Namaste!Come to Southwest Library on Saturday, June 14 at 1pm for free yoga! Don't worry if you can't tell downward dog from cat pose; this class is for newcomers to yoga, and instructor Carrie Hsieh will walk you through an hour of poses to help you achieve calm and stillness. However, those who have practiced for years are also welcome!For ages 13 and older.Namaste!
Raining Yet? The Southwest library has rain in the forecast today. Stop by and watch the library rain blue books. Great teen fiction titles, from the old to the new!!!! Let’s experience April showers together!!! Come check it out!
Yes! Are you ready to pull out the grill? Summer is around the corner and the Southwest Library has great grill cookbooks. They are full of wonderful recipes that will make you the king or queen of the grill. Here are a few grill titles with great recipes:
Interested in learning about your family tree, but not sure where to begin? Come to Southwest Library on Saturday, May 17 at 1 p.m. for some tips and suggestions from local blogger David Lynch, who writes about his own experience researching his ancestry!
Join us in the children's room for some fun activities during Spring Break!On Monday and Tuesday, April 14 and April 15, we will be crafting with T-shirts, so bring one of your own to decorate. Don't forget to bring some creativity too!
Do you have what it takes to be a Poet?Celebrate National Poetry Month with us at the Southwest Library on April 23 at 7 p.m. and read your best original work or best poem by other authors.Win great prizes!Don’t want to read? Sign up to be a judge and rate other peoples' work.All ages are encouraged to participate and don’t forget to invite your family and friends.
Come help us start a family garden at Southwest Library on Saturday, April 12 at 2 p.m.!We have (most of) the tools, but if you have an extra shovel to bring, all the better!Rain date TBD.Call 202-724-4298 for more details.(AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)