Venga y aprenda sobre el robo de indentidad, y lo que puede hacer para protegerse. También podrá obtener información básica sobre crédito, y sobre cómo administrar su dinero. Con Carlos Castillo de Wells Fargo, en español. Arlington Public Library utiliza expertos de una variedad de fuentes para proporcionar programas públicos educativos. Nosotros no avalamos, sugerimos o recomendamos una empresa, [...]
For ages up to 5 years. No registration required. First come, first served until capacity is reached. Call 703-228-5710 for more information. Cuentacuentos con Sra. Desirée Disfrutamos cuentos, canciones, rimas en inglés y manualidades para niños de todas edades y habilidades. For safety, Library children’s programs are canceled when Arlington Public Schools are closed for [...]
Because most seats at Nationals Park don’t come with air conditioning, Columbia Pike screens baseball films Thursdays at 3 p.m. in August, a/c included Aug. 7: ”The Pride of the Yankees”  Not Rated, 128 minutes. Directed by Sam Wood. Featuring: Gary Cooper and the great Teresa Wright in an Oscar-winning role. The effective Hollywood take on [...]
Tom Prewitt and members of the WSC Avant Bard company will discuss the new musical “Visible Language” and the reprised production of “There is Happiness That Morning Is.” Hear the artists in an intimate library setting.
A Sunday Screening at Columbia Pike in partnership with Point of View Documentaries Eight players with 703 years among them compete in the “World over 80s” Table Tennis Championships in Inner Mongolia. This film is as much about the tenacity of the human spirit as it is a meditation on mortality. Directed by Anson Hartford [...]
A Columbia Pike Branch Insight Film presented with the Arlington Sister City Association—Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine) Committee Learn more about Ukraine and part of its long history with Russia. “Harvest of Despair” documents the Ukrainian terror famine of 1932–33, which caused the deaths of 7,000,000 people. Using interviews with survivors and scholars to supplement rare photographic evidence, it [...]
THIS SCREENING IS CANCELED. An Insights Documentary Film Screening The story of two young women growing up in modern India. One is an aspiring beauty pageant contestant and the other is a Hindu Nationalist prepared to kill and die for what she believes: that the West, Christianity and Islam are the enemy. Directed by Nisha Pahuja. [...]
Movie Matinee at Columbia Pike Screwball comedies from Hollywood’s Golden Age, Thursdays throughout May at Columbia Pike May 1: “It Happened One Night”  NR, 105 minutes. Colbert is the spoiled heiress. Gable is the newspaper reporter needing a story. May 8: “You Can’t Take It with You”  NR, 126 min. Capra and Jimmy [...]
May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month Join a Columbia Pike celebration featuring poetry and a short film on Nepal.
Join the Columbia Pike Library and the Arlington Sister City Association — Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine) Committee to learn more about Ukraine and part of its long history with Russia A screening of “The Soviet Story,” a critically acclaimed 2008 documentary by Edvins Snore that examines the Soviet system and its close philosophical, political and organizational ties with [...]