Georgetown
Neighborhood Library

Federal Poets Read at the Georgetown Library

The Federal Poets, the oldest continuously active poetry group in the Washington D.C. area (first convened in 1944), will gather at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library to read from their works.Please join us on the beautiful terrace at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 8 to enjoy and support our local poets.  

Gentle Yoga Tuesday Afternoons

Jillian Penndorf is a certified yoga instructor who enjoys teaching gentle yoga classes.  This type of yoga is ideal for people recovering from injury or illness.Adults 18 years and older.  Please call 202-727-0232 to sign up.  Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m in the Meeting Room - Lower Level.

Author Natalie Lorenzi visits Georgetown Library

Georgetown Library got a taste of Japanese Culture on May 22. Natalie Lorenzi, author of Flying The Dragon, visited to answer questions about her book, and make origami kites with participants.

Learn to Knit & Crochet!

Do you like to knit or crochet? Are you a reader?

The Stuff of Legend

A young boy has been kidnapped by the Boogeyman. Watch and read as his faithful dog and toys must travel into the closet to save him.

Remarkable Women

The theme of this year's Adult Summer Reading is "Groundbreaking Reads," and the women in Tracy Chevalier's 2010 novel, Remarkable Creaturesbreak ground both literally, as fossil hunters, and figuratively, as women embarking on a profession dominated by men. 

Global Lens 2013

June Film Series

We are pleased to offer four selections from the Global Lens 2013 film festival for our June Film Series.

Poetry Celebrations at the Library

Lucy Thrasher, Branch Manager of the Georgetown Library welcomes the gathering of poets and poetry lovers. 

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