Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Library

A Pair of Puppet Shows

Celebrate DC Read-In

Join us at 12 p.m. on Saturday March 10th for not one, but two fabulous puppet shows."A Bunny Shouldn't Ever Have a Fox for a Pet - A Cautionary Puppet Show," by David Greenfieldboyce. Greenfieldboyce is a puppeteer, former teacher and stay-at-home dad for his 20-month-old son. He’s also the same dynamo who organizes the Mount Pleasant Children’s Puppet Hour."Martina the Beautiful Cockroach" - A shadow puppet show based on the book by Carmen Agra Deedy, performed by our own children’s librarian and puppeteer, Patty Reeber.All ages.

Teen Hour Presents Five Authors

Celebrate DC Read In

Join us from 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Read Any Good e-Books Lately?

Saturday, March 10, Read In Activities

As part of DC Read In, the National Capital Apple Macintosh Users Group (NCA-MUG) and Barnes & Noble will have representatives on hand to help you get started with free e-book downloads from the library's catalog. Bring your own device for one-on-one assistance.9:30 a.m. -- 12 p.m.  Read Any Good e-Books Lately?  Presented by the National Capital Apple Macintosh Users Group (NCA-MUG)12 p.m. -- 4 p.m.  One-on-one Mac download assistance available from NCA-MUG members

Cleveland Park Read-In

What's Happening in the Library?

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.

New Graphic Novel 'MangaMan' Now in Stock

Check Out Our Graphic Novel Collection for New Releases!

Written by Barry Lyga and illustrated by Colleen Doran, MangaMan is an eye-popping fun-ride through the comic

Cleveland Park Mystery Book Club

Selection for March

On Thursday, March 1, the book group will discuss Kerri Stanely's City of Dragons, the 2010 Macavity Award winner for Best Historical Mystery.

From Purim to Modern Yiddish Culture

A Purim Entertainment at Cleveland Park Library

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.

Hunger Games - The Movie Companion Now In Stock.

See the Official Illustrated Movie Companion Now!

The Hunger Games - The Official Illustrated Movie Companion is no

Celebrate International Women's Day!

Professor Domnica Radulescu, Washington & Lee University

Friends Book Sale

Saturday, February 11, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Come check out the amazing selection of books, music and DVDs for sale by the Friends of the Cleveland Park Library. There is something for everybody!

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