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.
Meet area authors as they read from their works and share their views on reading, the art of writing and trends in literature. Featured writers include Rachel Caine, Jan Peck, Kay Honeyman, Rebecca Behrens and Krissi Dallas. Book signing to follow & authors’ books will be for sale. (All ages)
August's selection is The Good Earth. In this adaptation of Pearl Buck’s novel, a Chinese farmer struggles with both his land and his wife.
Learn how to begin your genealogy research, find information about your ancestors, record the information and resources available at the library that can help you.
The Fort Worth Public Library Foundation and the Fort Worth Library celebrate the pre-renovation kickoff of two capital improvement projects in the Central Library supported by the Sid W. Richardson Foundation and Speedway Children's Charities.
The Fort Worth Library Genealogy, History and Archives staff is always available to help with searching family history. Learn about a recent success story with Donald H. Crews.
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.
With FWL Mobile, the library’s cutting-edge app, you can bring the library with you – anytime, anywhere!