If you love listening to audiobooks, meet up with The Talking Book Club. We meet on the third Thursday of each month, in the Center for Accessibility (Room 215), to discuss audiobooks that spark good conversation!
To get more information and know what we are reading next, call 202-727-2142.
Join us the third Saturday of every month for a different classic film at 1:30 p.m. in room A-5. Come enjoy the films that made us want to become doctors, lawyers, cowboys and gangsters. Brought to life by the best Hollywood has produced!Reconnect with some of your old favorites and get introduced to others you have always wanted to see.
“The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here...” With these words, President Lincoln showed he had not the gift of prophesy. On Nov. 19, 1863, Abraham Lincoln spoke and generations listened. After 150 years, the words said that day still move many of us.
John Muller, one of the new faces in the Special Collections Department
So John, tell us about yourself.I grew up in the Maryland countryside in a little town whose claim to fame is it was the capital - for a single day - when President James Madison stayed in the postmaster’s house on Aug. 26, 1814 while the British invaded Washington. That’s probably why I’ve always been interested in local history.
Everyone is interested in ways to make money and save money. The Library is a cost-effective resource for getting your finances in order. Your tax dollars make these tools available, so make these tools work for you.
Have you been daydreaming about creating the next great fantasy series?Are you choosing heroines for your historical romance?Are you observing human behavior to chronicle in your own urban fiction novel?Or, perhaps you're convinced that you have the next bestselling prizewinner written in your head.