Come join us in the Children's Room on Sunday, March 16 for an exciting St. Patrick's Day Celebration!We will be starting at 1:30 p.m. with stories about St. Patrick, Leprechauns and gold.This will be followed with a fun make your own Leprechaun Trap craft!This program is suitable for children ages 5-12.
Do you need help accessing library e-books and e-audio? Have you heard about downloading magazines and music through the library but aren't sure how to do it? Are you interested in the library's latest streaming resources, such as Access Video on Demand?
Homework help for teens will be provided in the Georgetown Neighborhood Library Teen Department twice a week beginning in March 2014!Come by on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. and on Thursdays from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m. for free, personalized help in any subject, as well as information about library resources that can help you with your school work.
Curious about what it takes to find love in our nation's capital?Come join us at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library as we discuss love online and offline and finding a match. Library Associate Erika Rydberg will be joined by five panelists who will discuss approaches (from their business or life) to finding love and where society is moving on the dating and love finding front.
The monster of Stoker-on-Avon is a bit of a disappointment. He never attacks, never knocks down buildings and he hides in his cave far away from town. What’s a medieval town to do without a decent monster to give them a proper scare?
Between special programs like our January E-reader Rescue Weekend sessions, our regular Downloadable Media Clinics, and more casual conversations with those who use the library's digital resources, we at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library get a lot of great tech questions, some of which come up repeatedly.