As many of you already know, the Children's Room at the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Library has been holding an ice cream program daily for the past few weeks. Now we are posting the recipe for anyone who either missed the program or just wants the chance to make it at home.Impress your friends with our simple recipe!Do-it-yourself Vanilla Ice CreamIngredients:1 cup of milk or half-and-half
Learn to use one of the most popular search engines to identify potential jobs and to post your résumé and cover letter for potential employers to consider. Also, learn how to apply to job postings, using one of three methods, and how to keep track of your application process in order to keep your job search organized.In order to actively participate, customers must be able to do the following:
Over the last 10 years there has been a rise in violent attacks against the homeless at the hands of non-homeless people, including 244 deaths. As more and more people and families are pushed out of their homes in this current economic crisis, there are more vulnerable people on the streets.
Planning to go to college in the fall? Or just curious about what college is all about? A panel of local college students from community colleges, private universities, public colleges, and art schools will be talking about their experiences--everything including:
navigating the financial aid office
getting along with your roommate/s
living off campus
balancing school, work, and social life
transferring schools and transferring credits
Come to the College Information Center, room 324, 6:00 PM
Washington DC is home to a very active community of advocates, fighting for fair housing and the rights of people without homes. As the seat of this nation's democratic government, DC is an epicenter for advocacy, activism, and social change.DC is also home to a large population of homeless people, and that population grows larger each day, as housing prices continue to skyrocket, and job loss deepens.
Spring is a season for change, and we have quite a few taking place in the Children’s Division.Ms. Audrey Fields will be the Children’s Librarian at the new Benning Neighborhood Library, which will be opening April 5, 2010. While we will miss her greatly, we know the library’s newest branch will have some amazing programs.We would also to welcome Ms. Mary Phelan, who is coming to us from Cleveland Park. She brings great enthusiasm to her work with children, and we look forward to her joining the team.
Local Maryland first time novelist Christine Trent will be speaking about her historical fiction novel The Queen’s Dollmaker.
Christine Laurent, a young woman of Anglo-French heritage establishes herself as a dollmaker in London and is commissioned to make dolls for Queen Marie-Antoinette and her friends.