There will be no items due on Thursday, Nov. 27, and Friday, Nov. 28, and patrons will be unable to return items after the close of business on Wednesday, Nov. 26. Book drops will reopen when the libraries reopen on Saturday, Nov. 29.
Join us at an information session to learn about the ACA and the Marketplace. At the end of the presentation, you will have an opportunity to search the Marketplace website and, if you choose, enroll in the Marketplace.
Join us for a concert with the Not Your Average Angels Harp Ensemble.
Join local author Carmen Goldthwaite as she discusses her book, Texas Ranch Women – Three Centuries of Mettle and Moxie.
Local Author Kimberly Herrera discusses her book, Love Shouldn't Hurt, and shares her powerful survival story.
Rene Gomez will highlight Into the Past, an upcoming library project merging historic photographs with recent images to illustrate changes to familiar locales. He will also discuss the National Register of Historic Places WikiProject, another photography collaboration.
December's selection is the 1947 version of Miracle on 34th Street. A man recruited to play Santa in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade calls himself Kris Kringle and believes himself to be the real Mr. Claus. When his sanity is questioned, he and a lawyer defend his claim in a court hearing.
We invite you to experience this quarterly film series that highlights important human rights issues. Each event features a movie screening with English subtitles, followed by a moderated discussion with special guests.
Join us for free, fun learning activities for parents/caregivers and their children under five years old.
Workforce Solutions and Tarrant County Community College offer classes to help with job searching, obtaining a GED and improving computer skills.
Nuevos audiolibros y libros electrónicos en español.: Descargue los audiolibros y libros electrónicos en español que se han agregado a nuestra colección en OverDrive. Se incluyen títulos de ficción y no ficción para adultos.
G.O. FW is a free family nature club designed to get families outdoors.
Discover videos of genealogy and local history programs presented at the library.
With FWL Mobile, the library’s cutting-edge app, you can bring the library with you – anytime, anywhere!