Need help with your job search process? Get help at our Job Seekers Drop-in Clinic @ the Parklands-TurnerNeighborhood Library.Get help with:preparing your resumesearching for jobs onlinefinding useful books and other resource materials to help you find employment.Every Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Walk-ins welcome. For additional information, call 202-645-4532.
The Parklands-Turner Library will offer a weekly Job-Seekers Clinic on Tuesdays from noon until 2 p.m. beginning Tuesday, February 28, 2012.The clinic will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis. When you visit, be sure to check out the following titles:
If it's the third Wednesday of the month, then it's Teen Movie Night @ your Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library! Enjoy a variety of movies ranging from the most seat-gripping suspense to heart-pounding action to side-splittingcomedies. The series will begin Wednesday, February 15, at 6 p.m. Grab a friend and treat them to a great movie--free!Ages 13 to 19.
Martin Luther King Jr. Read-aloudStory Hour, Tuesday and Thursday,January 10 and 1210:30 a.m.Ages 2-5Teen and Adult Listening HourThe Speeches of Martin Luther King Jr.Monday and WednesdayJanuary 9 and 117:30 p.m.Ages 13 to adult
Being a new parent does not have to be unnerving. You can guide your children from the terrible twos to the terrible teens without becoming "undone."Parklands has a selection of books that will not only hold your interest, but will give you great advice on understanding and connecting with your children from toddler to teen.
The Parklands-Turner Library sincerely regrets the cancellation of "Brazil for Kids," originally scheduled for presentation on Tuesday, July 19. The Brazilian Embassy has graciously provided books about Brazil, so library users may pick up a free book during their next visit to the Parklands-Turner Library. At a later date to be announced, a story hour featuring the country of Brazil will be offered.
Learn about Japan and Japanese culture, from the Japan-American Society of Washington, D.C., through hands-on activities and demonstrations. Hear stories about the daily school life of Japanese children, learn a basic Japanese greeting and counting, and discover the basic geography of Japan. Ages 2-12.