On exhibit at The Connection: Crystal City, January – February 2017.
Looking to do something new this year? We have a variety of new programs for 2017 – from writing fiction, to discussing books in the middle of the day, to jamming on that ukulele that’s been gathering dust in the back of your closet.
County offices will be closed for the Presidential Inauguration
As librarians, we often receive emails from friends and family members, looking for specific book suggestions… This email arrived over the holidays: My dad’s been reading to a class of 3rd graders, and the assignment (instead of being a month) may last until the end of next academic year. I’d given him Neil Gaiman’s “Fortunately, the […]
Every time we turned around this year, it seemed like another one of our heroes or role models had died. So we’ve created this end-of-year list to pay homage to the many talented authors, musicians and performers, as well as public figures and activists, who are no longer with us.
While the Aurora Hills Branch remains open, some programs and services are affected.
“Doodling Becomes Ritual” On exhibit at the Columbia Pike Branch Library, December 2016 – January 2017 Aselin Lands, originally from Baton Rouge, LA, is currently an arts educator in the DC Metropolitan Area. She is dedicated to teaching art as well as creating art. She earned her Masters of Arts in Teaching and Bachelor’s of […]