A Weekly Film Series for Adults at 6:00pm in Auditorium A-5
May's Popular Movies cover all manner of cinema: Romance, Drama, Action, Comedy and Suspense!Featuring Kate Winslet, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kevin Hart and more!Call 202-727-1291 for titles and more information
Finally, it’s warm!!! Barbeques, Memorial Day celebrations, and the end of school is just ahead… along with pollen, bee stings and poison ivy. As you take the good with the bad, check out some of these interesting holidays by going to the websites below to learn more information: May 1 – Keep Kids Alive – Drive 25 DayMay 1 – National Day of Reason
There's a mystery at Martin Luther King Jr. Library and we need your help! Come out to the Children's Room (200) on May 10, 2014 at 11 a.m. to join our story time detective crew and help us solve a mystery during our Family Fun Time.
Join Us for an Eric Carle Inspired Family Fun Time
While the name Eric Carle often brings to mind images of a caterpillar or a brown bear, his career in picture book art can be attributed to a lobster. Carle first worked in New York City as a graphic designer with an advertising agency. His rendering of a lobster in an ad was seen by Bill Martin Jr.
Are you getting things together for prom a bit late this year? Did you miss the Prom Expo at the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Library? On a budget? Don't panic. This is a guide just for you. Below you will find pro tips from participants of the Prom Expo that are affordable and will help with last minute planning.1. Make your own Corsage or Boutonniere!
Do you love spooky stories? Dressing up in costumes? Is one day a year – October 31 -- not enough time to truly revel in the darker side of life?Then Halfoween may be the holiday for you. The half-birthday of Halloween, Halfoween falls on May 1 every year.
April is nearing its end and May is not too far away. This spring we have seen many rainy days. We rarely have had an occurrence of going through three consecutive days without having to grab our rain boots and umbrellas. Although these cloudy days may make us feel a little down, we can smile knowing that beautiful flowers will be blooming in the near future.
The children's department wrapped up April's STEAM events with a Money Matters program. Focusing on the mathmatic properites of money, children also learned about the features, functions, and characteristics of money. They also learned about the symbols and phrases on our nation's currency. With this information children then designed thier own currency, focusing on what money might look like in the future! Want your kids to be more financially savy?Check out these titles from your local DC Public Library branch.