County Library

514 Stoney Creek Blvd
Edinburg, VA 22824
Phone: (540) 984-8200
Fax: (540) 984-8207
Open for Browsing: 
Monday: 10:00 - 6:00
Tuesday: 10:00 - 6:00
Wednesday: 10:00 - 6:00
Thursday: 10:00 - 8:00
Friday: 10:00 - 6:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 3:00

The County Library will be closed Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, July 5. For the schedules of our other locations, please contact these libraries directly.

Back by popular demand! Enjoy full access to the New York Times, in the library or from home. Whether you’re managing finances, tackling tough parenting problems or simply looking to make sense of this moment, rely on NYT's original, quality journalism to lead the way. 

 

As a Shenandoah County Library patron, you now have unrestricted Web access to the Washington Post, whether you are in the library or at home. To access the site from inside the library, simply click here and begin browsing. To access from home, click here and follow the instructions to browse the site for seven days. On the eighth day, revisit this offsite link to receive another seven day pass. Repeat as needed!

We invite children and their caregivers to join us for our weekly storytime programs! Preschool Storytime meets Tuesday mornings at 10:30 AM and appeals most to children ages 2-5. We check on our puppet friend, Hedgie, read books and sing songs.
The County Library offers a weekly School-Ager Story Time every Wednesday morning at 10:30 AM. School-aged kids, approximately ages 5-10, are invited to join us for longer read-alouds, great nonfiction titles, and even chapter book recommendations! This program will appeal to homeschoolers, preschool storytime graduates, and public school friends on holiday breaks.
Books & Babies meets Thursday mornings at 10:30 AM and is designed to engage infants 24 months and younger with their caregivers. At Books and Babies we read one short book, sing many songs, recite nursery rhymes, and play with puppets. At all our storytimes we make some noise and move around!
 
All children and their families are welcome at our storytime programs.  Call the library at (540) 984-8200 if you have any questions.

For the first stop on our Great American Road Trip 2020 reading challenge, try one of these titles set in New England!

Choose a book from this list to get lost in the American South, the second stop on our Great American Road Trip reading challenge.

Browse these wonderful titles to start the next adventure in our Great American Road Trip reading challenge. Will you choose a quiet romance on the great plains or a heart-stopping murder mystery in the windy city?

We've reached the Pacific in our Great American Road Trip reading challenge. From Washington state down to California, there is sure to be a book on this list for you!

While on an actual road trip, Alaska and Hawaii may be a bit out of reach, with a good book there is no state too far! Pick your bonus location, the Last Frontier or the Aloha State, to finish out our Great American Road Trip reading challenge.

 

Alaska:

Hawaii:

The company behind Ancestry, the world's premier genealogical resource, is providing our users remote access while we remain closed to the public. All you need is a Shenandoah County library card to pursue your research from home. Click here to begin.

Instantly borrow digital movies, television shows, music, eBooks, and audiobooks--free with your Shenandoah County Library card! To begin, download the hoopla app from your favorite app store or visit www.hoopladigital.com

Your Shenandoah County Library Card provides access to a world of reliable online information. Begin your exploration by clicking here.

 

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Check back at our redesign landing page often for updated links and information about the redesign.

This library provides services that are available to every resident of Shenandoah County. The investment in this public space is an investment in the future our community. To make this new library design truly reflective of the community we invite you to be a part of the design process! In May, June, and July there will be scheduled events and activities for you to share your voice and ideas to help shape the future of your Library. Check back at this page often for updated links and information about the redesign.

Save the dates below for opportunities to learn more about the project and share your thoughts:

Wednesday, May 25th (4-5 PM)

Community Visioning Workshop, County Library Multipurpose Room

Thursday, June 2nd (6-7 PM)

Virtual Community Visioning Workshop

Thursday, June 23rd (5:30-7 PM)

Library Design Workshop, County Library Multipurpose Room Food provided and family friendly

Thursday, July 21st (5:30-7 PM)

Library Design Workshop, County Library Multipurpose Room Food provided and family friendly

Additional opportunities to share your thoughts will launch the week of May 23rd