Congratulations Micah! 2nd grader Micah Odoom, age 7, is the 2015 Aurora Hills Branch Library’s Summer Reading prize winner. Keep up the good reading!
Recorded Oct. 27, 2015 at Central Library, by Allan Yankosky / 1411 Media. John Glowacky, Counselor, Virginia Insurance Counseling Assistance Program, talks about what’s new with Medicare benefits, including the Quality Improvement Organization Program that will help Medicare improve the quality of care and health outcomes for Medicare beneficiaries. Presented in partnership with Virginia Insurance […]
The Choices Can Be Overwhelming… Are you looking for a dedicated eReading device, or a multi-use tablet? Choosing a device really comes down to how you plan to use it. Use the latest reviews to decide which eReader is right for you – or your special someone: CNET’s Best e-Book Readers of 2015 - CNET […]
Our History on Display On Exhibit at the Aurora Hills Branch Library, July – August 2015 Like most museums, the Arlington Historical Museum (located in the Hume School) has more artifacts than can be displayed at any one time. So the Arlington Historical Society recently launched an effort to locate display areas in public spaces around the County […]
What’s it Like to Take – or Teach – a Comedy Class? Register now for the July workshop In January, Plaza Library branch manager Kerby Valladares offered a new and very different program to Library community: The Comedy Routine. Mr. Valladares, a stand-up comic himself, wanted to give Library users an opportunity to take the […]
Share Your Summer of Reading Summer Reading for Adults challenges you to share 31 Summer Reading photos and comments! Post to Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, Tumblr or anything else – using the hashtag #APLSummerReading. Then check out all the #APLSummerReading posts on Tagboard (from twitter, instagram and facebook). Download and print the calendar or book mark this […]
Recorded April 13, 2015 at Central Library, by Allan Yankosky / 1411 Media. Presented by elder law attorney Bill Fralin, president of The Estate Planning and Elder Law Firm, P.C.
Souvenirs from the Early 20th Century On exhibit at Central Library, April 2015. Don’t miss this month’s historic postcard display at Central in honor of National Library Week. It includes images of dozens of beautiful library buildings, many of them Carnegie Libraries, which were built between 1890 and 1920. The postcards are part of […]