A share-and-tell to keep children engaged in reading.
Including these topics:
Nov. 18: Help Your Child Become a Reader
Dec. 16: Read Aloud Workshop
Jan. 20: Destination Library = Fun for All
Feb. 17: You and Your Curious Child
March 17: Think Green
There 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.
Volunteering 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.
Each 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.
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.
The Anacostia and Lamond-Riggs libraries are currently seeking qualified volunteers for a new series of events designed by DC Public Library and the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Foundation.