Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Library

Tax Resolution Day at Cleveland Park

Free help from the DC Office of Tax and Revenue

Need help with your tax resolution and real property? On Thursday, March 13, staff from the DC Office of Tax & Revenue (OTR) will provide free tax service to D.C. residents at Cleveland Park Library. Tax preparation will not be provided. This community outreach event will be held from 4-8 p.m. in the first floor auditorium.

Job Seekers Clinic: Tuesday, March 4

'This Is How to Get Your Next Job'

You found an opening for a job. Great! Do you really have what it takes?

'Kindle Paperwhite for Dummies'

Handy tech manual

If you bought a Kindle Paperwhite, you're probably curious to how use it.  Check out Kindle Paperwhite for Dummies, n

Go on a Blind Date with a Book

"Enthralling, intelligent, charming romance seeks librarian-loving, art-appreciating reader for a long-term rendezvous.""Gin-loving, native 1920s New Yorker and lover of lavish parties seeking same for hijinks and highballs."

Kid's Graphic Novel Book Club: February Meeting

Our next meeting will be on Thursday, Feb.

'Bad Things Happen' by Harry Dolan

Cleveland Park Mystery Book Club March selection

Join us to discuss Bad Things Happen on Thursday, March 6, at 6:30 p.m.

'Memories of a Marriage' by Louis Begley

Memories of a Marriage is a book written in a style of its own, direct with an economy

February Teen Events

If you're like me then you're still full from Superbowl Sunday, and you're thinking about what to do now that we have six more weeks of winter. Luckily, we have all sorts of great programs this month to keep you busy and out of the cold! Feb. 19 at 4 p.m., we will be having a Black History program and craft in the second floor meeting room. We'll be making buttons and zines. Don't know what a zine is?

'Seraphina' by Rachel Hartman

Seraphina is set in a world where two species co-exist: dragons and humans. Dragons, powerful creatures with mathematical minds, are able to take human form to interact with people; they reject all emotions as weakness, to the point of excising them from their brains.

'Mrs. Lincoln's Rival' by Jennifer Chiaverini

Staff recommendation

In her new novel, Mrs. Lincoln's Rival, Jennifer Chiaverini returns to Civil War era Washington, D.C.