Do you want to learn how to eat more healthful foods, but don’t know where to start? On Thursday, July 8, at 2 p.m., a representative from Healthy Solutions will discuss what’s what in the produce department, and will have recipes available. Healthy Solutions is a nonprofit organization working to enhance the
lives of the underserved, underprivileged, and/or marginalized and to help them
make informed decisions about the food they eat.
All parents, teachers, nannies, and childcare providers are welcome to come to the Washington Highlands library every Monday at 10:30 a.m. Come and enjoy our summer reading baby/toddler story time program. Along with our regular summer entertainment, we will share some reading activities of our Sing Talk and Read (STAR) Program.
Let’s Swim teaches children about swimming and diving in pools, ocean and lakes. Filled with photographs of children swimming with floating devices, the images in the book present the skills, equipment, and safety concerns of swimming.
The DC Public Library is partnering with several health organizations in the DC area in support of National HIV Testing Day. You can join a representative from the Family and Medical Counseling Center at the Washington Highlands Interim Library at 2:30 pm on Friday, June 18 to learn more about prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS, and find out where you can get tested. On June 27, several libraries around the city will host rapid HIV testing centers with results in 20 minutes.
This summer promises to be a cool one when kids and teens sign up for
our summer reading programs. Kids from birth to age 14 can Make a
Splash and teens aged 12-17 can Make Waves this summer. Kids and teens
can get prizes for reading, even for reading some of those books on
your assigned summer reading list.This
Saturday, the Washington Highlands Library is pleased to present the
first of our summer programs, Karen O. Brown, in her Book Waves
program. Kids and teens can learn various construction techniques to