LRP News Roll
Is there a better investment we can make in our city?
[May 19, 2014]
Meet & Greet
[April 1, 2014]
DCPL News Roll
Library Helps Returning Citizen Rebuild Life
[July 22, 2014]
The Nationals Visit the Library!
[July 21, 2014]
Digital Commons, One Year and 780 3-D Prints Later
[July 18, 2014]
Library Updates Make Finding Ebooks Easier
[July 9, 2014]
Three Myths About the Burning of Washington, D.C. Debunked
[July 7, 2014]
GSK Science in the Summer
This summer come learn about Bioscience! Build models of plant and animal cells and learn how they are similar and different. Discover why cells are important for life. Use magnifying glasses to examine everyday things up close and microscopes to look inside the cells of plants and animals. Learn about bacteria and find out why some bacteria are helpful and others are harmful. Advance registration required. Registration begins June 1. Come to the library to register or call 202-727-1248 for more information. Space is limited. 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. Level I (Grades 2-3)3- 5 p.m. Level II (Grades 4-6) GSK Science in the Summer is a free science education program sponsored by GSK, in partnership with AAAS and the DC Public Library. Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 12:30pm at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.
Chess Tournament for Adults
Chess tournament for adults held the last Saturday of each month.This program is free and open to the public. Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 1:00pm at Dorothy I. Height/Benning Library.
Prague Winter by Madeleine Albright
You are cordially invited to attend the July Southwest Library book discussion. Madeleine Korbel Albright's memoir Prague Winter is the featured title. Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 1:00pm at Southwest Library, Book Clubs.
Career Advancement Workshops
These days, using the computer is essential to look for and apply to jobs. Learn to use technology to search and apply for jobs and to use the DC Networks system. Week 1: Online Job SearchingWeek 2: Online Job ApplicationsWeek 3: DC NetworksWeek 4: Online Job SearchingFor all workshops, students can sign up by either registering ahead of time with Byte Back (202-529-3395) or by showing up at the workshop the day it is scheduled. Registration is first come, first served.Students who register ahead of time will have a saved spot in the workshop that expires at the start of the class. If a registered student is not in their seat at the start of the class, they may lose their spot to a walk-in student. Curriculum and training provided by ByteBack.Technology for this program made possible through a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services. Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 1:30pm at Lamond-Riggs Library.
Blue Sky Puppet Theatre
Follow Rufus through his adventures in science class with Dr. Science. Blue Sky Puppet Theatre presents an interactive puppet show incorporating science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 1:30pm at Northeast Library.