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.
All PWPLS branches will be closed Saturday, September 2 through Monday, September 4 for Labor Day. Sunday service resumes at all full-service branches beginning September 10.
Fall for a new book (or ten, because they’re cheap) at these super sales at Bull Run and Central libraries.
If your children are five years of age or older, bring them in to any branch for a free library card, opening the door to a whole new world of information.
On loan from the Library of Virginia, this rotating exhibit honors eight women for their contributions to Virginia, including Mary Virginia Jones, a Prince William County mechanical engineer.
Meet this savvy group of kidpreneurs at this showcase presented in partnership with the Prince William Public Library Foundation. See these bright young stars in action and be inspired!
Learn about the many fantastic services provided by the Agency on Aging, which works to maintain the independence and quality of life for older adults and their families living in the greater Prince William area.
Yes, there were female spies, and they were critical to Allied success during WWII. Ellen Butler will discuss this with her novel, The Brass Compass. Come for a lively discussion and book signing.
Stretch your limits and expand your horizons with yoga for all ages, from preschoolers to older adults.
Are you a fam with a plan? If not, come make a disaster supply kit and learn some tips from Volunteer Prince William’s Disaster Services.
This free six-week workshop, created by Stanford University, will cover all chronic health conditions from diabetes to depression.
All aboard! Watch the model trains and learn about this fascinating hobby. Conductors will be on hand to answer questions.
Get answers to caregivers’ questions that arise during the different stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Learn what you need to know, how to plan, and what you can do at each point along the way.
Ahoy, me hearties! Dare ye be walkin’ the library plank to celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day?
Potomac Community Library
Students in grades 6-12: Bring your friends, eat free food, and talk books after library hours. Register online or by phone beginning August 18.