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High School Equivalency Test Prep Classes

Are you hoping to get a better job or go to college? Arlington Reads can help you achieve you dreams with our high school equivalency test prep classes.

Our classes are small group and cover five subjects that appear on HSE tests (like the GED or the Hi-Set):

Math Social Studies Science Writing Reading

Students will take a test to determine which subjects they may be fuzzy on and need to study. Classes are offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer, and there are morning and evening classes available. Contact Arlington Reads at 817-460-2727 for any questions.

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English as a Second Language Classes

Do you want to learn or improve your English? Arlington Reads can help!

Our small group classes are offered at all levels, whether you are just starting to learn the language or wanting to perfect your knowledge. These classes are offered on a semester basis, in the spring and fall. Contact Arlington Reads at 817.460.2727 for information about the next registration or other options to learn English.

¿Quire aprender or mejorar su inglés? ¡Arlington Reads le puede ayudar!

Nuestras clases se ofrecen a los estudiantes de inglés de cualquier nivel, si están empezando...

Once Upon a Hip Hop

Stories can be read on the page, but did you know they can be told through dance? Come to the East Branch Library patio and enjoy a spectacular performance by Studio 74.

A program for all ages, this event is part of Spring Break Story Bonanza.

Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is modern-day slavery; the buying and selling of humans. Prevention happens through educating adults and youth about the plight of sex trafficking in America and equipping them with practical ways to keep themselves safe. Learn more about what you can do to combat this serious crime against humanity from Traffick911.

The two most common forms of human trafficking are sexual slavery/commercial sex trade and forced labor. We only thought slavery ended with the Emancipation Proclamation. It’s alive and well today with more slaves than at any point in history -...

A Taste of India

Brought to you by the Friends of the Mansfield Public Library:

Join Chef Adair Smith of Savvy’s Bistro & Mansfield ISD as he takes us on a culinary tour of India. Participants will learn to prepare four Indian dishes in this hands-on cooking class. The cost of this program is $40. Space is limited. Register for this unique event here . This program is located at Ben Barber Innovation Academy. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

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.

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