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Miss Christina's Pick


Transport yourself into a different time and place in Louise Erdrich’s latest novel, Chickadee. A continuation of the Birchbark House series, which follows an Ojibwe family’s life in 19th-century Minnesota.

Children’s Music Highlights

Elizabeth Mitchell 'You Are My Little Bird'

Elizabeth Mitchell’s album, You Are My Little Bird was released in 2006 by the Smithsonian Folkways.

How to Start Your Own Business

The Business Planning Process

Ambitious to establish your own business, but don’t know where to start?Join us Tuesday, March 19 at 2 p.m. for a training program sponsored by the District of Columbia Small Business Development Center, (DCSBDC) Network.Learn how to create a business plan and discuss why it is needed.

DC Public Library Open Today

Thursday, March 7, 2013

The DC Public Library will be open during its regular hours on Thursday, March 7.

Tween Cafe

Recycled Wrist Cuffs

Every month at Palisades Neighborhood Library, we have a Tween Cafe where tweens come enjoy games, crafts, and more!This time around in January we made recycled wrist cuffs.  The children had fun recycling old toliet paper rolls into something fun and new.  Maybe you will see one of us around the library wearing one!

Film Noir Matinee Series

'Gilda,' 1946

This film features an expatriate cardsharp (Glenn Ford), a duplicitous casino owner (George Macready) and the eponymous Gilda (Rita Hayworth) in post-World War II Argentina.

'Snow-Storm in August'

Local Author Jefferson Morley Speaks

Join us on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. for a book discussion.

Miss Christina’s January Reading Pick

'Twelve Kinds of Ice'

In Twelve Kinds of Ice, author Ellen Bryan Obed delightfully describes how a summer garden turns into a magical winter wonderland.  This short series of vignettes occurs on a family farm in the children’s favorite season — “ice” season.  The book

Palisades Book Club

Join us Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m.

Celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Film Program

"I Have a Dream."On Aug. 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. spoke these words as he addressed a crowd of more than 2,000,000 civil rights protesters gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.Join us Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 3:30 p.m. to view and discuss the speech that changed the hearts and minds of a divided nation.