Talking To Your Child About Prevention and Safe Behavior
ABOUT MTAMetro Teen AIDS (MTA) is a community health organization dedicated to partnering with young people to end HIV/AIDS.During our 20+ years of service, MTA has provided educationprograms and prevention resources to well over 200,000 young people, family members, and youth workers in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.When: June 3, 10, and 17Time: 4 to 6 p.m.
Join us in the Main Meeting Room on Saturday June 14, 2014 from 1 to 3 p.m. for a free training seminar about the Home Buying Process! Don't just dream about owning a home, you may be ready to buy Right Now.
Thanks to the grant funding from the LSTA (Library Services and Technology Act) for the DC Public Library, the William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library was able to be one of the libraries that hosted programs encouraging a broader awareness of S.T.E.A.M.
Drop by for one or all listed events. Teen events are intended for those ages 12 to 19.Monday, April 1410:30 a.m.: Special story time and crafts2 p.m.: Teen UNO4 p.m.: Spring crafts4:30 p.m.: FYA Book Club, the Baby Girl Drama seriesTuesday, April 151 p.m.: Paper Making with the DC Department of Public Works3:30 p.m.: feature filmThursday, April 17
Teen Bingo is filled with lots of fun. If you are still trying to meet friends from the community, then Monday Night Bingo in the Bellevue Library Teens Room is the right place for you.Join the fun Monday, April 21 at 5 p.m.
UNO is a great card game, this fairly easy to learn game gives endless hours of fun time.If you don't own a set of cards, stop by the Bellevue Library and play a game or two with other teens in the community. Be the first to score 500 points.Points are scored by getting rid of all the cards in your hand before your opponents, and you score points left in your opponent's hand.
A commonplace book is a traditional means of compiling and sharing knowledge in use since the Renaissance. Where as one person may keep a journal to supplement their memory, a commonplace book can serve as a collective memory for an entire community!
May is Older Americans Month. Since 1963, our nation has designated this month as a time to celebrate the many contributions of older Americans and to focus attention on staying healthy and active.From 1963 until 1973, May was referred to as Senior Citizens Month. In May 1974, President Jimmy Carter changed the name to Older Americans Month.