STEM Programming is getting a little help at the William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library from the US Naval Academy. National Society for Black Engineers members affiliated with the US Naval Academy will be coming to talk about various programs and activities that they are working on.But, what is STEM?
Starting Oct. 28, Bellevue will host certified DC Health Link Assisters from Community of Hope every Monday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Assisters will be around to answer any insurance questions and help families enroll in a health plan.
Year Up is a nonprofit organization that has created a one-year intensive training and education program that provides high school graduates and GED recipients from the National Capital Region with a combination of hands-on skill development and corporate internship opportunities.
Get ready, the library is gearing up for National American Indian/Native American Heritage Month this November.Because you live in or near Washington D.C., there are a ton of resources available for you to take advantage of!
In the 21st century, libraries are about much more than books. On Saturday, Nov. 16, more than one thousand libraries around the world will showcase gaming programs and services in support of IGD13.Bellevue Library will play games from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Come join us for:
Looking for a great read to get into the Halloween Spirit?Check out some of these fantastic titles, some designed to scare and some designed to reassure your child that there is nothing to be afraid of when it comes to monsters. Silly or scary, these stories are guaranteed to be entertaining and perfect for Halloween!
Join us on Halloween (Oct. 31) from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for an evening of spookily fun activities.Come in costume and bring your library card for a sweet bonus.Games, snacks, competitions, photo opportunities, music, dancing and more!
The Kids European Festival in Washington, D.C. is one of the largest arts and culture events in the United States. In conjunction with the European Union, the French-American Cultural Foundation, and corporate and private foundations, local cultural institutions like the Kennedy Center For the Performing Arts and DC Public Library are able present more than 200 family events.