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Prince William Public Library January Highlights

Provided by Prince William Public Library System

The Prince William Public Library System (PWPLS) offers a number of programs throughout the year for all ages including families, children, teens and adults. PWPLS would like to highlight some of those programs and events below. Please visit our website (pwcgov.org/library) to learn more about all of the events offered for the month.

Jan. 21 – 27
Take a pic of anything “cozy” and post it to Instagram with the hashtag #cozybookweek. We’ll post it to our Instagram @pwpls and the pic with the most likes wins a bookish prize!
Discussing books with others brings them to life, and we have a group for just about every interest!
You won’t want to break these resolutions; they’re a fun and easy way to stretch your reading horizons.
Connect with other homeschool parents while the kids play with Legos and Duplos.
Laser tag, a murder mystery, and a book club, all for young adults, are happening after the library closes!
Learn the basics of owning a business with this free, informative series.
Family fun for a good cause! Meet a friendly dog and make toys for dogs at Operation Paws for Homes.
We old folks can’t keep up with kids these days. Or can we? Bring your devices and let our teens show you a trick or two!
Children from local schools raise their voices in song to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Join Historic Prince William for a presentation that gives insight into the layered history of Prince William County.
Local high school students created book trailers (like movie trailers, but for books). Vote for your favorite between Jan. 15 and Febr. 16.
Come to Central Library for some culture: view a creative arts exhibit on loan from the Manassas Art Guild.
Learn how flower essences can be used safely with other remedies to help support your health and well-being.

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