"I come from a line of hardworking people who never made much money but were rich in stories. My family's roots are very important to me. When you're looking for stories, look to your own heart." - Kimberly Willis Holt
Who are you? What is your story? Everyone has one. Whether you are a mother, a business professional, a veteran, or a globetrotter, Arlington Public Library invites you to a workshop led by our community's own National Book Award-winning author. Bring your journal, uncap your favorite writing pen and get creative by...
Celebrate African-American history and culture in a variety of ways featuring exhibits, music and dance performances, lectures, photos, crafts and more. This year we are partnering with the Arlington Historical Society with archival images and special displays during the month of February.
Schedule of Events:
2 p.m. - Forgotten Images of Arlington’s African-American Past (in the Community Room)
Presenting for the first time anywhere, a collection of newly...
Bring the family for an evening of holiday cheer. We will start out with making holiday cards and writing letters to Santa while having a sweet treat. At 6:30pm the little ones will be greeted by our special guest (shh don't tell them it's Santa himself). Our special guest (Santa) will share a story with everyone and everyone will have the chance to talk to him and take pictures. Bring your cameras!
Program is free of charge and no registration is required.
This program is for non-native Spanish speakers who want to enhance their spoken Spanish skills and increase their confidence in using conversational Spanish. Join us weekly on Tuesday's from 4-5 pm. Classes are free and no registration is required.
Tis the season to capture fond memories through pictures, but how do you do that with just the camera on your phone? Join us as our guest Adam Livingston shows you how to take that perfect shot transforming an everyday photo to a beautiful memory shared for many years to come.