Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Library

Zumba Gold

Zumba Gold

Wednesday, September 25, 2019, 11:00 am

A fun, easy dance exercise class which introduces easy-to-follow Zumba® moves at a lower intensity designed for older adults. Enjoy Latin-inspired movements that provide a great aerobic workout while also focusing on balance, range of motion and coordination.  
Chess board

Kid's Chess

Wednesday, September 25, 2019, 4:30 pm

This program is for children of all ages who want to learn to play or improve their chess moves and play in tournaments. Our chess instructor will teach the chess players how to think and plan their next move and use their brain power to win. Come and join our chess group and learn to make a risky move, check and have fun. This program is made possible by the Friends of the Cleveland Park Library.
Yoga Hands / Wikimedia Commons from Lululemon Athletica

Weekly Yoga Practice

Wednesday, September 25, 2019, 7:00 pm

Join yoga instructor, Dexter Sumner, for an accessible, all-levels yoga class every Wednesday evening. Yoga will take place in the lower level meeting room. Please bring your own yoga mat.  FREE | Ages 18+  *Our instructor will be taking a short summer break. Classes are cancelled on August 7 and 14 and will return on August 21. NO CLASS on August 28.  
Introduction to Acrylic Painting

Introduction to Acrylic Painting with Dominique Hughes

Thursday, September 26, 2019, 10:00 am

Express your true self in color with this exciting, fun, and fulfilling acrylic painting class! In this eight week class, you will learn a wide variety of acrylic painting techniques like color mixing, composition and texture, landscape, and more. Unleash your creativity while you deepen your knowledge of art and painting on canvas. Paint, brushes, canvas paper, cups and paper plates will be provided. Please register at pauline.sealey@dc.gov   FREE | Ages 60 and older
music

Music Time

Thursday, September 26, 2019, 10:00 am

Sing, play, dance and learn. That’s our motto for this program. Children of all ages will have the opportunity to play musical instruments, sing along with popular songs, dance to their favorite music, and learn the alphabet and how to count. This program is all about rhythm and speech stimuli that allow children to enjoy music.
Baby and Toddler Storytime Owls

Baby and Toddler Story Time

Thursday, September 26, 2019, 1:30 pm

These 20-to-30-minute story times are full of books, songs, rhymes and finger plays for children ages birth to 2 years old. Our Baby and Toddler Story Time is a great way to introduce your child to language skills in a positive and fun environment. With slightly more activity and movement than our lap times, children and their grownups are encouraged to engage with the books and songs and to actively participate in the program.
Baby and Toddler Storytime Owls

Baby and Toddler Story Time

Thursday, September 26, 2019, 2:30 pm

These 20-to-30-minute story times are full of books, songs, rhymes and finger plays for children ages birth to 2 years old. Our Baby and Toddler Story Time is a great way to introduce your child to language skills in a positive and fun environment. With slightly more activity and movement than our lap times, children and their grownups are encouraged to engage with the books and songs and to actively participate in the program.
Wise Aging book

Wise Aging Seminar Series***NOW CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION***

Thursday, September 26, 2019, 3:00 pm

****This seminar is now full and closed to registration****
Family Story Time

Family Story Time

Saturday, September 28, 2019, 10:30 am

Story time fun for the entire family. These 30-to-40-minute story times are packed full of books and activities designed to be enjoyed by all ages. Promoting language and literacy skills, story times are a great way to further your child’s lifelong love of reading and learning. Children and their grownups are encouraged to actively engage and participate with the stories and activities during the program.
I am the Messenger, by Markus Zusak

Teen Book Club

Sunday, September 29, 2019, 1:00 pm

Ed doesn’t have a lot going for him– he’s a cab driver without much of a life. He’s terrible at playing cards, can count his friends on one hand, and is pretty much alone in the world, with the exception of his dog, the Doorman. When Ed accidentally becomes a local hero, he begins receiving weird assignments in the form of playing cards. Should he choose to accept his mission, what will happen to his ordinary, slightly below-average life? And, what is the message he’s delivering to the people he’s been sent to help? 

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