Is your child nervous about reading? Tail Waggin’ Tutors can help. Join us for the 8th annual back to school kickoff!
Celebrate the diversity that exists within the Latino culture with this showing of "Maria en Tierra de Nadie (Maria In Nobody’s Land)".
In this ten-week series, parents and children participate in music, active modeling and movement activities. The class also promotes parenting skills and builds knowledge of children’s developmental needs.
Take a musical journey from the early 20th-century roots of jazz to the diverse sounds of today featuring a dynamic lineup of local and internationally touring artists.
2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the U. S. entering “the Great War”. The war introduced Texas to the world and vice versa and how neither were ever the same.
The library invites you to check out our Makerspace at the Northwest Branch!
Staff from the Tarrant Area Food Bank help to register (qualify) individuals and families for Children’s Medicaid, CHIP and SNAP (food assistance) and TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families).
Fort Worth Library provides passport acceptance for U.S. citizens on behalf of the U.S. Department of State.
Classes are held daily and are conducted by Workforce Solutions, Tarrant County Community College and library staff.
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