Need a quite place to pound out another thousand words? Gather with other NaNoWriMo writers and be inspired by the literary atmosphere. Find new friends (and readers!) and help each other get unstuck every Saturday in November.
More Library events and information for NaNoWriMo can be found at dclibrary.org/nanowrimo.
Join us for these weekly casual conversation hours led by instructor Luz Verost.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Make a game, music video, or animation using the educational coding language scratch found at scratch.mit.edu. If you are a first time coder, there are lots of beginner tutorials on Scratch's website, plus, it is designed to be easy to learn!
2. E-mail librarian Cameron Myers (Cameron.Myers@dc.gov) your project with your name and age. Either a link or a Scratch working file (.sb2) is fine.
3. Get prizes! Everyone who enters will get a small prize. The best projects will win grand prizes. Projects will be judged on creativeness and complexity. All persons entering will be notified via e-mail at the beginning of December if they won a grand prize.
Get coding, everybody!
WithLoveDC is a movement to spread love, joy, and acceptance throughout the District. The Practice With Love classes aim to create an accessible space for all people to tune into their breath while enjoying the amazing spaces around our beautiful city.
WithLoveDC is thrilled to bring their free yoga gatherings to the Southeast Library; come flow with us!
Please bring your own mat or towel. Session takes place in the sunny story time room on the first floor.
Children between the ages of birth and 5 years are invited to Music Time, a half-hour celebration of multiple music genres. Come ready to sing, dance, and play with instruments!
We will not meet on Sept. 13 and Sept. 20.
Recommended for children from birth to 12 years old.