In an effort to better accommodate the schedules and needs of its customers and provide more equitable services throughout the city, the Fort Worth Library is changing the hours of operation at 10 of its branch libraries beginning Jan. 2, 2014.
Rene Gomez recounts some of the strange, disturbing events that occurred in the Trinity River Bottoms area during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s death, the library presents JFK in Fort Worth: A Lasting Impression, a special exhibit and an interview with veteran journalist and host of Face the Nation Bob Schieffer about the day the president was assassinated and how the tragedy continues to affect us today.
Join us for a day filled with powerful films that will spark many conversations about human rights throughout the world.
Are you familiar with the Affordable Care Act and how it will affect you? Do you know how to shop for health insurance? The Fort Worth Library is hosting information sessions where you can learn about the ACA and the Marketplace.
Learn how to begin your genealogy research, find information about your ancestors, record the information and resources available at the lbrary that can help you.
With FWL Mobile, the library’s cutting-edge app, you can bring the library with you – anytime, anywhere!
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.