Teens

Summit

A Man, A Mountain, A Family Milestone

Have you ever dreamed of climbing the fabled snow-capped rooftop of Africa? Please join teacher, blogger and outdoorsman Mr. Brian Whitmer as he shares his journey of summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro: why he embarked on this journey, how he prepared for it and how it changed his life.
Blacks in science

Science in Early and Medieval Africa

Local author C.R. Gibbs will highlight contributions of people of African decent during ancient Africa. Best for teens and adults.  
underground railroad

The Underground Railroad in D.C.

Local author and lecturer C.R. Gibbs will highlight D.C.'s history. This presentation will highlight the District's role in the Underground Railroad. Best for teens and adults.
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3-D Scanner Certification Training

This is the training and certification class for using the 3-D Laser Scanner in the FabLab. All students must attend a FabLab Orientation before registering for the training! No excuses. Click on the link at right to view the 3-D Scanner Certification Training form.
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3-D Printing and Certification Training Registration Form

This is the certification and training to use the 3-D Printers in the FabLab. All students must take a FabLab orientation before registering for the training! No exceptions. Click on the link at right for the 3-D Printing Certification Training Registration Form.
Frida

Frida Kahlo : On the Borderline between Mexico and the United States

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month please join us for a lecture by Abigal McEwen, Assistant Professor of Art History and Archeaolgy at UMD, College Park. This lecture will explore the mythology that has grown around Kahlo’s life and work, from her famously  unflinching self-portraits to her mestiza identity and tumultuous marriage to Diego Rivera, the great mural painter. 
hip-hop

Remix and Rewrite

Join us for a series of workshops that will focus on examining literary devices and techniques through evaluating urban music.
hip-hop

Remix and Rewrite

Join us for a series of workshops that will focus on examining literary devices and techniques through evaluating urban music.
no bullying t shirts

Make Your Own Anti-Bullying T-shirt

Come in and create your own anti-bullying T-shirt. Space is limited, so participants are encouraged to register by Monday Oct. 5, 2015. You may register at woodridgelibrary@dc.gov or call 202-541-6226. Walk-ins welcome on a first-come, first-served basis.
ModernWaytoEat

Feeder’s Advisory : “A Book Club For Those Who Love food”

Do you love browsing through cookbooks and trying new recipes? Do you enjoy sampling and sharing new dishes? This month’s selection is Anna Jones’s A Modern Way to Eat: 200+ Satisfying Vegetarian Recipes (That Will Make You Feel Amazing).

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