Failing eyesight? That’s no reason to be kept in the dark. Experience our diverse collection of magazines, large-print books and audiobooks. New titles are added each month. Take home a winner! Meet in the lower-level lobby.
Did you get a shiny new gift for the holidays? Still don’t know how to work your new electronic gadget? Bring it over to the library for basic guidance while you learn more about useful apps. Meet in the lower-level lobby.
Wondering how to make the screen on your computer easier to read, how to create strong passwords or how to be safe in the online world? Bring your electronic devices and questions. Meet in the lower-level lobby.
As we move into 2017, let's consider The Flowers of St. Francis an affirming film that came from Roberto Rosselini's spiritual life. One of Martin Scorcese's favorites!
The film can be viewed here with your library card.
Join us for a discussion of Walter Mosley's Charcoal Joe, the latest in his series about detective Easy Rawlins.
RSVP here. February's discussion will take place at Northeast Branch library at 330 7th St. NE.
Chinese New Year is on January 28 and 2017 will be the year of the Rooster. The Georgetown Neighborhood Library is excited to have Mindy Wang from the Washington School of Chinese Language and Culture come and give an introduction to Chinese New Year traditions.
The presentation is on Jan. 28 at 1 p.m.
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