VENUE COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS

Capacity at this venue is limited to 125 attendees. Early arrival is strongly encouraged.

Masks are strongly encouraged for all individuals in this venue, regardless of vaccination status.

Address & Contact Info

201 e Market Street, Charlottesville, VA 22902, United States

(434) 979-7151

Accessibility

Ramp to main entrance, a few feet from street street parking; hand button to open double doors. Handicap accessible restrooms.

Parking

Omni Parking Garage, Market Street Garage, Water Street Garage, various public parking lots and street parking.

Events at this venue

Unsung Women

Expand your understanding of three historic women in this inspiring panel with Ruth P. Watson, Virginia Pye, and Stephanie Dray.

Heavenly Bodies & Hot Sonnets: Modern Love Poems

In this panel, two Virginia poets develop new language to talk about love and describe modern relationships.

Wild Asana: Animals, Yoga, and Connecting Our Practice to the Natural World

Ticketed Event

Grab a mat and join author Allison Zak for an interactive yoga workshop and book talk.

Solastalgia: An Anthology of Emotion in a Disappearing World

Three authors will discuss the meaning of climate change in the face of the people and places they love and their vision of what we can create.

Natural Born Creatures

Join authors Erica Howsare and Nicolette L. Cagle for a discussion of three remarkable creatures that dwell in the natural world: deer, snakes, and humans.

Finding Your Voice: YA Fiction Pizza Party

Joins novelists Sarah Mughal Rana and Kelly Ann Jacobson for a talk about Hope Ablaze and Robin and Her Misfits, novels with teen characters who learn how to be true to themselves in extraordinary circumstances.

JMRL Book Swap

Swap your gently used books for something new to you. It’s free, fun, and for all ages!

Heart, Spunk, Magic, Chutzpah: Courageous Girls

Get inspired by these middle grade authors and their stories!

Healing Words: Poetry and Health

Two poets examine how the mind and body ail and heal.

The Write Start: Moseley Speed Critique 

Panelists will read aloud from anonymous submissions of the first 100 words of original, unpublished manuscripts, then discuss story elements that work, suggest story elements that could be improved, and answer questions from the audience.