Prince William Public Library October Programs

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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. Please visit our website to learn more about the events offered for the month.

Holiday Closings

Saturday, Oct. 6 – Holiday weekend, all neighborhood libraries are closed.
Monday, Oct. 8 – Columbus Day holiday, all PWPLS libraries are closed.

October is Health Literacy Month

Let our libraries help you on your wellness journey by connecting you to community resources and offering free health programs for all ages.

100 Books Before College

Challenge your high-school student to read 100 books before graduating. Why (besides prizes)? Reading prepares them for the real world and can help improve test scores.

Halloween Happenings

No trick, just treats! Costume parades, spooky movies, haunted history and more for all ages.

Community Health Open House

Take charge of your health by meeting local and regional health and wellness agencies all in one place. Enjoy light refreshments while gathering information to help improve your quality of life.

Beowulf T. Wonderbunny’s Traveling Show of Mystery

This special show for all ages is filled with magic, juggling, balloons, and the incredible Wonderbunny himself! Two dates and locations.

Fall Family Genealogy Fair: Montclair

This is a unique opportunity for family historians to meet with key organizations, find new resources, listen to informative speakers, and possibly win a DNA kit!

Read for the Record

Participate in the world’s largest shared reading experience on Oct. 25 by attending a special storytime to hear the book Maybe Something Beautiful. Click for times and locations.

Finding Grants and Writing Proposals

With several free programs this fall, learn how to research available grants and improve your writing skills.

Art Appreciation: Ancient American Art

Join artists, educators, curators, and the community in this part lecture, part workshop exploration for all ages. Light refreshments provided. Register beginning Sept. 24.

Starr-Struck: Meet Starr the Newfoundland

Meet local author Starr the Newfoundland, and hear a reading of her book! Get her “paw-tograph” and learn about Newfoundlands and service dogs. Copies of Starr’s book will be available for purchase.

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