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New York Times best-selling author Chris Barton will sign copies of inspiring picture-book biography What Do You Do with a Voice Like That?, which illuminates Congresswoman Barbara Jordan's extraordinary life as a voice in civil rights, equality, and justice.Find out more »
In honor of International OCD Awareness Week, they're screening the documentary Unstuck, as well as a few other short films about OCD. Stick around after the films for small discussion groups led by local experts in OCD and OCD Connect RVA members with first-hand experience. RSVP with number of tickets needed. Thomas R. Fulghum Center […]Find out more »
Make your zodiac sign in stars and learn about your horoscope. Call or visit the library to sign up. For ages 11 to 18. Snacks provided by the Hanover Branch Library Friends.Find out more »
In this 7-session course, museum staff will prepare students to successfully complete the U.S. citizenship test. Like other citizenship courses, students will learn the civics and history lessons to pass the citizenship examination. Unlike other citizenship classes, this course offers students opportunities to personally interact with original historical objects, maps, books, and documents and engage […]Find out more »
If sibling drama is the problem, please join MegAnne Ford, Certified Parent Coach and Positive Discipline Educator, for an evening of problem solving and finding real solutions to bring harmony back into your home. You will learn: the common challenges that siblings invite, why our actions as parents or guardians often enable their poor behavior, […]Find out more »
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