News & Views 3.22.2012

Literacy Volunteers Tutor Training Did you know there are 9,000 adults in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area who have difficulty reading anything more challenging then a picture book? Literacy Volunteers is recruiting volunteer tutors to donate their time to work with adults for approx 2 hours a week.  No teaching experience is required; you will be given […]

Antiques In Charlottesville

Antiques In Charlottesville

Antiques In Charlottesville is returning to town from March 23rd to 25th at the Main Street Arena. Mounted by the respected show management team of Melrose and Johns, the event will directly benefit our community with three days of shopping and more than forty antique exhibitors. Jay N. Melrose, the senior partner at Melrose and […]

Virginia Festival of the Book

Virginia Festival of the Book

Every few years, it seems, someone comes out with a study finding that Americans are reading less. But not in Charlottesville. In Charlottesville the driver looking down in the next lane over may be texting, or he may be rereading War and Peace. We love our books in Central Virginia, and we love our book […]