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Georgetown Interim DC Public Library
3307 M St NW Ste 301, Washington, DC 20007
The Georgetown Interim Library opened on M Street in December 2008 after a fire damaged much of the GeorgetownMore Neighborhood Library. The interim library has 20,000 books, DVD, CDs and other items in circulation. Library users can have any item available in the city-wide catalog delivered to the Georgetown Interim Library within 48 hours for pick-up. The interim location will remain open until the original building re-opens in October 2010.
Georgetown Neighborhood Library
3260 R St NW, Washington, DC 20007
The Georgetown Neighborhood Library reopened in Oct. 18, 2010 after a fire destroyed much of the interior of theMore building April 30, 2007. The library underwent a massive nearly $18 million renovation. It now offers a special children's reading room, private meeting rooms, a community room and the Peabody Collection, which holds local historical items. The library is a mainstay of the Georgetown community with programs for adults and children alike.