There's a lot of information about health on the Internet, but how do you know what information is the most accurate and up to date?P.I. Advocates International will be at the Southeast Library on Thursday, June 23, at 1 p.m. to teach you how to navigate the world of medical websites, and how to find the best information for your health needs.
Children's book author David Hyde Costello will visit the Southeast Library on Friday, June 17, at 11 a.m. for a very special preschool story time. Costello is the author of I Can Help and Little Pig Joins the Band, which was just released this month.
It's that time of year again! Babies, tots and kids from birth to age 12 can travel the world with our summer reading theme, "One World, Many Stories." Join us at the library for special story times and crafts, and of course, don't forget to log those books that you're reading for a prize!
Our Preschool Story Time is moving to a new day starting in June. Currently, pre-schoolers (ages 3-5) enjoy stories on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. Starting June 6, we will be having Preschool Story Time on Mondays at 10 am.The Baby/Toddler Lap Time (ages birth to 2) will remain on Wednesdays at 11 a.m.We hope to see you there!
Jack Roosevelt Robinson was a star athlete before the Dodgers, or even the Monarchs. But do you think Jackie Robinson only made a name in baseball? Think again! He was also an actor, businessman and author, and he is regarded as a champion for civil rights. Join us Thursday, April 7, at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the life and legacy of this great man and learn about the Jackie Robinson Society.
Tuesday Feb. 22nd, 4pm: Black History Month Crafts and Activities for kids 6-12. 7pm: Black History Art Show and Poetry Reading with AJ Giovanni, for adults.Thursday Feb. 24th, 7pm: Music and Civil Rights since 1968, for adults.
Join us at the library for a special opportunity to hear widely acclaimed composer Elena Ruehr, Professor of Music and winner of the Baker Undergraduate Teaching Award at MIT. Professor Ruehr is dedicated to bringing the arts to students of all ages.
Thursday, March 3 6:30pm Margaret hollister will discuss growing up in Peking in the 1930s and will read from her new memoir, Inheriting China. Margaret has been a strong advocate for reading and teh city's libraries for over 40 years. She re-established the Friends of the Southeast Library in the 1970s. As a retired social worker, she designed programs to get donated books into public housing and the city jail. During the 1990, she became affectionately known as "the bathroom lady", attending DC Public Library Board meetings and pleading for the replacemnt of decrepit