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Stories From Around the World: Featuring Russia

Experience Russia! Listen to stories and engage in hands-on activities. Presented by Nellie Manis, an alumna of the Critical Language Scholarship Program, a U.S. Department of State International Exchange Program. Intended for children 5-10 years old.
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FRINGE MUSIC in the Library :: Protect-U

Proxies for the word “synthesizer” usually imply some sort of limitation: box, rig, assembly, gear, array, machine, and so on. In Protect-U’s hands though, synths are liberated to contribute whatever they can toward body-moving and brain-waving. The Washington, D.C., duo — Mike Petillo and Aaron Leitko — treats every piece of hardware as an expression of possibility, and then enjoins those circuits into its rhythm-driven mission.
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Mark Damisch, Concert Pianist

Stop by the library for a FREE performance of world-touring, concert pianist, Mark Damisch. In addition to Washington, D.C., his tour includes Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Mexico and Canada. The music featured during this performance will include works by Claude Debussy, Hector Villa-Lobos, Eric Satie, Modest Mussorgsky, Aaron Copland and more! 
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Karen Brown: Visual Artist and Arts Educator

Come explore the act of pop-up paper engineering with Visual Artist Karen O. Brown. Learn to make basic pop-up structures and add colorful insects to your creation. This STEM to STEAM workshop is engaging and combines Art and Science. For ages 6-12. Children under age 6 should have an adult with them. 
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Graphic Novel Summer Reading Club!

Attention, kids! Go for the Gold, and read graphic novels this summer with Cleveland Park!   We will meet four times this summer, twice in July and twice in August (July 11 and 26 and August 8 and 22), read some cool graphic novels, and discuss. Refreshments will be provided! 

Puzzles & Board Games

All programs are free and open to the public. For age 6-12
Pizza Party

End of School Pizza Party!

You've finally made it! Another school year has come to a close, and we here at the Northeast Library know how hard you've worked all year. That's why we want to invite you to come celebrate, relax, and kick off the summer with pizza and a movie on Wednesday, June 15 at 3:30 p.m. downstairs in the big meeting room! Snacks and drinks provided as well!
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Summer Reading Finale Party

Celebrate the end of summer reading. Swing by to pick up your final prizes, log your last books, watch a movie and enjoy the last days of summer before school starts again. See you there!

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