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1 Novel Writing
  Dates: December 1, 2018 - September 23, 2019, Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Location: WriterHouse
  The WriterHouse located at 508 Dale Ave. in Charlottesville, Va...Is offering a nine-month class on Writing, Revising, and Pitching your Novel getting it out of the drawer and off to market...With instructor Randall Klein, it all starts Monday January 14, 2019...(more)
2 Memoir Writing
  Dates: December 18, 2018 - December 5, 2019, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Location: WriterHouse
  Memoir in a Year...The WriterHouse located at 508 Dale Ave in Charlottesville, Va will be offering a year-long class on Drafting and Revising your book with instructor Lisa Ellison...This year-long class begins Thursday January 24, 2019 thru Thursday December 5, 2019...Applications...(more)
3 Constitution Community Discussion
  Dates: February 24, 2019, Sunday
Location: Central Library (JMRL)
  Join your neighbors for a community discussion event reflecting on current events through a historical lens with a focus on the founding fathers. The discussion will be led by Dr. Michael Dickens, a facilitator from James Madison's Montpelier.
4 Brown Bag Book Club
  Dates: February 25, 2019, Monday
Location: Nelson Memorial Library
  Book titles to be determined by the group.
5 English Conversation Circle
  Dates: February 25, 2019, Monday
Location: Central Library (JMRL)
  Are you learning English? Join this fun, informal drop-in group to discuss a variety of topics with other English language learners, staff and volunteers.
6 Cookbook Club
  Dates: February 26, 2019, Tuesday
Location: Greene County Library
  Discussing: "Taste of Persia" by Naomi Duguid Try out a new recipe from the cookbook of the month, and share the resulting dish with other foodies in a friendly potluck at the library. The program will focus on the cuisines of...(more)
7 LGBTQ Book Club
  Dates: February 26, 2019, Tuesday
Location: Central Library (JMRL)
  Discussing: "The Color Purple" by Alice Walker Celie has grown up in 1930s rural Georgia, navigating a childhood of ceaseless abuse. As a teenager she begins writing letters directly to God in an attempt to transcend a life that often seems...(more)
8 Mystery Book Group
  Dates: February 26, 2019, Tuesday
Location: Northside Library
  Discussing: Edgar Allen Poe's 3 Auguste Dupin Stories, "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," "The Mystery of Maire Roget," & "The Purloined Letter" If you like mysteries and spy thrillers, join like-minded readers at Northside Library.
9 Oreo Cookie Tasting
  Dates: February 26, 2019, Tuesday
Location: Nelson Memorial Library
  Have you ever noticed the crazy amounts of Oreo flavors that are out there? Try a blindfold taste test to find your new favorite among 8 different flavors. Ages 18+.
10 Tuesday Evening Book Group
  Dates: February 26, 2019, Tuesday
Location: Louisa County Library
  Discussing: "Where'd You Go, Bernadette" by Maria Semple When her notorious, hilarious, volatile, talented, troubled, and agoraphobic mother goes missing, teenage Bee begins a trip that takes her to the ends of the earth to find her.
11 Adult Anime Club
  Dates: February 27, 2019, Wednesday
Location: Northside Library
  Come to watch and discuss anime at this club for older anime fans. Ages 18+.
12 Page to Screen Movie Night
  Dates: February 27, 2019, Wednesday
Location: Gordon Avenue Library
  Showing: "Marshall" (2017) The story of Thurgood Marshall, the crusading lawyer who would become the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, as he battles through one of his career-defining cases.
13 English Conversation Circle
  Dates: February 28, 2019, 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.
14 Martin Katz Piano Masterclass
  Dates: March 4, 2019, Monday
Location: Old Cabell Hall
  Join us for Martin Katz's piano masterclass Monday, March 4 in Old Cabell Hall. ​Martin Katz has been dubbed “the gold standard of accompanists” by The New York Times. His 45-year career has taken him to 5 continents, collaborating with...(more)
15 ZACHARY WOOD Uncensored: My Life & Uncomfortable Conversations at the Intersection of Black & Whit
  Dates: March 5, 2019, Tuesday
Location: Library of Virginia
  Join us for the first event of the 2019 Carole Weinstein Author Series. Zachary R. Wood, a columnist and assistant opinion editor at "The Guardian" and a Robert L. Bartley Fellow at the "Wall Street Journal," will discuss his powerful memoir,...(more)
16 Literary Virginia Book Group
  Dates: March 13, 2019, Wednesday
Location: Library of Virginia
  Read and discuss the best of today's Virginia literature—books by Library of Virginia Literary Award winners and finalists in fiction and nonfiction. On the second Wednesday evening of each month, join us for a book discussion with light refreshments, additional historical...(more)
17 Books & Brews March 13 2019
  Dates: March 13, 2019, Wednesday
Location: Pro Re Nata Farm Brewery
  Our March Books & Brews features Inman majors discussing his book, Penelope Lemon; Game On! Penelope Lemon is a recent divorcee, closet Metallica fan, and accidental subversive to all the expectations of suburban motherhood. After ending her marriage with James, a...(more)
  Dates: March 19, 2019, Tuesday
Location: Library of Virginia
  Do you have the germ of a great book idea? Did you stumble upon a news brief that captivates you? Maybe you've uncovered a family history that feels important or found something in the stacks you keep thinking about. Library of...(more)
19 Virginia Festival of the Book: James Monroe, A Republican Champion
  Dates: March 20, 2019, Wednesday
Location: James Monroe's Highland
  Highland, in partnership with the 25th Annual Virginia Festival of the Book, will host Brook Poston, author of James Monroe: A Republican Champion, on Wednesday, March 20 from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. Poston, in conversation with archaeologist and Highland executive director...(more)
20 Violin Masterclass with Charlottesville Symphony soloist Joseph Lin
  Dates: March 22, 2019, Friday
Location: Old Cabell Hall
  A Masterclass by Charlottesville Symphony soloist Joseph Lin will be held on Friday, March 22 at 1:00pm in Old Cabell Hall. Joseph Lin is an American violinist. From 2011 to 2018, he was the first violinist of the Juilliard String Quartet.Currently,...(more)
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