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Poetry Reading - Courtney Birst

Courtney Birst, a local poet, grew up on a farm in the Midwest, but always longed for more. Moving to the Washington, D.C. area proved to be just the thing this one-time farm girl needed.

Sunday is the Fun Day at Georgetown!

Sunday Hours Celebration -- Jan. 19

My School DC: School Lottery Information Sessions

Learn - Apply - Enroll

Which school will your child call My School?

T'ai Chi with Susan Lowell

Start the new year with t'ai chi, a low-impact and meditative form of exercise. Susan Lowell, our experienced instructor, will teach six free classes in January and February. Classes start at 7:30 p.m. and last one hour on these remaining dates:Jan. 13Jan. 24Feb. 3Feb. 10Feb.

Continuing Meditation

David Newcomb will lead a three-part series designed for new and experienced meditators alike.  He will share techniques to deepen and stabilize meditation practices.Wednesdays in January 2014(Jan. 15, Jan. 22 and Jan. 29)at 7 p.m.

The Best Films of 2013

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E-reader Rescue Weekend

Did you receive an e-reader or tablet over the holidays? Would you like to use it to access library e-books and other digital resources?

Meditation for the New Year

In this busy, fast-paced world, a sense of peace can seem elusive.

Stories of the Subcontinent

January Film Series

Stories of the Subcontinent, the January Film Series, features three films about India. Join us for stories that juxtapose traditional India with Western influence. Please note that we will sho the film on Ghandi in  two installments. All screenings are free and they begin at 6 p.m. in the large lower-level meeting room.


Georgetown Book Club's January Selection

At 4 years old, Kate Shramm -- the narrator of Curtis Sittenfeld's 2013 novel, Sisterland -- experiences what she and her parents think is a vivid nightmare of a hou