Family Programs

Get the “scoop” on Black History

Join us Sunday  for our  Family Program. Get the “scoop” on Black History Start Black History Month with a Family Game Time We will  play "Famous African Americans J-I-N-G-O”  a bingo styled game – fun for all ages,  and enjoy information  from the pages of “What Color is My World?” by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar   all ages welcome    
bookcover art for What Color is My World? by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Get the “scoop” on Black History

Join us Sunday  for our  Family Program. Get the “scoop” on Black History Start Black History Month with a Family Game Time We will  play “Famous African Americans J-I-N-G-O”  a bingo styled game – fun for all ages,  and enjoy information  from the pages of “What Color is My World?” by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar   all ages welcome    
We March by Shane Evans

Black History Month Family Story Times

The Anacostia Neighborhood Library is proud to present special family story times every Thursday at 6 p.m. in February as part of our celebration of Black History Month.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration

Join us for a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Through books and crafts, we will explore Martin Luther King's contributions to society.   This program is approprate for all ages.

Family Movie Sing-Along!

2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Sing along with us as we show Disney's animated movie based on the book. 
Valentine's Day Craft

Valentine Craft

Please join us in the Children's Room for Valentine's Day crafts! Open to all ages!  

Mad Hatter's Tea Party

Join us for our Mad Hatter's Tea Party as we celebrate the birthday of author Lewis Carroll and the 150th anniversary of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Make Wonderland crafts and enjoy "tea" and refreshments. We will follow up our soiree with a screening and sing-a-along of Disney's animated movie based on the book. 
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Celebrating Dr. King!

Join us for a celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.! We will screen a short-film based on the book Martin's Big Words by Doreen Rappaport. After the film, participants will be encouraged to write messages of peace and share their own dreams for the world to be displayed at the library during the week.   

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