Station. Light refreshments provided.
9 Central Film Series
  Dates: September 27, 2018, Thursday
Location: Central Library (JMRL)
  Showing: "The Handmaid's Tale" (1990) In a dystopian, polluted right wing religious tyranny, a young woman is put in sexual slavery on account of her now rare fertility.
10 English Conversation Circle
  Dates: September 27, 2018, Thursday
Location: Northside Library
  Is English your second language? Would you like to practice your English speaking skills with others who are also learning English? Join our conversation circle. Library staff will guide the conversation in an informal, no-pressure setting.
11 Michael Veal Colloquium
  Dates: September 28, 2018, Friday
Location: 107 Old Cabell Hall
  The McIntire Department of Music presents a colloquium by Michael Veal on Friday, September 28th at 3:30pm in 107 Old Cabell Hall. Michael Veal will read his paper entilted “Between Barracoon and The Black Panther: Reflections on Thirty Years as a...(more)
12 Know the Score - Pre-concert Lecture with Richard Will
  Dates: September 29, 2018, Saturday
Location: Minor Hall
  The Charlottesville Symphony is pleased to offer free Pre-Concert Lectures, led by the McIntire Department of Music Professor Richard Will, before all Saturday night Masterworks performances during the 2018-19 season. Pre-Concert Lectures are free and begin 45 minutes prior to Saturday...(more)
13 Harry Potter Murder Mystery Escape Room
  Dates: September 29, 2018, Saturday
Location: Louisa County Library
  There’s been a murder at Hogwarts, and it’s up to you as one of the students to solve it. The escape room accommodates up to four participants at a time and takes 30 minutes. If you are signing up on behalf...(more)
14 100 Thousand Poets for Change
  Dates: September 29, 2018, Saturday
Location: WriterHouse
  An international celebration of poetry, art, and music in creative solidarity as inspiration for global uplift. Over 500 events in more than 100 countries occurring simultaneously! Bring poems or music, yours or others, that inspires you to be the change you...(more)
15 Introduction to Calligraphy Workshop
  Dates: October 1, 2018, Monday
Location: Louisa County Library
  Explore the art of modern calligraphy with this workshop by Michelle Streeter of Ma Belle Calligraphy. No previous experience necessary. All materials are provided. Ages 14+. Registration begins September 5.
16 Apple Tech Workshop
  Dates: October 1, 2018, Monday
Location: Northside Library
  Looking for help with your iPhone or iPad? Join Clay Sisk, technology volunteer from the Senior Center, as he conducts a beginners workshop that will cover the basics for getting the most out of your Apple products.
17 Live Poets, Too
  Dates: October 1, 2018, Monday
Location: Crozet Library
  Bring several poems to share, either of your own authorship or another’s, then sit back and enjoy listening to the language of the poet. Optional writing prompts provided upon group interest. Ages 18+.
18 Monday Night Book Group
  Dates: October 1, 2018, Monday
Location: Crozet Library
  Discussing: "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood A chilling look at the near future presents the story of Offred, a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead, once the United States, an oppressive world where women are no longer allowed to read...(more)
19 Graduate Hotels® Presents Cleo Wade’s Courageous Love Tour
  Dates: October 2, 2018, Tuesday
Location: Graduate Charlottesville
  Graduate Hotels® Presents Cleo Wade’s Courageous Love Tour: Creating a Braver Connection with Yourself and Your Community. Join poet and activist Cleo Wade for community-building events centered around connecting more deeply with yourself and the people around you. All events are...(more)
20 Live Poets Society
  Dates: October 3, 2018, Wednesday
Location: Gordon Avenue Library
  Come and share original poetry with the group or just listen.
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