Whether you’re an award-winning artist or just an everyday doodler we want you to enter the Fort Worth Library Card Design Contest! Winning designs will be turned into official library cards and made available to the public.
Let your imagination run free! Join us for “Chalk and Pops” as we decorate the walkways outside each Fort Worth Library location. All you need to bring is your creativity. Sidewalk chalk and popsicles provided.
Join us as we celebrate the conclusion of the summer chapter filled with fun, Superhero activities. (All Ages)
September's feature is Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. Flint Lockwood and his friends return to Swallow Falls to destroy the food weather machine, but find that it’s now creating foodimals. Barry the strawberry is friendly, but the Tacodile Supreme is dangerous. Will the gang complete their task or let the foodimals live?
Join author and TCU professor Peter Szok for an introduction to the city’s rich immigrant heritage. Szok will discuss Hispanic history and culture, based on his 2014 book, Restaurantes, rumba y más: A Gringo's Guide to Latino Fort Worth.
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.
Come spend quality time with your child (6-10 years old) reading, listening to stories, engaging in meaningful conversation and participating in fun-filled activities. Registration Required.
Workforce Solutions and Tarrant County Community College offer classes to help with job searching, obtaining a GED and improving computer skills.
Discover videos of genealogy and local history programs presented at the library.