Masks Required for Library Entry (Age 5 and up)
The new amended Executive Order 63 requires patrons 5 and up to wear a mask before entering the library.
Thank you all for your continued support and cooperation in helping us keep the library safe and open!
Complete the Carilion 2021 Community Health Survey!
To better understand our community’s health needs, we have partnered with Carilion Clinic on a comprehensive community health assessment.
Through this assessment, we are conducting a survey to uncover potential issues and develop a plan to improve our community’s health. Please share your input by completing our survey and be entered to win a $100 grocery store gift card! Complete the survey at the link below or fill out a paper copy at the library.
Library Open to Public
Patrons may once again visit the Pearisburg Public Library in person!
The library is open to the public during the modified hours listed below.
Please be aware that some areas of the library may be closed off to ensure social distancing and sanitation practices.
Library users are encouraged to wear a mask when using the library, as well as follow social distancing guidelines. PLEASE, if you are sick or may be sick, visit us another time. The library also asks patrons to be responsible while browsing to minimize the amount of materials in quarantine.
Programs and study rooms are not available at this time.
See you at the library!
Modified Library Hours:
Monday/Tuesday: 1-5 p.m.
Wednesday/Thursday/Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
New Titles at the Library
Find your next read with our list of new titles added. The list will be updated, so check back.
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page!
Resources for Covid-19
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0CxtzJrTZi0XFJO2n1mQvCYDCSsC3ptwVL_rnRZeMqz6KfV9duKxvF2h8
Virginia Department of Health: http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/?fbclid=IwAR0GY2DwDgfpo0i-DFKDIRcplD5fK4MmpbC9M1kSFZ4k1pwQ1PO9piaZCM4
Calling all history buffs!
After WWI ended, the Virginia War History Commission surveyed Virginia veterans with a 4 page questionnaire. Help the Library of Virginia transcribe these questionnaires, or just browse.