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Save Money with E-Coupons

Your smartphone can save you money! Learn to access grocery coupons on famous brands for everything from breakfast foods to cleaning supplies. We'll show you how to click, print, and save the coupons you want. Meet in the lobby. The DC Public Library participates in Age-Friendly DC, a city-wide commitment to making the District of Columbia an easier place to live, work, learn, visit and play as we grow older.
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The 'Other' Collection: Magazines, Large Print and Audio Books

Wednesday, March 15, 2017, 1:00 pm

Failing eyesight? That's no reason to be kept in the dark. Get a tour of our diverse collection of magazines, large print and audiobooks. New titles are added each month.  Take home a winner! Meet in the lobby. The DC Public Library participates in Age-Friendly DC, a city-wide commitment to making the District of Columbia an easier place to live, work, learn, visit and play as we grow older.
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" Freightened"

Monday, March 20, 2017, 6:30 pm

FREIGHTENED  (USA, 2016, 84 MIN) Dir. Denis Delestrac A Powerful DC Environmental Film Festival Screening that looks at the how the cargo shipping industry moves goods around the world. 90% of the goods we consume in the West are manufactured in far-off lands and brought to us by ship. The cargo shipping industry is a key player in world economy and forms the basis of our very model of modern civilization.
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"After the Spill"

Thursday, March 23, 2017, 6:00 pm

AFTER THE SPILL (USA, 2015, 62 MIN) DIRECTED BY JON BOWERMASTER
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Coffee + Conversation at Georgetown

Friday, March 24, 2017, 11:00 am

Are you interested in free snacks, a fresh cup of coffee, and the chance to make a connection with your fellow library users? If that sounds like your idea of a good time, then we have the program for you. Join us on the fourth Friday of every month at 11 am in the Sight and Sound Room for Coffee + Conversation, our new casual social hour that's open to all comers. We've got all the supplies--just bring yourself, a friend, and maybe something you'd like to talk about. Hope to see you soon!
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Women's History Month with Author Marione Ingram

Tuesday, March 28, 2017, 7:00 pm

Commemorate Women's History Month with the story of a remarkable woman. Holocaust survivor and civil rights activist Marione Ingram will talk about her life as well as her written work. This event is free & open to the public. Held in cooperation with the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington.
Teen Tech

2017 Teen Tech Week

Monday, March 6, 2017, 5:00 pm

Bring your Favorite Android device to learn the basic concepts of coding in a few easy steps!
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Tech Help

Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 1:00 pm

Looking for help to figure out a smartphone, tablet, or laptop? Do you have technology or computer-related questions? Bring your device and receive one-on-one technology assistance. Meet in the lobby. The DC Public Library participates in Age-Friendly DC, a city-wide commitment to making the District of Columbia an easier place to live, work, learn, visit and play as we grow older.
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Tenley Friendship Library Branch Tour

Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 1:00 pm

New to the Tenely Library?  Did you know that for adults we hold regular art and writing classes; yoga and Tai-Chi classes; and assistance in finding a job?   Come by for a short introduction to our services, chat with our friendly staff, and take home a copy of our Calendar of Events.   Meet in us the lobby. The DC Public Library participates in Age-Friendly DC, a city-wide commitment to making the District of Columbia an easier place to live, work, learn, visit and play as we grow older.
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C. R. Gibbs Presents Hidden Heroes: African Americans, NASA, & the Quest for the Final Frontier

Thursday, March 9, 2017, 7:00 pm

Please join us at the Southwest Library for "Hidden Heroes: African Americans, NASA, & the Quest for the Final Frontier." In honor of Women's History Month, noted local, award-winning historian international lecturer, author, & historian of the African Diaspora C.R. Gibbs will present a special lecture. Dr. Gibbs has written numerous books, most notably Black Explorers, Black Inventors: from Africa to America and Friends of Frederick Douglass, a children’s book.  

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