Max Hastings does it again with this great historical novel where he examines the final six months of a single year when the world descended from an idyllic, albeit unstable, age into the chasm of carnage and upheaval that is known as World War I.
Celebrate With Mayor Gray, Receive A Special Prize
The Tenley-Friendship Library is open this Sunday, Oct. 6 from 1-5 p.m. Celebrate the first Sunday of October with Mayor Vincent Gray, programs, entertainment and refreshments. The first 100 customers receive a special prize. We'll see you there.
Celebrate our new expanded hours with steel pan music.Join the Tenley Friendship Neighborhood Library as they groove to the sweet musical rhythms of the East of The River Boys and Girls Steel Band Orchestra.They will tantalize your listening senses with melodious Calypso and Soca music from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 6.
Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library Rolls Out a New Program Schedule!
Beginning Oct. 1, the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library will offer a new programming schedule, featuring story times, book clubs, and activities for children of all ages on a weekly basis.For non-walkers: Baby LaptimeWednesdays, 11 a.m., Large Conference Room, Second Floor
'Caring for Your Canine: How to be Your Dog's Best Friend'
The Tenley Library is beginning a new partnership with the Friendship Hospital for Animals.Join us for our first talk on Monday, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m., when we will be joined by Dr. Ashley Gallagher.Dr. Gallagher will cover topics ranging from vaccines and preventatives to obesity and dental disease.These sessions are free and open to the public.
Have you ever played Pictionary for prizes? Now is your chance to do so at the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library’s Middle School Pictionary Tournament. Kids will be grouped in teams and the team will earn points for the most correct answers during their turns to draw. Prizes will be available!Join us and show off your drawing and teamwork skills.This program is recommended for grades 5 to 8.
We can get so caught up in a book that sometimes we imagine ourselves as the main character. But what if the main character was real? Would you be friends with her or him? What about the other characters in the story?Listen to what Children's Librarian Megan Biggins and Teen of Distinction Brianna MacAdoo have to say.Books discussed are: