Summer Reading

Book Trailers

Calling all Teens: Have you read a good book you want to share? Or do you want to learn a cool way to display your writings?

Sci-fi Movie Night

In the not-too-distant future, planet Earth has come under attack from a malevolent race of aliens known as the Formics. Incredibly, fearless International Fleet Commander Mazer Rackham sends them fleeing back into the stars, becoming a living legend in the process. But decorated Colonel Hyrum Graff knows that the Formics will soon return even stronger than they were before, and he's determined to find a new hero who can meet them head on. Upon being recruited into Battle School, Ender partakes in a grueling series of simulations, effortlessly mastering every challenge presented to him.

Wii & the Physics of Dance

Teens will get a chance to learn about the physics of dance while they play and compete against each other using Just Dance 2014 and the Wii.

Get Your "Code" On

Ever wonder how computers work or wanted to create your own website?

TEN Book Discussion Group: "Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"

Join the Tenley-Friendship Book Discussion Group and discuss The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie 

Dog Days of Summer Reading

It's not too late to sign up for DC Public Library's Adult Summer Reading program Literary Elements, and, if you are a regular library user, you are probably already eligible for program prizes!

Dog Days of Summer Reading

It's not too late to sign up for DC Public Library's Adult Summer Reading program Literary Elements, and, if you are a regular library user, you are probably already eligible for program prizes!

"Out of The Basement" Screening and Discussion

Join DC Filmmakers Natalie Avery and Kyle Centers for a screening of their documentary short, Out of the Basement followed by question and answer/panel discussion about the issues the film raises.  

Movie Night at Southwest Library

Come beat the heat, see a hot movie, and--adults--check off a block in your summer reading goals!Sandra Bullock and George Clooney star in this 2013 thriller that will draw viewers into the infinite and merciless realm of deep space.

Summer Science: Sinkers and Floaters

Make your own boat out of clay, foil, paper, or cardboard; and then test the concepts of displacement, upthrust, buoyancy, density, and surface tension as we compete to see whose boat can hold the most pennies without sinking.  Because small objects are used, children participating in this activity should be age 5 and above.  Registration is required.

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