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.
Join us for two screenings of award-winning documentaries focusing on the resilient people and natural wonder of Cuba.
On Thursday, Feb. 26, we will be screening The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990, oil and food imports in Cuba dropped by more than half. This documentary details the hardships and showcases the creativity the Cuban people displayed as they struggled to overcome this exceptionally difficult period in their history.
Trabajadores Unidos de Washington D.C. and the Mt. Pleasant Library are teaming up to offer a series of workshops designed to help construction workers and other trades people improve the math skills they will need for their jobs, such as calculating and measuring.
Each session will begin on a Sunday afternoon, and will consist of three classes.
As usual, all workshops at the library are free! There is also no need to register, just show up.
All workshops will be in Conference Room 1 on the lower level.
Oh, what to paint…?
A Portrait? A Landscape? Still Life, Perhaps?
Deciding what to paint can be a challenge.
Our Bancroft Brownies will search for inspiration to meet the requirements for their Painting Badge (beginning in March).
Here are 14 books that may inspire.
Ignore all the snow on the ground! It's time to start thinking about the summer!
If you are a D.C. youth interested in participating in the 2015 Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), then listen up. Registration opens up on Friday, Jan. 30 at 12 p.m., so grab your library card and head over to Mt. Pleasant Library (or any library!) right after school to sign up with our computers.