In spite of the strangely warm weather, let's get together and imagine some snow!Join us for our latest craft-ernoon on Dec. 28. NOTE: start time has moved back to 2 p.m. We will be using coffee filters to make cut-out snowflakes, which we will then paint using watercolors. The result is a beautiful decoration, which can be displayed on a window, fridge, or even as a last-minute Christmas tree ornament!
Come celebrate Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve with a Holiday Play time at the library! Instead of our regular Lap Time and Story Time, we will have free play with a mirror tent, tunnel and lots of toys for babies and preschoolers from 10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
Have friends or family visiting for the holidays? New to the area? Just want to learn more about your city?Tammy Belden, local tour guide, will provide a brief history of the District along with some entertaining local stories, and some good suggestions for exploring today. Join us on Thursday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m.
The Friends of the Takoma Park Library is sponsoring a special presentation of Pigs at the Pole by Blue Sky Puppet Theater! Be sure to come Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 10:30 a.m. for some holiday fun.Santa's in trouble...the elves have the flu...presents need to be made...he calls for help!!!Who responds?
This Saturday, Nov. 30, we will be making snowflake ornaments to hang on doors, trees, or even wreaths. The possibilities are endless, and so is the fun!Please join us from 1-2 p.m. Materials include pipe cleaners, popsicle sticks, and, of course, glitter!
Every DC Public Library branch is planning a special Sunday event to get the word out about our new Sunday hours. Sunday, Dec. 8 will be the Takoma Park branch celebration. We have something for everyone!Check out our event lineup:1-5 p.m. Digital Bar. Browse the latest collection of ereader devices and how you can get digital library content.1-2 p.m. American Sign Language Story Time with craft activity. There will also be PAL (People Animals Love) therapy dogs available to interact with children.
Grammy award winner Alecia Beth Moore (better known as P!nk) is just a library card and a click away! P!nk is coming to Washington, D.C. with her The Truth About Love tour, and you're invited. Yes, you!