Edinburg, VA 22824
Phone: (540) 984-8200
Fax: (540) 984-8207
Ancestry at Home
The company behind Ancestry, the world's premier genealogical resource, is providing our users remote access while we remain closed to the public. All you need is a Shenandoah County library card to pursue your research from home. Click here to begin.
Online Library Cards
While we are closed to the public, Shenandoah County residents without library cards may apply for temporary numbers online in order to access our digital collections. Click here to complete and submit the application. A library staff member will then follow up with pertinent information and instructions.
Online Story Time
Check out a new online story time with Children's Services Coordinator, Erica Hepner each week on the Shenandoah County Library's YouTube channel. Ms. Erica sings songs, reads books, and checks in with our puppet friend, Hedgie Hedgehog! In addition, Ms. Erica will be recording videos of some of her favorite nursery rhymes, felt board stories, and songs to share with your little one at home. Click the link here to go to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/shencolibrary
Free Digital Content
TumbleBooks, a provider of digital content for all ages, has opened access to their resources for users as libraries remain closed due to COVID-19. Click here for information on signing in and benefiting from this generous offer.
New Digital Resource
Instantly borrow digital movies, television shows, music, eBooks, and audiobooks--free with your Shenandoah County Library card! To begin, download the hoopla app from your favorite app store or visit www.hoopladigital.com.
Your Shenandoah County Library Card provides access to a world of reliable online information. Begin your exploration by clicking here.
County Library Book Sale
While you're visiting the County Library, be sure to browse through our large collection of sale books. All are in great condition, and most titles are priced at just $2.00 each. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Shenandoah County Library System.
Response to Coronavirus Outbreak
Response to the Coronavirus Outbreak
(Updated 4:00 PM, Monday, May 18)
The Library Board has Adopted a Phased Re-Opening Plan
Our libraries run on Volunteer Power! More than 100 volunteers contribute at least 150 hours per week to keep our libraries running.
If you shop on Amazon.com it's easier than ever to support your Library! Just head over to Amazon Smile and search for "Friends of the Shenandoah County Library." Select them as your supported group, and that's it! Thanks for your support!
Remember to Renew
Avoid those late fees! Call us at 540-984-8200 or log in to your account online to renew your materials.