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Marry Me!

August Film Series

The August Film Series will feature four films about weddings. Please contact for details. We will screen all films at 6 p.m. in the large lower-level meeting room.Tuesday, August 5Tuesday, August 12Tuesday, August 19Tuesday, August 26

Re-Energize Your Summer Reading!

Looking for fresh titles to take on an August trip, enjoy on a blanket in Dumbarton Oaks Park, or just get cozy with on the couch? 

Omnibus Lecture Series

Lucretia, Frederick and Abraham

Jamie Stiehm, Independent Scholar and Journalist will be on hand to discuss her research on the life and work of abolitionist, suffragette, and social reformer, Lucretia Mott.

Job Seekers Workshops & Support Group

Free classes and networking!

What Should the Georgetown Book Club Read Next?

Vote Below to Help Select Upcoming Titles


Public Space 101

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'Five Days at Memorial'

Georgetown Book Club's August Selection

Rising water. Failing electricity. The sound of gunshots. 

Omnibus Lecture Series

"A Hundred Years Since The War To End All Wars"

The Georgetown Neighborhood Library is pleased to host military historian David Silbey's talk "A Hundred Years Since The War To End All Wars". Silbey, Associate Director of Cornell in Washington, will present his observations on the continuing influence of World War I one hundred years later.

Spotlight on New Teen Reads: "Pointe" by Brandy Colbert

Pointe by Brandy Colbert

Theo is a ballerina who one day hopes to dance professionally.  She’s eating well and seeing someone, until her friend Donovan returns after being kidnapped for four years.  As the trial for Donovan’s abductor draws close, Donovan