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YOGA Demystified

Every body is a yoga body! Join us on Tuesday, March 28th from 6-7pm as yoga instructor Carla Henslee discusses the history of yoga, demystifies and educated us about this 5,000-year-old science. Also, we will enjoy a yoga practice focusing on breath and gentle movement. If you've never tried yoga before, this is a perfect place to start. No mat requried. Registration required.

Legal Draft: A Library is Brewing

Join the craft brew revolution and support the Downtown Library with great drinks including root beer, live music, arts and crafts, and games for the whole family.

ADMISSION AT THE DOOR: Adults (21+): $20 for a glass souvenir stein and three drinks Kids: $5 for unlimited root beer Food truck fare and library swag will also be available for purchase.

LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE: Taylor Twins @ noon...

Rainwater Harvesting and Your Landscape

Three upcoming classes hosted by Arlington Water Utilities and the Tarrant Regional Water District will give residents a chance to learn more about water efficient practices for their lawns and gardens, just in time for spring. Arlington Water and TRWD have teamed up with the Tarrant County Master Gardener Association and the Arlington Public Library to offer the free events, which will all be held 6 to 8 p.m.

The schedule includes: Drip Irrigation and Drought Tolerant Plants – March 30, Southeast Branch Library, 900 S.E. Green Oaks Boulevard Rainwater...

Drip Irrigation and Drought Tolerant Plants

Three upcoming classes hosted by Arlington Water Utilities and the Tarrant Regional Water District will give residents a chance to learn more about water efficient practices for their lawns and gardens, just in time for spring. Arlington Water and TRWD have teamed up with the Tarrant County Master Gardener Association and the Arlington Public Library to offer the free events, which will all be held 6 to 8 p.m.

The schedule includes: Drip Irrigation and Drought Tolerant Plants – March 30, Southeast Branch Library, 900 S.E. Green Oaks Boulevard Rainwater...

Building A Dream Gala with Sandra Brown

The Friends and Foundation of the Arlington Public Library invite you to Building a Dream, a special evening with New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown .

Join us Saturday, March 25 at 7 p.m. at the Arlington Museum of Art for a silent auction, live music, refreshments, and remarks by Sandra Brown. Arlington Director of Libraries Yoko Matsumoto will also give a presentation on the plans for the new Downtown Library.

Schedule of Events:...

Jabberwocky: A Live Arts and Literature Experience

Discover a variety of strange and whimsical delights with other artsy young professionals and literature lovers in their 20s, 30s, and 40s. Party attire is encouraged.

Take part in music, parlor games, spontaneous poetry and literature readings, live performances, trivial contests, and more. A silent auction will feature pieces by local artists.

Tickets are $10 plus the roll of the dice, and are only available at the door. All proceeds benefit the new George W. Hawkes Downtown Library.

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Heart Health 101

Join Methodist Mansfield Hospital for an evening of learning about heart health. Register and let us know you are coming. Program is free of charge.

Microsoft Excel for Beginners

Need help or have questions about Microsoft Excel? Come join us at Mansfield Public Library for one-on-one sessions to learn how to use Excel or brush up on your existing skills. Registration is required, please come into the library or call 817-728-3690 to register.

TechLiNK @ Goodman Elementary

The TechLiNK vehicle will be at Goodman Elemtary to provide basic computer education to parents participating in Parent Center classes. No library card required. The event is for parents of Goodman Elementary students.

Request the TechLiNK vehicle for your Arlington community or event!

The Arlington Public Library gives priority to locations that target underserved populations and the proposed event should align with and support the ...

Stories to Our Children

Through a weekly 7 session workshop parents will have the opportunity to write a story for their children. Write a story for your child to treasure and be the one to inspire imagination and a lifelong love of reading and writing. Sessions are first come first served, must attend first session to participate in subsequent sessions. Choose the time and location that works best for you!

* Workshop at East Arlington Branch will be facilitated at two locations:

Session 1-3 at East Arlington Branch Sessions 4-7 at University of Texas Arlington, Center for Mexican American Studies...

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