Poetry Scavenger Hunt at Long Branch Library

Join us at Long Branch Library this week for the Poetry Scavenger Hunt for Tweens & Teens, through April 15. There are 11 poems posted throughout the library. Find all 11, then come to the Info desk for your prize! #nationalpoetrymonth http://mcpl.link/long-branch

Bilingual Spanish/English Mindfulness Meditation at Long Branch Library

On Sundays at Long Branch Library, learn and practice mindfulness meditation. Sessions will begin with a 30-minute meditation period, followed by an optional 15-minute discussion Weather permitting, this guided mindfulness meditation will be held outside on the patio of the library. If weather is problematic, the meditation will be provided in an upstairs meeting room. Corina Urdaneta is a Venezuelan-born, … Read More

Bilingual Spanish/English Mindfulness Meditation at Long Branch Library

Learn and practice mindfulness meditation on Sundays in April. Sessions will begin with a 30-minute meditation period, followed by an optional 15-minute discussion. Weather permitting, this guided mindfulness meditation will be held outside on the patio of the library. If weather is problematic, the meditation will be provided in an upstairs meeting room. Corina Urdaneta is a Venezuelan-born, certified mindfulness … Read More

Virtual Author Talk: Congressman Jamie Raskin

NEW: You will need to be signed into Zoom to attend this program via the web. To sign in, you must first create a free account: https://zoom.us/signup Registered participants will be emailed a link to the program in advance; once you are signed into Zoom, you will be able to access the program at the scheduled time. — Join us … Read More

Take, Make, Write: Meet & Critique for Teens

Teens in grades 7-12 can join Montgomery College professor and author Katherine Smith on 3/30 at 6pm to explore creative writing through creating their own flash fiction or get started on a short story. Writing prompts will be provided if you need ideas or guidance but you can write something unique. To attend register online at https://mcpl.events/take-make-write. Registration is limited … Read More

English Conversation Club for Kids

Join us as we practice English conversation in an informal, friendly relaxed setting. New members are always welcome but space is limited. NEW: You will need to be signed into Zoom to attend this program via the web. To sign in, you must first create a free account: https://zoom.us/signup Once you are signed in on Zoom, click on the link … Read More

Long Branch Library Book Discussion Irish American Heritage Month: The Green Road

Join us to discuss The Green Road by Anne Enright, in an informal, friendly relaxed setting. From internationally acclaimed author Anne Enright comes a shattering novel set in a small town on Ireland’s Atlantic coast. The Green Road is a tale of family and fracture, compassion and selfishness—a book about the gaps in the human heart and how we strive … Read More

Teens & Tweens Board Game Fun!

Teens and tweens ages 12-19, join us for a fun afternoon of board games at Aspen Hill Library! Games include Catan, Splendor, King of Tokyo, Azul & more. Don’t have a card right now? No worries! Find out how to get a library card here: https://mcpl.link/library-card

Sanctified Sisters of Colesville at Commonwealth Farm presented by Montgomery History – Virtual Women’s History Month Program w/ Julianne Mangin

In this lecture on 3/12 at 2pm, you’ll learn how these savvy businesswomen ran an inn and restaurant that was a popular country retreat for Washingtonians. How did they end up in Montgomery County, and why was their presence forgotten? It’s a fascinating story of women determined to control their own spiritual and economic destinies. Julianne Mangin is a family … Read More