Join the Georgetown Book Club as we discuss Christina Baker Kline's 2013 novel, Orphan Train.
In the novel, a teen growing up in foster care and an elderly woman sent as a child to the Midwest for adoption form an unlikely connection.
Come learn about the intrepid women who had a major impact on the journalism field.
Participants will also learn how to write a news article.
This program is being held as part of Women's History Month and is recommended for chlidren ages 7-12.
Stories, songs and fun for young ones.
Please note that 10:30 a.m. Baby Time will be ticketed to a maximum of 70 people. Tickets are available free at the Children's Desk, starting at 9:30 a.m. The second Baby Time at 11 a.m. will be the same program but will be open admission.
Let's Get Growing is a comprehensive overview for beginning or novice gardeners who t want to learn more. The topics we’ll cover are useful in both new and already established gardens, including: garden planning, vegetable families, soils, fertilizers, pests and pathogens. The class will be taught by Mary Farrah, an Extension Agent for the Urban Gardening & Forestry Outreach program at the University of the District of Columbia.
It's Wellness Weekend. Join us for two days of wellness at the library. We will have speakers, activities, and informational tables to lead a healthy lifestyle and feel like a whole person. All events are free. Please contact email@example.com for additional information.Here's a line-up of the events...Saturday, July 19:
A series of bold engineers tested their creations last week at the Georgetown Library. These young innovators built their own catapults using the Scientific Method, to test how far they could fling a marshmallow. To start we made a hypothesis about which catapult designs and materials would send the marshmallow the farthest. Afterward, the young scientists gathered materials from our table including marshmallows, clothes pins, tape and other items to construct their items. Some teams decided to make their own catapults while others decided to use one of the designs we already had.
Are You a Teen?You Could Win an iPad Mini!Write a one-page review telling us which book you think is the must-read book of the summer for teens, and you might win one of four iPad Minis! Your review can also count toward the Express Yourself Teen Summer Reading badge, getting you one step closer to a free Chipotle meal, Washington Nationals Tickets and new Beat headphones!Bring your review to the library before August 15, 2014 to enter. Remember this is a review in which you are trying to convince other teens to read the book, not a summary like many school assignments. If you need any help with your review library staff can help you edit your review! For more information about the contest please visit our website or come into the library and ask any staff member.
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.