Finding a job can be a competitive process. Make sure you have the skills you need to find, apply and land a job The Francis A. Gregory Library is having a Career-Building Seminar every Monday in May at 6:30 p.m.
Come and join the D.C. Rape Crisis Center and the Francis A. Gregory Library Thursday, April 28, at 1:30 p.m. for a 30-minute interactive presentation that explains the difference between good touches and bad or secret touches. The presentation features a puppet show to empower children to assert their rights and to seek help if they experience a bad touch. This educational program helps to reduce risk in a fun and nonthreatening setting.
The Francis A. Gregory Library welcomed George Norfleet on February 28. This was the final black history program for the branch. Norfleet is a local author who lives in the Hillcrest community of Washington, D.C. He is the author of A Pilot's Journey: Memoirs of a Tuskegee Airman Curtis Christopher Robinson. Curtis C. Robinson was also a resident of the Hillcrest Community and an American hero. Pilot's Journey talks about Robinson's life as a Tuskegee Airman.
We had a wonder preschool program featuring picture books on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life. The children shared their dreams as they visualized what they wanted to accomplish, as an adult, in the future. We sang songs that represented freedom and a better life for people of all colors. Each child contributed to our menu for Dr. King's lunch. We had an extensive menu of foods that young children would enjoy, such as hot dogs, pizza, macaroni and cheese, fruits and an assortment of juices.
The Magic Thief by Sara Prineas is a magical adventure that includes wizards, dragons and spells. This three book series will capture your attend in the very beginning as the main characterConnwaer has to set out to find his locus magicalicus. Conwaer encounters many challenges as
The library, in cooperation with Byte Back, is offering free PC Basics computer classes at Capitol View Library and Anacostia Library starting in November. Classes will be offered morning, early afternoon and late afternoon.You must be a D.C. resident to enroll in this rogram. All students must present proof of residency on the first day of class to be admitted. To register, call Byte Back at 202-529-3395 Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.