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.
Please contact us at 202-576-7252 or email email@example.com to get a copy of the next book.
Join English and Spanish speakers every first and third Tuesday of the month for a half-hour of conversation in Spanish followed by a half-hour of conversation in English. Each meeting will focus on a particular topic/area of interest.br />
Basic English/Spanish skills preferred.
Únase a los hablantes de inglés y español cada primer y tercer martes del mes para una charla de media hora en español seguido por una charla de media hora en inglés. Cada sesión se centrará en un tema particular.
Básico inglés/español preferido.
This is a monthly workshop focused on helping job seekers.
Each month will feature different topics, such as resume clinics, online job searching, using social media in job searching, and other topics by special guest speakers.
Check our monthly calendar at the branch or call 202-576-7252 for more details.
Congratulations to the lucky winner of our Fizz, Boom, Read (ages 6-12) Summer Reading raffle, Ben Allen! Ben won a Kindle Fire for completing eight hours of reading. We asked him a few questions to get to know him a little better.What is your favorite book?
The Children's/Parent Book Club wants to know your FAVORITE book of the summer?
The Children's/Parent Book Club will have its first meeting on Thursday, September 4, at 7 p.m. Participants are asked to bring their favorite book of the summer. We will briefly discuss the books, and decide our schedule for the year. Best for youth in 2nd - 4th grade and their parents/guardians.
A thaumatrope is a 19th century toy which uses the power of the eye to turn two images into one!A disc or card with two separate images on the front and back is twirled rapidly to create the illusion of one image.In the above example, an image of a horse on one side, and an image of a rider on the other side, are spun so fast on a string that the eye thinks they are one solid image.
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.