Palisades
Neighborhood Library

Yoga and Meditation

Join us on Saturday, Aug. 3 and Saturday, Sept. 7 at 2 p.m. for Yoga and Meditation with Debbie Bennett.

Children Celebrate Folk!

Did you know that the Smithsonian Folklife Festival begins on June 26? This free festival, held every summer on the National Mall, celebrates several U.S. and foreign cultures each year with music, crafts, food and demonstrations of practical skills.

Travel Guides

"I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list." - Susan SontagCome and check out our new travel guides at the Palisades Library.

Meditation for Healthy Living

Join us on Thursday, June 6 and June 13 at 7 p.m. for Meditation with Karin Silverman

The Great Read-In Edible Storytime!

Do you like reading? Do you like eating? If so, then join us for a special family-friendly story time filled with both on Saturday, June 15 at 2 p.m.No, we won't be eating the books or reading the food. We will be reading the books and then eating snacks we make based on the books we read. 

Miss Christina's May Reading Pick

‘Melonhead and the Vegalicious Disaster’

Local author Katy Kelly’s book, Melonhead and the Vegalicious Disaster  , will please many children of the D.C.

Read In

A Groundbreaking Way to Celebrate Reading

Join us on Saturday, June 15 for Read In, an all-day celebration of reading for pleasure.Sign up for Adult Summer Reading and get a prize!Discover groundbreaking books!Chat about your favorite reads!Enjoy light refreshments!Get suggestions for summer reading!

Spring Into Meditation

David Newcomb, an author and practitioner of meditation for over 36 years, will lead helpful and stimulating workshops for old and new meditators. He will demonstrate the most practical methods of controlling and calming the mind for better meditations and stress reduction.Please join David Newcomb for the following meditation workshops at the Palisades Library:

Miss Christina's April Reading Pick

'Like Pickle Juice on a Cookie'

Julie Sternberg’s Like Pickle Juice on a Cookie takes place in the summer before 8-year-old Eleanor’s third-grade year.  Eleanor is dealing with the loss of her cherished babysitter, Bibi, who moved away to take care of her ill father.  Eleanor’s parents tr

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