Dr. Paula Tyler, Fort Worth Public Library Foundation Launch Pad Coordinator, assists students in preparing their applications and application essays to demonstrate college readiness, insightful thought and polished responses.
Fort Worth Movies That Matter Latino presents "East of Salinas".
The library's own Rene Gomez leads you through all the twists and turns in the case of the 1953 murder of William Clark, a wealthy Fort Worth oilman.
The Fort Worth Library is growing! Monitor the progress of our newest location - Golden Triangle.
As an extension of the Panther Lab at the Northwest Branch Library, we have introduced our Mobile Cat Makerspace Carts to several branches throughout Fort Worth.
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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The Fort Worth Library's mission is to welcome and support all people in their enjoyment of reading and recreational materials, and their pursuit of learning and information.