Takoma Park
Neighborhood Library

Hispanic Heritage Celebration!!!!

It was a hit!

This Saturday, we had the pleasure of welcoming the Maru Montero dancers to our library in honor of Hispanic Heritage.  They showed us some beautiful dance moves and taught us a little bit about their traditional garb. We were also graced by Mr.

Family Craft-ernoon!

Crafts for the whole family!

Let's celebrate fall with a family craft! Starting Saturday, Oct. 5 and continuing every other Saturday from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., Family Craft-ernoon is an hour to make various arts and crafts projects.To start off the program, we will be making leaf collages, drawing inspiration from the beautiful fall foliage.Learn what trees are in our neighborhood and what their leaves look like!

New Hours = New Program Times

Story Time changes

The Takoma Park branch story times will change along with the library's new hours.  Our Pajama and Stuffed Animal Story Time will shift to Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in front of the fireplace.  Children are welcome to come in pajamas and bring their favorite stuffed animal to listen to rhymes, stories, and songs.

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage!

Hispanic Heritage Month

Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with us on Saturday, Sept. 28 starting at 1 p.m. We will kick off with the Maru Montero dancers performing at 1 p.m. There will be face painting of various Latin American flags, Spanish and English bilingual story-time, and live guitar music. There will even be some samples of Salvadoran and Puerto Rican cuisine (thanks to our Friends of the Takoma Park Library and to some of our staff.) 

Parent-Child Book Club

Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH

Takoma Park's Parent-Child Book Club will be meeting a week later this month, due to the Labor Day holiday and the activities surrounding the beginning of school. 

Global Lens Film Series 2013

'The Parade' (Parada) at Takoma Park

DC Public Library has the privilege of presenting, in collaboration with the Global Film Initiative, this year's Global Lens Film series. This is a series of 10 award-winning feature films from Brazil, China, Chile, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, India, Serbia and Mexico.

They're Back...

(the students, that is!)

It’s time to go back to school and back to your library!

Summer Vacation Reads

It's already August, but it's not too late for a summer getaway!

We travel for fun, adventure, relaxation, and to escape our routine. Some people enjoy travelling to places they've never been before, while others prefer their annual trek to the same place they've been vacationing for years. Some prefer the hustle and bustle of cities, while others prefer the solitude of beaches, mountains, or forests. Wherever you go and however you get there, a good vacation read is part of any enjoyable trip! For some of us, catching up on our reading is what vacation is all about!

Win the Loteria!

A new novelist makes his debut

If I hadn't been drawn by the beauty of this book's cover, I would have missed out on a unique and daring read. 

Spotlight on Databases: Global Issues in Context

We may not want to admit it, but school is just about to start. That means getting into the routine of doing homework assignments again!

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