Vaughn Bennett, one of DC's finest chess instructors, will be coming to the Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library on Tuesday, February 8, at 4 p.m. Bennett has been teaching chess in the District for many years, and has coached students of all ages in numerous chess tournaments.Join us for an informative afternoon!
The federal tax forms we have received are currently in a display case in the Newark Street lobby. We do not have every federal tax form. All the federal forms are available online at irs.gov. We have no 2010 District of Columbia tax forms. They usually arrive mid-to-late February. The 60-page booklet is currently available online at cfo.dc.gov. Please stop by to pick up federal tax forms.
Please join us on Tuesday, January 11 at 7 p.m. for the last meeting of the Love, Forgiveness and Wisdom book talk series.We are discussing Ian McEwan's Atonement. Copies of the book are available at the Cleveland Park circulation desk.Please call 202-282-3080 for more information.
Yes you can! Beginning in January join us every Tuesday evening at 7pm for Pajama Storytime. Children’s librarian, Patty Reeber, will entertain with a selection of stories, rhymes, puppets and songs. Pajamas, slippers, blankets, and teddy bears are all welcome. For more information, please visit the Cleveland Park Neigbhorhood Library at 3310 Connecticut Aveune, NW or call: 202-282-3080.
Rich Man, Poor Man: The first-ever dramatic miniseries to appear on American television. The series spans decades and generations, tracing the epic story of the Jordache
family from 1945 to the late 1960s.This is the complete mini-series on 9 discs, which was originally broadcast as a television mini-series in 1976. It is based on the novel by Irwin Shaw.