The architects for the new Fairfield Area Library (BCWH) are looking for input from the community. They have scheduled six meetings and ask that interested people attend and let them know what they’d like to see in the new Fairfield Library. The meetings will be held on the following dates and times:
Tuesday, March 28 at the Fairfield Library
2 pm focus on Seniors
5 pm focus on Teens
7 pm General Meeting for All
Wednesday, March 29 at the Fairfield Library
11 am focus on Parents and Caregivers of Small Children
Wednesday, March 29 at the Eastern Recreation Center
7 pm General Meeting for All
Saturday, April 1 at the Fairfield Library (extra session!)
10 am General Meeting for All
We hope you can attend one of these meetings and let the architects know what you’d like to see in the new Fairfield Library.
You can also take a quick survey to provide input.
If you or anyone you know is interested in becoming a U.S. citizen we will be hosting a series of Naturalization Information Sessions over the next few months. The sessions will be conducted by a representative of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. They will cover:
- Naturalization eligibility requirements
- The naturalization process
- The naturalization test
- Rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship
More information about the sessions and naturalization can be found on the USCIS website.
The dates, times and, locations for the sessions are:
- Monday, March 20, 6:30 pm – Twin Hickory
- Saturday, April 22, 11 am – Sandston
- Saturday, May 6, 11 am – Tuckahoe
- Monday, August 7, 6:30 pm – Varina
- Monday, September 11, 6:30 pm – Libbie Mill
We are accepting diaper donations at all of our libraries during the month of March. All of the diapers will go to the Capital Diaper Bank for distribution to “infants, toddlers and their families who are experiencing a financial crisis due to homelessness, medical challenges, hospitalization, and disasters.”
Help keep babies healthy and happy!
The Henrico Christmas Mother donation season is coming up, and our Teen Advisory Boards are asking for your help. They want to be able to deliver A LOT of books this year to the Christmas Mother and would appreciate your donations of new books for children and teens.
Who is the Christmas Mother?
Since 1942, Henrico Christmas Mother has provided food, new clothes, toys, books and other gift items to Henrico families with children, seniors age 65+ and disabled adults during the holiday season.
Henrico County Public Library contributes by receiving your book donations during the month of November. When the Christmas Mother starts taking their donations in December, we deliver the books we have collected to the Christmas Mother’s warehouse, where they will be distributed to children in the county.
During the month of November, bring your donations of new children’s and teen books to any library location. We have donation boxes for collection. Thanks for your support in helping make Christmas a little bit brighter for children in need!
Please drop off your donations by Wednesday, November 30th.
For more information about the program, please visit the Henrico Christmas Mother Website.
Enter at your library for a chance to win a copy of this year’s All Henrico Reads novel, One Amazing Thing by Chitra Divakaruni.
All you have to do is fill out an entry slip and put it in a box.
Drawings will be held at the end of February and March.
Thank you to our friends at Shared Knowledge Literacy Foundation for donating the prize copies of the book.
Congratulations to this year’s Twin Hickory Library Lego Contest winners! There were over 100 awesome entries and hundreds of votes. Thank you to everyone who participated.