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Friends of the Arlington Public Library Fall Book Sale

Looking for a great book to read?

Stop by the Friends of the Arlington Public Library Book Sale to find a bargain and support your library too. Over 60,000 items: fiction, non-fiction, children's books, videos, CDs, DVDs, books on tape, Records, and “Best of Sale”. Cash, Check, and Credit Cards accepted. Be sure to stop by the Unique Treasures Area to find a real treasure!

Wednesday 2-7 p.m. MEMBERS ONLY (Membership available at the door) Thursday 2-7 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Blue Book Specials! Sunday (Half Price Day) 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.;...

TechLiNK @ Whole Foods

Whole Foods is having a Community Giving Day to benefit the Arlington Public Library Foundation on Wednesday, August 31.

Five percent of the days sales will support the new Downtown Library . Stop by and see the TechLiNK outside, then pop in the store to visit some of our Foundation members before you shop!

Shop and eat for a good cause.

We hope to see you there!

College Success Skills (LearningExpress)

Build skills for success—in college and beyond

Career Center Plus (LearningExpress)

Prepare for a career exam, explore occupations, and improve your workplace skills here.

Legal Information Reference Center

Offers everyday users the necessary tools and detailed how-to instructions covering a wide-range of legal issues.

NEA Big Read: The Things They Carried

Arlington Public Library book clubs will come together for an evening discussion of Tim O'Brien's classic novel of the Vietnam War, The Things They Carried . The event is part of NEA Big Read, in partnership with Tarrant County College, TCU’s Brite Divinity School, area libraries, community groups, and veteran’s organizations and is made possible by a grant from National Endowment for the Arts.

All events throughout the North Texas area are free and open to the public. For a schedule of events, see NEA...

Recreating Home: When Seniors Consider a Move

In this one hour seminar, learn what important factors seniors should consider when deciding on a move. Discover different housing options and learn more about the process of recreating home.

Presented by local realtor Pamela Evangelista.

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Hour of Code - Coding Extravaganza

Arlington Public Library celebrates The Hour of Code, a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Join us at our Coding Extravaganza where we will showcase library and community partners coding programs.

Shackelford Junior High Makerspace Corey Elementary Coding Group Code.org Affiliate Workshop Girls Code Blue Girls Inc. Operation SMART GO! Center Colleges and Coding

The Coding Extravaganza will feature come and go coding activities and information. Learn and explore how coding works, how it's used, who's using it, what you can do with it, and how...

Medicare Alphabet

The alphabet of Medicare insurance supplement plans can be confusing. Deciding whether to purchase Part B, C, D or others may have a significant financial impact on your budget after the age of 65. Attorney Kathy Roux specializes in elder law and can provide information to help inform these important decisions that can have long term consequences for both health and finances. Mark your calendar and bring your Medicare questions. Reservations not required.

This is a free educational program sponsored by the library. There will be no solicitations or endorsements for insurance...

Southern Stitches: Family Crafting Club

Do you want to learn how to sew or have a sewing project you want to finish? Want to meet like minded people? Come join the sewing fun!

Limited supplies available for use :

Donated scrap fabric will be available to use for practicing or creating small projects. Needles, pin needles, scissors and thread. Sewing machines will be available for use. If you have your own feel free to bring it.

To ensure that you have a successful time at sewing club, please bring your own supplies

ALL ages, experience levels, are welcomed!

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