Story Time is a great way to develop literacy skills, and it’s a lot of fun. Check the story time page for the full schedule including story times at the branches.
Home-School Day: Join us at the main library the first, second and third Wednesdays of the month from 2:30-3:30 p.m. The first Wednesday of the month features STEM programming. The second Wednesday features our popular Lego Play. The third Wednesday offers Arts and Crafts. The Hayters Gap branch library offers a STEM program Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m.
Lego Play Saturday at Main library will usually be the third Saturday of each month but may change in case of holidays. Check the calendar for specific dates.
Homework Help & Crafternoons: The Hayters Gap branch library offers help with homework Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. Students who don’t have homework can enjoy crafts during that time period.
Book Clubs at Glade Spring library
The Glade Spring branch library offers a Teen Book Club, which meets every Tuesday at 4 p.m.
To grow little readers, check out the Day By Day Family Literacy Calendar, with songs, activities and videos for every day of the year.
Volunteering looks great on college applications and resumes. Volunteering at the library also counts to fulfill requirements for the Washington County Scholars program. If you’d like to volunteer, you can:
- Use our online Teen Volunteer Application Form, or
- Print this paper application form (.pdf format), fill it out and turn it in at the desk in the children’s department at main library. We have copies at main library too.
For more details about becoming a teen volunteer, see our Volunteer page.
Homework Help from Credo is for desktop or laptop computer use. It may also work on some tablets which are compatible with Adobe Flash. Click the Homework Help tab on the right side of your computer screen to activate Homework Help and get assistance from licensed teachers.