Sunday, November 9, 2014

Holiday and school snow days the Library will be closed

The library is closed on all government holidays and days when schools are closed due to snow.
Closed Tues. Nov. 11th - Veteran's Day


Nov. Activities at the library:
We will have a special Thanksgiving story time event on November 19, including stories and a simple craft. We hope you can join us. As always, please let us know that you are coming so that we can plan to have enough supplies for everyone.

We will also be open for on Wednesday, November 26 from 10 - 1, which will include story time. I hope those of you who are in town can join us.

Activities around Prince George's County:
Montpelier Arts Center 
9652 Muirkirk Rd.
Laurel MD 20708
montpelier.arts@pgparks.com 301-377-7800

Sunday Nov. 23rd, 2014 - 3 pm Free
La Vita Duo
New York-based classical guitar and soprano duo Giacomo and Jeanai La Vita will perform.

The Arts at Harmony Hall
10701 Livingston Rd.
Fort Washington MD 20744
arts.pgparks.com 301-203-6070

Wed. Nov. 19th - 2 pm
Afternoon Tea - All ages - Tickets: $16.00 per person
David Wright and the Wright Touch
As an instrumentalist, vocalist, bandleader, Master of Ceremonies, producer, and talent manager,
David has been providing quality entertainment in the Washington area for more than 20 years.

Langley Park Community Center
1500 Merimac Dr.
Hyattsville MD 20783
301-445-4508

30th Annual Pottery Sale
Sat. Nov. 22nd - 11 am - 4 pm
Register for winter classes!

Brentwood Arts Exchange - Gateway Arts District - Prince George's Sampler
3901 Rhode Island Ave.
Brentwood MD 20722 301-277-2863

2014 Prince George's County Juried Exhibition Nov., 3rd - Dec. 27, 2014
Gallery and Store Hours:
Mon. - Fri. 10 am-7 pm Sat. 10 am-4 pm
Artist - paper making, pen and ink, metal, jewelry, pottery and more!!

Prince George's Publick Playhouse
5445 Landover Rd.
Cheverly MD 20784 301-277-1710

Sat. Nov.22nd 10 am - 3 pm
Youth IV Praise
Youth Dance Companies/Ministries are encouraged to audition for the first Youth IV Praise Liturgical Dance Concert.
The performance will be held on Sat. Feb. 21, 2015 at 8 pm
Pre-registration is required. Call 301-277-1710
Application deadline: Friday, Nov. 14th 5 pm

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Story Time - Junior Reader Program - Senior Program



Story Time - Wed. mornings 10:30 - 11: 00  infants and up
We offer songs, crafts, food tastings and more

Junior Reader program - Tues. afternoons 2-4:00 ages 5-12
Students improve their reading skills by reading to the librarian or younger children.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Fourth Tuesday Book Group


The Fourth Tuesday Book Group meets 7-8:30 each month.  
WE WELCOME NEW MEMBERS!!
Books we will discuss in the coming months:

Nov. 4th Tues. 7-8:30 - Chocolat -  by Joanne Harris 
Even before it was adapted into the Oscar-nominated film starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp, Joanne Harris' New York Times bestselling novel, Chocolat entranced readers with its mix of hedonism, whimsy, and, of course, chocolate.

In tiny Lansquenet, where nothing much has changed in a hundred years, beautiful newcomer Vianne Rocher and her exquisite chocolate shop arrive and instantly begin to play havoc with Lenten vows. Each box of luscious bonbons comes with a free gift: Vianne's uncanny perception of its buyer's private discontents and a clever, caring cure for them. Is she a witch? Soon the parish no longer cares, as it abandons itself to temptation, happiness, and a dramatic face-off between Easter solemnity and the pagan gaiety of a chocolate festival. Chocolat's every page offers a description of chocolate to melt in the mouths of chocoholics, francophiles, armchair gourmets, cookbook readers, and lovers of passion everywhere. It's a must for anyone who craves an escapist read, and is a bewitching gift for any holiday.

No meeting in Dec

Jan. 4th Tues. 7-8:30  Local author RJ Crayton will discuss her book at our "Meet the Author" in January.
Life First - by RJ Crayton
Strong-willed Kelsey Reed must escape tonight or tomorrow her government will take her kidney and give it to someone else.
In this future forged by survivors of pandemics that wiped out 80 percent of the world’s population, life is valued above all else. The mentally ill are sterilized, abortions areillegal and those who refuse to donate an organ when told are sentenced to death.

Determined not to give up her kidney or die, Kelsey enlists the help of her boyfriend Luke and a dodgy doctor to escape. The trio must disable the tracking chip in her arm for her to flee undetected. If they fail, Kelsey will be stripped of everything.


Sunday, September 7, 2014

ESL - English As A Second Language


ESL  The fall semester Starts Oct. 1, 2014 from 9:30 - 10:30  lower level of the church.
Material fee $10.00  Younger children are welcome to attend with their parents.
Please call 301-474-8044 for more information.

The Church of the Nazarene
9704 Rhode Island Ave.
College Park MD 20740

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

BOOK RETURN

BOOK RETURN BOX is located out side of the church side door.   If you are unable to stop by during library hours please use the book return box.

Please no book donations in the Book Return box thank you.

Hours:
M-T-W 7-8:30 evenings
Wed. 10-1:00 mornings  Story time 10:30 - 11:00
T-T 1-4:00 afternoons
Closed Friday/Sunday
Saturday's 10-1:00

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Contact Information/location

We are an all volunteer non profit community library serving the residents of College Park.

Location:
The Church of the Nazarene
9704 Rhode Island Ave.
College Park MD 20740
Lower Level of the Church

Contact:
301-474-8044
colparklib@gmail.com
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www.cpcommunitylibrary.org
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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Activities

Activities at the College Park Community Library

Saturdays: 
The 2nd Sat. Bella, our resident beagle, listens to children ages 5-12 read their favorite stories
from 10-1:00

The 3rd Sat. Kirby, our resident pup, listens to children ages 5-12 read their favorite stories
 from 10-1:00.

An Afternoon of Games!
On the 1st and 4th Sat. from 10:00 - 1:00 we offer Library Afternoon of Games!!!  Fun for all ages. Children 8 and older can play without their parents younger children will need a parent with them.

Challenge your friends to a friendly game of Battleship, Go Fish, War, Monopoly and more or bring your favorite games to play with friends.

An evening of Games!!
Monday from 7-8:30 join our volunteer and play your favorite games.  The library has a small collection of games, however, donations are always welcome!

Book Group Discussion
The Fourth Tuesday Book Group meets from 7-8:30

Story Time
Wed. 10:30 - 11:00 ages infants/up.

Drop in Story Time
Tues. 1-4:00 and  Thurs. 1-4:00 all ages welcome!

Junior Reader Program Tues. 2-4:00
Students all ages are invited to join our afternoon school program reading to younger children to improve your reading skills and confidence during our Drop -in Story Time.