Handley Regional Library

    • Benefits of HRL Library Cards
      • Check out books, CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, and audiobooks from any HRL library. Delivery available to your home library if materials are located elsewhere in the system.
      • Download free music and Learn new languages
      • Check out eBooks, access eMagazines, and more
      • Place holds, check your library records, and make payments at home through our web page.
      • Return materials to all Handley Regional Library locations. 
      • Use free Internet service at Handley, Bowman and Clarke County libraries.
      • Checkout privileges at Loudoun, Fauquier, Warren, and Shenandoah County libraries.


  • LFCC Library

    Dual-Enrollment Students have access to the resources of the LFCC Libraries. In order to access the online resources from off-campus, you will need to have a MyLFCC/Blackboard username and password, which you will be automatically assigned when you are processed into the LFCC system.  For questions about finding your MyLFCC/Blackboard username and password as a dual-enrollment student, please contact the library. For questions about how to use the resources of the library, check out the other pages on the Library at LFCC website or contact us.

    Dual enrollment students needing a book or an article that is not available online may request to have the materials sent to them. They will need an LFCC student ID card or library card before they can borrow any materials. To be issued a library card, library staff needs to talk to the student over the phone. Students can call Toll Free – 1-800-906-5322, ext. 7170, or direct at 540-868-7170. Circulating books can be mailed with postage-paid return packaging included for materials that need to be returned. Mailing is limited to course-related items and excludes items like popular fiction. Please contact the library to request printed materials.

    Shenandoah University Library

    Community Users: Borrowing privileges are available to the local community for a $10 annual card fee. Community users must live in the City of Winchester or Frederick County, or in a county contiguous with Frederick County, Virginia. There are some restrictions on community users for certain types of materials. In addition, community users may, without charge, use library computers for a maximum of 60 minutes each day, though SU students always have priority when using computers. Visiting college students with ID who live in the Winchester area will be permitted access to SU computers for 60 minutes each day, depending on availability.

Other Resources

  • Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area

    A dedicated team of qualified volunteer tutors assists adults in building their literacy skills to be better prepared for today's job market, to get a promotion, and to be more engaged in the community. 
    They provide services to residents of the City of Winchester, Frederick County, and Clarke County. They provide one-on-one and small group tutoring for adults in the following areas:

    Basic reading, writing, and numeracy skills
    English Language Learners (ELL)
    Computer skills
    Personal finances


    Their Family Literacy program includes several components:

    Ensuring all adult students have a library card.
    Providing FREE books at several locations in the community, including the Little Free Library box.
    Volunteers read to children in preschools to increase awareness about the importance of adults reading to children.
    Designed and launched the Law Enforcement Reading to Children program.