The Georgetown Non-Fiction Book club will meet on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. We will discuss Jon Krakauer's eerie and exciting Into the Wild.Extra copies are available for check-out near the circulation desk.
Aya wants to grow up and be a doctor. She wants to help people, but her friends and relatives — another story!Baby daddies, alcohol, parties, troubled teens, and scandal are only the beginning! Read one or all of the books and we’ll fill you in on the rest. Come learn about how the Ivory Coast has all the same everyday issues as the U.S.A. and any other first world country.
Find out how meditation can awaken us to our higher purpose, connect us to the source of all happiness within us, and help us lead more enriching and productive lives.Participants will learn a simple but powerful method of meditation that can transform their lives. David Newcomb will discuss how meditation can help heal us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Congratulations to Kayla Tom of Stoddert Elementary School!Kayla is not sure just yet how she will be using her Kindle, but Kayla and her father, Kwok F. Tom, learned how to download materials from DCPL's website and even placed a hold for her future download.
The Origami Club is expanding and refocusing to incorporate a wider range of interests and abilities. We are now the Paper Fun Club.At the next meeting, on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m., we will make pumpkin lanterns. The library will provide all materials.Registration is not required.