Mt. Pleasant
Neighborhood Library

Takeout service available Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Closed from 2 - 3 p.m.every day for sanitizing.
Facilitated Dialogue

Dialogue with Neighbors

Immigration: Exploring how our identities, experiences and values shape our views

Whether you are a new immigrant or your family came to the United States generations ago, come share your perspective on how current local and national immigration issues are affecting community life. This dialogue will happen over three sessions and community members are strongly encouraged to attend all three as each dialogue session will build on the previous one.

Photo of Bear the Dog

Meet Bear!

A Mt. Pleasant Library Volunteer

Bear is a PAL volunteer and visits the Mt. Pleasant Neighborhood Library when he can. Here are ten fun facts about Bear: Bear is a mini Australian Labradoodle. Bear does not shed, so people that are allergic to dogs are ok around him!

Photo of Maya the PAL Dog

Meet Maya!

A Mt. Pleasant Library Volunteer

Maya is a PAL volunteer and visits the Mt. Pleasant Neighborhood Library when she can. Here are ten fun facts about Maya: Maya is a super sweet girl born in 2011.  Maya loves, loves, loves water and is an avid swimmer. Maya is a ball fetcher extraordinaire. Maya rarely barks… usually only once a year.

Dialogue meeting

Dialogue With Neighbors

A Community Conversation Series

Please join us across the city for a three-part structured community dialogue in June 2018. Each dialogue will build on the previous one. And while some may not be able to attend all three dialogues, we are hoping for a core group to be part of all three dialogues so the conversation can deepen over the three weeks. Refreshments will be served at all dialogue sessions.

Photo of Apollo the Dog

Meet Apollo

A Mt. Pleasant Library Volunteer

Apollo is a PAL volunteer and visits the Mt Pleasant Neighborhood Library when he can. Here are 10 fun facts about Apollo: Apollo is from Florida. Apollo likes warm weather. Apollo is a mutt. Apollo is a cool mix of border collie, boxer and bulldog.

Photo of Isis the Dog

Meet Isis

A Mt. Pleasant Library Volunteer

Isis is a PAL volunteer and visits the Mt. Pleasant Neighborhood Library when she can. Here are 10 fun facts about Isis: Isis is named after a goddess in Egyptian and Greek mythology.

Photo of Gabriella the PAL Dog

Meet Gabriella

A Mt. Pleasant Library Volunteer

Gabriella is a P.A.L. volunteer and visits the Mt. Pleasant Neighborhood Library when she can. Here are 10 fun facts about Gabriella: Gabriella is a Shiloh Shepherd. Gabriella is a very fussy eater. Gabriella loves children.

Photo of Hootie the PAL Dog

Meet Hootie

A Mt. Pleasant Library Volunteer

Hootie is a PAL volunteer and visits the Mt. Pleasant Neighborhood Library when he can. Here are 10 fun facts about Hootie:   Hootie is a standard poodle, the largest-sized poodle. 

Photo of Louie the PAL Dog

Meet Louie

A Mt. Pleasant Library Volunteer

Louie is a PAL volunteer and visits the Mt Pleasant Neighborhood Library when he can. Here are 10 fun facts about Louie: Louie spent 2.5 years training to be a Hero Dogs Service Dog for disabled veterans. Louie was honorably discharged. Louie considered being a bomb sniffer.

Book Front: The Day Tajon Got Shot

The Day Tajon Got Shot

An Author Talk

Inspired by the Black Lives Matter Movement, the Teen Writers of The Beacon House, a community-based organization in Northeast Washington, D.C., wrote the story of a teen killed in a police shooting from multiple perspectives, challenging the reader to gain knowledge from the whole picture.  Meet the young authors of The Day Tajon Got Shot, February 8, beginning at 6 p.m.

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