Chevy Chase
Neighborhood Library

Teen Summer Reading Kickoff: Movie Screening

Our Teen Summer Reading Program "Beneath the Surface" kicks off on Wednesday, June 4 with a free movie (and free popcorn and drinks, too.)Legally we’re not allowed to advertise the name of the movie, so we’re just going to call it The Small Fantastical Creature: A Surprise Trip.

Children's Book Club

'Mission Unstoppable' by Dan Gutman

Join us for a lively discussion of Dan Gutman's latest book, Mission Unstoppable, Book #1 of the Genius Files. Preteen twins (Coke and Pepsi) are preparing for a family cross-country vacation when they unearth a government organization called "YAG," or Young American

Basic Computer Drop-In Help

First and third Tuesdays of each month from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Do you need help opening an email account?Are you having difficulty searching for things on the internet?Would you like to learn about the resources on DCPL's web site?If you would like to ask for help with any kind of basic questions about computers, feel free to stop by the Chevy Chase Branch Library between 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Summer Reading Kick-Off: Dig Deep!

Kick off Summer Reading Club with a hands-on look at fossils!

Come learn about fossils, make some of your own, and sign up for this year's exciting Summer Reading Club!

Mystery Book Club: ‘Defending Jacob' by William Landay

The June selection of the Chevy Chase Library Mystery Book Club is Defending Jacob by William Landay.

More Wonderful News...

From Pam at the Circulation Desk

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Celebrate 'Towel Day' at the Chevy Chase Library!

Saturday, May 25 is “Towel Day”, a world-wide celebration of the life and works of Douglas Adams (best known for writing the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy  series).

Did You Know?

From Pam at the Circulation Desk

We have DVDs and Books on Disc!

Film Showing: 'Smoke'

Starring William Hurt, Harvey Keitel and Forest Whitaker

If you missed the 1995 film Smoke, you are in for a treat. An extraordinary cast and a wonderful story are in store for you.

'A History of the Wife'

History Book Club selection for June 11 meeting

"How did marriage, considered a religious duty in medieval Europe, become a venue for personal fulfillment in contemporary America? How did the notion of romantic love, a novelty in the Middle Ages, become a prerequisite for marriage today? And, if the original purpose of marriage was procreation, what exactly is the purpose of marriage for women now?

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