The District's new libraries stand out in their neighborhoods, and they continue to win praise nationally. The Wall Street Journal has recognized the William O. Lockridge/Bellevue and Francis A. Gregory libraries as two of the best designed buildings for 2012.
On Wednesday, Jan. 9 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., learn basic computer skills, gain an understanding of health literacy, learn to use government-sanctioned medical websites and how to find health information online.This 2.5-hour workshop will be conducted by P. I. Advocates International Inc., a community education nonprofit. Seniors are welcome.Questions? Call us at 202-243-1186.
The High Noon Book Club will be discussing The Kite Runner, a novel by Khaled Hosseini, on Monday, Jan. 7 at noon in Third Floor Room B.Join us as we delve into this intriguing book set in Afghanistan.
I should start by saying that prior to reading this I was not a fan of DC Comics or Batman. I've always found Batman to be too simple to warrant the title of a superhero. I mean, let's be honest: He's really just a rich ninja with a lot of cool toys. But this book changed my mind on Batman and DC Comics.
Looking for Halloween-themed suggestions?Come on over to William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library and join us for a celebration of fun things to do like popping popcorn and watching scary movies. Children can make funny Halloween picture frames to take home.
Teens, adults and seniors, please join us for an engaging discussion on HIV Oct. 11 in the main meeting room at 6:30 p.m.During our discussion, we will: • Facilitate a conversation about HIV transmission, testing and care;• Tell stories about people's experiences in the community;• Provide resources for prevention and care; and• Discuss how poverty and racism promote HIV.