Join us Thursday nights at 7 p.m. for informative workshops on Jyoti Meditation.** This series is presented by Raymond Holmes, a local community member with 32 years of meditation experience. The workshops are free and open to the community. Are thoughts about the upcoming holidays already stressing you out? Interested in learning more about meditation? Here are a few books to get you started:
Sure, vampires are still hot in popular culture, but all the cool kids know that zombies are where it's at. Maybe you heard about the zombies trying to stumble around the Lincoln Memorial the other day? Or at Farragut North? Or these guys on the Orange Line?
Who should decide what happens to your assets and personal property after you depart? You, your loved ones or a government agency? If you
want to be in control, you need to have an estate plan. If you’re over 60 years old and living in D.C. on a limited income, you can have these important legal documents prepared free by the AARP’s Legal Counsel for the Elderly staff.
Visitors of all ages enjoyed a day of imaginative play and thought- provoking literature, beginning with the Graffiti Wall and Story Petting Zoo. The Graffiti Wall program consisted of a large paper banner on which children
DC Loves to Read Day is just around the corner. Come Read-In at the library on Saturday, October 2, to celebrate the pleasure of books and reading . Northwest One Neighborhood Library will have snacks, fun crafts, story time and a poetry reading!10 a.m. - 1p.m.: Literary Graffiti Wall
History has always been fuel for fiction, and with the recent passing of 9/11 on the calendar, my thoughts turned to how writers have dealt with it in their storytelling. It turns out that quite a number of writers have used 9/11 in their work -- often as a catalyst for characters to reexamine their lives (just as so many of us did in our own worlds).