Every Tuesday at 10 a.m. join us to share the fun of reading with your children ages 3-5 years! Children and their grownups will explore stories and activities to encourage children to develop a lifelong love of reading and learning. These 30-40 minute programs are designed to promote language and listening skills, expand children’s imaginations, and arouse their curiosity about the world around them.
The Dorothy I. Height/Benning Neighborhood Library will present a brief history about jazz with important facts about D.C.'s own Duke Ellington and how he was a major influence for jazz music.Then we will take a little time to "Jazz" along to some of the Duke's music! On Wednesday, April 24 at 1:15 p.m.For ages 7-10.
Spring is slowing approaching and Winter will be leaving us soon. Use this time to enjoy the rest of the Winter with a classic book. Parents can share an exciting book right next to the fireplace with their little ones. Stop past your local library to pick up some of these items!
What Are Some Goals You Want To Accomplish This Year?
So, 2012 is finally over and it's time to say goodbye!This is the right time to look back at 2012 and learn from all the mistakes we made, and to come up with a list of goals for 2013.According to USA.gov, here is the top list of goals people make:
Researching your family history can be an enlightening and rewarding experience. The DC Public Library has a wealth of resources to assist you in your family history project. Whether you’re a beginner or a novice, the library can play an effective role in helping you discover your family roots.
C.R. Gibbs, noted, local, award-winning historian international lecturer, author and historian of the African Diaspora, will present two lectures and presentations for Black History Month at the Dorothy I. Height/Benning Neighborhood Library.
Heading out of the library, a customer complains to her companion. "I can't find the book I need here," she says. "I'm going to order the book from Amazon.com. I hope it gets here on time!"I catch her before she passes the reference desk. "What were you looking for?" I ask.