In Washington, D.C., the most accessible art form isn’t in the museums, it’s on the metro. And nowhere within the city’s transit system can you see more art on the walls than on the red line train between Union Station and Silver Spring. For years, the ride along this section of the red line has showcased various works done illegally by graffiti writers. Big, colorful, boisterous tags advertising the names of unknown assailants.
Read, watch, discuss. Committed to settling the eternal question: Which is better, the book or the movie?
We meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month.
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Ever wondered if a famous writer lived in your neighborhood? Are you curious how certain areas of DC are portrayed in fiction? You can find out the answers to both questions with the help of a website and an app.
Let your hair down and enjoy leisure time in a friendly environment filled with inspiring minds and equally impressive talent. Join forces with those who share the same passion for arts and crafts at our monthly craft workshops. Come have fun, be creative, and meet new friends.
Join us Saturday, July 26 at 2 p.m. for a fun challenge. From plastic cups and balloons, we will create Pom Pom Shooters to launch off fluffy little pom poms. Let's see how far we can make these little balls of fluff fly! All ages welcome, accompanied by an adult. We'll meet outside, weather permitting.
Takoma Park Library is having a bow tie affair... or something like that! Come craft duct tape bow ties with us - we'll show you how! Duct tape do-it-yourself projects are the new craze. There are all sorts of things you can make out of duct tape, including: hair bands, clothing, key chains, book covers and BOW TIES!
Looking to practice your Spanish conversational skills? Join us every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month for a friendly half-hour chat and stick around to converse with those practicing their English. Each meeting will focus on a particular topic.The first meeting will take place August 5 at 7 p.m.