Spring Break

Wonderstruck

Newspaper Building Challenge

Are you up to the challenge? Use your creative engineering skills to make buildings out of newspaper, just like Rose from Brian Selznick's Wonderstruck.  The challenges will include building towers from limited materials with the goal of creating the tallest and strongest buildings.

Spring Break Fun: Part One

Join us in the children's room for some fun activities during Spring Break!On Monday and Tuesday, we will be crafting with T-shirts, so bring one of your own to decorate and repurpose.Appropriate for ages 8 to 12.

Spring Break Fun: Part Two

Join us in the children's room for some fun activities during Spring Break!On Thursday and Friday, we will explore fun ways to learn computer programming concepts by creating computer programs of our own and participate in group activities.Appropriate for ages 8 to 12. 

Spring Break Movies at Deanwood

 During your spring break, come view new children's movie releases at Deanwood. For ages 5-12.

Games Galore

We are taking it back to when board games were fun. The Dorothy I. Height/Benning Library wants to share our love for board games with you.Ages 5-12.This program is free and open to the public

Spring Break Matinee Movie

Come and join us Spring Break Week for a surprise matinee movie.All ages are welcome.Light snacks will be served.

Friends Book Sale and Membership Drive

Help Capital View Library celebrate National Library Week with the Friends of the Library Book Sale and Membership Drive.Find some old favorites, discover new wonders, and learn how you can support the library.

Teen Craft Time

Join us for Easter crafts for ages 13-19.

Double Feature Movie Madness

Relax in the cool indoors and enjoy a double feature: A film featuring a "despicable" villan and three cute kids -- and its sequel.Refreshments will be served.

Easter Crafternoon

Join us for a day of Easter crafts.

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