William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Neighborhood Library

Free PC Basics Classes

The library, in cooperation with Byte Back, is offering free PC Basics computer classes at Capitol View Library and Anacostia Library starting in November. Classes will be offered morning, early afternoon and late afternoon.You must be a D.C. resident to enroll in this program. All students must present proof of residency on the first day of class to be admitted. To register, call Byte Back at 202-529-3395 Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Kia Dupree's Visit to Washington Highlands

On October 21, Kia Dupree Local author of the book Damaged visited the Washington HighlandsLibrary for an author talk and book signing.  She read excerpts from her book to the audience and had a question & answer session at the end of her discussion.The community enjoyed the dynamic discussion about her book and what inspired her to write it.This is the second local author that we have hosted here at the interim library.I would like to thank the community for coming out and participating in our book discussion.

Washington Highlands High Noon Book Club

The Washington Highlands High Noon Book Club meton Monday November 1, 2010.  We discussed the book Any Minute by Joyce Meyer.  We would love for you to join us for our next discussion.We will be reading The Shack by William P. Young onMonday December 6, 2010  We have a few copies available at the library.For more Information call 202-243-1185

Book Review, Ages 3-7

Duck, Duck, GooseWritten and Illustrated by Tad HillsAges 3-7

"Let's Go, Pegasus!"

Let’s Go, Pegasus! is based on a Greek myth.  Written for young children, the book is full of magic and adventures that capture the imagination. You cannot put it down until the last page has been turned. 

Children's Book Review and Activity

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Author Talk with Kia Dupree

The Washington Highlands Library will hostKia Dupree for a book discussion and signing.Come participate in a live discussion of her book DamagedThursday October 21, 20107:00pm

Washington Highlands High Noon Book Club

The Washington Highlands High Noon Book Clubhad a wonderful discussion this month, talking aboutthe book "My Sister's Keeper" by Jodi Picoult.  The book was about a family who had two childrenand the eldest became sick with cancer.  The Parents made the decision to have another child who would help save the life of the sick daughter.  The youngest daughterwas used for more than 11 years giving blood, giving bonemarrow, and ultimately to give a kidney.  She refused.  Read the book to see what happens.

Book Review for Ages 12 - 18

Silly Corny Jokes Laughter, is it really good for the soul?  Do you like to listen to corny jokes children tell? If you do, children can tell the funniest jokes with a straight face, or maybe they may have a sweet little smirk on their face to make you laugh.  To get an idea of what I am talking about,

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