Free movies and workshops from Europe

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DATETIMELIBRARYADDRESSCOUNTRYPROGRAM TITLEAGEDESCRIPTION
10/302:00 PMMount Pleasant Library3160 16th St NW Washington, DC 20010PolandCelebrate Poland!AllA celebration of Poland and Polish culture and language through stories and activities.
11/0110:00 AMMount Pleasant Library3160 16th St NW Washington, DC 20010SpainCelebrate Spain!0 to 5Celebrate Spanish language and culture through stories and songs.
11/0110:30 AMCapitol View Library5001 Central Ave Washington DC 20019SpainSpanish storytime0 to 5Bilingual storytime featuring books and songs in English and Spanish.
11/0111:15 AMWest End Interim Library2522 Virginia Ave. NWFranceHungry Like the Wolf: Re-Tellings of the Red Riding Hood Tale3 to 7Over the years, Little Red Riding Hood, a story that originated in France and was authored by Charles Perrault, has been adapted and re-told many times. It remains a fascinating tale and the West End Interim Library welcomes families with children ages 3-7 to attend a story-time that will present several versions of the classic tale. The story will become new and exciting again for those who have heard the classic version before, and will be enjoyed by those experiencing it for the first time.
11/024:00 PMGeorgetown Library3260 R Street NW, Washington DC 20007GermanyGerman Folktales and Craft5+Join us for German folktales like Doctor All-Knowing and the Bremen Town Musicians. Afterward, we'll do a craft and enjoy a snack of gingerbread.
11/024:30 PMWatha T. Daniel/Shaw Library1630 7th St NW, Washington DC 20001Bulgaria / Czech Republic / Poland / Croatia / Slovakia / SloveniaBaba Yaga, the Slavic Witch3+We will share tales of the famous Slavic witch Baby Yaga, and enjoy some traditional snacks from Slavic countries.
11/036:00 PMDorothy I. Height/Benning Library3935 Benning Rd. NE, Washington DCGermanyThe Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales5+Hansel and Gretel is one unique and fascinating tale from a collection of German fairy tales first published in 1812 by the Grimm brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm. The collection is commonly known in English as Grimm's Fairy Tales. The Grimm tales have been a source of inspiration for writers, artists and composers. Join us as we share Paul O. Zelinsky's, 1998 Caldecott Medal winner, story of Hansel and Gretel. His paintings will captivate readers with their mysterious beauty, emotional power and brilliant originality.
11/0511:00 AMSoutheast Neighborhood Library403 7th Street SEBulgaria / RomaniaCelebrate the Balkans3 to 7Children ages 3 to 7 and their families will learn about the countries that make up the Balkans through traditional music from Bulgarian vocal ensemble Orfeia and an interactive dance performance from Carpathia Folk Dance Ensemble.
11/074:30 PMPetworth Library4200 Kansas Ave. NWItalyStrega Nona's Harvest6+We will celebrate fall and the harvest season with the book "Strega Nona's Harvest" and a craft. We will also talk about Italian culture and language.

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