Do you have an overdue library book, CD or DVD? Check it in December 5 – February 5 and DC Public Library will forgive your fines. That’s right! No Fines, No fees, No questions asked.
You lost the book. No problem. Stop by your local DC Public Library and they’ll forgive that too.
No matter how long you’ve had it. No matter the condition. Check it in and discover the joy of using DC Public Library again. For more information visit http://www.dclibrary.org/node/29020.
The kickoff for the Tommy Wells Traveling Book Club will be at the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, December 5th, 2011. You can learn more and sign up at:
We hope that you plan to attend to show your support for the Councilmember’s efforts as well as support for your fellow Friends.
The Takoma Park Neighborhood Library will celebrate its 100th birthday this November 17 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The program lineup includes poet, educator and literary activist E. Ethelbert Miller, a jazzy musical performance by a local Takoma Park guitar duo and remarks from the library‘s administration and city government. The Friends are also launching two contests: a teen essay contest — “If you were in charge, how would you run the library?” and an art contest for all ages. Winning art will be reproduced on note cards as part of a Friends of the Takoma Park Library fundraiser just in time for the holidays. And, of course, no birthday celebration is complete without refreshments — especially birthday cake!
During the weeks from November 10 to December 17, the Branch will have special programs for all age groups: from historical talks by author and historian Diana Kohn and architectural historian Pamela Scott to readings by children’s authors Carolivia Herron and Laura Krause Melmed, to name just a few. Please check out the calendar section of their webpage to see a full listing of events. We invite all of our neighbors, not just from Takoma Park but from across the city, to come enjoy and celebrate their library!