Armchair Travels Join children's librarians Cathy and Mary as they read creepy stories and share the history behind some well-known and lesser known spooky places in West Virginia.
October 27, 5:00 PM
TEENS: Minecraft Madness Join us every Wednesday at 4:00 PM on Discord and Xbox Live to play Minecraft! Send our Teen Librarian an email with your Discord username and Xbox gamertag to be invited to our server.
October 28, 4:00 PM
Virtual Storytime Enjoy a new story with us on Facebook. Plus suggestions for other great books for children.
October 28, 10:30 A.M.
TEENS: Anime Afternoon Online Join us on our Discord server as we chat and watch different anime shows and movies! Send us an email with your Discord name to be added to the server.
October 29, 3:30 PM
5 Word Story Whats happening in the picture? Tell us in 5 words!
October 29, 4:00 P.M.
WV It Takes a Village Seniors Presentation Series: Your Guide to Disability and Disability Medicare WV It Takes a Village is a series of free seminars and workshops aimed to create a kinder, stronger and healthier community for our senior neighbors. Attorney David Pence walks us through the process of filing a disability claim and Medicare Specialist Tabitha Justice explains the medicare options that come with disability.
October 30, 2:00 PM
1st Chapter Fridays Sneak peek of a variety of chapter books for children
October 30, 3:00 P.M.
Halloween Movie Marathon We will be hosting a Halloween Movie Marathon all day starting at noon! If you want to join our Discord channel, send our teen librarian an email with your Discord username to get a link to the server.
October 30, 12:00 PM
WV It Takes a Village Seniors Presentation Series: West Virginia Health Right, Inc: Filling Gaps in Care for WV Seniors WV It Takes a Village is a series of free seminars and workshops aimed to create a kinder, stronger and healthier community for our senior neighbors. Dr. Angie Settle, CEO, and Rhonda Francis, Clinical Coordinator, of West Virginia Health Right, Inc. will talk about the many services offered at the clinic that benefit our low-income seniors and other adults who are uninsured or have Medicaid or Medicare. Medical and specialist care, dental care, pharmaceutical services, behavioral health care, vision care, substance use disorder care, infectious disease testing, a robust health education program and mobile dental services are provided by the clinic to over 29,000 adults in need each year. They will discuss the history of the clinic, it's mission, the various programs and what services are offered and how to access care in this invaluable program.
October 31, 2:00 PM