Special Programs for Adults

Service Update

We are no longer offering Curbside service. Please keep any items you have checked out until we reopen. We’re extending all due dates, so don’t worry about any automated notifications you may receive. There are NO overdue fees while we are closed!

All updates to services will be posted on Facebook, Instagram, and WaynesboroPublicLibrary.org

Staff can help you access and navigate our many digital resources and answer questions. You can call us at (540) 942-6746, Monday - Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m.

If you have recently returned an item via the outdoor book-drop and it's still showing as checked out don’t worry your item may not be checked-in until we re-open. We’re following a special process based on CDC guidelines and making sure holds are filled.

Now is the time to give digital resources a try! If you have any trouble or your card is blocked just give us a call. We will do what we can to get you access to our online materials.







Exhibits:

A Celebration of Black History 
February 3 - 29


This poster exhibit from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History explores various aspects of African American history and accomplishments.

Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial 1743-1943
April 2 – 30


Created and displayed in Washington D.C. for the bicentennial of Jefferson’s birth in 1943, this period exhibit showcases Jefferson’s portraits and architectural work.

Monticello and the Legacies of Slavery 
April 2 -30


This traveling exhibit examines slavery at Monticello as well as its painful legacies, among them the burdens of inequality still carried by many people of color in the United States. It draws heavily from material gathered through the Getting Word Oral History Project, amplifying the voices of descendants of Monticello’s enslaved community. Courtesy of Monticello.

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story 
May 1 - 30


This poster exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit Services and the  Smithsonian's Asian Pacific American Center and celebrates Asian Pacific American history across a multitude of incredibly diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shaped and been shaped by the course of our nation’s history.