Teens

Catching Fire Trivia Tournament for Teens

Do you think you know more about Katniss and Peeta than all your friends? More about President Snow and Panem than President Snow himself? Are you just a Hunger Games Fanatic? Can you not wait for the release of Hunger Games: Catching Fire on Nov. 22?Then do we have a game for you!Join us in the Large Conference Room for a Catching Fire Trivia Tournament for Teens. Prizes and snacks will be available!

Hunger Games Trivia Tournament for Teens

Do you think you know more about Katniss and Peeta than all your friends? More about President Snow and Panem than President Snow himself? Are you just a Hunger Games Fanatic? Can you not wait for the release of Hunger Games: Catching Fire on Nov. 22?Then do we have a game for you!

Teen Book Club

Are you a teen or preteen who loves to read? You know what makes reading a book even better?Discussing it with others! This month we'll be discussing The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer.

Chef at Market!

The DC Public Library and FRESHFARM Markets welcome noted Sri Lankan cookbook author and blogger S.H. “Skiz” Fernando, Jr.The Chef at Market program celebrates the “pleasures of seasonal and local harvests." 

Celebrating Sunday hours

Join us in celebrating expanded hours with a variety of children's activities, a Teen Mixer, e-reader and database instruction, and film.

TAG You're It

 What is TAG? Teen Advisory Group (TAG) are youth that plan creative library programs and make a difference in the community. 

International Game Day Tournament

Battle your friends in an epic contest of skill and power! Sign up at the front desk.Ages 10-19.

Frederick Douglass: A Man of All Seasons

Frederick Douglass is considered one of America's greatest figures of the 19th century. Through sheer determination, he rose from slavery to become an abolitionist and statesman. He lived the last 18 years of his life in the Anacostia neighborhood (Cedar Hill estate) of Washington, D.C.

Beat Club at Northwest One

Beat Club is a digital music workshop that gives participants the opportunity to create music together in a welcoming environment.No previous musical experience is necessary.

We Have a Dream Collaborative Poetry Project

What do justice and freedom mean to you? What's your dream?Visit Juanita E. Thornton/Shepherd Park Neighborhood Library between Jan. 13 and Jan. 21 to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and join us in creating a unique and collective expression of our hopes, dreams and visions for a better America.For more information, call 202-541-6100.   

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