Blog

/Blog

Using Your Local Library as an Employment Resource

Looking and applying for a job can be very stressful.  There may be pressure to have a job immediately.  You may be looking for your very first job or looking for your first job in many years.  Either way, there is assistance available for both finding jobs and increasing your chances of getting just the [...]

By | August 15th, 2019|Blog|

Fall Book & Media Sale

That's right! The Friends of the Virginia Public Library Book Sale is back! Here's what you need to know about this event: When is the Fall Book & Media Sale? September 25 - September 27; from when the library opens until an hour before the library closes. Friends of the Library members get early access [...]

Sons & Daughers and Scandinavian Wirework

The Sutter Brothers - Ross and Bart - will present a 50-minute program of music and stories, poetry and song that explores the experience of Scandinavian immigrants, their ancestors, and their descendants. For more than thirty years, The Sutter Brothers have performed shows that integrate Bart’s original writing with Ross’ versions of traditional Scandinavian and [...]

By | May 2nd, 2019|Blog, Home Page Item|

Library Events @ Virginia Schools

If you know about the library, then you know about our wonderful events for both children and adults. But did you know that library events are not always at the library? We have a wonderful example coming to Virginia in April! The Virginia Public Library has partnered with Roosevelt Elementary to host a special Minnesota [...]

Winter Storytime 2019

Join us for stories, songs, crafts, and fun at our Winter Storytimes! Storytimes are designed for children ages 0-5, along with their adults. We will listen to stories, dance to songs, and make crafts to take home, plus other fun activities! We have a special event to look out for with our scheduled storytimes. Parkview [...]

Queen City Reads: Rare Birds

“For Gertrude, summer erupted.  She could hear it rustling and rocking along, every inch of the block a blast of color or noise or movement, the grass hollering and the bugs screeching.  Every pale leaf waving about.” Gertrude, is one of several unique individuals in Hibbing native Kathleen Novak’s Rare Birds.  While she is aware [...]