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. Some of those programs and events are highlighted below. Please visit our website (pwcgov.org/library) to learn more about all of the events.
June 11 – August 11
Beat the summer slide while having fun! Infants, kids, and young adults can earn free food and a free book just for reading and visiting your library. Register and pick up your Passport or Punch Card beginning June 11. Grownups have their own Summer Reading, too!
If you have a library card, you can upload from anywhere, any device, and send print jobs to pick up at the library! Available at all full-service libraries.
Delight in the “Sounds of Nature” in this lively spring concert for everyone. All ages.
Embark on a journey of discovery featuring live animals such as reptiles, amphibians, small mammals, and maybe even a parrot! All ages with caregiver. Multiple dates and locations.
Bob Brown Puppets
Master puppeteer Bob Brown presents something for everyone, from teddy bears to dragons and from knights to clowns! Ages 2 and up with caregiver. Multiple dates and locations.
Sing and dance with Latin Grammy award-winning Andrés in this high-energy, bilingual, interactive program for all ages. Two dates and locations.
Impossible magic tricks, off-the-wall comedy, and lots of audience participation, with a few books thrown in. A delightful magic show for all ages from crowd pleaser Mike Rose. Multiple dates and locations.
Whether it is a petting zoo for all ages, or a fun and educational show for elementary students, there will be live animals for everyone! Multiple dates and locations.
Create your own unique character with your own motives and distinct traits as you solve a mystery in this highly entertaining and interactive program for middle and high school students. Multiple dates and locations.
Welcome the return of our favorite dynamic duo, Trooper West and his patrol dog Chuy from the Virginia State Police K-9 unit! All ages. Multiple dates and locations.
An interactive introduction to orchestra through storytelling, a short performance, and an instrument “petting zoo” where children can see and touch instruments up close. Ages 2 and up with caregiver. Multiple dates and locations.
The Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners will show elementary students how trees enrich our lives while playing a vital role in our environment. Multiple dates and locations.
Chinn Park Regional Library reopens June 4