RIP Leonard Nimoy, 1931 – 2015 Nimoy was best known for playing the pointy-eared Vulcan on the show that created a fictional universe. But his career spanned decades, and ranged from acting and directing, to photography and poetry: I am Spock by Leonard Nimoy Few actors are as inextricably associated with one role as […]
¡A Bailar! At the Columbia Pike Branch Library, we wrap up each Cuentos Para Niños program by dancing and playing maracas. One of our favorite tunes to dance to is Baila! Baila! Baila, from the music CD “¡A Bailar! Let’s dance! Spanish Learning Songs.” The books we read include: Nina Buena, Nina Mala by Juliet Mickelburgh […]
“Every once in a while a book restores my belief that magic could be right around the corner.” New / Old Flames are our favorite books - the ones we really think you should read too. The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman Reviewed by Megan There’s a lot that’s great about […]
Writer Bettina Lanyi hangs out with the Library’s ambassadors to the 20- and 30-somethings of Arlington. From Feb. 25, 2015 Washington Post.
Are You Cactus or Grapefruit League? It may not yet feel like spring, but Major League Baseball’s spring training doesn’t wait for warm weather – even in Florida and Arizona. So celebrate one of baseballs’ great traditions by flexing your baseball-fan muscles with these books and films: Pow! A Peanuts Collection Charles M. Schulz […]
Spring 2015 Join the Commuter Book Club in reading (or listening to) “Life After Life” by Kate Atkinson. It’s the kind of book that makes metro the stops fly by, but doesn’t take you six weeks to finish. Meetup and Chat: Thursday, May 14, 7:00 p.m., at Le Pain Quotidien in Clarendon. Think you’ll make it? Register on Meetup. Think you […]
Letters from Our Friends! When our American Girl dolls go home with our young patrons, they often come back with letters and pictures telling us about their amazing adventures. Read more of their journal entries on Flickr. Learn more about the American Girl Lending Program.
Winter / Spring 2015 Programs Download and Print the Schedule (pdf) Middle School Specific Programs Homework Club – Wednesdays, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m., Columbia Pike Branch Library – Middle school students use study spaces reserved just for them. Basic school and project supplies provided. High School Specific Programs High School TAB – 1st […]