Black History Month Festival

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. - William Sydney Pittman - Dallas Architect.

Art Professor John Neal Phillips from TCC Southeast will speak about William Sydney Pittman a prominent African-American...

Family Holiday Program

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.

Spinal Health Care

Join Dr. Keith Reynolds for an evening of learning about spinal and chiropractic health. Register and let us know you are coming. Program is free of charge.

Spanish Conversation Circle

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.


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TechLiNK @ Eggroll Festival Business Expo & Health Care

The TechLiNK will be at the Eggroll Festival Business Expo & Health Care, meet Mayor Jeff Williams, City Officials, Business & Community Leaders Visit Business exhibits & Enjoy Asian cultural entertainment Free Flu Shot / Medical Screening / Educational Health Information.

Creative Aging Art Class

The Creative Aging movement is all about staying mentally, physically, and social active past the age of 65. If you always wanted to do something artistic, but never had the time before, this class is for you! The class meets weekly for two hours for six weeks. You will create your own meaningful pieces of art, meet new friends, and enjoy expressing yourself in your own unique way. Any level of experience is welcome. There is no charge and art supplies are provided.

TechLiNK @ Back to School Bash

TechLiNK will be at Back to School Bash by the Arlington Police Department.

There will be bounce houses, you can learn about street safety, talk with the fire department, and play games. Free food and more!

Join us and enjoy meeting and interacting with your community.


From Passion to Print: Exploring the World of Self-Publishing

Authors self-publish for various reasons, and the indie author experience is equally diverse. Some debut indie authors earn more than their traditionally published counterparts, but indie authors experience a wide range of financial and personal success.

During this presentation, we will:

Review the basic steps involved in self-publishing, including tips on polishing your book, selecting your platform and marketing your brand Explore tutorials on CreateSpace and Kindle platforms Discuss what it means to be a successful indie author, including personal motivations and indie...


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