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.
Do any of your children like reading or writing poetry?Have you noticed your child has a particular gift with words?Are your family and friends receiving custom hand-written greeting cards from your child(ren)?Would you like to help your children discover their hidden poetic gift?
If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, you and your child are encouraged to join our
poetry program (and if you answered "no," come and explore poetry with us anyway!).
GET READY, GET SET, GO!
Visit the Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library all day long on Tuesday, June 7th for the official Congress Heights Neighborhood kickoff of the DC Public Library's Summer Reading Club for 2016.
Activities are planned all day long for adults, children and teens, which feature the summer reading theme for 2016 "Go for the Gold, Read!".
Are you a job applicant with concerns about what employers might find when running a background check? Come to this interactive workshop to learn about your rights during the job search if you have a criminal record (either convictions or arrests) or problems with credit reports.
Three fun Black History Events for TeensA Movie & Popcorn: "Slavery by Another Name" challenges one of American’s most cherished ideals: that slavery in this country ended with the Emancipation Proclamation. This film documents how for more than 80 years, thousands of African Americans, often guilty of no crime at all, were arrested,and forced to work without pay. Feb. 12 @ 2pm