Prince William Public Library September Highlights

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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. Some of these programs and events are listed below. Please visit our website to learn more about all of the events offered for the month.
Explore Summer Reading has now ended. Remember, patrons can still access and print their reading logs until Sept. 30.
We want your feedback: help Prince William Public Library System improve Explore Summer Reading!
Libby is a new app from OverDrive. Read eBooks and audiobooks on your device from your library. Same great service and easier to use!
Learn skills to help you navigate the real world, from budgeting to resume writing. September’s Adulting 101 program series is all about writing that perfect college essay; different classes will be offered each quarter.
Sing, clap, play instruments, and dance your way through Latin America in this highly interactive performance with Cantaré Music.
All aboard! The Prince William Model Railroad Club returns with their exciting display of model trains and track.
Join the Disaster Services Coordinator for Volunteer Prince William for a game of BINGO, while learning about making an emergency kit and developing a family plan. You might even win a prize to put in your emergency kit!
Explore difficult topics by engaging in civil discourse to build bridges to an inclusive and well-informed community. This month’s topics include sexual assault, human trafficking, and a screening and discussion of “An Outrage,” a documentary that tells the history of lynching in the American South.

Attend a meetup for homeschool parents (while the kids play with LEGOS) or engage homeschool students in STEM activities.
Now is your chance to climb aboard all kinds of trucks that kids can see, hear, climb on, and touch! The truck drivers will be there to answer everyone’s questions.
Visit the DMV and register to vote, all at the library. Get your ID card, driver’s license, veteran’s ID card, title and registration, and more. Then register to vote with a voter registration professional.

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