DC Public Library wants to hear you roar in D.C.'s second annual Dinosaur Roaring Contest!
This year, DC Public Library once again called on dinosaur fans of all ages to share their best impressions of their dinosaur breed of choice. Across D.C., neighbors recorded their best killer pterodactyl shrieks, mean tyrannosaurus growls and wicked brontosaurus grunts! See the winning entries below!
Celebrate National Poetry Month with DC Public Library
Thank you for celebrating National Poetry Month with DC Public Library! This April, DC Public Library invited residents ages 6 and up to submit a haiku to the 2022 Haiku Contest around the following themes:
✎ Your love of books, reading or the library,
✎ Something small that gives you joy,
✎ DC in springtime, or
The Francis A. Gregory Library would like to congratulate Shirley Liu who won first place in the Writing Category of the 2021 Know Your Power Teen Arts Contest! Her piece is titled 黄 (Yellow). She said about the piece:
Whether you've been playing for years, or are interested in learning, come join us for an evening of chess.
All ages and experience levels welcome.
The Chess Club will meet every Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. starting May 9, 2018, in the first floor conference room.
*This program has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.*
If Malcolm X were alive today, what might he think about America's involvement in the War in Afghanistan, Syria and military presence in Niger?
Malcolm X is considered one of the most charismatic leaders of the 20th century. He rose from a life of petty crime to serve as a dynamic spokesman for the Nation of Islam and other African-Americans.
How to plan for, prepare, and protect your digital memories
Do you have photographs, videos, and audio files saved on your personal devices? Do you have personal accounts such as Facebook, Instagram, or email suites such as Google? Of course you do! But have you ever considered what would happen to these digital assets and accounts when you passed away?