Children's librarians will present books and film clips about Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and his role in the Civil Rights Movement while students create their own quilt squares. We will also discuss the role quilts and quilting played in black history. The squares will then be sewn into a quilt, which will be displayed in the library window.For students ages 9-11.
Why was Dr. Martin Luther King considered to be a great leader? Come and share your thoughts and ideas in our Children's Program room on the main level. There will be entertainment, including a song by Stevie Wonder and sharing birthday cookies with Dr. King.Ages 6-12 years.
Come into the library and pick up your “Turkey Trapping” puzzle. Be one of the first three with the correct answer and win the prize. Win a beautiful green authentic Magic Tree House writing implement and “Thanksgiving Survival” package. Only one submisson per person please.Remember when you visit the library to check out a book, you are a winner. Select a book from our Thanksgiving display and enjoy your holiday.
And the first ball up is…Celebrate national BINGO month with a holiday-themed Bingo party.Please register via email or call Woodridge library (202-541-6226) to let us know that you are coming.For ages 5 to 12.
Videk lives in a big family with four older brothers and sisters and a very busy mother. In fact, his mother is so busy, she doesn’t even have time to make him a new shirt.One day, Videk rips his old, hand-me-down shirt — and some friends from Nature come to his rescue.Recommended for ages 3-8.