Educational Programs

bonnie j. morris

Women Breaking Barriers: From Voting to Sports

Please join us for a special lecture for Women's History Month with Bonnie J. Morris, PhD. Dr. Morris has taught women's history for both Georgetown and George Washington University for over twenty years. She is the author of thirteen books, including Women's History for Beginners, a children's anti-bullying book, and three Lambda Literary Award finalists.
Birmingham Jail Players

Birmingham Jail Players Present

You are cordially invited to a performance by the Birmingham Jail Players in celebration of Black History Month.  We will be presenting readings by African Americans from the District of Columbia.  Please join us at Palisades Library on Monday, February 22, at 7:30 p.m. The same program will be offered at Bellevue Library on Tuesday, February 16, at 6:30 p.m.
five love languages

Discovering Your Love Language

What is your love language? How do you express and receive love? Join Dr. Diane Kern, Ph.D. and others in an engaging discussion of the book, The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate by Dr.
Lost in the Stars: Photo by Karli Cadel, The Glimmerglass Festival

Lost in the Stars: an Evening with the Washington National Opera

In partnership with the Washington National Opera, DC Public Library presents a discussion of the upcoming Kennedy Center program, Lost in the Stars.
Birmingham Jail Players

Birmingham Jail Players Present

You are cordially invited to a performance by the Birmingham Jail Players in celebration of Black History Month.  We will be presenting readings by African Americans from the District of Columbia.  Please join us at Bellevue Library on Tuesday, February 16, at 6:30 pm. The same program will be offered at Palisades Library on Monday, February 22, at 7:30 pm.
Shakespeare's Henry VHomer's IliadThe Red Badge of CourageAll Quiet on the Western FrontThe Ghost Road

Faces of War in Western Literature Series

The West End Library Friends present a series of discussions led by Professorial Lecturer Ori Z. Soltes of Georgetown University's Department of Theology. This year's 5-part series, Faces of War in Western Literature, will discuss glory, heroism, ugliness and cowardice as recurring themes in accounts of war over the centuries. The works to be discussed are:
Houses

Home Buying 101 Workshop

Space for this program is limited. Register by emailing PetworthLibrary@dc.gov.
houses

Home Buying 101 Workshop

Space for this program is limited. Register by emailing PetworthLibrary@dc.gov.
houses

Home Buying 101 Workshop

Space for this program is limited. Register by emailing PetworthLibrary@dc.gov.
houses

Home Buying 101 Workshop

Space for this program is limited. Register by emailing PetworthLibrary@dc.gov.

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