Come to the LGBTQIA+ Book Club!

The LGBTQIA+ book club meeting is at Chantilly Regional Library, on March 10 from 4:30 to 5:30 PM!

If you come, you will enjoy a lively discussion focusing on LGBTQIA+ characters, books, and themes!

Whether you are LGBTQIA+ or not, this book club will be fun and engaging!lgbt-2741369_1280


Upcoming Library Events

Here a couple of library events that we hope you can join us at!

  1. Teen Fandom Ornaments.

Create an ornament of your favorite thing, be it Harry Potter, Stranger Things, Dr. Who, or something else. Registration required. Friday, December 13, 4-5:30pm.
Martha Washington Library.

2. Hot Reads for Cold Nights.

Read three books between January 2 and February 29 and receive a coupon for a free book from the Lorton Book Sale. You’ll be entered into a drawing for an Amazon gift
card. Pick up a reading log at the Information Desk. Lorton Library.

3. Teen Art Club

Glow in the Dark Painting. We will paint using glow in the dark paint. Friday,
December 20, 4:30-5:30pm. Dolley Madison Library.

4. Canvas, Cookies and Cocoa!

Paint your masterpiece while having cookies and hot chocolate!
Saturday, December 21, 2-4pm. Patrick Henry Library.

5. Beginners Calligraphy and Elegant Writing Club.

Practice your calligraphy and handwriting with lessons and exercises. Pens and paper provided. Please arrive on time. Registration required. Tuesday,
January 7, 5-6pm. Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library


Hope to see you there!

YA Book Club Featuring Serpent & Dove

Serpent & Dove (Barnes & Noble YA Book Club Edition) (Serpent & Dove Duology Series #1)

The YA Book Club continues on the second Thursday of every month. Join us to discuss Serpent & Dove, a story about witchcraft and the perils of forbidden love. Plus, get a coupon for $2 Teavana teas (Café stores only). Contact your local store or visit for details.

This event will be at the Barnes and Nobles in the Tysons Corner Mall on Thursday October 10, 2019 7:00 PM.

*description taken from B&N website*

Capital Book Fest in Washington DC

On September 12, 2019 from 10AM – 6PM the Capital Book Fest will happen in the Woodrow Wilson Plaza in Washington DC. 

Browse over 12,000 gently used books, CDs, and DVDs, all on sale for under $6. Books are provided by Carpe Librum, a used, donation-based bookstore benefiting the DC nonprofit Turning the Page.

There’s something for everyone at this sale: children’s books, teen reads, brand-new bestsellers in amazing condition, classic vintage hardbacks, and more!

Hope to see you there!

Calling all writers!

Calling all writers!
Do you have a story inside you, clawing to get out? Do you like making up worlds and characters and setting them loose on each other? Do you want to share your writing with the world?
Well, we want to see it. Submit your work to the Reston Regional Library Teen Advisory Board’s writing contest!

Submission Guidelines:
1) Write a story or poem inspired by our prompt, the image below. Stories and poems should be no longer than two thousand words.
2) Submit your work to by August 1st, 2019. Please attach your work as a Word document (not a Googledoc). Please also use the subject line “TAB Writing Contest: [Title of Work]” and include your name and contact information in the body of the email.
3) We’ll contact you by August 15th to tell you if you’ve won!
4) (Optional) Let us know in your submission email if you’d like feedback on your work. We’ll give that to you by August 15th as well.

1st Prize: 75$ Amazon gift card
2nd Prize: 50$ Amazon gift card
3rd Prize: 25$ Amazon gift card


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Image Description: A girl with brown hair tied up in a bun, sitting at a booth in a restaurant with four beverages on her table. She is bent over with slumped shoulders and head drooping down.
The floor has checkered tiles and the booths are red and black with tables.


Events for Teens in FCPS Area


Join us for a showing of the Addams Family Movie and some Halloween treats. Movie is rated PG-13. Teens and Adults.
Monday, October 29, 2018
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Thomas Jefferson Meeting Room 1 , Thomas Jefferson Meeting Room 2 , Thomas Jefferson Library


Come to the library for an escape room experience. Can you solve the clues in time to find a cure for the zombie virus and save the world? Grades 7-12. R.
Monday, October 29, 2018
7:00pm – 8:00pm
Martha Washington Meeting Room 104A , Martha Washington Meeting Room 104B, Martha Washington Library


Library staff will demonstrate and guide you in printing out a small 3D project on our 3D printer. Adults, teens, ages 9-14 with adult.
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
6:00pm – 9:00pm
Kings Park Library


Calling all ghouls and boys….join us for a Spooktacular Halloween Party! Come dressed in your favorite costume, play some games and decorate mini pumpkins. Light refreshments and music. Please register all ad…
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Burke Centre Meeting Room 116, Burke Centre Meeting Room 117, Burke Centre Library