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February Design Challenge

Try making something new at the Fab Test Lab!

The Fab Test Lab wants YOU to design something cool! Every month, we’re going to host a new design challenge. The goal is to use our materials to solve the problem or improve an existing design. Use your imagination and stretch your brain!

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Community Art for Thanksgiving

Deanwood kids are getting ready for Thanksgiving by thinking about the things they are thankful for. Stop in by Nov. 27 to contribute to our fall-themed interactive artwork. 

Dinovember at Tenley Library: A Roaring Good Time

Enjoy DINO-MITE events throughout the month

  Dino Family Story Time  Saturday, Nov. 2 & 16 10:30 a.m. All ages

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15-October 15, 2019

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library, Sept.15-Oct. 15. Bring your child to a special Bilingual Storytime on Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. and have fun with a craft project afterwards. Join us for a children's movie showing on Oct.12 at 2 p.m.  Find new books honoring Hispanic heritage in our book displays throughout the month.

The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

7 Books to Up Your Bullet Journal Game

Over the last several years, you may have heard about the concept of “bullet journals.” Developed by Ryder Carroll, these books, which are sort of hybrids of a traditional journal and a planner, are one of the best modern ways of organizing your life and thoughts.

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Capitol View Friends - Book & Game Drive

Capitol View Library Friends will be collecting new and gently used books and games from Monday, May 20 to Friday, June 14 in the workroom located in the lower level of the Capitol View Library. Suggested Book Donations: Children Pre-teen & Teen Audio Books and DVDs Academic Textbooks Reference Books/Medical Religion Cooking, Nutrition/Diet Self-Help Finance and Accounting How tt make an App IT/Coding/Computer

Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution

Post-Carbon Living

Individual, Family & Community Adaptation to Life after Fossil Fuels

The lifestyles of most of us in the industrialized world depend heavily on fossil fuels. Despite its normalcy for many of us, the era of fossil-fueled extravagant living will look like a fleeting moment within a larger view of human history. Formed over half a billion years, fossil fuels are non-renewable, depleting, declining in quality and net energy, and their contribution to climate change, pollution, and other forms of ecological degradation make perpetuity of this way of life impossible. Either we change voluntarily, or let crises increasingly force us to change.

Read Across America

Read Across America

Dr. Seuss Story Time

Sending a very special whooty who To all who’s and Cindy Lou’s No matter how small This is your call!   The time is now To celebrate Read Across America The Anacostia Library will show you how!   So go, go, go Run, run, run To the Anacostia Library to have Seuss fun, fun, fun!   You can come on skates You can come on skis You can come in a hat

Discover SCIENCE* with Dr. Bear: Safety First!

Monday, February 18, 2019 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

*Scientific Creative Innovative Engaging New Cool Experience A hands-on STEM and arts program focusing on health issues of concern to the local D.C. community.  Presented by Children's National Health Systems, this month's topic is "Safety First!" Bicycle helmets will be given on a first come, first served basis.

STEAM

STEAM Ahead Into Science!

Each month we will feature a STEAM program at these select locations: Rosedale Neighborhood Library, Southeast Neighborhood Library and Woodridge Neighborhood Library. 

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