‘Tis the Season for a Party Kids, teens and families are invited to join us at Central Library for our fifth annual Winter Open House! We’ll have snacks in the Rabbit Hole, and crafts for kids and teens. And no matter when you attend, you’ll be able to catch holiday storytimes presented by some of [...]
Workshop: How to Preserve Your Family’s Story–Arlington Mill Community & Senior Center, 909 S. Dinwiddie St.
A Library pop-up event Hear Arlington resident Judith Sanchez tell her story of coming to America from Colombia and learn how to preserve your own family’s history using the StoryCorp app. Bring a smartphone. Library staff can help you record your story.
A pop-up Library event Make and design your own LED (light emitting diode) greeting card. Using special conductor paper, light up your card with your personalized design. Understand the science that makes it work. Be early: Space is limited to the first 25 people
Drop-in Library Hot Chocolate Open House–Arlington Mill Community & Senior Center, 909 S. Dinwiddie St.
A Library pop-up event Stories and songs for kids and their adults featuring books about families celebrating in their own tradition. Create your own signature hot chocolate drink, spice it up or add marshmallows and whipped cream. Sign up for a Library card and grab a book from the Little Free Library at Arlington Mill.
A community discussion Hundreds of Arlingtonians are homeless at any given time. These are families and single adults in our community. We all have the power to change this. Come and add your voice to the dialogue about ending homelessness in our community. Presented in partnership with the Department of Human Services, Arlington County.
A comfortable place for non-native speakers to practice Italian. On Mondays at Central Library on the second floor. All levels welcome. No registration necessary. No class on Dec. 28, 2015.
An event to educate businesses and consumers about improving security through lessons learned and best practices Presented in partnership with the National Cyber Security Alliance. Registration required.
Get to know the First Music program at Levine Music The Levine School’s group classes inspire creative learning as students enjoy singing, moving, and playing instruments, all while making new friends in a musical and fun environment. For ages 13-months to 3 years. Registration is required.
Get to know the First Music program at Levine Music The Levine School’s group classes inspire creative learning as students enjoy singing, moving, and playing instruments, all while making new friends in a musical and fun environment. For ages 4-12 months. Registration is required.
Winners will receive glory and prizes! What is an edible book? It’s any representation of a book title that is made primarily from edible materials. It can look like a book, refer to a character, be a pun on a title etc. It can be as fancy as a decorated cake or as simple as [...]