Teens

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After-School Tutoring at Tenleytown

Tenley/Friendship Library is partnering with A-STEP (After-School Tutoring and Enrichment Program) to provide a free after-school tutoring program for middle and high school students. We will have sessions every Tuesday 3:30-5:30 p.m. and Saturdays 11 a.m.-2 p.m.  Tutors will be on hand to help with homework and projects in English, history, math, or science.   Drop by to pick up an enrollment form today!
A-STEP @ Tenleytown Flyer

Saturday Tutoring and Enrichment at Tenleytown

Tenley/Friendship Library is partnering with A-STEP (After-School Tutoring and Enrichment Program) to provide a free tutoring and enrichment program for middle and high school students every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Tutors will be on hand to help with homework and projects in English, history, math, or science.  Drop by to pick up an enrollment form today!
Dr. Diane Kern, PH.D.

7:30 Tuesdays! Still looking for The One?

This program was rescheduled due to inclement weather.   Join Dr. Diane Kern and special guest Ms. Kiki Strickland, local dating coach and Ebony Magazine's No. 1 Matchmaker, as we discuss strategies to improve your dating skills and search for that special someone. This will be a lively interactive forum, where the following issues will be addressed:
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Teen Tech Week: Internet Game Programming

Teen Tech Week is an opportunity for public libraries to highlight all things technology and computer science geared to teens.  Popular Internet games and mobile apps are programmed with a high-powered, yet easy to learn language known as Python.  Please join the Woodridge Library on the above date and time as we play "Code Combat" to learn the basics of Python coding for game navigation.  Best for ages 10 and older.
Marian Anderson concert at the Lincoln Memorial

Inspiring the Me I Want to Be: Marian Anderson

Teaching artist Tom Minter and DC Public Librarians will lead an interactive program for all ages about Marian Anderson, a renowned African American singer who overcame discrimination to be trained and perform in noted venues such as the Metropolitan Opera House. The audience will have many opportunities to sing along and participate.
Photo of Marian Anderson at the Lincoln Memorial

Inspiring the Me I Want to Be: Marian Anderson

Teaching artist Tom Minter and DC Public Librarians will lead an interactive program for all ages about Marian Anderson, a renowned African American singer who overcame discrimination to be trained and perform in noted venues such as the Metropolitan Opera House. The audience will have many opportunities to sing along and participate.
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Creative Writing Workshop with 826DC

826DC will lead a creative writing workshop on incorporating art into creative writing. Inspired by the work of Brian Selznick, don't miss this special opportunity to learn from the best. Ages 13-19.
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Geek Squad: Hour of Code Workshop

It's Teen Tech Week time! Join members of Best Buy's Geek Squad for a hands-on Hour of Code program in the Large Meeting Room. Please email barbara.dougherty@dc.gov if you are coming with a group, as seating is limited.
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Courage for the Struggle: African Americans and the Vote

In recognition of Selma Week, commemorating the 50th Anniversary Selma to Montgomery Voting Rights March, local historian, author and lecturer C.R Gibbs will lead a lecture: “Courage for the Struggle: African Americans and the Vote.” Join us for this lively and informative presentation. Best for ages 16 years and older.

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