On Saturday, March 10, join us from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. for a variety of events for all ages as members of the community demonstrate the various activities that take place at Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library. We will begin at noon in the first floor meeting room with shadow puppet plays for the younger children, proceeding to a lesson in Scottish dancing for all ages accompanied by readings of Robert Burns.
Learn about early Yiddish entertainment and how it developed in theater and film. Using clips from Yiddish classic films, Dr. Miriam Isaacs, affiliate faculty at the Jewish Studies Program, University of Maryland, will bring you to laughter and tears. She will present a selection of classic film clips and sound recordings.
Union Military Espionage and African Americans in the Civil War
On Saturday, February 25th, author Kenneth Daigler will discuss the important contributions of runaway slaves (considered "contraband of war"), slaves in place and free blacks to Union military intelligence.
Join us in the children's area for our brand new building brick program. Open to kids of all ages. We'll have both regular sized bricks for older children and big bricks for toddlers. Stop by on Tuesday, February 14th at 4:30 and show us how creative you can be.Check out some cool LEGO books the library has:
The Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library recently welcomed Lt. Jack Adams and firefighters from DCFD Platoon #4. They were joined by over 150 very excited children from Oyster and John Eaton Elementary Schools.