Are you thinking of starting your own business? Don't know how to begin?
Come to this free two-hour seminar by the DC Small Business Development Center. This workshop will give you an overview of the thought process that goes into the development of a business plan and a discussion of the reasons why. Please pre-register with DCSBDC to attend this program.
Congratulations, Shaniah!Shaniah Newport is the winner of the children's reading program raffle prize, a Kindle Fire. Shaniah is 9 years old and enjoys reading Goosebumps right now. Her favorite place to read is in the library.
You've done the reading. Now it's time to do the partying.Come to the Northwest One Library to celebrate the end of summer reading on Thursday, Aug. 22 at 6 p.m.We will have reading certificates, reader recognition, games, prizes and a craft.
Come Thursday morning, July 31, at 11 a.m. for a lively puppet show which will help us "Dig Into Reading." This program is offered in conjunction with the Summer Reading program intended for ages 6-12.There is a summer reading program for every age. If you haven't done so already, sign up for one at the library!
RESCHEDULED PROGRAM!Join us Thursday, July 11, at 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon for stories told by Dr. Sharon Gaston.She uses a variety of teaching styles to present stories with a focus on character education.For ages 4 and older.
Pet rocks are loyal creatures. They never get hungry, bite, or pee on your rug. Plus, they're fun to make!This year, we're kicking off the Beneath the Surface Teen Summer Reading at Northwest One with free pet rocks! Sign up for summer reading and get cool prizes just for entering.
Come to the Northwest One Library on Wednesday, June 4, for the children's summer reading kick-off. Uncle Devin will delight us with drumming and storytelling at 11 a.m.Sign up for summer reading and receive a reading log and a bookmark with a shovel of seeds.It is time to dig into reading! Intended for ages 5-12.
In celebration of El día de los niños/El día de los libros, the Northwest One Neighborhood Library will be hosting Uno, Dos, Tres con Andrés, Monday, April 29 at 10:30 a.m. This is an interactive children's show that teaches Spanish language and Latin American culture.
Creating poetry is incredibly difficult. The form is dependent on condensed story and exact language, rhythm and invention. I had some of our teens create poems out of book spines in celebration of National Poetry Month, and I was really impressed by some of the poems they created. Check them out for yourself!