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Oxon Hill Library
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Oxon Hill, MD  20745
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Updated  March 30, 2015

Upcoming Events

Spring Book Sale

On Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., the Friends of the Oxon Hill Library will host their Spring Book Sale. Please be sure to tell your friends to stop by and browse our collection of books, magazines, CDs, DVD, and other items available for sale that day. We will also be selling baked goods as well. 

If you have any used books, magazines, CDs, DVDs that you would like to donate to us toward our sale, please drop them off at the front circulation desk and let them know that your donation is for the Friends' Spring Book Sale. Also, we are in need of books and other reading material geared towards TEENS. Please donate what you can spare so that others can enjoy the pleasure of reading those items which you may no longer use.


Recent Events

Special thanks to the Oxon Hill Community 

In support of  the Annual Home for the Holidays/Silent Auction event sponsored by the Friends of the Oxon Hill Library

Once again, we would like to thank all within and around the Oxon Hill community and those community partners who provided support and donations toward our Silent Auction that was held on Tuesday, December 9, 2014. The Friends of the Oxon Hill Library were very proud and honored to meet everyone who participated in the event and are sure that our "Home for the Holidays" event, featuring pianist Al Davis was enjoyed by one and all. There were lots of wonderful items donated for the event.  

Special thanks to the Oxon Hill library staff for their assistance in making this event a success!

Thanks again to all of our local community partners and donors who provided donated items toward this event. See below for a complete list of the 2014 contributors.

Local Community Partner Contributors


Individual Contributors

Tawana Campbell

Felicia Dunmore

Mena Young-Harris

Lillie James

Margaret Lawrence

Martha Ruff

Juanita Wilder

Demetrius Windom  

If you would like to learn more about the Friends of the Oxon Hill Library, then continue to review this site or send an email to so that we can connect with you and provide you with all the information that you want to know about the Friends group. 

Best regards, 

MaryLouise Isbell, President

Friends of the Oxon Hill Library


Recent Events sponsored by the Friends of the Oxon Hill Library

Southwest DC Youth Attend HBCU Fair

By: Vyllorya A. Evans

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Fair at the Oxon Hill Library in Oxon Hill, Md. on Wednesday, Feb. 25. The event was sponsored by Friends of Oxon Hill Library. The event provided an opportunity for PerChaya Hardison to complete an application for South Carolina State University.  The application fee was waived during the fair. PerChaya graduated from Wilson High School in 2014. After taking a year off, she is making plans to enter college in the fall. She was excited to have the opportunity to speak to a representative from the college. She has also applied to West Virginia State. LaVance Parks is a junior at Wilson High School with an interest in attending Gallaudet University after he graduates. He wants a career that will allow him to use his sign language skills. He was able to speak with a person who had worked at Gallaudet and encouraged him to pursue his dream.  The Friends of Oxon Hill Library wanted to celebrate and support Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) during Black History Month. There were representatives and materials from the following schools: Virginia State University; Virginia Union University; Benedict College; University of Maryland, Eastern Shore; Morgan State University; Tuskegee University; and South Carolina State University. The youth were escorted by ANC Commissioner Rhonda Hamilton and Co-Chair of SWNA’s Education Task Force, Vyllorya A. Evans.  See page 2 for a photo of students and one of our very own Friends of the Oxon Hill Library, Ms. Juanita Wilder, South Carolina State University Alumna.

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Book Store

The Book Store, managed by the Friends of the Oxon Hill Library, is open during the hours that the library operates. Now, every citizen of the Oxon Hill community and all book lovers can come out and browse through our collection of books, magazines, DVDs, and other items to see what they would like to be a part of their own collection. 

NOTE: A dropbox is available for those who would like to make donations for the items that are picked up in the Book Store.


 Ongoing Events

Friends of the Oxon Hill Library Meetings

The Friends of the Oxon Hill Library announces their Monthly Meeting Schedule for 2015.

Friends meet on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m., except for July and August, or otherwise advertised. Meeting dates for 2015 are as follows:

January 13, 2015

February 10, 2015

March 10, 2015

April 14, 2015

May 12, 2015

June 9, 2015

What do you know, about the Friends of the Oxon Hill Library?

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Photo Gallery - Friends reception: Before panel on Henrietta Lacks

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