Come to this story time and listen to books from and about other parts of the world! With songs and fingerplays in different languages, this story time is a cultural experience for the whole family.
Around the World Story Time is for children ages 3-5 and their caregivers.
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It's just what it says on the tin: movies with some element of realism, some parsimonious narrative shred of the numinous, the impossible, the beguilingly made-up. Planets uninhabited and otherwise, fairies, space marines, time travel, wayward otherworldly machines, and the reality-bending light-out-of-darkness of every universe. And, perhaps, a little adventure and romance, if our voyage permits.
New Year, New Name, New Service!
Got an issue with technology? Come let us troubleshoot.
Want to download free books, music, movies and magazines to your device or computer? Come let us walk you through it.
Have a question about how digital things work? Come let us help you find the answer!
Are you a jobseeker with questions about discrimination? Do you believe that discrimination is preventing you from getting or keeping a job?
As part of the D.C. Public Library and Neighborhood Legal Services Program’s (NLSP’s) Breaking Barriers to Employment series, Teresa Rainey, Community Outreach Coordinator at the D.C. Office of Human Rights, will give a one-hour-and-15-minute (2:00 - 3:15 p.m.) presentation on how D.C. jobseekers can deal with employment discrimination.
Join DC Public Library librarians on the third Wednesday of each month at Gordon Biersch Brewery for a modern-day book club. Books & Bars is a book club that promises great food, drinks, a comfortable atmosphere, and great discussion on today’s most intriguing books.
This month's Manga Club at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library Teen Space focused on Ninja and Samurai. We learned about the historical similarities and differences between Japan's two iconic warriors as well as the many myths and legends that make them so unforgettable.Did you know that Ninja literally means "invisible men," and the youngest recorded ninja assassin was only 13 years old? Also, Samurai adhered to a strict code of moral conduct known as Bushido that placed honor and service above even their own lives.
Georgetown Professor Maurice Jackson presents the Black History Month Keynote Lecture
On Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 6:30 p.m., we are delighted to present the Black History Month Keynote Lecture by Georgetown University Professor Maurice Jackson.Dr. Jackson will speak on the topic, "Great Black Music and the Desegregation of Washington, D.C."
In celebration of Black History Month, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library presents a program on one of the most significant Black artists. Jacob Lawrence's career spanned the period from the Harlem Renaissance to 1997. His distinctive artwork chronicles the migration of African Americans and tells the stories of ordinary people as well as heroes.
Ethiopia, 1954. Twin brothers Shiva and Marion Stone’s Indian-nun mother dies during their birth and their British father abandons them. As revolution brews decades later, Marion, a surgeon, flees to America, where he eventually confronts his past.
The groundhog might be predicting six more weeks of winter, but there are still plenty of reasons to celebrate while the snow is falling down around you. Check out some of these interesting holidays by going to the websites below to learn more information: Feb. 1-28 – Library Lovers Month Feb. 2 – Bonza Bottler Day
Ever wanted to take the next step in your knit work with those cool twists and turns, but didn't know how or know where to start?The Knitty Gritty Committee is here to help! For February, MLK's knitting circle will explore cabling!
What would these three political icons have to say if they were with us today?
Please join us in the Great Hall on Saturday, Feb. 1 at 1 p.m. for a staged reading of the play, "Malcolm, Martin, Medgar," by noted author and journalist, A. Peter Bailey. Bailey is the author of Witnessing Brother Malcolm X, The Master Teacher: A Memoir.This special presentation will be narrated by Malaak Shabazz, the youngest daughter of the Malcolm X.