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: In-depth language study for a variety of learning styles.
: Audio and written lessons allow you to test yourself along the way. Choose Mango Complete for in-depth instruction, or Mango Basic to get you started.
: An easy and fun way for the youngest learners (ages 0-6) to gain the building blocks of another language by learning the basic vocabulary that relates to their daily life.
: The award-winning language program for grades K-8. Watch the Muzzy story and learn even more with interactive games and activities.
: Children’s collection of animated talking picture books in French and Spanish including games, puzzles and quizzes.
On Saturday, April 20, Loudoun County’s Department of Information Technology will perform required network maintenance that will impact information and network services at all Loudoun County Public Library locations and on the Library’s web site.
Access to the Internet will not be available on library computers for most of the day. However, Wi-Fi service will be available for patrons to access the Internet with their own laptops or other devices. Payment of fines and placing holds on items will also be unavailable. Although there may be a delay in processing, staff will be able to issue new library cards and check in and check out materials to patrons.
Telephone service might also be impacted. In addition, several services accessed via Loudoun County Public Library’s website will also be unavailable; these include the online catalog, databases, and all e-book services.
Five Daily Practices to Keep You Organized presented by Julie Gray of Profound Impact.
Rust Library. Saturday, Sep 20 at 11:00 a.m.
Pet Adoption 101 presented by Loudoun County Animal Services.
Learn tips to help you choose the best pet for your lifestyle and how to introduce a new pet to the family. Ashburn Library. Saturday, Sep 20 at 2:00 p.m.
Developing Life-Long Readers: Strategies for Parents & Educators of Pre-K through Grade 3
presented by Debbie Sharples, Hill School Reading Specialist. Gum Spring Library. Sunday, Sep 21 at 2:00 p.m.
Loudoun County Public Library