Join us on Sunday afternoons from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. for a knitting (and crochet!) circle.
All experience levels welcome, and we will offer introductory instruction to beginners.
In-house training materials will be provided, but please bring needles and yarn for your own take-home projects.
Come to our ESL English Conversation Club, where you can practice your English skills in a casual environment. This conversation group is for English learners at all levels, but participants should have some English knowledge. This is an open group, and you can drop in at anytime between 7 and 8 p.m.
If you’re a regular customer in the children’s area, you've probably noticed that Watha T. Daniel Library has a new mascot: Lucky, the pet hamster.
Lucky arrived with our new children’s librarian, Anina Ertel, who joins us after working for five years at the Juanita E. Thornton/Shepherd Park branch.
Because David McCullough’s book on John Adams was the choice for the History Book Club discussion, I began to read this excellent biography one evening a few nights ago, and my sense of excitement grew with reading.
We Gen-X’ers grew up with our lives punctuated by changes in technology. As toddlers, we listened to vinyl records and watched movies on reels, but really we grew up listening to cassette tapes and watching movies on VHS. (“Hey, did you hear the new Guns ‘n’ Roses tape?”) CDs were our first contact with the incredibly dense medium of digital music, which has remained our main source of music even today. DVDs were the video equivalent, being made commercially available in 1997.
While I was already going to write about this topic anyway, my bus ride to the Martin Luther King Library today really cemented my resolve. Sitting on the seat in front of me on the 70 bus was the discarded travel section of the January 23rd Sunday Washington Post.