VENUE COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS
Capacity at this venue is limited to 175 attendees. Early arrival is strongly encouraged.

Masks are required for all individuals in this venue.

Address & Contact Info

233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, VA, United States

(434) 260-8720

Accessibility

Elevators on site.

Parking

Two-level parking deck on site accessible via 4th Street.

Events at this venue

Justice Rising: Robert Kennedy’s America in Black and White

In Justice Rising: Robert Kennedy’s America in Black and White, Patricia Sullivan examines Kennedy’s story with the Black freedom struggles of the 1960s.

Where the Truth Lies: Racism and Reckonings

What comes about when an ethnographer and storyteller confronts a painful legacy of racism? And what happens when a scholar of white supremacy researches her own family’s troubled history?

Same Page Community Read: Florence Adler Swims Forever

Each year, the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library invites all book lovers to participate in the Same Page Community Read, providing local residents with the opportunity to read and discuss a single book within their community.

Standing Up to Hate: August 2017

March 21, 2024 11AM – 12:30PM
233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, VA, United States

Firsthand accounts of members of the Charlottesville Clergy Collective recalling their experiences in resisting white supremacist violence in Standing Up to Hate: The Charlottesville Clergy Collective and the Lessons from August 12, 2017.

Soul in Celebration

March 21, 2024 12:30PM – 2PM
233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, VA, United States

Three poets celebrate Black womanhood, weaving joy and elegy together in their verse.

Black Women’s Collectives

Authors Ethel Morgan Smith and Courtney Thorsson explore how the bonds of Black women shaped America today.

Dark Imaginations

Across time and genre, four authors explore the dark side of their imaginations.

The Texture of Family: Black Fiction

March 22, 2024 10:30AM – 12PM
233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, VA, United States

Join as authors Jeffrey Blount, Donna Hemans, and Joanna Skerrett discuss their novels that explore the texture of Black families.

Multigenerational Fiction: Ghosts and Secrets

March 22, 2024 12:30PM – 2PM
233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, VA, United States

Jimin Han’s The Apology, Denene Millner’s One Blood, and Idra Novey’s Take What You Need explore the meaning of legacy across generations.

Blue Ridge Thrillers

Three debut Crime Wave authors find the seamy underbelly lurking below the cool silhouette of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Blue Hour

A Black Japanese woman recovering from the emotional scars of a miscarriage ponders questions of motherhood when a boy in her community becomes a victim of police brutality.

The Links Inc. Brunch

March 24, 2024 11AM – 1:30PM
233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, VA, United States

The chapter is in its 21st year of hosting their annual Festival of the Book brunch, which invites the community to listen and learn more about authors invited to the festival who have written about African Americans, the African diaspora or who are African American authors.