Join us every Monday and Wednesday evening until 8 p.m. to improve your English and chat with new people.
The conversation circles are recommended for adults who can read, write, and carry on conversations in English (Advanced Beginner Level). They will be held in Conference Room 2 on the lower level of the library.
Fore more information, call the Adult Literacy Resource Center at 202-727-1616.
BARS is a creative workshop for youth who enjoy rapping and writing spoken word poems.
Join Words, Beats and Life in the Mt. Pleasant Library Large Meeting Room every Thursday at 4 p.m. to write new songs to original beats & poems and to record and perform. Spend your time making art that makes a difference in your community!
From February 1 through April 18, meet with a qualified AARP tax aide at your local library to help answer your tax questions and prepare your 2015 income tax filing
For more information and to find others sites offering tax assistance please visit dclibrary.org/incometax.
March 15-30, the Mt. Pleasant Library will be celebrating Mythology with our Mythology Madness display. Not only will we have books on display about the gods of Olympus and stories of mythology, we will have The Percy Jackson and the Olympians series on display.Stop in for a special prize and see which library employees are members of Camp Half Blood.
Celebrate these awesome books and have lots of fun!
Do you love Diary of a Wimpy Kid? Come celebrate these awesome books with other Wimpy Kid fans. We’ll be hanging out in the Children’s Room on the second floor after school on Tuesday, March 18 from 4-5 p.m.
Wear your green and celebrate the luck of the Irish during our Family Story Time at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 15 in the Children’s Room. We’ll share stories, songs and dances. Come join in the fun!Children ages 0-12 and their families are welcome to attend.Check out some books to celebrate the holiday at home! Here are a few suggestions:
On June 22, 1954, teenage friends Juliet Hulme — later known as best-selling crime author Anne Perry — and Pauline Parker put their plan to kill Hulme’s mother into motion, rocking New Zealand society to its core and making headlines around the world.
Mango Languages is an exciting new resource offered by DC Public Library to help you learn a new language, or improve your skills with one you already know. We’ll show you how to access the program, get started with a new language, and take advantage of Mango Languages’ exciting features.Along with the main Mango Languages resource, we’ll take a look at Mango’s Little Pim, a fun online tool for kids learning another language.