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Explore D.C. in Books

Ever picture the streets, addresses, intersections or neighborhoods described in your favorite D.C. novel like George Pelecanos' description of Strange visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in his book Right as Rain, or Mullins living in a fourth-floor apartment in Foggy Bottom in Aly Monroe's novel Washington Shadow? Now you can see these places on a map. DC by the Book is an interactive literary map that allows users to explore the city through the eyes of local and nationally known authors.  DC by the Book was developed by the DC Public Library with assistance from a federal grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and in partnership with the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., Cultural Tourism DC, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC and the Beekeeper Group. Try it now.

National Library Workers Day - April 16
Nominate your favorite library worker for National Library Workers Day. Nominations accepted through April 6. Submit your nomination.

Cast Your Vote for What DC Reads
Help decide what D.C. reads by casting your vote starting the second week of April at dclibrary.org/dcreads. DC Reads: One Book. One City. One Good Read. celebrates the joy of reading and encourages residents to read and discuss the same book. Special events inspired by the themes in the book will take place in libraries and partner locations across the city. DC Reads will take place this fall.

For Children
Día: Children's Day/Book Day–April 28-May 5
Explore how fun reading can be with El día de los Niños/El día de los Libros (Children's Day/Book Day) from April 28 to May 5. The Maru Montero Dance Company will perform Mexican and Latin American dance. Enjoy a bilingual English-Spanish presentation of ¡Uno, Dos, Tres Con Andrés! with song, dance and drumming. Teatro de la Luna presents I Call Her Little Red Riding Hood (Yo La Llamo Rusita Rojas), a bilingual English-Spanish play for school-age children. Fun for families with children ages birth-12. See all Día events  See all events for children

For Teens
Prom Expo - April 6
Teens are invited to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library on Saturday, April 6 from Noon to 4 p.m. to get the latest fashion trends and beauty tips just in time for prom. Enjoy workshops, giveaways, beauty demonstrations and a fashion show hosted by Despina Ades, Miss District of Columbia Teen USA. Browse through a selection of 100 donated gowns to find your perfect dress. And don't forget to submit your videos for the Your Prom, Your Way Video contest. You could win a complete prom makeover – hair, makeup and outfit. The deadline is March 31. Fun for ages 16-19. Read more. See all events for Teens

For Adults
Health Information Sessions
Learn how to access health information on the Internet using iPads every month through June 13. iPads will be provided. Space is limited to 12 people per session. Please call the host library to register. This program is presented in partnership with the Dahlgren Memorial Library at Georgetown University, National Network of Libraries of Medicine and the National Library of Medicine. View class schedule. See all events for Adults

Politics and Prose April Author Series
Join us for three exciting author talks this month.

April 8 - David Graeber, author of Debt: The First 5,000 Years, discusses his new book The Democracy Project: A History, a Crisis, a Movement at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, 7 p.m.

April 11 - Adam Makos discusses A Higher Call: An Incredible True Story of Combat and Chivalry in the War-Torn Skies of World War II at Georgetown Library, 7 p.m.

April 24 - William Dalrymple discusses Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan, 1839-42 at Tenley-Friendship Library, 7 p.m.

Other Happenings
  • April-June - Call for March on Washington oral histories and artifacts. Were you at the March on Washington or know someone who was?  We want to hear your story and preserve your historical treasures. Click here to learn more. 
  • April 1-15 - Get free income tax help.  Learn more.
  • April 10 – Committee on Education Budget Hearing, Wilson Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Room 123, Washington, D.C. 20004.  Learn more.
  • April 14-20 – Celebrate DC Week of the Young Child, an annual celebration that brings together agencies throughout Washington, D.C. to raise awareness about the importance of early childhood learning and programs.
  • April 16 – Library closed for D.C. Emancipation Day.
  • April 23 - DC Public Library is spreading the love of reading on World Book Night. Library staff are among 25,000 volunteers across America to give away a half million books in their communities. Be on the lookout to receive your free book.

Mark Your Calendar

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Monday, April 1
Baby/Toddler Lap Time
11 a.m., ages birth-2
Anacostia Library

Monday, April 1
Classic Films
6:30 p.m., Adults
Chevy Chase Library

Tuesday, April 2
Project Brick: LEGO Building
4 p.m., ages 5-12
Cleveland Park Library
Tuesday, April 2
Preschool Story Time
10:30 a.m., ages 3-5
Deanwood Library

Tuesday, April 2
Diabetes Workshop
5 p.m., Adults
Dorothy I. Height/Benning Library

Wednesday, April 3
Teen Game Night
5:30 p.m., ages 12-19
Francis A. Gregory Library

Thursday, April 4
Graphic Novel Book Club: Kite Runner
7 p.m., Adults
Georgetown Library

Monday, April 8
Gaming Night
5 p.m., ages 12-19
Juanita E. Thornton/Shepherd Park Library

Monday, April 8
Job Seekers Clinic
10 a.m., Adults
Lamond-Riggs Library

Monday, April 8
Computer Class: Web I Basics
4 p.m., Adults
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

Tuesday, April 9
Baby/Toddler Story Time
10 a.m., ages birth-2 and their caregivers
Mt. Pleasant Library

Wednesday, April 10
Baby/Toddler Lap Time
10 a.m., ages birth-36 months
Northwest One Library

Friday, April 12
Knit-Wits: Knitting and Crocheting Class/Club
2:30 p.m., Adults
Parklands-Turner Library

Friday, April 12
Petworth Kids' Book Club: Toys Go Out
4 p.m., ages 6-11
Petworth Library

Wednesday, April 17
Digital Drop-in Clinic
6 p.m., Adults
Rosedale Library

Wednesday, April 17
Baby/Toddler Lap Time
10 a.m., ages birth-24 months
Southeast Library

Thursday, April 18
Preschool Story Time
10:30 a.m., ages 2-5
Southwest Library

Thursday, April 18
Adult Book Club
7 p.m., Adults
Takoma Park Library

Thursday, April 18
Teen Cafe
3 p.m., ages 12-19
Tenley-Friendship Library

Saturday, April 20
I Made It Myself
11 a.m., ages 5-12
Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library

Monday, April 22
Baby/Toddler Story Time
10 a.m., ages birth-3
West End Library

Monday, April 22
Job Seekers Clinic
10 a.m., Adults
William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library

Thursday, April 25
El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children's Day/Book Day) Story Time
10:30 a.m., ages 5-12
Woodridge Library

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