Come in and discuss your favorite, not-so-favorite, would-read-again, hate or would-recommend books by getting involved in a book club for the Summer Reading program “Own the Night.”This summer, drop everything and read!The book club will be every Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., starting July 11.
The new Francis A. Gregory Neighborhood Library opened its doors on June 19 after a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Mayor Vincent Gray and other city officials.Designed by award-winning architecture team of Adjaye Associates and Wiencek Associates, the new library opened on June 19, 2012 with Mayor Gray and other city officials at a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 a.m.
It appears that Kathy Williams's bridge-playing at the Francis A. Gregory Interim Library has paid off.Kathy, a novice bridge player and DCPL volunteer, won a novice game at the Washington Bridge Unit in Mount Rainer, Md. on Saturday, April 29.
Have you read a book that changed your life or made you remember the characters so well you wanted to "shout out" to the world?Well, this is your opportunity to express your feelings. Come to the DC Read-In and share your favorite book with others who love to read.The DC Read-In takes place on March 10, from 10 a.m. - noon.
The Library was burglarized and six Mac computers were stolen and three more were damaged. The Library is open but with a limited number of computers, and no printing is available. The Library was closed at the time of the burglary and there were no injuries. We expect to have computers replaced with PCs in the next couple of days. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Do you dread tax season? Does organizing papers and receipts seem insurmountable? On Wednesday, March 14, at 6:30 p.m., Judy Tiger, a professional organizer, will make a presentation on how to get organized and prepared to do taxes. In addition, she will provide helpful suggestions about getting your home organized and clutter free.
Please join us on Monday, February 13, at 6:30 p.m. for a Black History Month Program about Pre-Civil War free African-American women. The Female RE-Enactors of Distinction (FREED) will bring to life several African-American women who were free and independent before the Civil War.