Spring is right around the corner, and the weather seems to indicate it is already here! Welcome in the season with spring-themed crafts during the month of March at the Southeast Library. Children will be able to create tissue paper flowers, rain sticks and more. In the middle of the month, we'll celebrate St. Patrick's Day with all green-themed crafts.
Martin Maple lives on an island with his father where they spend their days tinkering with a machine that Martin’s father promises will bring them a better life. When Martin is ten, his father leaves the island, promising to return before his eleventh birthday. Yet, two years pass and no one, not even summer vacationers, returns to the island. Finally, Martin leaves the island to discover Xibalba.
Paintings by Lindsay Howell and Anthony Wills, Jr.
The Southeast Library, in cooperation with Giovanni's Art Group of Capitol Hill, presents the exhibition, "Art Above the Stacks," throughout the month of February. Featuring paintings by Washington, D.C.
A griot is a West African storyteller, praise singer, poet and musician. In honor of Black History Month, the Southeast Library will host a culinary griot! Attendees will examine ingredients, recipes, and the social significance of unique ethnic meals, as well as the importance of foods prepared and eaten during celebrations.
Love is in the air, and everyone deserves to have a Valentine! Join us at the Southeast Library on Monday, February 13, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. as we share holiday stories. Children will also have the chance to make their very own Valentines.
Children ages 12 and under are invited to participate in our Make and Take Craft sessions! Craft supplies will be available in the downstairs meeting room from 4 to 5 p.m. on February 2 and 16.Kids can work on full art projects, and take them home the same day. Adult supervision required for children 8 and under.
Have you purchased or received an e-reader recently? Are you wondering how you can check out library materials with your e-reader? If so, this workshop is for you. A library staff member will be demonstrating how to to use your e-reader to search for a particular item in our electronic database, put an item on hold, and check out materials from the library.
A prominent leader in the Civil Rights Movement, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. inspired millions. In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, join the Southeast Library as we celebrate the life and work of such an esteemed American.Stories, crafts and even a birthday cake will be provided on Thursday, January 12, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Southeast Library meeting room. Families with children ages 12 and under are welcome.
Teens, come join us for the last teen night of the year on Tuesday, Dec. 20, from 4 to 6 p.m. We'll have pizza and special holiday goodies as well. Bring your friends to play DJ Hero, chess or just hang out.
If you're like many other people who use the library's computers to search for jobs or update your résumé, and you need some extra assistance, stop by the Southeast Library on Wednesday mornings.A librarian will be available to assist you from 10 a.m. to noon. We can help you set up a professional e-mail address, take a look at your résumé and help with job searches.