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—Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) 3rd US President, Democrat


Welcome to the Rappahannock County Public Library

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Welcome to the Rappahannock County Public Library


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The Book Barn has a large selection of used books at bargain prices. 

Open Saturday 9:00AM- 3:00PM

Phone: (540) 675-1125  



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Need Some Basic Computer Help? 

Mark Shepardson will be at the library on Wednesdays from 5:00-7:00 and Thursdays from 2:00-4:00 to answer your questions and provide some basic computer help: Downloading, Uploading, managing photos, creating Word documents, setting up an e-mail account...Mark will have the answers. 

 Second Friday at the Library

The Rappahannock Association for the Arts and the Community (RAAC) Second Friday at the Library Series is offered monthly from September through May when speakers are available. The talks are held at the Library on the second Friday of the month at 8PM and feature local authors and  speakers on topics of interest to the community.

Friday, November 14- Lester Brown

Lester Brown is an internationally acclaimed environmentalist, hailed by the Washington Post as "one of the world's most influential thinkers."

He thinks most often about global issues – population, energy, climate. Lately he has focused much of his attention on the politics of food and hunger. "There will be 219,000 people at the dinner table tonight who were not there last night," Brown notes, and his library talk will examine how struggles over land and water and crops will shape the twenty-first century. How will farmers keep pace?

Brown, born and raised on a farm, started his career as a tomato farmer in New Jersey. In the years since he has written dozens of books and won a MacArthur Fellowship "genius" award, among various honors. Brown is the founder of the Worldwatch Institute, which focuses on how a "sustainable" economy could take shape.

As a special bonus, Brown will be introduced by Bill Dietel, his friend for many years. The talk will be free. All are welcome.



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Rappahannock County Library
PO Box 55
4 Library Road
Washington VA 22747

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Phone: (540) 675-3780
FAX (540) 675-1290

Mon, Wed 10- 8pm
Tue, Thur, Fri 10- 6pm
Sat 10- 2pm

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