An early literacy lap-sit program that combines sharing stories, songs, rhythm activities and baby bounces.
A short socialization playtime follows the books and music program.
For ages birth to 24 months.
An early literacy lap-sit program that combines sharing stories, songs, rhythm activities and baby bounces.A short socialization playtime follows the books and music program.For ages birth to 24 months.
Sunday afternoons are for crafts and coloring at Francis Gregory library. Come in and make something to take home - craft, sketch, color, draw or paint!
Children ages 12 and younger and their caregivers are welcome, and all craft supplies will be provided.
This program is intended for children ages 4-12 and their families.
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.
Francis Gregory celebrated National Poetry month with daily readings of favorite poems by customers and staff. We also shared poems through e-mail, and had a Poetry Jam on the evening of April 14. Children and adults read poems over the Public Address system and everyone
enjoyed this thoroughly.Many enjoyed "The Seed" by Susan Ioannou.
Low Income District Residents May Qualify for All Three
NOTE: You must be a DC resident to qualify for this program. Morning and afternoon classes will be held at various libraries around the city, with a focus in Wards 5, 7 and 8. Classes are led by ByteBack instructors.Low-income students will receive a free computer from First Time Computers and one free year of broadband Internet service from Cricket.Please call ByteBack for more information or to register: 202-529-3395.
Poetry JamPlease join us to celebrate National Poetry Month on April 14, 2010 at 6:30 PM. Bring your favorite poem and share it with others, or come and listen to others reading their favorite poems. Francis Gregory Library is also reading a poem a day at 5:00 PM over the PA system. If you would like to stop by and listen, or participate in a reading, let us know and we will schedule you.202-645-4297. www.dclibrary.org/francis
The Francis Gregory Interim Library, located at 2100 36th Place S.E. (near the Anne Beers school), is now open.The interim library will remain open during the construction of the new Francis Gregory Library, which is scheduled to open in summer 2011.
ByteBack Inc, in partnership with two branches of the District of Columbia Public Library – Francis Gregory and Woodridge -- offers basic computer training to seniors in the District, with special preference to residents of Wards 5 and 7. The program includes basic computing skills training, as well as professional development. It is funded by the Holden Bequest.What the students are saying about these classes…
Home-Based Business Option: Direct Sales & Network Marketing
Time: Saturday February 20, 2010 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Presenter: Rick Weedon (Lawyer, Business Development Specialist & Network Marketer)
Venue: Francis Gregory Library, 3660 Alabama Ave. S.E., Washington DC 20020, 202-645-4297
Duann Gaston retires….
After 36 years of service, Gaston retired from the District of Columbia Public Library this January 2010. Gaston began working at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library in 1974, worked a few years in Woodridge, then transferred to the Langston branch where she worked as Desk Supervisor until it closed a few months ago.
Free Workshop on Saturday, January 16, 2010, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.Learn to make handmade cards for special occasions. It can be a Valentine's Day card, a Birthday card, a Thank You card....Materials will be provided. Just bring a pair of scissors and your favorite glue, if you have these.Ages 8 and above. For more information, call us at 202-645-4297