Learn engineering principles behind bridge strength and compete in a virtual bridge-building exercise for ages 10-14. Space is limited to 20 participants ages 10-14. Supply kits will be provided. After registering, please visit the Kensington Park Library to pick up your kit(s). Register only if you are able to pick up […]
Summer is perfect for some ice-scream, so come test your knowledge on some classic and new horror movies with this fun and frightening trivia. Registration closes one hour before the start of the program. A valid email address is needed at registration to send a Discord link to the program […]
DC Public Library is delighted to partner with Politics and Prose, the DC Public Library Foundation, and Pepco for an inspirational program for teens with author Justin A. Reynolds and illustrator Pablo Leon. The artists will talk about their creative process and collaboration on their new Spider-Man graphic, Miles Morales: Shock Waves. Please see details below to receive a […]
Are you a teen who loves to make words sing? Then join us for the Little Falls Teen Writers’ Club! Every first and third Thursday of the month, you’ll hang out with other teens who share your love of words and may even pick up a tip or two. We […]
A panel will review the filmed version of the original broadway hit “Hamilton”. We will also explore the topics of diversity, “color blind casting”, and the use of hip hop in musicals.
‘Opening Schools’ information from Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) about the Fall 2021 school semester.
Teens, ages 13 and up, are invited to join us as we write and workshop poetry. It’s always more fun to write with friends! If you like to play with ideas, the sounds of words, the way writing looks on a page, join us for the journey as we explore, […]