Join Robin, Sarah or Erika for this walk-in yoga class targeted to those over 55 years. Please bring your own mat. A waiver of liability form, signed and valid for class, is required of each participant.Class size is 25.
Join in on our seniors yoga class on February 2, 9,16 and 23 at 10:00 a.m. Instructors Robin or Sarah will lead. RSVP to email@example.com specifying dates. First thirty respondents will be listed, others wait listed.
Join in on lunch hour yoga classes taught by Margaret or Erika. Introductory level viniyasa, or flow, techniques will be practiced. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. First thirty respondents will be listed, others wait listed.
A story time experience for our youngest library users and their caregivers. These 20-30 minute story times introduce books, songs, rhymes, and bounces developmentally appropriate for children ages birth to when they start walking. Baby Lap Time is a wonderful way to introduce your child to the joys of reading in a positive and fun atmosphere. This story time is designed so the baby will be in their caregiver’s lap and the grownup is actively involved in the program; it is recommended that each child have their own adult with them.
From February 1 through April 18, meet with a qualified AARP tax aide at your local library to help answer your tax questions and prepare your 2015 income tax filing
For more information and to find others sites offering tax assistance please visit dclibrary.org/incometax.
Please note, no sessions will be held on February 9th or April 5th.
What is a Teen Advisory Board?
Teens that help the library decide what the teen section should look like, have, and do.What do you have to do?
Come to monthly Teen Advisory Board meetings.
What do you get?
Volunteer hours for school, great friends, fun and free Chipotle (in February)!
To learn about the Teen Advisory Board and join come to the next meetings in the Teen Section of the Georgetown Library.
Dean of the Italian Concordia Language Village and Assistant Professor of English and journalism at Concordia University, Eric Dregni is the author of sixteen books. Professor Dregni will talk about some of his books including the popular Never Trust a Thin Cook and ot
Before being awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Literature, French novelist Patrick Modiano was not widely known outside his home country. However, for his readers, his preoccupations have long been clear, as his work often explores the Nazi occupation of Paris and its aftermath.
Well-depicted female bonds in Literary Fiction and one Memoir.
Intimate. Challenging. Supportive. Absorbing. Provocative.
Close friendships between two women can be all of these things and many more -- sometimes all at once.
Just as no woman -- no human being -- is like another, so too are bonds between women diverse, and just as women as individuals continue to develop throughout life, so too can the bonds between them.
Kate Chopin (1850–1904) is an American writer best known for her stories about the inner lives of sensitive, daring women. She is widely recognized as one of America’s essential authors. Chopin started writing in her thirties and within a decade published ninety five short stories, two novels as well as several poems and critical essays..
by David Hoof, Professor Emeritus of Writing, Georgetown University
David Hoof, Professor Emeritus of Writing, Georgetown University, will offer three workshops on Beginning the Novel.
Please join us on Saturdays - November 7, 14, and 21, from 2 to 4 p.m.
Please call or email to register : 202-727-0232, email@example.com
Award-winning DC poet Roberta Beary will read from her published works. Roberta studied haiku in Japan. Her individual poems, an unconventional hybrid of haiku and senryu, have been honored throughout North America, Europe and Asia for their innovative style.
Her book of short poems, The Unworn Necklace(Snapshot Press, 2007), was a finalist for the William Carlos Williams Book Award (Poetry Society of America) and was named a Haiku Society of America Merit Book Award prize winner.