Friday, February 7 at 10-11am
Learn about the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease, how the disease works, and how to manage and cope with the disease for seniors and caregivers alike. Presentation by Dianne Johnson of Commonwealth Senior Living.
Wednesday, February 5 at 6:30-8pm
Learn about water conservation and quality in Albemarle County. The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality will discuss a new study that includes Lickinghole Creek and other tributaries of the South Fork Rivanna River, and along with Wild Virginia, will provide information about causes of impairments on streams and what citizens can do to help.
Saturday, December 21 at 2-4pm
Destress from the holidays with a hot beverage bar, easy paper crafts, and light conversation — and experience hygge (“hoo-gah”, the Danish art of coziness) at its finest. Ages 18+. Registration requested starting November 30, but walk ins are welcome.
Friday, November 22 at 10-11:30am
This interactive workshop presented by Charlottesville Life Stories focuses on the importance of family history, the benefits of writing your life story, and the nuts and bolts of how to begin this process. Participants put pen to paper with mini writing exercises designed to get people excited and equipped to begin writing their life stories. Ages 18+. Registration required and begins Friday, November 1.
Wednesday, November 20 at 6:30-8pm
Learn how DNA testing can be used to identify ethnicity, family members, and medical information to uncover new information about your family history in this talk by Brianne Kirkpatrick, genetic counselor and author of The DNA Guide for Adoptees. Books will be available for sale and signing.
Friday, November 8 at 12-1pm
Local author Susie McKenna will discuss her latest thriller, Last Tracks. When a young married couple’s trip to the idyllic Canadian wilderness takes an unexpected turn, a snowshoe adventure suddenly becomes a fight for survival and ultimately revenge. Books available for purchase.
Captivate your little scientist with open-ended, child-led play which engages the senses. The children will explore bins containing a variety of sensory materials. Things will get messy, so dress appropriately. Ages 6-35 months. Requested registration begins July 26. Drop-ins welcome.
Drop by to create a magnificent magnet between 10 and noon. Best for ages 5 and up.
When William is given a small wooden castle as a gift, something about it feels magical. He learns just how magical when a miniature knight, included in the set, comes to life. Pick up a free copy of The Castle in the Attic written by Elizabeth Winthrop from the Crozet Library, read it on your own and then join other Page Turners for an hour of book club discussion and fun. Ages 8-11.
Required registration begins June 10.
Meet up with your friends at the Crozet Library for an afternoon movie (rated G or PG). JMRL will provide the popcorn – YOU bring a friend and some get-comfortable-pillows. The movie title elected by kids will be announced on July 29, so call the Crozet Library for details. Ages 6-11.
Requested registration begins July 15.