Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Library

A Teen's Perspective on Movies

This summer the Cleveland Park Library welcomed one of the many teens who found employment in the District through the Summer Youth Employment Program. Our teen was Donte. He shelved many, many books, he hauled tables around for children’s programming, he helped organize story times, he blogged about his experiences and he worked on a "capstone" project. Teens could chose to do anything library related for their capstone project, and Donte chose to to review movies. Since he’s now off to college to major in creative writing and film this seemed a perfect fit.

French Story Time is Back!

Starting Thursday, Sept. 6

Bonjour! French story time has returned following a short summer break. Kids of all ages are invited to join Ms. Jackie every Thursday at 4 p.m. as she presents stories and songs in French.

Tana French's In the Woods

Mystery Book Club Selection for September

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Fiber Art Workshop

Alan Dart's Jultomtar & Teeny Tomte Contest

Join us at the library on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. as the Cleveland Park Library resumes the Fiber Arts Workshop. We will be introducing our knitted tomte contest, to include in an exhibition in January with prizes awarded to the winner, and first- and second-runners up.

Kid's Graphic Novel Book Club

Hey kids, we're eating pizza and talking about graphic novels again! This month the book we'll be discussing is Hereville: How Mirka Got Her Sword by Barry Deutsch. This is the story of Mirka Herschberg.

Fiber Arts Workshop on Hiatus

The Cleveland Park Library Fiber Arts Workshop is taking a break in August.We will resume our monthly sessions on Tuesday, Sept. 25.  Stay tuned for details!Happy Summer! 

Mystery Book Club: 'The Holy Thief'

On Thursday, Aug. 2, the Cleveland Park Mystery Book Club will discuss William Ryan's The Holy Thief.

Painting With Acrylics

An Arts Olympiad Exhibition

In honor of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, the Library is partnering with the International Child Art Foundation to offer kids a chance to create their own special work of art.

The Moment of Hitchcock

David Thomson's Musings on the Cultural Effect of 'Psycho'

Not everyone likes the horror genre. I used to find it trashy, crude-for-crudeness's sake, and generally not creative. However, as I read more on film history and theory, I am learning that there is always more to a film than meets the eye, even in slasher movies.

Blue Sky Puppets

Goldy Bear and the Three Locks

Join us on Thursday, July 12 at 4:30PM for another fabulous program from one of our favorite performers from last summer, Blue Sky Puppets. This summer they are back to tell the story of “Goldy Bear and the Three Locks"; the story of Goldy, a student athlete, bookworm and world-class babysitter.