Turn a New Page at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
With the long winter ahead, it’s so nice to have a resource like the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library at your fingertips. This DC institution has worked diligently to find a safe way to stay open during the pandemic, and only closes mid-day (from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.) for a deep cleaning of communal areas. That makes it possible for you to still stop in to load up on books, magazines, and other materials to read, and for the library to continue with their popular programs. January brings new book clubs, plus the American Sign Language courses for all ages and levels. It’s also a certification site for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams. If you’re not ready to visit in person, utilize the online services like material renewal, digital content, and delivery requests to access the same great subject matter, but from the comfort of your couch or home office.
The nearest branch of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library is located on G Street NW. Visit the website for daily hours of operation, and other valuable resources.