Trivia Night

Join us for a fun night filled with friendly competition. Bring a team of yours of join one of ours. Prizes will be given to the winning team. Registration is required, please visit or call the library at 817-728-3690 to register. Registration opens two weeks prior to the program.

Donuts with Dad

Kids...celebrate father's day with the favorite guy in your life. We'll have games to play and crafts to make. Donuts, juice, and coffee provided. Registration is required, registration will open two weeks prior to the program. Please visit or call the library at 817-728-3690 in order to register.

Family Movie Matinee

Bring the whole family for a movie and popcorn.

June 9: Monster Trucks (PG)

June 16: Moana (PG)

June 23: The BFG (PG)

June 30: Nine Lives (PG)

June 14: Sing (PG)

June 21: Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (PG)

Conflict Resolution

Ultimately we will all have to work with people we may not see eye to eye with, Having the skills and techniques to navigate disagreements, problem solve and find resolutions are key to working in a modern world. .

Learn how to skillfully negotiate the art of conflict resolution in this one hour class!

What is a Microaggression?

Microaggressions: everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs, or insults, whether intentional or unintentional, which communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to target persons based solely upon their marginalized group membership. - Derald Wing Sue, Ph.D.

Being aware that certain phrases or everyday exchanges can sometimes be read wrong is key to communicating with a diverse world. Learn what to be aware of, how to correct others and learn more about the diverse people who make up our community.


Business Etiquette

Learn the fine art of business etiquette. Balancing workplace relationships and understanding professional boundaries are key to having successful business etiquette. Learn what managers and potential customers expect professionally from you!

Muffins with Mom

Muffins with Mom is a special event for celebrating mom! Join us for fun crafts, food, and refreshments Saturday May 13th. Mom, mother figures, and children only please (dad has his own special day). Space is limited, please call or stop by Mansfield Public Library to sign up.

Speaker Series: Cleburne Baseball

Scott Cain, the author of the newly published book Cleburne Baseball will be joining Mansfield Public Library in speaking about his new book. Come learn about the history of baseball in Cleburne, TX and what it took to create this book. This event will be held at the Farr Best Theater. Registration is required.

Early Libraries in Texas: Architectural and Historical Perspectives

Celebrate and learn more about the rich history of early twentieth century Texas libraries. Retired librarian and history enthusiast Laureen Jacobs will present a retrospective of Carnegie-sponsored and locally-funded library buildings across the state of Texas. Step back in time to learn about the buildings themselves and the communities that supported and championed Texas public libraries in the 1900s.

Fun Fact: For over 30 years, businessman Andrew Carnegie funded the establishment of thousands of libraries across the United States of America in the early twentieth century,...

Community Conversations: Help Us Improve Library Services to People with Disabilities and Differences

Join the library for a community conversation on how to improve services to people with disabilities and differences.

Share your story with library staff on how the library can best serve the disability community in Arlington. If you are unable to attend one of these meetings, please contact Lisa at the above email address to share your input.



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