Welcome to the Heritage Public Library
Upcoming Events & Information
2013 Summer Reading Program begins June 15th! More information coming soon.
Book Discussion Group
Second Tuesday Book Discussion Group will meet May 14th at 1 pm at the New Kent location. Selection for May is "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Please join us.
Pre-School Story Time
Mondays at 10:30 in Charles City; Fridays at 10:00 in New Kent.
Charles City location: Monday, 4-6; For more information, call 652.2450.
Online homework support via Literati Public (Library Card required). See webpage OR call 966.2480 for more information.
Online Animated E-books for Kids from TumbleBooks!
Your library resources available anytime, anywhere:
We have been experiencing problems with books on hold.
If you are currently waiting for a book to become available, please check with the circulation desk to make sure you are still on the waiting list.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Encyclopedia Britannica Online
Use Britannica Encyclopedia Online for accurate research information.
Thank you to the
Kip Kephart Foundation
for making Encyclopedia Britannica Online available again this year!
Resources for Research, Homework Help with an expert teacher online, Job Search, Winter Reading Program, and more.
Free Online Homework Tutoring Hours
for Grades 3rd-12th with Math, Reading & Writing
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News from the Friends of the Heritage Public Library:
FOHPL is taking donations for the upcoming Booksale April 12-17 (National Library Week)
NOTE: More books & items available for sale in the Friends Corner of the Meeting Room in NK!
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The mission of the Heritage Public Library is to promote the development of independent, self-confident, and literate citizens through the provision of open access to cultural, intellectual, and informational resources.
"Serving the Citizens of Charles City and New Kent
for more than 31 years."
Thanks to all of our volunteers for
their years of service to our library!!!