During a time of recession in America, many often look to starting their own businesses. Due to limited job opportunities and job layoffs, this is the time to look for business opportunities in which you are your own boss and the success of your business rests with you.
You are invited to participate in a Presentation and Workshop provided by the District of Columbia Office on Aging, Legal Counsel for the Elderly, District of Columbia Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program and the District of Columbia Public Library on our resources and services. This event will be held Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
This is a friendly reminder to mark your calendars for the Universal Class presentation set for Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 12:30 p.m.You will be able to sign up for classes the same day, all you need is a library card, pencil and paper.If you don't have a library card, fear not! You can get one the same day; all you need is valid identification.
Brothers (& me): a memoir of loving and giving, by Donna Britt, journalist -- a former syndicated columnist with the Washington Post -- has given us the proverbial “open book": a no-holds-barred (no she didn’t say that) account of her very personal challenges: as the sister of thre
Young people 19 and under can participate in National Novel Writing Month
Are you 19 or under and have always wanted to write a novel? Then NaNoWriMo and its Young Writer Program may be for you! Every November is National Novel Writing Month, where hundreds of thousands of people all work towards the goal of writing 50,000 in 30 days, but as a young writer you can choose your own word goal. Last year 2000 K-12 schools participated. You can, too!