Educational Programs

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Yoga for Crime Victims' Rights Week

Join the Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC) for a free 1-hour yoga class led by trauma-informed instructors at the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library! NVRDC is hosting this class in honor of 2017 National Crime Victims' Rights Week. The class is open to the public.
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One-on-One Computer Help

Get personalized computer help in a one-on-one appointment with library staff. Appointments are one hour long and are available Monday-Friday at a variety of times. Please call or visit the library to find out availability. We can help with the following topics:   Computer and internet basics Email and social media basics Downloading eBooks & eAudiobooks Job seeking activities including:  Making and editing resumes or cover letters Applying to jobs online
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DiCcion Queer: Bilingual Writing Group for LGBTQ Latin@s

Do you write poetry, cuentos, plays or creative essays? Join other Latin@ LGBTQ emerging writers to share, read and comment on each other's work. Bring your own writings or stop by to learn about books written by Latin@ Queer Writers. The workshop is free and open to writers of all genres and levels of experience who write in Spanish, Portuguese or English. No prior writing experience is necessary. 
Food Trends 2017

Food Trends 2017

Do you want to eat healthier? Interested in learning what’s HOT right now at your local grocer?  What are the food trends for 2017? Join Roxana Ehsani, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN, In-Store Nutritionist at Giant, to discover the latest good-for-you food trends that are available on the shelves at local markets. You will have the opportunity to taste test new products and take home some recipes!

Georgetown Trivia Night

Thursday, December 14, 2017, 7:00 pm

Come join us for Georgetown Neighborhood Library's monthly trivia night!  (Trivia night is held on the second Thursday of every month).  Bring friends or we'll team you up with fellow trivia-lovers present for the chance to win prizes and... eternal GLORY.  This program is recommended for adults and savvy teens.  Brainy snacks and sparkling beverages will be provided.

You Can Afford College!

Do you think it’s impossible to afford college these days? Think it’s too late in life to go back to school? Need help with tuition costs? Then this workshop is for YOU!  
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Overdrive, Freegal, & Zinio Drop-in Clinics

Read digital issues of your favorite magazines with Zinio, the ultimate one-stop shop for magazine lovers, completely FREE with your DC Public Library card. Access 175 titles and counting of your favorite print magazines, available online to view in your browser or to download to your device.
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Teen Tech Week: Overdrive, Freegal, & Zinio Drop-In Clinic

Teen Tech Week is March 5 - 11, 2017! Join us in the Teen Space for a Special Event for Teens and their families to discover the wonderful resources available online with your DC Public Library Card.
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Go-Go as D.C. History

Go-Go as D.C. History, moderated by local music journalist, Marcus Dowling, aims to use five iconic go-go songs from D.C.'s legendary "Chocolate City" past in order to preserve that era, as well as discuss what of those legendary times will be retained in the Nation's Capital's redefining present and future.
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Resume Writing Workshop

Get tips from a Career Development Facilitator for the best formatting, wording, and layout to make your resume stand out and look professional.  Workshop space is limited to 10 participants.  Call or stop by the reference desk to sign up at 202-698-1363.