West End
Neighborhood Library

Foggy Bottom Illustrated

Author Matthew Gilmore to speak on local history

October is Finally Here!

Time to celebrate Halloween and more!

Now that it's October, we can look forward to cooler temperatures, the leaves falling to the ground, and lots of sweater-wearing.At the West End Children's Room, we can also look forward to lots of new and exciting October programming!

T'ai Chi for Beginners

Classes are back by popular demand . . .

Come and join Susan Lowell from tenleytowntaichi.com for the latest series of classes for beginners on:

Healthy Environment, Healthy You

A talk/workshop led by food activist, 'deep green' environmentalist and shamanic practitioner Mary 'Tyrtle' Rooker

Dietary choices can reduce our environmental footprint, some by a little, some by a lot. Are foods that are best for our environment also the ones best for our health? 

Managing Your Mind . . .

Strategies for a happier, healthier life

"...life is what our thoughts make it."--Marcus Aurelius

'Empty Mansions' Author Bill Dedman

Dedman to Skype in to book club on Thursday!

The West End Interim Library has some exciting news for members of our non-fiction book club!

Monthly Manga Mondays

The West End Interim Library is starting a new regular monthly program in our Children's Room! Our first program will be Monday, Oct. 6 at 3:30 p.m.

'Nixon's Darkest Secrets'

Local author to speak on the inside story of America's most troubled president

Long-time Washington journalist and author Don Fulsom will speak on the darkest secrets of former president Richard M.

AudioFile's Golden Voices Theatre

Wednesday, September 3, 6:30 p.m.

The Audio Publishers Association will present AudioFile's Golden Voices Theatre, a reading of selections on a theme of "changing seasons" and featuring three audiobook superstars--Sean Runnette, Tavia Gilbert, and Robin Miles--on Wednesday, September 3, at 6:30

Book Club Pick of the Month--Fiction

"Tropic of Cancer" by Henry Miller

The West End Fiction Book Club will meet Tuesday, September 23, at 12:30 p.m.

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