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April Highlights

National Library Week

National Library Week is April 9-15

Celebrated since 1958, National Library Week is set aside each year to acknowledge the importance libraries hold in their communities. On Tuesday, we celebrate National Library Workers Day, honoring librarians, circulation assistants, and other library staff. We commemorate National Bookmobile Day on Wednesday, celebrating the bookmobiles of past and present. What's the best way to celebrate? Visit your favorite Washington County library!

RH Stafford Book Sale

Annual Book Sale at R.H. Stafford Library

Do you sometimes wish you could keep that book all to yourself instead of having to return it? Now is your chance! Stock up on books, movies, music, and more on April 7th and 8th at R.H. Stafford Library's annual book sale. For the best selection, shop early on Friday. For the best deals, shop late on Saturday for our $5 bag of books closeout. Learn more about the R.H. Stafford Book Sale.

STEM Saturdays

Enjoy STEM Saturdays throughout April

With spring near full bloom, Washington County Library is focusing on the science of nature for its April STEM Saturdays. Children can engineer structures to withstand the wind, build a seed germination house, learn about watersheds, see one-celled organisms, and more. Learn more about April STEM Saturdays.

Chilton Library

Digital Resource of the Month: Chilton Library

April is National Car Care Month and to celebrate we're highlighting one of our newest digital resources, Chilton Library. Whether you have a classic or a clunker, use the Chilton Library to find manuals, schematics, and more for nearly any automobile you may need to service. Chilton Library is free and can be accessed from the library or from your computer at home. Learn more about the Chilton Library.

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