The Palisades Library will celebrate 50 years at the V St NW location from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Library Director Richard Reyes-Gavilan will lead a keynote address beginning at 1:30 p.m.
A special day of events is planned including technology workshops, local bands, and a puppet show! See a 3-D printer in action and meet local community groups!
The day's events have been generously supported by the Friends of Palisades Library.
Celebrate National Karaoke Week with "Kids Love Karaoke," a special program to encourage confident public reading and singing as well as supportive listening in children ages 5-10.
Do you love to watch and sing along with contestants on American Idol and The Voice?
Petworth Neighborhood Library will give you the opportunity to have fun while practicing and showing off your vocal gifts in a supportive, friendly environment before you get discovered by the pros!
The SynchroniCity ensemble performs a suite of Strayhorn composition.
This program is presented by East River Jazz, in partnership with the DC Public Library and funded by the Elizabeth Holden Bequest.
Join us for a performance featuring Christylez Bacon's eclectic blend of Strayhorn inspired classical, jazz and hip-hop arrangements and lyricism.
This program is presented by East River Jazz in partnership with the DC Public Library and funded by the Elizabeth Holden Bequest.
Vocalist Imani Grace Cooper and pianist Janice Gill discuss some of their past performances and perform some Strayhorn compositions.
(Presented by East River Jazz, in partnership with the DC Public Library)
Come and celebrate the rich musical heritage of Washington, D.C. and its famed U Street corridor with the D.C. Legendary Musicians!
This is a dramatic and musical tribute featuring performances by Memphis Gold, Mark Preston, Jimi Smooth, Greg Gaskins, and much more!
Master of Ceremonies: Mark Segraves, of NBC Channel 4
There will also be an audio-visual presentation of the U Street Oral History Project.
In the Great Hall at the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Library.
Join us for an afternoon of standard classical church music and heritage music featuring the Morehouse College Glee Club and Quartet, one of America's oldest all-male collegiate glee clubs.
See you at the concert!
Luke Steward presents "Heroes are Gang Leaders," featuring poet Thomas Sayers Ellis, saxophonist James Brandon Lewis and Luke Steward on bass. Luke Steward is an accomplished D.C.-based experimental music impresario and multi-instrumentalist.