Valentine's event + New and classic children's books for Valentine's Day
It's Valentine's Day! Well, it will be soon. Here at Woodridge Interim Library’s Children’s Room, we're celebrating by making scratch-off Valentine's Day cards and lollipop bouquets for our friends and family the day before (Feb. 13) starting at 3 p.m.But in the meanwhile, here are some new and classic Valentine's Day books that you can find at the library to help you start feelin’ the love.
Nice to meet you! My name is Joanna Harris. I’m the new children’s librarian at Woodridge Neighborhood Library.Lizzie, Woodridge’s wonderful former children’s librarian, will be at the newly renovated Northeast branch starting in February. She told me that I should write a post introducing myself to you all.
The Woodridge Library will host its first anime club meeting of 2014 on Thursday, Jan. 30 at 5 p.m. Please join us for the following activities listed below.Group Discussion: What makes an anime great? (Talk about anything in regard to plot, characters, soundtrack, suspense and other elements which contribute to a great anime) Episode Viewings:
Woodridge Interim Library welcomes back returning and new customers!
Local lifetime learners and book enthusiasts will now have a 4,200-square-foot space to check out new titles, full seasons of popular series and movie DVDs, music CDs, books on disc and novels and nonfiction of all kinds.
The Woodridge Neighborhood Library is closed as of December 22, 2013 for its new construction project to begin. 12/22 to 1/12 – closed for moving and set up of services at the interim location. Woodridge customer holds will be available at the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library while closed. On Monday, January 13th -- The Woodridge Interim Library at 1790 Douglas St. NE opens for service. This is a freestanding 4,200 square foot modular facility, similar to the ones we have had during the building projects at Petworth and Francis A.