Washington County library is offering virtual programs for you to enjoy at home. Check our calendar for upcoming virtual events.
Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, and the story of their feud provide a gateway into learning about the science, engineering, and history of electricity and how we generate it. This show engages students in thinking about this tricky topic through interactive storytelling, humor, and some very exciting demonstrations including a finale that will leave students feeling energized about science. This program will be available to view through July 17.
Please let us know what you thought by filling out a brief program survey!
Our children’s librarians are working hard to provide live and recorded storytimes for your little ones. There are multiple ways to participate in storytime:
Washington County Library has book clubs for all ages! Although we can’t meet in person, you can still participate in book clubs using Zoom.
Let’s Make Stuff is a creative class for adults featuring different projects. For this virtual series, basic materials will be available for curbside pickup prior to the program. Then, we will meet virtual to complete the project.
Class size is limited so registration is required through our online calendar.
Hear! Here! is a read-aloud series for adults of all ages, especially those who may struggle reading independently. Watch all of our Hear! Here! videos on YouTube.