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Cleveland Park Mystery Book Club

Selection for May

Join us on Thursday, May 3, for a discussion of James Lee Burke's, The Glass Rainbow, the 18th book in the Dave Robicheaux series.

Third Annual Haiku Poetry Contest

Submit your original poem by April 27

Submit your original Haiku poem on the contest entry form, available at the circulation desk.

Domestication and Evolution

How We All Got This Way

On Thursday, April 26, at 6:30 p.m., the Cleveland Park Library will host a discussion of the process of domestication beginning in the Neolithic period.

Mystery Book Club Skypes with Author!

The Mystery Book Club had an exciting first at its April meeting.

Early Stages

Monday, April 9 at 10:30AM

We are pleased to announce that starting in April, on the second Monday of the month, a representative from Early Stages will available after our 10 a.m. story time to talk informally with parents and provide information about the Early Stages program. Early Stages is a D.C. Public Schools program for children between the ages of 2 years 8 months and 5 years 10 months to help parents identify any delays that their child may have and provide appropriate services to help address those delays.

All That Jazz Performance

Wilson High School Jazz Chorus and Band (New Date, April 20th)

April is Jazz Appreciation Month, and to celebrate we are hosting an afternoon with the always fabulous Wilson High School Jazz Choir and Band.Kids of all ages are encouraged to join us on Friday, April 20, at 1 p.m. for songs and stories about jazz.

Third Annual Haiku Poetry Contest

March 20 - April 27, 2012

The Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library is pleased to announce our Third Annual Haiku Poetry Contest!

New Young Adult Book "With or Without You" Now in Stock

Brian Farrey's New Book Wins Stonewall Honors

With or Without You is not just a highly realistic portrayal of the misconcept

Cleveland Park Mystery Book Club

April Selection

Join us for a discussion of Tessa Harris's The Anatomist's Apprentice, on April 5. Set in 18th Century England, follow the twists and turns as Dr. Thomas Silkstone a Philadelphia anatomist, researches the death of Lady Lydia Farrell's brother.

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