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Worth Reading (#wr365) aims to get everyone in Fort Worth reading, learning and having fun – all year long.
A partnership between the library, Fort Worth ISD and other community organizations, Worth Reading expands and enhances the traditional summer reading program, offering activities and programs at locations throughout the Metroplex.
The program is divided into four-month cycles, each with its own activities and prizes. The next cycle runs Sept. 1 – Dec. 31, 2013.
All Aboard: Story Time for Children with Special Needs and their Families
Join us for a story time designed for children with special needs. Families and caregivers are encouraged to participate. Using interactive activities, art projects and open forums, this program helps children improve their academic and social skills. All books and crafts are at the preschool level.
Participation is not limited to children with special needs. Everyone is invited to join us for fun, learning and making new friends!
- 11 a.m. third Saturday of each month, Central Library, Youth Center
Family Movie Fun
Bring a blanket, your family and friends, and enjoy a free feature length movie in the Discovery Theatre at the Fort Worth Central Library Youth Center.
Game On! @ the Central Library
Join us in the Youth Center for Wii Gaming and board games. Sessions are a tournament-like atmosphere with small prizes for everyone. (Ages 6–12 and families)
- 2 - 4 p.m. fourth Sunday of each month, Central Library, Discover Theatre
Homeschooler's Activity Day
Come join us for multiple activities for a variety of age levels. Program and activities will vary each month – speakers, crafts, book discussion groups, games, etc.
Tail-Waggin’ Tutors: A Dog is a Reader's Best Friend
Is your child nervous about reading? Tail-Waggin' Tutors may the perfect answer. These dogs are specially trained by Therapy Dogs, International to listen patiently while a child practices reading and gains more confidence.
- 1 p.m., first Saturday of each month, Central Library, Youth Center Reading Pavilion.
For more information, call 817-392-7745.
Updated 3 September 2013