The Francis A. Gregory Library Chess Club meets weekly on Wednesday nights from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. We welcome players of all ages and abilities.This program will be held in the first floor meeting room unless otherwise noted.
Where did all of the pop-up books go?! Don't worry, they're still here! Many of these books are very delicate and not available to check out, but you will be able to read them and handle them in the library! Just drop on by Thursday nights and our children's staff will bring them out for you.
Please note that young children must handle pop-up books with a parent.
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.
Instruction provided by Georgetown University Hospital
Georgetown University Hospital will be providing instruction on how to evaluate the quality and relevance of health information available through the Internet at this one-on-one workshop hosted by DC Public Library at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 8 at the Francis A. Gregory Neighborhood Library.
Join us Mondays, May 6 and May 20 at 6 p.m. for a free yoga class for adults provided by Yoga Activist.Yoga Activist is an organization dedicated to providing free yoga instruction to communities by partnering instructors with social service organizations interested in promoting the benefits of yoga.Mats will be provided. Registration is preferred, but not required.
Funfetti! Whoopie Pies! Lemon chess! Move over Pi(e) Day, March Madness is starting soon and that means it's time for Dessert Madness!Every day throughout March Madness, Ms. Bobbie will pit cake versus cake and pie versus pie - and it is up to YOU to decide the final victor! Come out to Francis Gregory Library and cast your vote on the Teen Space white boards. At the end of March/Dessert Madness, we will have one champion dessert that may or may not make a special appearance at a Teen Advisory Group meeting.
In a fortress of a school in France in 1948, professor Clement Mathieu sees an opportunity to bring some joy to the young boys' lives by establishing a chorus. His decision angers the headmaster, so he must proceed in secret. But the power of music and his generosity of self changes his students forever.
How to Research and Evaluate Health Information on the Internet
Come to your local DC Public Library branch and learn about health resources on the Internet!A series of workshops on finding health information on the Internet is scheduled at a number of DCPL branches through June. The workshops will provide instruction on how to evaluate the quality and relevance of health information available through the Internet.
The Francis A. Gregory Library Teen Advisory Group chose to explore the issue of Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention this February. Teen volunteers created a display with posters all around the Teen Space and books on teen dating, relationship drama, abuse, sexuality and health. Our Teen of Distinction, Mariama Williams did some more digging and wrote a piece for our website.