Powhatan County Public Library
This month on June 20th at 1:00PM, PCPL will offer an inclusive program for adults with special needs and their caregivers. Each hour-long program will offer something different! Caregivers must remain with attendees during each program.
Thursday, June 7th @PCPL
6:00pm Summer Reading Program Kickoff - World Culture Fair
Thursday, June 21st @PCPL
6:00pm Retro Technology Program
Wednesday, July 11th @Pocahontas Elementary
11:30am Art Workshop
Wednesday, July 25th @Pocahontas Elementary
11:30am Visit from AWARE Wildlife
Thursday, August 2nd @Powhatan State Park
6:00pm Summer Reading Wrap-up with author Gail Timberlake
Saturday, June 23
1pm Powhatan Rocks Friendship Rock Painting
Saturday, July 28
1pm Hammered Flower Scarves
Saturday, August 25
10am—2pm Harry Potter Escape Room
Join us Monday, June 25th to discuss a famous artist or illustrator and then create your own art! We’ll explore printmaking, watercolors, collage and other art forms showcased in picture books. Masterpiece Monday starts at 2PM.
Use your S.T.E.A.M. skills to make something amazing! On June 26th at 2:00 PM, make some friends for the Wild Robot (ages 5+).
AGES 12-18 WELCOME!
YESTERDAY’S WORLD — THROWBACK
Tuesday, June 26th
5-7pm 70s Flashback Interactive Movie
Thursday, June 28th
5-7pm Tie-Dye Craft (Please bring clothing/fabric to dye)
JOURNEY TO ANOTHER WORLD
Tuesday, July 24th
5-7pm Interactive Fantasy Movie Event
Thursday, July 26th
5-7pm Fantasy Craft
AROUND THE WORLD — JAPAN
Tuesday, August 21st
5-7pm Anime Movie
Thursday, August 23rd
5-7pm Candy Sushi & Taste Testing
Tad and Sara reunite when she makes a discovery about King Midas' necklace. Millionaire Jack Rackham kidnaps Sara to try to find out the location of the separate parts of the necklace. This forces Tad and the Mummy of Paititi to embark on a desperate search to find and rescue Sara. The movie starts at noon on July 14th and is rated PG.
Children are welcome to borrow one of our “cars” while they enjoy the movie. PCPL cars will be available on a first come, first served basis, so be sure to arrive on time.
Our goal is to provide families with opportunities to introduce children to reading and language in a fun and interactive manner. Storytime attendance helps improve and reinforce early literacy skills.
Family Storytime typically lasts about 45 minutes and includes stories, flannel boards, fingerplays, rhymes, movement, songs and a related craft or activity. Ages 0-Kindergarten welcome.
10:30am Digging in the Garden
10:30am Ducks Quack
10:30am Jump Like a Frog
10:30am Creepy Crawly
10:30am Red, White & Blue
10:30am Summer Sunshine
10:30am Swim in the Ocean
10:30am Chirp with the Birds
July 31-August 1
10:30am Adventure with a Book
Please contact Caroline Shoenthal, email@example.com with questions regarding children’s programs.
Zinio Magazines has changed! Zinio has merged with RBDigital to offer you your favorite magazines. You can now access your magazines through the RBDigital app.
The RBDigital app is compatible with Apple and Android devices, as well as Kindle Fire, and can be found in each device's appstore.
You can sign into RBDigital using the same email address and password used for Zinio.
The Zinio for Libraries app will still be available until October 23, 2017, after which you will be asked to change to RBDigital. All of your Zinio magazines will transfer over to RBDigital with you.
Homework Help offers live teachers who can assist students in 3rd - 12th grade with Math, Science, Writing and SAT Prep. Accessible after school in the library or at home with a library card. Login to Literati and look for the words "Homework Help" on the home screen.
Homework Help is available during the school year Monday - Thursday 3:00PM - 9:00PM, and on Saturday 9:00AM - 3:00PM. Homework Help is not available on major holidays.
Book a Librarian Service
Schedule a one-hour appointment with a librarian to assist you with dedicated technology assistance. To book an appointment stop by or call the library at 804-598-5670 or by fill out this online request form.
Stop by the library and fill out a card application. Then explore the 54,000 titles we have to offer, in book, audio or video formats. If we don't have what you want, we can usually get it.
Access high-speed Internet, wi-fi and e-database information.
Bring the kids for fun-filled story times and sign up early for our summer reading program.
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Powhatan County Public Library was established on May 9, 1988. The current library building was constructed in 2001 and dedicated on November 3, 2001. The library is a department of the Powhatan County government.
The purpose of the library is to acquire, organize, provide access and offer guidance to a broad range of information, materials, and services. Primarily, this mission is to help fulfill the intellectual, educational, social, cultural, community, and recreational needs of all people in the County.
The library is locally funded through a revenue appropriation made by the Board of Supervisors of Powhatan County, Virginia. The Library also receives state aid funding from the Library of Virginia.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is appointed by and reports to the Board of Supervisors. The director reports to the governing body, the Board of Trustees, and in an advisory capacity to the County Administrator.
Regular meetings of the trustees are held the second Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m.