Join us in celebrating Women's History Month, and win fantastic prizes!
Every Monday in March, a new trivia question will be posted on Twitter (@dcpl) and Facebook. Respond by Friday with the correct answer using #herstoryDCPL, and get entered to win a different prize each week! We'll reveal the correct answer at the end of the week.
Join us for a spring yoga series! Each class will encourage participants to stretch their bodies, strengthen family bonds, and create togetherness. The classes are designed for children ages 3-12 and their caregivers.
The classes are from 2-3 p.m. in the Children's Room on the second floor of the library on:
Sunday, March 15 (during Family Fun Day Sunday)
Sunday, March 22 (during Family Fun Day Sunday)
Saturday, March 28
How do we make performance choices that heighten the poem's life? How do we "live" the poem and not simply "read" the poem?
A slam text is your show stopper, your three-minute solo play. We will explore the vocal and physical techniques for audiences to "see" the poem.
From the professional slammer to the virginal journal poet, we will stretch your interpretation of your over-performed texts, and we will prepare you to kick your verses in the squint of the spotlight in a nurturing environment.
March Madness isn't just about basketball this year...The Mt. Pleasant Neighborhood Library's Children's Room is hosting the best March Madness tournament around!
Help us choose which children's book or series will be crowned the 2015 champion!
Develop your writing skills and have a lot of fun!
We are so excited to announce a series of writing workshops led by 826DC.826DC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Their services are structured around the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success.
Focusing on historic housing segregation in Bloomingdale, Columbia Heights, Mt. Pleasant, Park View and Pleasant Plains
Please join us for Mapping Segregation in Washington, D.C.: Focusing on historic housing segregation in the Northwest D.C. neighborhoods of Bloomingdale, Columbia Heights, Mount Pleasant, Park View, and Pleasant Plains.