In honor of Dorothy I. Height's birthday, children are invited to join our parade of hats. Decorate and make your own hat in time for Easter. For ages 10 and under.
This program is free and open to the public.
As an early celebration of Earth Day, children can help feed their local birds by creating their own pinecone bird feeder to hang up outside Rosedale or take home. For ages 4 and up, while supplies last.
Children and their families are welcome to join us for a History Alive presentation by award winning actress and Smithsonian scholar Mary Ann Jung. Get ready for adventure with a spectacular tribute to Amelia Earhart, the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
Join us to learn about being safe during emergencies, and design your own pillowcase to hold emergency supplies.
For children ages 8-11 years old. Children under 9 must be accompanied by a caregiver.
Co-hosted by the American Red Cross and the SW Neighborhood Emergency Preparedness Task Force.
Questions? Call 202-724-4691.
Let’s celebrate PAWS TO READ MONTH!
Every child is encouraged to bring a favorite Animal Stuffy to this special Family Story Time!
Our story time books and songs will be an ode to beloved pets as we celebrate the best features of our furry friends!
Beware: barking, meowing, chirping and howling may ensue!
Appropriate for birth to five years old
"Knowledge" is a mural painted on canvas, then digitally reproduced, and then processed onto a high-tech wallpaper and hung. The subject matter is based on Deanwood - a predominately African American neighborhood in northeast Washington DC - and its history, with there being four aspects of knowledge represented in sections of the mural: Community, Earth, Culture, & Self.
- Rik Freeman, Artist
Esta programa está en Ingles y Español y habran actividades gratuitas para niños! Esta programa está en honor de la Semana Nacional de los Derechos del Crimen 2017. Para mas informacion, llame NVRDC a 202-742-1727.
Knowledge is power! Whether or not you have personally been impacted by a crime, the Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC) wants everyone in DC to know the legal rights available to crime victims in the District.