Teen

Wizard Wand Shoppe

Create your own fantastical wand to cast spells and charms of your own! All supplies and magical expertise will be provided for this workshop. For ages 12 -18.

Movie Matinee: Wonder Woman

Join us for a movie matinee at Mansfield Public Library. No registration required and program is free. Popcorn will be provided.

Construction Paper Geodes

Join us at Northeast Branch Arlington Public Library as we make geodes out of colorful construction paper. It's the perfect gift for yourself or a loved one!

Get Medieval

Troy Depue, creator of Medieval Facts website and author of Diary of Mordred , will share his knowledge on Medieval history. Learn about the different kinds of armor and weapon types, such as swords, axes and flails. Hear stories about the real Dracula, Vlad Dracul lll, and how he is still the hero of Transylvania, Learn the real stories about William Wallace and Joan of Arc. And let us not forget the importance of the Medieval...

13 Reasons Why You Matter: A Teen Mental Health Forum

This program, exclusively for teens in 9th - 12th grades, provides a safe space for youth to have an open conversation about problems that affect them everyday. This forum, moderated by mental health professionals, hopes to empower young adults to confront issues such as bullying, social media, and peer pressure.

Following the discussion, students are invited to participate in a self-reflective art and writing activity.

2017 Arlington Holiday Lights Parade

The 2017 Arlington Holiday Lights Parade will brighten Downtown Saturday, December 9!

Bring your friends and family to the Downtown/University District to enjoy the Annual Holiday Lights Parade. Thousands of people will gather for the pageantry which ends with the lighting of the Christmas tree on the steps of City Hall.

Don’t forget to bring your camera and your Arlington Public Library t-shirt and take a picture with Santa after the parade at the Levitt Pavilion in Founders Plaza at 100 W. Abram St.

Parade will continue as planned rain, snow, or shine …but not ice!

Minute to Win it Family Game Night

You think you like family game night now? You haven’t seen anything yet. Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to complete the task before you in less than 60 seconds. Perhaps it’s stacking pennies, maybe it’s getting an Oreo from your forehead to your mouth. It’s hard to say. Come to Southeast and take the challenge—if you think you’re up for it. The stakes are high, but the bragging rights are sweet. Don’t forget your family!

Graduation Cap Decorating

Upcoming high school graduates, join us at the Northeast Branch Arlington Public Library's Community Room to decorate your graduation cap. We'll be providing paint and other materials!

Random Act of Kindness Week

In 2017, Mayor Jeff Williams announced Arlington would be participating in a Kindness Initiative. This program is intended to support that initiative with a library twist! Every day during the second week of April, we will be meeting at 4:30 p.m. at different library locations throughout Arlington to spread kindness, good cheer and the library's giving spirit! On Friday, April 13 at 6 p.m. we will be showing the critically acclaimed movie, Wonder , based on the best-selling children's book.

Throughout the course of this week please donate small toiletry items at...

Savor the Holidays

Join the Friends and Foundation of the Arlington Public Library and Savor Coffee Bar and Eatery for a fundraising event! Enjoy free activities for the whole family before starting your holiday shopping. We'll have trivia, crafts, our Imagination Playground and more.

Try limited-edition menu items, like the house-made Pumpkin Spice Late and freshly baked Cinnamon Pecan Coffee Cake.

Donate to be entered into a drawing for a movie night gift basket. Wear your ugly holiday sweater for an extra entry!

If you can't make it to Savor in the morning, use the code...

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