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Butterflies on the Battlefield at Sailor’s Creek

Sailor's Creek National Battlefield Park 6541 Saylers Creek Rd., Rice, VA, United States

Come see the library staff at our booth on August 24! Sailor's Creek National Battlefield Park celebrates native plants, insects, and animals during this free event. What is the Butterflies on the Battlefield: Pollinator & Nature Festival? "Learn about pollinators and how to create a pollinator habitat in your own backyard. Enjoy educational booths, a pollinator garden, as well as crafts, nature games, and activities for the kids. Walk some ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Event Series Amelia Leadership Forum

Amelia Leadership Forum

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

What is ALF? Have questions for your county officials and community leaders? Every month, a leader will hold an open forum to discuss their jobs or duties and answer questions from the community audience. Everyone is welcome to attend this free event! ALF is now streamed on the Amelia Bulletin Monitor's Facebook page.

Bird of Prey Demonstration: Rodney’s Raptors

Library Lawn

See a live bird of prey demonstration by "Birdman" Rodney of Rodney's Raptors, Inc. Rodney is a conservationist, author of Bird Brother: A Falconer's Journey and the Healing Power of Wildlife, and one of the few Black falconers in America. Rodney's Raptors, Inc. is based in Charlotte Court House, VA. To learn more about Rodney's Raptors, Inc., visit their website at https://www.birdmanrodney.com/about/biography-bird-brother **Registration COMING SOON!** Due to limited space, registrations ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Public Shredding Event with Shred-It

If you have paper document that need to be disposed of safely, bring them to the public shredding event. Shred-It, a mobile shredding company that specializes in confidential shredding, will be in the parking lot for document drop-offs. Drop-offs will be accepted between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm in the library parking lot. Because of a capacity limit, please do not bring more than 3-4 boxes of documents for shredding ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Event Series Amelia Leadership Forum

Amelia Leadership Forum

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

What is ALF? Have questions for your county officials and community leaders? Every month, a leader will hold an open forum to discuss their jobs or duties and answer questions from the community audience. Everyone is welcome to attend this free event! ALF is now streamed on the Amelia Bulletin Monitor's Facebook page.

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

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