The Cleveland Park Library will be rebuilt. DC Public Library has selected the design-build team of Gilbane and Perkins Eastman for the project.
Join your friends and neighbors at the next community meeting, Tuesday, June 23 at 6 p.m. in the first floor meeting room.
Learn more about the project at dclibrary.org/newclevelandpark.
Staff at Cleveland Park Library are available for job seeker assistance, all month long, every month. While we can provide quick help for walk-ins, call the Information Desk at 202-282-3072, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment for one-on-one assistance.
You can receive help navigating popular job websites, setting up accounts on popular job websites, writing resumes and cover letters, and filling out online job applications.
Come see what's going on at the library this month!
August is here and that means it is the last month to sign up for summer reading!
Sign up here, and make sure you claim your badges by Aug. 31 to get prizes. And don't forget: The essay contest ends Aug. 15! Submit your essays here! Here's what we have going on this month:
Aug. 5, 4:30 p.m., is Book Bingo. Try your luck and win a prize!
Staff at Cleveland Park Library are available for job seeker assistance, all month long, every month.
While we can provide quick help for walk-ins, call the Information Desk at 202-282-3072, or email to email@example.com for one-on-one assistance. You can receive help writing resumes and cover letters, navigating popular job search websites, filling out job applications online, and setting up accounts on popular job websites.
During the American Library Association Annual Conference in San Francisco, the annual Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction were announced.
Here are the winning titles available to check out and download from the library system.Fiction
For when you've read through the entire YA section
So you’ve read your way through the YA section at your library, and you’re at a lost at what to do next. The fiction shelves seem daunting, but here are some suggestions to get you started. Feedby Mira Grant
July is here and that means a new month of events! Beat the heat at the library. We will be having programming every Wednesday at 4 p.m. so stop by and earn some teen summer reading badges. Haven't signed up for teen summer reading yet? Sign up today!
Make your own hypnotizers on July 1!
July 8 is movie night! We'll be watching the sci-fi/horror thriller Alien.
Thursday, July 2, 6:30 p.m. we will be discussing Julia Dahl's Invisible City, the first in a series featuring newspaper reporter Rebekah Roberts. Child of a Jewish mother and Christian father, Rebekah learns about her heritage while covering the story of a murdered woman in the Hassidic community of Brooklyn.