Georgia Douglas Johnson's 'Washington: Heart and Home'
Come and enjoy a summer long series of book discussions and film documentaries that hightlight the enormous influence of Washington's George Douglas Johnson on emerging writers, poets, and scholars such as Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Zora Neale Hurston, Jean Toomer, Langston Hughes, Marita Bonner, Jessie Redmon Faust, Alain Locke and others.
Are you curious about the 2013 DC Public Library's Summer Reading Program?If so, you want to attend the kick off festival tailored just for you. The purpose of the summer reading program is to foster indepenedent reading or learning new information.
The Internet has forever changed the job searching process. Today, fewer adults circle newpaper adds. Many retailers require jobseekers to learn about employment opportunities online, because they list vacancies there and require the completion of applications electroncially.
According to recent newspaper accounts, summer jobs for teenagers are disappearing quickly. Today, fewer that three in ten American teenagers now have employment. Over the course of the past few years, the teen unemployment rate has been above 20 percent.
The Capitol View Library will be hosting a HeritageQuest Online Databases demonstration at 3 p.m. on March 13.Librarians will go online to demonstrate how to obtain free access to HeritageQuest, a database containing a wealth of historical information as well as genealogy.
Join us for two great movies for Teen Monday Movie Madness, showing at 6 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays in February.Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3: Dog DaysSchool's out, but Greg's well-laid plans for summer go all wrong. What is he going to do?Rated PG, 2012, 94 minutes.