Celebrate International Games Day at the Southeast Library with two hours of drop-in fun. We'll provide light refreshments as well as popular and lesser-known board and card games appropriate for all ages, preschoolers through adults -- but feel free to bring your favorite game along, too!
Safe neighborhoods represent a major concern for District residents. Last year, there was a total of 105 killings in the city.
According to the Metropolitan Police Department's (MPD) District Crime Data at a Glance, this year's homicide count stands at 124 as of October 19, 2015 with two months remaining in the calendar year.
What are the causes of violence in the District of Columbia? Has MPD initiatied any new strategies aimed at reducing homicides?
Join the Friends of Rosedale Library (FORL) in celebrating the 3rd Anniversary of the Rosedale Library with a Reverse Book Sale. Drop off your gently used books or make a donation. We’ll use the books to raise funds for FORL programs and events at the Library.
From outlines to sheer inspiration, there are many ways to write a book. This panel will focus on different methods authors use to get started writing their novels including character development, outlining, world building and more. A variety of authors from different genres will reflect on their process from inspiration to putting words on the page. This will be a great preparation session for writers prepping for National Novel Writing Month in November, or for established authors interested in hearing about another's craft.
Dr. Andrew Jackson Foster and the African-American Deaf Mission in Washington, DC
Dr. Isaac O. Agboola, Interim Dean, School of Education, Business, and Human Services, Gallaudet University
Judy C. Williams, Historian, Shiloh Baptist Church, Washington, DC
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library
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