Upcoming Events at the Ashland Library

Check the Ashland Library’s Calendar page for a complete list of Upcoming Events at the Ashland Library. Below are events we think will be of particular interest to Friends of the Ashland Library Members and their families. For more information on any of these events or programs, please call the Library at 804-798-4072.

BryanThe History Crisis in America: Myth or Reality?
Rescheduled: Sunday, April 10, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 24
Charles Bryan, former President of the Virginia Historical Society, will talk about the intriguing subject of “The History Crisis in America: Myth or Reality.” Copies of his book, Imperfect Past: History in a New Light, will be available for signing.
Light refreshments provided by the Friends of the Ashland Library.

Friends of the Library Book Sale

The Friends of the Ashland Library maintains a continuous book sale at the Ashland Branch Library. You will find bargain fiction and non-fiction, audio books, and videos in the area around the copy machine and sometimes in the entrance hallway of the library. You can donate your gently used, unwanted books, audio books and videos to the Friends at the library circulation desk for the on-going sale. Proceeds from the sale are used to fund some of the library’s programs and sponsor special events. Please do not donate encyclopedia sets, Reader’s Digest, or textbooks over 5 years old. (Those items can be taken to the Goodwill store.)

Read about our annual July 4th book sale.
Read about our Spring Book Sale.

Got (too many) Books?


How about DONATING them to the Friends of the Ashland Library for our ongoing book sale?

Just leave them at the Library Circulation Desk.
(Receipts are available for tax-deduction purposes.)

THANK YOU for helping the Ashland Library!