The next meeting of the Fiber Arts Workshop will be Thursday, March 28 at 7 p.m. Socks seem to be the predominate on-going projects, but if that's not your interest, don't let it keep you away. We're having some interesting discussions of matching fibers to projects, experimenting with the effect of needle sizes (not just for making gauges), and how dye affects texture.
On March 4, 1837, the Illinois state legislature enacted a city charter for Chicago.At the time, Chicago was a different place than we would recognize today. The population was over 4,000, according to the 1840 federal census.
If you are not familiar with the work of Amitav Ghosh, you are in for an enriching reading experience. If you want to know what the atmosphere was like in the area of India and China in the early part of the 19th century, the author will treat you to vivid descriptions so real that you will actually feel like you are living in that time and place. Ghosh seems to know everything about the East in the early 19th centu
Do you work during the week? Wish you had mornings off so you could bring your children to storytime? Well, in March, we are offering not one but two Saturday morning Family Story Times!Bring your children out to the library on Saturday, March 2 and March 16 at 10:30 a.m. for a wonderful time full of books, music and fun. We look forward to seeing you here.
Cleveland Park Library is proud to introduce Teen Space, a monthly event taking place on the first Thursday of the month.What exactly does Teen Space mean? Good question! Teen Space is a monthly event that provides a space for teens to interact with the library. Teen Space events will vary each month. From art classes to creating a study space before finals, Teen Space will have something for you!
Need help with your DC income, business, or real property tax, or other questions such as property assessments? On Thursday, March 21, staff from the DC Office of Tax & Revenue (OTR) will provide free tax services to D.C. residents at Cleveland Park Library.