Lamond-Riggs
Neighborhood Library

Literary Visit to Zimbabwe

Published on Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Zenzele: A Letter to My Daughter by J. Nozipo Maraire Nervous Conditions by Tsitsi Dangarembga Far From Home by Na'ima Robert

Published on Thursday, January 30, 2014

bookcover Goin' Someplace SpecialThere are many reasons to come to the library, especially in February.

Did you know Feb. 1 is “Take Your Child to the Library Day"?

Join our 11 a.m. program, with a story and craft. Bring your library card and select a few titles to continue the fun at home.

Come early browse our collection of Black History Month biographies, “Reading the Civil War” titles, President’s Day books, about Abe Lincoln and George Washington. Maybe even check out a book for Groundhog’s Day, Chinese New Year or Valentine’s Day.
 
See you soon. The Children’s Librarian is waiting to assist you!

Wednesday, Jan. 22

Published on Wednesday, January 22, 2014

DC Public Library will open at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 22.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Published on Tuesday, January 21, 2014

DC Public Library is closed Tuesday, Jan. 21 due to inclement weather.

Learn - Apply - Enroll

Published on Sunday, January 12, 2014

My School DC LogoWhich school will your child call My School?

For this coming school year (2014-15), DC Public Schools (DCPS) and participating public charter schools have a common application and lottery. Visit MySchoolDC.org to find everything you need to learn and apply, or come to one of the information sessions listed below. The application closes Feb. 3 for grades 9-12 and March 3 for grades PK3-8.

Please call the My School DC Hotline at (202) 888-6336 or email info@myschooldc.org for additional information.

How it can lead to a new career

Published on Saturday, January 4, 2014

Volunteer GuidebookVolunteering can provide an invaluable experience for the volunteer and the receiver of volunteer service.  Retirees, long-term unemployed adults and teens seeking work experience can benefit from volunteering. Volunteering provides the giver an opportunity to acquire new skills, to utilize their skills by teaching others and to meet new people.  Volunteering can even bolster one's confidence and possibly lead to a new career.

How we can help with your New Year's resolutions

Published on Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Guide to Healthy Restaurant EatingAre you ready for 2014? If you said yes, then fantastic! If you said no, do not worry! We can help.

The beginning of the year is a great time to make change in your life. Most people do this by creating a New Year's resolution! Of course, many people will make the same resolutions year after year. We can help make things different this year by providing great resources that will help you stick to your goals!

Creating your dream job

Published on Friday, November 1, 2013

I Don't KnowEach of us have talents and most of us are passionate about at least one thing in life. Your passion might be for food, clothes, travel, painting, exercise or any number of things. If we could just find work that matches our talent and passion, life would be far more fulfilling.

We can begin to find more fulfilling work by evaluating our goals in life and putting those goals in perspective. Creating a fresh approach to your desired goals not only makes you think about what is important to you but also what makes you happy.

Celebrating the Kids Euro Fest

Published on Thursday, October 17, 2013

Madeline doll with tea set

Extended hours means more programs to enjoy! Come and meet Madeline on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 1:30 p.m.

We will put our spotlight on France to celebrate the Kids Euro Festival.

Join us as we travel to Paris through the book Madeline's Tea Party. While in Paris, we will have our own tea party, and if time permits, we will also see Monet's garden with Linnea.

Happy Hour @ Lamond-Riggs

Published on Monday, October 7, 2013

Marvin T Jones, PhotographerPlease join us Wednesday evening Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.  Area resident Marvin T. Jones will be on hand to discuss his new film, The Gold Coast.

According to a New York Times article, "The Shifting 'Gold Coast,'" By Neil A. Lewis. "For more than two decades, Washington's black elite lived in an enclave in the Northwest corner of the city. If one was a doctor, lawyer, senior Government official or connected to Howard University, one hoped to or was even expected to live in ''the Gold Coast.''"

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