The Interior Library is proud to present a series of programs on the background and history of historic sites, monuments and parks of interest in the Washington, D.C. region. The 45-minute programs, presented by National Park Service Rangers, are held monthly.
All Park Ranger Speakers programs for 2016 will be held in the Rachel Carson Room, which is adjacent to the Bison Bistro, on the ground level of the Main Interior Building.
The Interior Library offers regular training sessions especially for U.S. Department of the Interior employees that cover researching subjects of interest to the Department of the Interior, using the Interior Library, and using information sources made available by the Library, either on employees' desktops or in person.
Training sessions will be held in the Temporary Library, Room 2262 in the Main Interior Building.
In Spring 2016 the Interior Library launched its own book club. Each meeting will feature a different book, which will be announced on this website. The club will continue to meet every six weeks, and all are welcome to join. Topics will rotate but will relate to the mission of the Department of Interior.
Feel free to bring your lunch and any questions, insights or thoughts you have about the book. The Library will not have enough copies to lend it to all participants, so please purchase it or borrow it from your local library. We will have a copy on reserve in the Library if you'd like to stop by and read it here.
We will meet in the Library, currently housed in Room 2262 of the Main Interior Building, 1849 C Street NW, Washington DC 20240. Advance RSVPs are appreciated, but everyone is welcome regardless, and finishing the book is not a requirement to participate.
Please spread the word about the Book Club to your colleagues and friends who you think might like to join us.