Japan-in-a-Suitcase brings traditional toys, clothing, school items, and crafts to encourage a deeper understanding and awareness of Japan and Japanese culture to school children through hands-on activities and demonstrations.
The Truck Farm is a traveling, edible exhibit that allows D.C.’s urban youth to really “dig in” to the source of the food that fuels their growing bodies and minds. In partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) People’s Garden, DC Central Kitchen’s Truck Farm visits youth agencies and schools to deliver interactive and educational lessons about the benefits of nutritious produce.
Join us to learn about yummy plants and see how they can be used. Each session will include a tasting!
Open to children ages 6-18.
Ready Steady Strong is an education program created by FEMA Corps to educate children about disaster preparedness. What do you do in case of a weather disaster? How will you be prepared? Kids can learn how to be superheroes in their own homes!
For ages 8 to 18
Drew is coming back!
Tenley-Friendship Library will be THE SPOT to meet Drew Storen of the Washington Nationals, hear him read a story, and answer your questions.
DC Public Library Summer Reading is sponsored by The Washington Nationals.
A creative writing workshop by 826DC on superheroes and villains. Students learn the basics of writing conflict in a supernatural showdown between heroic good guys and villainous bad guys.
For ages 8-12.