Vote for President at the Library

Calling all kids! Come to the library and vote for the next President of the United States!Children may cast their vote after school, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. We will announce the "winner" at 5 p.m., and will post it on our Facebook page.

Ninjas in the Nighttime in November

Hiyah!  Crawl, jump, bounce, slice, dice, or glide stealthily to Woodridge for an evening of masked espionage and sabotage. We’ll have stories, games, and treats to devoted to all things ninja.Please register via email or call Woodridge Library (202-541-6226) to let us know that you are coming.

NaNoWriMo Write-In!

Join other young writers each week in November for National Novel Writing Month. Find inspiration with prompts, battle other writers in word wars, and enjoy a friendly atmosphere.Drinks will be provided.

NaNoWriMo Kick-Off Party!

Join other young writers for the first day of November which is National Novel Writing Month. Learn about the NaNoWriMo Young Writer's Program, sign-up, meet other young writers, start thinking of ideas, and possibly start writing your own novel!Refreshments will be provided.

Open House Celebration

Celebrate the opening of the new Rosedale Library with fun activities for all ages.Face Painting -- 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (for young children)Pre-School Story Time -- 11 a.m.Master Story Teller Baba-C -- 12 p.m. (all ages)Spooky Tales and Craft Activity -- 1 p.m. (1st grade and up)Refreshments and fun prizes while they last.

'Just Dance' Party on the Patio

Love to dance? Wanna take it to the street?Cut lose to the latest Just Dance Wii game, enjoy refreshments, sign-up for a library card and compete for book prizes!

Read to a Four-Legged Friend

Children will enjoy the company of dogs from People Animals Love (PAL) and their owners as they practice reading with a non-judgmental friend.Ages 5 and older.

American Sign Language Story Hour

We will read The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson, which will be signed in ASL.Gallaudet University students will sign stories in ASL.

D.C. Reads, Cultural Reads

In honor of D.C. Reads, the Georgetown Children's Room will be celebrating Middle Eastern culture with stories and art. Recommended for ages 6-12.

Young Writers Group

Join the group to write stories, poems and other fiction. Share your ideas and get in touch with your creative side.Meets every second Tuesday of the month. Recommended for ages 7-11 years.