Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Library

2011 Haiku Contest Winners

Thu, 04/15/2010 - 10:15 — debra.shumate In celebration of National Poetry Month and the National Cherry Blossom Festival, the Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library is pleased to announce the winners of our 2011 Haiku Contest. So many wonderful poems were submitted that we had a difficult time choosing our favorites.   Once again, we had a tie in the adult category!   Here is the first, which truly touches the heart:

El Día de los Niños - for Families!

Come hear Jorge Andres, sports anchor for Telenoticias, Washington, D.C., read the book Lucas and His Loco Beans by Ramona Moreno Winner.  Have fun with real Mexican jumping beans, a piñata, and cascarones (confetti eggs).  Build your own tosta

Fiber Arts Workshop

Join us at the library to learn new techniques, share your work, and sharpen your skills!

Gentle Yoga with Chair Option Class

Free yoga classes led by a qualified instructor will begin at the Cleveland Park Library on Tuesday, April 19, at 7 p.m.  This class is geared toward beginners and for people  who have mobility concerns.  Please bring a mat, if you have one.  If not, one will be provided.All are welcome. Registration is strongly encouraged because space is limited.  Please call 202-282-3080. Classes are provided courtesy of Yoga Activist.

"The Land of Painted Caves": New and in Stock!

In The Land of Painted Caves, Jean M. Auel brings the ice-age epic Earth's Children series to an

Cleveland Park Book Club

Join us Tuesday, April 12, at 7 p.m. for a discussion of Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim.

Cleveland Park Mystery Book Club

In Bone Rattler,  the first in a new series, Eliot Pattison has moved from his Edgar-Award winning Inspector Shan series to colonial America during the French and Indian War, while retaining his absorption with disenfranchised peoples.&n

Lecture on the Origins of Nazi Anti-Semitism

The Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library, in partnership with The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, is proud to present a lecture on "The Origins of Nazi Anti-Semitism" by Dr. Peter Black on Tuesday, April 5, at 4 p.m.

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