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Women to Know bulletin board

Saying Farewell to Women's History Month

With a Peek at Our Displays!

As Women's History Month draws to an end, we wanted to share some of the beautiful bulletin boards our staff created for those who haven't been for a visit recently to see them in person. Featuring influential women of the past and present, these displays have been a highlight of the first floor all month long. 

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World Folklore

Adult collections of tales and myths

Enjoy folktales from around the world!  If you're looking to explore more about your heritage or simply curious, you'll have a rich reading experience. Below are a selection of titles available to check out from the library system.

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Pokémon Club

Are you a fan of the lovable monsters known as Pokémon?  This is the club for you! Do you have no idea what a Pokémon is, but you want to make friends and have some good, silly fun? This is also the club for you!

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Nouveaux livres français

New French Books

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Staff Pick: The Solo Travel Handbook

Traveling on your own can be an adventure and a challenge. Before you go, check out The Solo Travel Handbook by Sarah Reid. You'll get tips about budgeting, packing luggage, exploring your destination, safety, and more.

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Romance with a Compelling Setting

One of the most essential principles of books that delve into the different ways we love people is that the book needs to be felt. Part of what makes that happen are the characters themselves: how realistically they are portrayed and how well the author is able to make them feel human, or how much of an affinity they have to our own sensibilities (or to what we can imagine as readers). These affinities ground themselves in the characters, but also in the settings of the books.

Solicitation Number: DCPL-2019-R-0074

Issue Date:  March 26, 2019 Site Visit:  April 3, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m. Closing Date:  April 19, 2019 by 2:00 p.m. Description: DCPL is seeking to engage the services of a Contractor to identify and correct problems and/or dysfunction in the building envelope system located at the Tenley Library. RFP Page 1

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Women's History Pulitzer Picks

Exceptional fiction from exceptional women

The Pulitzer Prize (Fiction) is a prestigious honor that acknowledges groundbreaking work in the literary world. As Women's History Month is celebrated all throughout the month of March, please consider these award winning titles that are available at DC Public Library.  The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton

Mayor Bowser Celebrates Modernization of Capitol View Library in Ward 7

The Mayor’s Recently Released Fiscal Year 2020 Budget Includes an Additional $1 Million for Continued Improvements

On Saturday, March 23, Mayor Muriel Bowser cut the ribbon on the modernized Capitol View Library in Ward 7. In addition to celebrating the updated Capitol View Library, the Mayor also announced that she has committed $1 million in her proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget for continued improvements to the facility.  

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Cozy Mysteries for the Arts and Crafts Crowd

Do you love knitting or quilting? Is scrapbooking your passion? If you are an arts and crafts lover, we have a cozy mystery for you!  

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