The SAT is on March 14! Come join us for SAT online practice tests that will help you prepare for the real thing. Arrive promptly to complete your practice test and learn about library resources to help you improve your scores. Ten seats available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Each week we will do a different section of the test.
Feb. 6: Reading
Feb. 13: Math
Feb. 20: Writing & Language
Feb. 27: Essay
Join us in the computer lab to practice using the online graphic design tool Canva to make digital valentines that you can send, print, or save for another day. This event is intended for adults. You do not need to have any experience with graphic design, though you should be familiar with using the internet and a keyboard and mouse. Ten seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Dance, sing and play instruments with your friends at the library! Move along to the beats during this dynamic and interactive program that builds early literacy skills.
Recommended for children and caregivers.
Are you interested in developing skills in constructive problem solving, organization and experimentation? LEGO construction is a great way to achieve this while having fun.
Bring your ideas or develop new ones when you get there. We have the LEGO blocks and are waiting to see what you create.
This program is recommended for children and families, and is free and open to the public.
Come sample some of the best graphic novels that our library has to offer this Black History Month. This event, intended for kids and teens, will feature graphic novels that celebrate black history, black creators and black leaders.
Enjoy new and classic board games! Bring friends and family, and challenge them to a game of Forbidden Island, The Resistance, Monopoly, Chess, Connect Four and more.
Recommended for children, teens, and families.
Visit Capitol View Library and learn how to crochet a granny square blanket and more. The meet-and-greet session is designed for ages 7 and older. Be sure to stop by the circulation desk to sign up for the class.Do not miss out on the fun, which starts on Saturday, Oct. 13, beginning at noon.
Your neighborhood library is ready for another exciting school year. First, we thank your children and and teens for taking participating in Summer Reading. More than 100 children attended programs that featured master storyteller Baba-C, book artist Sushmita Mazundar and the amazing magician Josini. In recognition of National Hot Dog Month and National Ice Cream Month, children and youth borrowed over 50 items an
Thank You for a Successful Black History Month Celebration
We, the staff members, thank you for attending 2012 Black History Month programs. For your educational enlightenment and pleasure, we hosted five lectures, two plays and one gospel concert. A total of 231 customers turned out for these events. Noted humanities scholar C.R.
Thank you for joining us at Capitol View to hear DC Police Chief, Cathy L. Lanier, speak on current crime trends and ways citizens can assist law enforcement. I am sure that you would agree that the information provided on Wednesday, November 9, was very informative to the community.
Strategies for Building and Sustaining Safe Neighborhoods
In recent years, the overall trends in violent crime rates (homicide, rape, aggravated assault and robbery) have fallen in the District of Columbia. What factors have accounted for the steady decline in these and other offenses?
Join us for a boys' book club on October 19 at 12:30 p.m. The book is May Pope Osborne's Haunted Castle on Hallows Eve. Join us for a girls' book club on October 29 at 11:30 a.m. The book is Angie Sage's Ghostsitters.