Daytime Drama Club

Take the stage!

Perform and learn with other drama lovers. Daytime Drama Club will feature theater games, improvisation and other fun activities! Theater is a great way to learn and practice public speaking skills, cooperation and creative expression.

For Ages 9-17

Girls Inc. of Tarrant County

Girls Incorporated of Tarrant County offers nationally researched programs that encourage girls to confront and master their physical, intellectual, and emotional challenges. At Girls Inc., we strongly believe it is not only our mission, but the community’s as well, to inspire the girls of Tarrant County to be “strong, smart and bold!”

Girls Incorporated of Tarrant County is proud to be a United Way partner agency dedicated to helping every girl develop the tools she needs to lead a successful, independent life.


Homeschool Robotics: Beginners

Registration will open two weeks before the first class.

Learn how to build and program robots using Lego Mindstorm EV3's. This is a great beginner course that encourages teamwork, creativity, engineering, and critical thinking skills. This is a semester long program intended for homeschooled students ages 10 to 18.

Teen Zone Book Club

Get together with friends, meet new people, and explore titles that will spark great conversations with the Teen Zone Book Club! Every Thursday, talk about you're reading, hear what others recommend, and check out that amazing book you've been meaning to read! Kindles are available for check-out with pre-loaded books the group will be reading and discussing. Fun writing exercises will also be included during the club to get teens to bring some creativity and out-of-the-box thinking to the group.

Teen Lit Poetry Slam

Join other teens for a 12-week program where participants will read work of classical poets such as Maya Angelou and Edgar Allen Poe, to modern songwriters like Iggy Azalea and Tupac Shakur. Once a week workshops will build on one another so it is encouraged that participants attend as many Wednesdays as possible.

Mike Guinn, Poetry Slam Master and creator of the DFW Brave New Voices Youth Slams, will lead sessions and the final meeting will showcase the participants' own original work in front of an audience.

The goal of this program is to empower teens through poetry...

GO Center

The GO Center is an outreach program created by inspirED to ensure students have access to higher education. At a GO Center, trained staff are available to assist with questions related to higher education, including college admission, sign-ups for SAT/ACT tests, finding applicable scholarships, assisting with financial aid (FASFA), financial literacy, and career exploration.

Junior High School - This semester, Go Center and Library staff partner at Teen Zone to encourage and empower teens to explore college and career goals while building relationships, character development,...

Open Computing with the TechLiNK

The TechLiNK vehicle will be at multiple locations throughout the City of Arlington to provide open computing sessions. No library card required!

Request the TechLiNK vehicle for your Arlington community or event! The Arlington Public Library gives priority to locations that target underserved populations and the proposed event should align with and support the mission and objectives of the Arlington Public Library. Library-sponsored instructors will be available to assist bus operations & teach classes. Event requests must be submitted at least six weeks prior to the event...

September Japan Day

This program is for teens in grades 7-12 only!

Don your favorite cosplay, grab some friends and come geek-out with other anime-obsessed teens with our Japan Otaku Day! This month, “bring a manga, get a manga” with our manga book swap! Trade a manga book with someone else in attendance during Japan Otaku Day and discover a brand new title!

Also, come for an ultimate Otaku smack down! Which anime series has the worst fandom? Is Attack on Titan overrated? What are the top villains in the DBZ universe? Which American TV show would make an awesome anime? Finally what are some...

Haunted Hotspots of DFW

Seek out the spooky, creepy and paranormal this Halloween with Tui Snider’s one-of-a-kind program. Snider is a freelance writer, travel blogger, and photographer specializing in strange-but-true history, cemetery symbolism, haunted places, offbeat sites and quirky travel destinations.


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