Celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with Mola Art- brightly colored applique panels made for centuries by the Kuna Indians in Panama and Columbia. We'll use paper instead of fabric for our Molas-and decorate personal journal covers. We'll provide the materials-you provide the creativity!
Which is better? Book or movie? Come and watch the 2004 film, Mean Girls (PG-13), and stay for a discussion of how it compares to the book that inspired it, Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman.
Unlock the potential of tablets and smart devices with personalized assistance. Bring your own tablet or use one of the library's devices to download eBooks and more. Seniors welcome! For teens & adults.
Work with you friends to guess the top answers in the library version of "Family Feud". Gaming, computers, and art supplies will also be available. All teens attending the After Hours Teen Center must have a permission slip signed by a parent or guardian on file. Teens must arrive by 7:30 p.m. and be picked up by 10 p.m. For Grades 6 & up.
Come join us for this fun fall event for the whole family! Meet local authors, explore local food vendors and food trucks, enjoy local musicians and earn prizes! Held outdoors rain or shine. Eat Local Read Local is immediately followed at 1 p.m. with John DeDakis, former CNN Senior Copy Editor for "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer." Dedakis, a writing coach at The Writer's Center in Bethesda and author of four novels, will speak about his experience and announce the winners of this year's Write On Contest.