March is Women’s History Month

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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.

Chinn Park Regional Library is now a Foundation Center Funding Information Network site.
Access free resources for nonprofits and individuals seeking grants through the Foundation Center’s online databases. Thank you to the Potomac Health Foundation for their generous funding support.
March is all about art! Turn Dale City Library into an art gallery, or come admire the work of Prince William County School students at Central Library.
Learn about strong women changing the world for the better with a special storytime, film series, and engaging lectures.
Discover authors living in our community with a new mobile exhibit that will launch at Chinn Park Regional Library in March. If you’re an author living in Prince William County, Manassas, or Manassas Park, click here for information on how to participate.
This nationwide celebration takes place annually on March 2, Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Join us at several library branches for special storytimes, crafts, and more!
 Libraries, by nature welcoming and inclusive to all, are the perfect place to explore those topics we might normally be uncomfortable discussing.
You’ve heard of Escape Rooms, and we have a (free!) tech-themed breakout challenge for young adults. Will you get “Caught in the Code” or will you manage to escape?
Pat the bunnies, ducks, chicks, and sheep from the Bar C Ranch during this adorable spring break special!
Students from NOVA Systemic will teach students in grades 2 – 4 basic coding to control Awbie, a playful OSMO, using an iPad and physical blocks.
Bring your instruments, voices, or both to this interactive class that shows you powerful techniques for composing your own musical works.
How can you tell if a story is “fake news”? Angie Holan, editor of PolitiFact, discusses political fact checking and the fake news phenomenon.
Join four of the 50 Shades of Cabernet authors and their colleagues for a lively conversation on the ups, downs, and realities of getting their mystery stories into print.
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