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Libraries Closed on April 18
Libraries Closed on April 18

All Richmond Public Libraries will be closed on Friday, April 18 for the Spring Holiday. Libraries will resume regular hours on Saturday, April 19.

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Events for Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Belmont
6-7:30pm
Seek the Unknown at Belmont Library
Learn about Richmond-area ghosts and things that go bump in the night with the paranormal investigation team, Spirited History. They specialize in using history to trigger otherworldly activity and will share ghost hunting gadgets and experiences! Recommended for ages 13 and up, please call 646-1139 to register.

East End
10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. Monday-Friday
Personal Care Assistant Training (PCA)
Amazing Hands Home Care offers certified 40-hour comprehensive training to adults to prepare for an entry-level position as a professional PCA in residential community and in-home care settings. The PCA skills-based training touches on many areas including compassionate communication, proper body mechanics, assistance with acts of daily living, fire safety, hospice, and self-care for the caregiver. Amazing Hands Home Care provides hands-on practice through lecture, small group discussion, class textbook and videos. Upon successful completion, students will receive an Award of Completion and a list of local employers who may offer special consideration. Call for tuition information (804)495-1038. Call the library to register (804)646-4474.

Ginter Park
6:30 p.m.
Family Halloween Story Time
Wear a costume if you like (no masks please) as we share some Halloween fun! For all ages.

Hull Street
10:30 AM
Preschool Story Time
Join us for preschool story time every Wednesday at 10:30 AM. We have books, music, and more!

Main
10:30
Preschool Story Time
Interactive story time for preschoolers ages 3-5 years with an adult. Stories, music, and more!

Main
12:00 p.m.
Richmond Public Library Board Meeting


Main
5:00- 6:30 pm
Job Club 4 Teens
Hey Teens! Get motivated, and stay motivated, to be successful in your job search! Experts from Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) will conduct workshops for those who are interested in earning extra cash during the winter break. If you are looking for employment during the winter holidays, this is the club for you. This job club provides tips on building a successful resume, how to dress and act for an interview. We will meet every other week. Call 646-7223 to register. Location: Children’s Program Room

West End
1:00-3:00
Computer Q & A
Bring your specific computer or eBook questions to our Q & A sessions for adults. Please register at the front desk when you arrive.

West End
6:30 PM
Adult Book Discussion Group
Join us for a lively discussion of the book Southern Lady, Yankee Spy by Elizabeth Varon. Elizabeth Van Lew was one of the most remarkable figures in American history. She led what one historian called "the most productive espionage operation of the Civil War." We will have several copies available at the front desk. New members are encouraged to attend.



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