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More for Adults

Be a Maker (BAM) Cart

Learn, create and make your own project
using the library’s BAM cart stocked with an interesting assortment of craft and maker supplies. 

Book Clubs
Book Clubs are a great way to meet other community members who enjoy reading and discussing books, share your ideas about what you read and even explore new genres. The Fauquier Public Library has numerous book clubs – each with its own personality! From the classics to recent best-sellers, we have a book club that reads that. The Friends of the Fauquier Library provide refreshments.

Belong to a book club? Check out these book club discussion guides!

DMV Connect
DMV Connect is an easy way to connect with the VA Department of Motor  Vehicles for all DMV transactions except vital records, testing and printed titles. Appointments required.  

English as a Second Language Classes
Piedmont Regional Adult & Career Education Programs offers classes to speakers of other languages wishing to learn or improve their English skills. Classes focus on life-skills English (shopping, going to the doctor, job applications). All classes are offered free of charge and are available for adults 18 years and older. 


Classes held Wednesdays at the Warrenton central library (6-7:30 pm) and Thursdays at the Bealeton Depot (adjacent to Bealeton library). Registration required. Contact Ali Vivas at or 540.317.0505 for meeting details or to register.


Meet the Author
Meet the Author is a series of virtual talks from best selling authors and thought-provoking writers.  It is sponsored by Friends of the Fauquier Library in partnership with the Library Speakers Consortium.  Two to three programs are offered each month. Check out the complete list of authorsregister for upcoming programs or watch past events on-demand.


The Naturalist Is In

Members of the Old Rag Virginia Master Naturalists answer questions about Virginia's flora and fauna. 

Older Wiser Learners (OWLs)
Monthly programs for active older adults. Enjoy interesting program topics, conversation, games and new friends. Free; no registration required.

Summer Reading Program

This annual program provides free programs and activities suitable for all ages, from birth to adult.  Participation promotes life-long learning, helps children retain their reading skills during the summer and motivates people of all ages to read.

Watch for details about the next summer reading program, coming soon!

Sundays at Two
Sundays at Two brings together distinguished writers, artists and scholars for conversations about their work and lives. Programs are held quarterly at the John Barton Payne Bldg. 

Tech Time @ The Library
Need assistance using your smart phone, tablet, or laptop?  Book a 30-minute session with our Tech Time volunteer and get help demystifying your device. Teaching and trouble-shooting only - no device repair. Appointments recommended; walk-ins will be accepted as time permits. 

Visit our calendar of events for the complete list of library programs.

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