D.C.'s sports history is long and complicated: one of our first baseball teams was the Homestead Grays, a team that played in the Negro Leagues when baseball was a segregated sport. As the city they called home changed in race, class, economics, so did the Homestead Grays.
Weekly chess instruction for kids of all ages.
Our master chess instructor will guide you from learning the basics to advancing your level of skill.
Made possible by the Friends of the Cleveland Park Library.
Self-checkout is now available at your Cleveland Park Branch Library.If you have your library card with you, and the book you desire in hand, that is all you will need in order to process your own transaction and start reading.Self-checkout is available at the circulation desk by the exit doors.Feel free to ask a librarian about it at your next visit!
Global Lens Film Series continues Sunday, Dec. 22, 2 p.m.
Gaspar is a filmmaker, working on a low-budget horror film, grieving the death of his beloved older brother. Alvaro is a morbidly obsessed drifter, a mildly sociopathic young man with a curiosity for the dark side. Gaspar is coaxed out of his shell in unexpected ways. It's an absurd and poignant embrace of life and death.
Baby Lapsit is a class created to help foster early literacy skills during the first year of life. Concepts such as print recognition, colors, shapes, and vocabulary start within the first year of a baby's development. Singing songs, repeating rhymes and reading short simple books can help foster growth that builds a foundation for later learning.