Calling all aspiring singers, songwriters, and hip hop artists! Come join us on Tuesday, July 30 at 5:30 p.m. for a Lyric Workshop! Explore the backgrounds of popular artists and singers. How do they talk about their lives in their music? What do you admire about them -- is it their sound, their look, or their lifestyle? Spoken word poet Candica Iloh will teach you how to turn your ideas into lyrics.
DC Public Library and Glover Park Village are teaming up! Call the shots and create a reading club that’s your club!Join us for a meet-and-greet session on Wednesday, July 10 at 11 a.m. to decide what genres and authors you would like to discuss. We're meeting at:Guy Mason Recreation Center 600 Calvert St. NW
The Language Education and Technology Center (Language ETC) will lead an English Conversation Circle for adults at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library.Please register in person or by phone. Mondays & Wednesdays,10 a.m. to 12 p.m.July 15 to Aug. 26
On her first wedding anniversary, Amy Dunne writes in her diary, "I am fat with love, even though people kept telling and telling us the first year was going to be so hard, as if we were naive children marching off to war. It wasn't hard. We are meant to be married."
Get growing this summer with Mary Farrah, Extension Agent from Urban Gardening & Forestry Outreach at the University of the District of Columbia, will give a presentation about gardening on Saturday, July 13 at 12:30 p.m.The event is free and open to the public.
This July we will screen films about people who made stunning personal transformations under very challenging circumstances. We hope their stories inspire you. The theme compliments our summer reading program, Groundbreaking Reads. All screenings are free and open to the public. Please note that the first three films start at 6:30pm, but the following two begin at 6pm.
Do you want to win a notebook computer? If so then write a jazzy book review and submit it to your neighborhood library by Aug. 23.How does the contest work? Choose a book that you feel strongly about and write a one-page essay convincing someone else to read it.
Science in the Summer is a fun, free experiment-oriented course taught by certified teachers to groups of 15 children in two age groups:children entering second and third grades (Level I)children entering fourth through sixth grades (Level II)These programs are desig