WPL offers downloadable eBooks & eAudiobooks at http://swvapub.lib.overdrive.com
In order to check out items you will need your library card. Depending upon the title and your hardware, you'll be able to listen to or read these downloads on your computer, a CD, or portable device.
E-books are also available at Freading
. Freading is a growing collection of fiction and nonfiction eBooks. Titles are always available – no waiting in line even if someone else is reading the book. Click here
for more information.
Unlimited access to full digital copies of 50 of your favorite magazines on Zinio that can be viewed on your computer or mobile device.
Waynesboro Public Library welcomes your visit to the newly renovated building. Completed in June 2012, the renovations have brought most of the building up to date and more user friendly. Come enjoy the beautiful new space and find all the library has to offer.
We have built a well balanced collection of print and audio-visual materials for children and adults that includes early literacy kits, downloadable audio books, and large print books. Our online resources provide access for researching the family tree, finding homework help, and links for job seekers. We also offer innovative educational and cultural programs for everyone. Daily story times, monthly concerts and movies, and Summer Reading Programs are a few of the wonderful activities that the library offers. WPL plays a major role in educating our citizens and improving the quality of life; let our dedicated team provide you quality professional library services with a smile!
Our library is located in the beautiful and historic Shenandoah Valley, about 90 miles west of Richmond, VA and is well-known for its extensive local history collection for Waynesboro and Augusta County as well as its genealogy resources.
Founded in 1912 by the Philathea Class of the First Baptist Church, Waynesboro's library was the third Virginia Library to take advantage of the state law permitting the establishment of tax-supported public libraries. The first librarian was Virginia Leftwich, the mother of Ruth Graham (Mrs. Billy Graham).
9 am - 9 pm Monday - Friday
9 am - 5 pm Saturday
Seasonal Closing Dates
January 1 - New Year's Day
January - 3rd Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
February - 3rd Monday for Presidents' Day
May - last Monday for Memorial Day
July 4 - Independence Day
September - 1st Monday for Labor Day
November 11 - Veterans Day
November - 4th Thursday, Friday & Saturday for Thanksgiving
December 25 - Christmas Day
Showcase Your Art or Collection
WPL has several display areas to help share your passion with the community. The art wall for framed work is located on the main floor near the circulation desk. Each floor also has a display case in the entry area. Please contact the reference librarian to display your collection.