Visit the Woodridge Library this fall and interact with like-minded otaku in the following activities:
Join us on each date below or a particular weekend, 3-5 p.m., at your convenience.
Join the Woodridge Library as we begin a new club to promote the maker movement emphasizing arts and crafts to young ladies.
The group will meet every week afterschool from Monday-Wednesday and utilize some of the items below for maximum creativity!
Printed duct tape
And anything else you can think of!
Best for ages 13-16.
Halloween came a few days early this year at the corner of 18th and Douglas St. NE with an afternoon of crafts on Wednesday, Oct. 29.
With more than 20 children in attendance, we made a joyful mess putting together Monster Treat Bags, Paper Plate Spider Webs, and Pipe Cleaner Spiders. Our littlest friends enjoyed having some festive coloring pages on hand too!
What would you take with you if you were stranded on an island?How tall can you build a skyscaper in 15 minutes without it falling down?
These were the challenges we posed for ourselves at the first meeting of LEGO Club, which meets every Thursday afternoon from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Join us for a movie and crafts and get in the Halloween spirit! We'll be watching a popular 1993 flick about three witch sisters who are accidentally resurrected in Salem, Massachusetts on Halloween Night, and must be stopped by a teenage boy, his little sister, and a talking black cat!
Join the spetacular fun on Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 4 p.m.
The movie is rated PG and runs 95 minutes.
For children under 12.
Join us for science fun as we explore and experiment with properties of matter.
All the material on earth is in three states: solid, liquid or gas.
Science Saturdays offers science-related activities for children. We will learn about capillary action on Saturday, Oct. 25.
Space is limited. Please call the library to register.
Best for ages 8 -12.
Christine Davis Easterling, author of A Giant For Justice: Inspirational Biography of William H. "Bill" Simons III: A Tribute To Twenty-Five Years Of Presidential Service To The Washington Teachers' Union will host monthly seminars on How to Write a Book Proposal.
The first seminar will be held on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 10 a.m and subsequently on the second Saturday of each of each month from 10 a.m. to noon.
Seminar topics will include:
Computer basics sessions and Jobseekers assistance
Learn how toborrow and download e-resources from DC Public Library, navigate online websites, download and attach files to documents, get email accounts and learn how to use Learning Express Library to improve computer skills and for applying for and monitoring job searches.Best for teens and adults.
Dr. Diane Kern will lead and facilitate interactive discussions on the topic: "Romance at Any Age."The goal is to provide information, aimed at reducing stress and promoting mental wellness across a variety of life issues.Participants in the programs can expect to: