- Tuesday, March 4
- Tuesday, March 11
- Tuesday, March 18
- Tuesday, March 25
Please join writer and writing teacher Chloe Yelena Miller for a memoir writing workshop on Sunday, March 9, 2–4 p.m.
In the workshop, Ms. Miller will teach you how to craft a scene. Since each scene should have a location, characters and plot, scenes will help you to build your memoir. You will focus on avoiding summary and, instead, placing the reader in a particular moment. There will be some in-class writing in response to prompts. You will have a chance to discuss your work and, if applicable, larger projects. Please bring pens and paper, or a charged laptop.
Still recovering from Valentine's Day spending? Saving up to flee the late winter weather? Just looking for a fun way to spend your Sunday afternoon?
Then join us this Sunday, Feb. 23 at 2:30 pm for Cheap Date at Georgetown Library: Music and a Matinee. We'll enjoy a performance by Georgetown University female a cappella group Harmony and a screening of Mike Mills' 2010 indie romance (rated R, 105 min.), and light refreshments will be served throughout.
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?
So the town devises a plan and recruits man of Science, Charles Wilkie to “fix” the monster. But when the monster and Charles leave town to help the monster become more terrifying, a worse fate befalls the town … another monster, one that leaves only destruction and despair in its wake.
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.
If you are a non-native speaker of English, the ongoing English conversation club at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library is a relaxed way to meet new friends while improving your conversation skills in English.
The conversation club, meeting Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. until noon at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library, Wisconsin and R streets NW, will keep you informed of world events and will introduce you to the rich cultural resources of Washington, D.C.
Are you curious about what the public perception is about online dating and how our perception has been changing?
Whether you participate in online dating or not, this form of dating is changing American relationships. Join the Georgetown Neighborhood Library and Researcher Aaron Smith on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. as he discusses Pew's newest research on dating online.
This event will include a brief presentation and a Q&A on Pew's Dating Digitally report.
The reading scene is complicated...
So full of choice, and yet sometimes it seems impossible to find a book worth committing to.
This February, why not let the library help? We've brought back last year's popular Blind Date with a Book display, and we've filled it with a variety of books we think could be great matches. All you have to do is make the first move.
Enjoy a month of romantic comedies with Celluloid Sweethearts, the February Film Series!
"Celluloid" is another word for cinematic film (celluloid is the plastic material the film is made of). Watch couples fall in love in London, Paris and New York! All movies are free and begin at 6 p.m. in the large lower-level meeting room.
Please call 202-727-0232 or 202-727-0241 for details or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Movies will be shown on the following dates, all at 6 p.m.:
Tuesday, Feb. 4
Tuesday, Feb. 11
Tuesday, Feb. 18
Tuesday, Feb. 25