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PHONE:  (540) 375-4112   |  ADDRESS:  City Hall, 114 North Broad Street, Salem, VA 24153

News in Salem

26

Sep

2019

Barks & Books

Read with a friendly therapy dog!  (grades 1-5; must be at least 6 years old)

26

Sep

2019

Picture Cube Puzzles

Come join us as we make picture cube puzzles.  This is a great craft!  You will need to bring 12 pictures (printed on regular paper), the size should be 2"X2" for all 12 pictures. If you need help with your pictures please see David (Teen Librarian) and he will help you with this process.  We will supply all other materials.  Stop by the front desk and see how this picture puzzle works.  This program is for ages 11 and up.

* you can bring 10 pictures that are 2"X2" and 2 pictures that are 2"high X 4"wide*

**You must register for this program!**

26

Sep

2019

DMV 2 Go

This full-service office-on-wheels is ready to help with all of your Virginia DMV needs! Just come on in to the DMV's mobile unit (located in our parking lot) and take care of the following:

  • Apply/renew your ID card (adults & children)
  • Apply/renew your driver's license - take road and knowledge tests; get your picture taken; reinstate driving privileges.
  • Apply for a Veteran ID card.
  • Get a copy of your driving record.
  • Obtain vehicle titles, license plates, decals, transcripts.
  • Order disabled parking placards or plates.
  • Get fishing and hunting licenses.
  • And much more!

26

Sep

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

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