Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Library

The DC Public Library will be closed for Memorial Day on Sunday, May 29 and Monday, May 30.

Sundown Science

Summer science program for ages 4 and up

Every Wednesday this summer the children's department will host a science program for ages 4 and up at 7 p.m. Each program will cover a different scientific concept and will include relevant books, music and hands-on experiments for kids to try in the library and at home.June 25: Glow-in-the-Dark Bouncy BallsJuly 2: Chromatography Crafts

Author Talk: Ralph Eshelman

In August 1814, the British set fire to Washington, D.C.  One question: how much of it was burned?The infamous burning of Washington is one of the legends about the city during the War of 1812.  Find out what is legend and what is true.  You may be surprised to learn the truth is different than what you were taught in history class!

Job Seekers Clinic: Tuesday, July 1

If you are a teen or young adult job seeker, writing a resume may be a new skill to you.

"Snow White Must Die" by Nele Neuhaus

July Cleveland Park Mystery Book Club selection

Fizz! Boom! Read!

Summer Reading Kickoff!

Come one, come all, Summer Reading is starting and we want you to sign up!This summer we are all about science and to get us started on our summer of science fun we're throwing a party for all ages.

Job Seekers Clinic: Tuesday, June 3

Land a Federal Job

Are you applying for a federal job?  Need help navigating the application process?

Handy Tech Manual: Social Media for Beginners

Need to get started with popular social media sites and how make the most of them?

Legends & Lore DC

New book discussion series

Do you enjoy reading about hometown Washington, D.C. history?  The Cleveland Park Library has a new book discussion series on D.C. history!

Dr. Barnard at Cleveland Park

Healthy Approaches to Weight Control and Reversing Diabetes

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Neal Barnard to Cleveland Park Library on Thursday, June 19 at 7 p.m.  Dr. Barnard is President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a non-profit based in NW Washington D.C. focused on ethical and humane research into the fields of nutritional health, reversing diabetes through diet, and cancer prevention.

Kid's Graphic Novel Book Club

May Meeting

The last Thursday of the month kids ages 9 and up get together to talk about a graphic novel.

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