Family Math, Engineering and Science Sundays is a bi-weekly program that encourages children 3-12 to learn more about the world around them through experiments, building and other activities.
Parental/caregiver participation is suggested.
Come relax to the sounds of Smooth Jazz in theSunday Smooth Jazz and Scrabble Loungeat the Bellevue Neighborhood Library. The Lounge opens in the Main Meeting Room on Sunday May 4 from 3 to 5 p.m.(every other Sunday following).
For those who need to come into the world of computers, this is the class for you. Overcome your fears and gain the skills that can get you ready for the workplace. Seats are filled on a first-come, space-available basis.Instructor: O. FontemVenue: Bellevue Library's Main Meeting Room
Do you want to make a difference in a child’s life?
Foster parents provide a safe, nurturing home for children or teens temporarily separated from their families through no fault of their own.
If you are interested in becoming a foster/resource parent, please come to one of these special info sessions taking place at DC Public Libraries.
Come join Bellevue Library on Saturday Nov. 15 for an Author Talk and Book Signing with K'Wan. He will be discussing Animal III: Revelations.
K'Wan has been featured in Vibe, Pages, King, Library Journal, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Press and Time Magazine, to name a few. K'wan was also the recipient of the 2012 and 2013 Street Lit Book Award Medals (SLBAM) in adult fiction for Eviction Notice and Animal.
Are you a huge fan of scary movies but don't like to watch them by yourself?You are definitely going to need someone to hold on to your your hand, so bring a friend with you! It's just a movie ... or is it?So join us here at the William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library. Share Vanessa's Big Screen and the scariest movies ever and enjoy popcorn with light drinks. We will have a blast!
Teens, join Ms. Carolyn Smith in the Teen Space here at William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library on Oct. 1 and Oct 15. This is where the teens come to meet up with friends and hear about all the great things that are happening here in your community library. Come and learn how drugs can harm you and how to stay drug free. Good for teens ages 13-19.
This summer, DC Public Library hosted a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math)-themed reading program for all ages from June 1 to Aug. 31.To cap off our summer of reading, we held drawings for readers 12 and younger who had completed timed reading or activity requirements. Our winners for Fizz, Boom, Read! are:
The High Noon Book Club Meets once a month, and is geared toward those with a high interest in adventures, thrillers, romance, fantasy, fiction or non-fiction books for pleasure.The High Noon Book Club took a summer break along with everyone else, and it's time to get the pages turning for the fall. A few upcoming book selections:
Drop by the Children's Room on the second floor for Banned Books Week (September 21-27) and discover how some great and memorable reads were denied to others. Take home a commemorative craft kit, submit your answer to the name of the banned book in the jar at the Children's Room desk, and browse the display areas for something special. The Monday Preschool story time (10:30 a.m.), children's Monday afternoon crafts (4 p.m.) and Tuesday movies (3:30 p.m.) will also feature a banned book.