News Flash

Posted on: June 1, 2020

Curbside Pickup Hours Now Expanded

We have expanded our curbside pickup hours! Reserve items online. Then, once they are ready, pick them up at the library anytime Monday-Friday between 10 am - 6 pm or Saturday 10 am - 2 pm. Learn more...

Reserve items through our online catalog. Once you are notified your items are ready, swing by the library and we’ll drop them in your trunk!  To learn how curbside pickups work, visit our website at www.fallschurchva.gov/CurbsidePickup...

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: June 29, 2020

Mary Riley Styles Public Library Is Going Fine Free!

In an effort to remove barriers to service, we will no longer charge fines for overdue materials starting July 1st, 2020. All previously assessed fines for overdue materials will also be forgiven.

Lost, missing, or damaged materials will remain on patron accounts until those materials are returned or the replacement fee for the material is paid depending on condition. Materials that are 30 days overdue are automatically billed to the patron account...

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: June 15, 2020

Library Support for Racial & Social Justice

Read statements in support of racial and social justice from the Library Director and Board of Trustees. And find resources - including reading lists - on the subject. Learn more...

News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: June 22, 2020

MRSPL Foundation Announces Chet De Long Award

An annual Award for Outstanding Service has been established in honor of longtime library board member and volunteer Chet De Long.

Chet De Long Award for Outstanding Service

The Mary Riley Styles Public Library Foundation announced this week an annual award for outstanding service to the Mary Riley Styles Public Library, in honor of Chet De Long.The Chet De Long Award for Outstanding ...

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: June 1, 2020

Summer Reading Program 2020

Our 2020 Summer Reading Program has begun! We have programs and activities for all ages: children, teens, and adults. And this summer, you can register and log your reading online! Learn more...

www.fallschurchva.gov/SummerReading

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: March 18, 2020

Your Library @ Home!

The library may be closed; but we're still offering many of our services and programs online. Try one of our virtual storytimes, book discussions, ebooks, or online classes (to name just a few!). Read on...

Try Our New Library @ Home Page

We’ve set up a new Library @ Home page listing all the MRSPL resources - online programs, digital collections, and staff contact information - you can still access and enjoy while the library is closed due to COVID...

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Library@Home News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: March 16, 2020

Information About Library Closure

In response to COVID-19, the library is closed until further notice. Learn more about what library programs and services will be available during the closure.

Library Building Closed, Programs Moved Online, Curbside Service Now Available

  • The library building (temporary location at 601 S. Oak Street) is closed to the public until further notice. 
  • All programs and events - including offsite programs - have...
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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: April 20, 2020

What to Read Next?

Trying to figure out what to read next? Tell us what interests you and we'll send you some personalized suggestions!

Personalized Next Read Suggestion

Not sure what to read next? Got a picky reader at home? We have the answer! Submit one of the forms below for personalized book suggestions! We’ll use the information provided to match you with a book to suit you...

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www.fallschurchva.gov/What-to-Read-Next News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: June 5, 2020

Statement from Library Director Jenny Carroll

Library Director Jenny Carroll has released a statement on recent events.

To the community both local and nationwide:I am horrified and saddened about the treatment of African Americans in our country. This is not just a law enforcement issue. How we treat the African American community is all of our responsibility and concern....

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library