Lamar Giles and Meg Medina In Conversation
Main Library - Auditorium
Join us for a literary afternoon with Lamar Giles, in conversation with Newbery Award-winning author and "Richmonder of the Year", Meg Medina.
Book Discussion of “Evicted” by Matt Desmond
January 17 & 22
Main Library - Gellman Room
Pick up a copy of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matt Desmond at any Richmond Public Library while supplies last, and join us for a discussion of the book on Friday, January 17 at 12 or Wednesday, January 22 at 6. Each discussion followed by a tour of the exhibit.
2021 YAVA Award Nominations
January 3 - January 31
It's time to nominate your favorite young adult Virginia author for the 2021 YAVA Award!
Gellman Room Concert Series: Jessica Wakelyn, Erin Wind and Hope Armstrong Erb
"Somewhere between the Shadow and the Light": An exploration of truth, illusion and human nature through the contrasting voices of Jessica Wakelyn, soprano, and Erin Wind, mezzo soprano, with pianist Hope Armstrong Erb.
Pardon Our Mess
Please pardon our mess over the next few months as the first floor bathrooms at the Main Library are under renovation.
Starting a Non-Profit: What You Need to Know
Main Library - Law Library
Learn what it takes to start a non-profit in this informative session lead by attorney, Charlie Schmidt.
Are you interested in printing your own designs on the Library's 3D printers? We are now offering use of our 3D printers to Richmond Public Library cardholders! Before reserving printer time, we require attendance at a 90-minute orientation session to cover the basic workflow, operation procedures and our usage policies. Sign up today!
Gellman Room Concert Series: Jefferson Baroque
"The Wow! Factor in Baroque Music": All baroque composers wanted to produce strong emotions in their listeners. Their music can speak directly to our feelings even after centuries of change. The music Jefferson Baroque has selected makes the performers say "Wow!" for many reasons. The concert is organized into segments like "Wow, that's flashy," "Wow, that's spiritual," and "Wow, that's romantic." Come and see the different ways 17th and 18th century music can move you.