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Love to settle down with a good book? The Mary Styles Public Library is the place for you. Along with hundreds of books the library also has Thursday Evening Book Discussions and Senior Book Discussions. There is also a Twilight Club for all of you Twilight fans.

The book discussions do not require registration, however the Twilight Club does require registration. If you would like to start your own book discussion ask for one of the New Book Discussion Kits. Mary Riley Styles Public Library is also listed as one of America’s Star Libraries.

For more information please contact:

Mary Riley Styles Public Library

120 N. Virginia Ave.

Falls Church, VA. 22046


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Sherwood Library serves & educates Mt. Vernon area

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Opened in 1971 and located at 2501 Sherwood Hall Lane in Alexandria, the Sherwood Regional Library provides many resources and services for residents, including hands-on technology classes, one-on-one tutoring sessions, 27 internet stations with Microsoft Office Suite and a computer with ZoomText software.

For those hosting community meetings or gatherings, the library has numerous spaces, including a meeting room that fits 200 and is often used for family literacy classes. Other spaces are four conference rooms for 12-45 people each, a group study room for four people and a quiet study room for 10. The library also hosts the Mt. Vernon Farmers Markets on Tuesday mornings from May to November and an ongoing book sale. For more information on library events, click here.

In addition, visitors can bring their laptop and use the wireless internet or bring children to use the Read to Me Room with puzzles, flannel boards and board books. For more information about the library and its services, click here or call 703-765-3645.