Mother's day is coming up soon so don't get caught without a great card.
Come to Teen Art Attack: Mother's Day Cards to make a great card for your Mom!
This program will take place on the second floor in the Teen Section of the library.
The library is bringing its services to Baked & Wired (1052 Thomas Jefferson St. NW).
Drop by the locally owned coffee shop and bakery to sign up for a library card, check out materials, and learn more about library events!
(Photo by Baked & Wired.)
"If there is going to be a war,
I do not want to miss it."
So writes Julian Kulski a few days before World War II begins, in this remarkable diary of a boy at war from ages 10 to 16. As the war unfolds through his eyes, we are privileged to meet an inspirational soul of indomitable will, courage and compassion.
Super busy with school and totally stressed? Come relax at our new teen beading club, where we learn to bead and hang out with friends.
We will make key chains, animals, jewelry and anything else you want.
All the materials we will be provided and on going projects can be stored at the library.
The Georgetown Neighborhood Library celebrates the second year of First Thursday Evening Poetry Readings starting April 2.
Each session will host two featured poets, followed by an open mic.
Please join us to celebrate our local poets and bring your own poems to read.
When Abdullah is 10 years old, his impoverished father allows a wealthy couple to adopt his other child, Abdullah's 3-year-old sister Pari. The siblings' separation affects both deeply, shaping who they become and the choices they make in adulthood.
The last of the Thursday evening readings for 2014
Please bring your own poems to read, and join us Thursday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. as we gather for the last of the Thursday evening readings at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library for 2014.
Our featured poets are the well-known Richard Peabody and Donald Illich.
The DC Public Library is thrilled to present John Cage's Theatre Piece with the gracious cooperation of the Arcturus Theater Company. The event is free and suitable for people of all ages. It will take place on Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m.Theatre Piece was Cage's 1960 reworking and variation of an untitled performance he organized at Black Mountain College in 1952, known in the annals of art history as being the first "Happening" and for challenging the notions of the boundaries of theater.
Film afficianados will delight in the November Film Series: The Iron Curtain. We will screen "red scare classics" from the 1960s on Fridays at 2:30 p.m. at the library.
Likewise, we are very pleased to offer a marathon screening of the film adaptation of Boris Pasternak's romantic epic on the day after Thanksgiving (note: this film will air at 1:30 p.m.).
Please contact email@example.com for a complete listing of film titles and information.
It's NaNoWriMo time again, and the Georgetown Neighborhood Library is supporting participants by again hosting weekly Come Write In! sessions, during which we guarantee a quiet, encouraging space for NaNoWriMo participants to work.
Are you on the job market? Do you want to improve your search strategies, interview skills, and networking abilities? Then join our Job Seekers Skills Workshops and Job Seekers Support Group. The classes are free and open to the public.
Joe Ryan, an experienced career mentor, will teach the workshops and facilitate the support group.
The Skills Workshops will meet on Mondays at 7 p.m. at the library. The Support Groups meets on Thursdays at 7 p.m., also at the library.
Some teenagers inherit vocations from their parents, like Cas Lowood, whose father used to kill ghosts. Cas is used to going from place to place with his witch mother, black cat and an athame knife.
One day, Cas gets a mysterious tip about a ghost named Anna Dressed In Blood who kills every person who’s ever been inside her house. It seems like a typical job, until Anna decides to spare Cas’s life.