Come check out some really great movies about time travel in May.
May 2 at 2 p.m. is Predestination: The Life of a Time-Traveling Temporal Agent. On his final assignment, he must pursue the one criminal that has eluded him throughout time. This was also based on All You Zombies by Robert Heinlein.
As an adult, I love practicing yoga. There are so many benefits to gain from yoga practice - flexibility, strength, peace of mind, patience, stress management, confidence, and so much more! Children can also benefit from this healthy exercise. Coupling a yoga practice with these great books can help kids to understand the basic principles of yoga, learn new poses, and create a fun, literacy-based family activity.
Find your poem at the library, or bring one in to share
On Thursday, April 30, pick a poem that moves you. Pick a poem that amuses you. Pick a poem that confuses you. Put it in your pocket and see how it changes your day.
From the Academy of American Poets:
A High Court judge who specializes in family cases, Fiona Maye hears each case with professionalism and sensitivity, her excellent reputation intact. Then a case comes up involving Adam, a young man who refuses treatment for religious reasons, and is supported by his family. With difficulties in her marriage and unaddressed feelings regarding her own childlessness, Fiona’s decision will ultimately have consequences for all.
Trabajadores Unidos de Washington D.C. y la Biblioteca Pública de Mt. Pleasant estarán ofreciendo una serie de clases diseñadas para asistir los trabajadores de construcción y otros obreros que hablan español mejorar su matemática, especialmente el tipo de matemática que necesitarán en sus empleos, como por ejemplo calcular y medir.
Las clases serán del día 2 al 24 de mayo todos los jueves de las 6:30-9 p.m., y todos los sábados y domingos de las 2-5 p.m. Todas las clases serán en el salón de conferencias 1 en la planta baja de la biblioteca.
Documentary screening followed by a Q&A with Director Marvin Jones
The Chowan Discovery Group presents a new film about an extraordinary personality in education. Mrs. Molly Gibson Hundley was a teacher at the famous Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C. The film reflects Mrs. Hundley’s educational advancement against racism at her college; her drive to encourage students to excel in all ways, her legal battle against a racially-restricted covenant that evicted her from her home, her campaign to save the historic Dunbar High School building, and the students who were inspired by her.