NO SPECIAL GLASSES REQUIRED!
Visit the Parklands-Turner Library at 1 p.m. on Monday, August 21 to enjoy NASA's live-stream broadcast of the 2017 American Solar Eclipse. This event will be shown on the big screen in a main area of the library branch.
The DC area will only enjoy approximately 85% coverage of the sun by the moon, and it will be dangerous to view the eclipse directly without special equipment. Patrons at this event will enjoy a safe view of eclipse coverage from within the 100% zone, while seated in the air-conditioned comfort indoors at the library.
Looking for ways to help "Build a Better World" and give back to your community? Stop by the Georgetown Neighborhood Library on the afternoon of Saturday, August 12 to meet representatives from local nonprofits Tudor Place and Dumbarton House and find out ways in which you can get involved with their volunteer programs.
Are you tired of all the clutter in your home or office taking over your life? Is the clutter so overwhelming that it's affecting your mood and health, and hindering your productivity and efficiency? Don't worry! This workshop with Professional Organizer & Renewed Lifestyle Coach Michelle Mirpour is here to help! This class will offer tips, tricks and advice about how to get (and stay) organized.
You are cordially invited to attend the July Southwest book discussion at 1 p.m. on Sat., July 29. Copies of this month's title, Empire of Cotton by Sven Beckert, are available at the information desk.
Jazz in the Basement at The Goethe Institut Washington presents father/daughter duo Fred (piano) and Sarah (saxophone) Hughes. Join us for a lovely afternoon of local jazz, plus conversation with the artists.
Thank you to volunteer organizers, Bertrand Uberall and John Cook.
1990 K St. NW (enter on the 20th St. entrance)
FREE || All Ages
Meche Korrect is a performance artist, freelance writer, and educator from Washington D.C. whose work looks to inspire all ages and generations. A lover of art and travel, she currently splits her time between the D.M.V and Ghana.
July is Maker Month!
Children ages 4-8 are invited to build, tinker, and create while doing hands-on, interactive STEAM projects. Join us most Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons from July 5 through 26. We will be using the “Creativity Cart." Come in after lunch and be creative at the library and make something to carry home.
Get those creative ideas flowing!