This Week at the Library - Remote Printing, World Music, New Exhibit, & More

This Week at the Library - Remote Printing, World Music, New Exhibit, & More

New Exhibit at Handley Library – The Strength of Women:  Suffragette Movement

Our display this month shows elements of the local fight for women’s right to vote.  The display highlights Fannie Baker Dunlap, who registered for the vote on October 2, 1920 at 56 years of age, and Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon, a member of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia. In fact, Winchester’s first two women, Isabel E. Baker and Frances W. Beverly, registered to vote on August 27, 1920 – exactly 100 years ago this month.  More information is available here and at the Stewart Bell Jr. Archives.

Virginia Readers’ Choice Nominations for Elementary and Middle School

Voting begins for the Virginia Reader’s Choice books, an annual initiative sponsored by The Virginia State Reading Association, in Association with The Virginia Association Of School Librarians, The Virginia Library Association and The Library of Virginia Youth Services.  The VRC book nominations can be found by searching the Handley Regional Library System catalog using the search tag #vrcmiddle2019 and #vrcelementary2019 as well as on Libby and Hoopla.   More information is available at

Service Spotlight:  Remote Printing – Print from Anywhere and Pick-up at the Library! PrintME is available at Bowman Library and Handley Library.   Users can upload their documents to the PrintME app,, or at home, on the go, or even at the library.  Users will receive a confirmation code to take to the PrintME station and pay with a credit card for a quick, contactless transaction.  Small printing charges apply.  More information and instructions can be found at

Hoopla Highlight:  World Music Streaming Now

Hoopla - our free streaming platform for movies, TV, music, and more - is featuring a collection of artists from around the world.  You can stream the music for free with your library card at or view the collection here.

Upcoming Programs for Kids and Teens– Virtual at @handleyregional on Facebook

For more information, contact the public relations department at or visit the library website at