Family Programs

PAL Pajama Party

Wear your pajamas and join us for stories, arts & crafts, and an opportunity to read to a PAL dog.Fun for the whole family!

Books and Bites

Come join us for some food, fun and music as we kick off Books & Bites -- a limited engagement with some of D.C.'s tastiest food trucks in front of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.And if you can't make it out on Wednesday, the trucks will be back next week. But this food truck special is only for a limited time, so don't dally.

The Great Read-In Edible Storytime

Join us for a family-friendly story time. We will read stories and then make snacks afterwards based on the books read! 

Pie Reception & Dedication of 1913 Landmark Georgetown Photo

Hosted by Special Collections Librarian Jerry McCoy, and descendants of the families, workers, and patrons of the Connecticut-Copperthite Pie Baking Company of Georgetown.

Picture Books for Parents and Adults

Come to the Bellevue Library's second-floor program room for a monthly meeting/discussion group of an agreed upon book and tips about making your child a reader.The first meeting will be focused on early literacy and deciding on a book.

Twisted Tales: A National Children's Book Week Event

Hilarious send-ups of our most beloved fairytales with a make and take craft to follow.All ages.

Let's Celebrate Mothers!

Let's celebrate mothers by way of stories and arts and crafts.Ages 5-14.

Family Story Time

Come into the library on Thursday evenings for stories, songs and fun for the whole family.Bring a sibling or a friend (real or stuffed), wear your pajamas and get comfy! 

Board Games

Bored? Nothing to do on those warm summer nights? Like board games but have no one to play them with?

Pop-Up Book Showcase!

We have a special collection of pop-up books here at Francis A. Gregory Library. Many of these books are very delicate and not available to check out, but can be read and handled in the library.The librarians will present a short introduction about our pop-up books, including how to handle them and how to get started on making your own basic pop-up cards.

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