October's selection is Young Frankenstein. Parodying classic horror films, this comedy stars Gene Wilder in the title role. Frederick Frankenstein recreates the experiments his father began with success coming in the form of a monster.
Enrich your next visit to a historic Texas cemetery with this illustrated tour from Dr. Kenneth Hafertepe. He will explain how these "cultural landscapes" have evolved over time by examining the materials and craftsmanship behind markers and the placement of graves.
Join us as local author Merritt Tierce reads from her debut novel, Love Me Back.
Local businessman Elliot Goldman will discuss the history and cultural significance of newspapers and the making of the exhibit, Hot off the Presses: 100 Greatest Events of the 20th Century First Reporting Newspapers (on display from Oct. 1 to Nov. 19).
Join us for free, fun learning activities for parents/caregivers and their children under five years old.
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.
G.O. FW is a free family nature club designed to get families outdoors.
Workforce Solutions and Tarrant County Community College offer classes to help with job searching, obtaining a GED and improving computer skills.
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 Phil Morris.
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!