Neighborhood Library

Science in the Summer at Your Library

Come learn about science at the library this summer

Do you have a budding scientist who is a rising 2nd-6th grader in your house?  Come to the Georgetown Neighborhood Library to sign him or her up for Science In the Summer!

'The Good Lord Bird'

Georgetown Book Club's July Selection

"This drummer weren't nothing special. He was a stooped, skinny feller, fresh off the prairie, smelling like buffalo dung, with a nervous twitch in his jaw and a chin full of ragged whiskers."

Can You Read More Than a Librarian?

Summer Reading Contest

Georgetown's Children's Librarians are risking getting hit by water balloons in a Summer Reading competition with kids.   Ms. Jess, Ms. Liz, Ms. Stacy and Ms. Ruth are tracking the hours they spend reading between June 1 and August 31.

3-D Printer Road Show

2-D is so over.

Can’t make it over to MLK? Get ready as one of DCPL’s 3-D printers hits the road and comes to Georgetown!  Are you curious about 3D printing and the basics behind this evolving technology? Wondering what the hype is all about? Want to design your own object with rapid prototyping?

Summer Reading 2014 is Underway!

DC Public Library Summer Reading is back, and all ages are invited to get in on the fun!Check out the following programs, all of which feature multiple prizes:Read With Me - For children ages birth-5.

Monthly Poetry Reading Series - First Thursday at 7:00 PM

Mary Sesso and Daniel Orange

Local Poets meet at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library to read from their works.  Featured poets for June are DANIAL ORANGE and MARY SESSO. From haiku to him-hop, Danial Orange playfully mixes genres to explore themes such as love, art, spirituality, and social justice.  He has twice been featured on WRTR ( Real Talk Radio) and recently performed at the Play-Diem Festival in New York's Central Park

Kids Summer Reading Kickoff

The Georgetown Children's Room will be holding our Summer Reading Kickoff for children ages 6-12 on Thursday, June 5 at 4 p.m.  There will for games, fun and prizes!  Children can sign up for our summer reading program Fizz Boom Read and Science in the Summer.

A Librarian Bakes -- Classic Coconut Cake

This (slightly belated) month on "A Librarian Bakes": we head back to one library associate's Southern roots with a classic recipe for from-scratch coconut cake. What could go wrong?

A Midsummer Day's Reading

Join us at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library as we present A Midsummer Day's Reading, a group reading of the first three acts of William Shakespeare's classic romantic comedy 

Winning Poems from the Young Writers Poetry Contest

This Spring, young writers participated in the Georgetown Poetry Contest in honor of National Poetry Month. The judges had a tough time selecting winners from the eighty five entries to the contest. The First Place Winners received a quill pen with ink and a blank book. Second Place winners received a blank book for poetry writing.  Below are the winning poems.