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Get up and get moving at storytime! These 20-30 minute programs are full of a diverse collection of books, songs and fun activities.
Start a new holiday tradition by visiting this amazing 5-story tall tree with a snowfall topper and more than 15,000 dazzling lights that performs daily music and light shows.
Drop in for an open session of LEGO play on Fridays. Elementary age with an adult. We will provide the LEGOs and space, you provide the imagination. Free! No registration necessary. This program is made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Library, Chevy Chase Chapter.
Winter Break Camp sponsored by The Compass School of Ashburn.
What could be fancier than Christmas?
Enjoy energetic and interactive introduction to Kwanzaa with Harambee, Baba Ras D.
Enjoy a variety of activities including fitness, nutrition, dynamic play, & creative arts!
How are you spending winter and spring break? CREATE has got you covered!
Why waste your Winter break hibernating at home, when you can enjoy fun games and trips with friends?
Family activities fill the day and music and dancing fills the night at this annual celebration welcoming the New Year. Kids’ activities will take place with activities that include face painting, an obstacle course, moon bounces and live music.
Hop onto EverWonder’s time traveler machine and join us as we journey back through time to explore the ancient empires around the world.
Participants will learn about the chickens and their life on the farm, and help feed the chickens and see the inside of the coop.
American Indian images, names, and stories infuse American history and contemporary life.
Construction of the Inka Road stands as one of the monumental engineering achievements in history.
From a young age, most Americans learn about the Founding Fathers, but are told very little about equally important and influential Native diplomats and leaders of Indian Nations. T
Our Universes focuses on indigenous cosmologies—worldviews and philosophies related to the creation and order of the universe—and the spiritual relationship between humankind and the natural world.
An exhibition from the National Museum of African American History and Culture,
This display explores the ways medicine was applied on the battlefield as well as highlighting important wartime advances in medical science.
This display is one of the special cases that highlight anniversaries, views into the collections, and research findings.
The display features 16 posters from the early 20th century including a World War I poster and posters from Mather and Co. and the Parker-Holladay Co.