Holiday shopping giving you the blues? Then celebrate some of these irreverent holidays to give yourself the gift of laughter. Check out some of these interesting holidays by going to the websites below to learn more information:
How many times have you been entranced by advertisements and couldn’t rest until you got the latest and greatest new thing? It doesn’t matter if it’s a new phone, the coolest clothes or the latest paranormal romance title, we’ve all fallen under the spell at one time or another.
Come join us at Northeast Library from 11-4 on Saturday November 13th to celebrate National Gaming Day @ Your Library events.From 11-1, we will be having video game tournaments. From 2-4, we will be having board game and trading card game contests. Both segements will feature the chance to win great prizes. The programs are open to all ages, so please bring your friends and family for a great time!!!
Come meet Allison Leotta, author of Law of Attraction. This is a legal suspense story in which Assistant U. S. Attorney Anna Curtis reveals an insider's view of a court case of domestic violence in Washington, D.C.
Wednesday, December 1, at 7 p.m.
Northeast Neighborhood Library330 - 7th Street, N. E.202-698-3320
Teens, come join us for a series of workshops on Writing a Research Paper. Every Wednesday at 4 p.m. from November 3 to December 15, the Northeast Library will host a workshop on how to write research papers for high school and college-bound students.
Topics covered will include the discussion of what subjects work best, evaluating online resources, the best source for statistics, how to cite sources the easy way (print and electronic), how to organize your materials and write outlines.
Join us at the Northeast Branch for an Endangered Species Program, a unique family event, presented by Wildscreen U.S.A. on November 13th, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. at the Northeast Branch. The mission of Wildscreen U.S.A.
Come meet Allison Leotta, author of Law of Attraction. This is a legal suspense story in whichAssistant U. S. Attorney Anna Curtis reveals an insider's view of a court case of domestic violencein Washington, D.C. Wednesday, November 17, at 7 p.m.Northeast Neighborhood Library330 - 7th Street, N. E.202-698-3320
Sundays at Tiffany's, by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet, is the story of a love that istoo perfect to be real. It is the story of a lonely little girl, Jane Margaux, whose mother only spends one day a week with her.
All children in kindergarten through eighth grade are encouraged to participate in a book review writing contest. Students in kindergarten through second grade may draw a picture as their entry, provided that picture depicts a part of the book. Older children should write about why they liked their book and what set it apart from other books. Cash prizes will be awarded for the top three reviews in each grade.