"The injustice involved in denying woman the suffrage is not confined to the disenfranchised sex alone, but extends to the nation as well, in that it is deprived of the excellent service which woman might render."
In January, we had a Winter Party in the Children's Room! We started the party with an icebreaker game (pun intended). During the game, kids used snowflake puzzles to find a person with a matching piece. There were fun questions written on the back of the snowflakes that kids used to get to know their partner and introduce him/her to the rest of the group.
Join us on Saturdays at 1 p.m. in the children's room for a free kids' yoga class for ages 8 to 12. This class is made possible through the library's partnership with Yoga Activist, a volunteer organization which helps teachers share their yoga practice in their neighborhoods and communities.
Come visit the Southwest Library to use our version of Red Box: Read Box!Check out the Young Adult New Releases using our Read Box free of charge. $0 per night -- all you need is a library card.Come check us out!
Learn fun facts and participate in activities and experiments inspired by the creations of Black inventors! Join us for this special program, "Spotlight on Black Inventors," on Thursday, Feb. 20, at 4:30 p.m. The program and activities are appropriate for ages 5 and older. Explore and learn even more with these titles from DC Public Library: