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Scribblers Print Society

Scribblers Print Society is back this spring with a fresh set of writing challenges! The Arlington Public Library is inspiring daring young writers, ages 8-12, to look at the world around them and take up the challenge of writing fiction, comics, mysteries, and more, all developed from locations of interest around the city. Scribblers will meet at a different location every Wednesday from 4:30-5:30 p.m., February 8-April 5.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at Biz Talk Radio with Mark Joeckel ...

YA Local Author Speaker

Join local young adult author Alison Perry on Thursday, May 4 at 5:30 pm for a Q&A about her book, the writing process and what teens want in literature. Door prizes will be given.

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.

LEGO Stories

Celebrate Children's Book Week by using Lego blocks to build a scene from one of your favorite books! This program suggested for ages 5-10.

Meet Author Katy Beebe

Come have fun with local author, Katy Beebe! Discover elements of medieval history, explore the art of storytelling, and find out what inspired Beebe to write her first children's book, Brother Hugo and the Bear .

Girls Build!

Girls, have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an engineer? Come explore a world of possibilities at this storytime, including a special guest that will tell the story of how she became an areospace engineer! Afterward, see your own ideas come to life with Roominate kits, construction sets geared toward girls interested in "STEM" (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics)! This program is suggested for ages 5-10.

TechLiNK @ Atherton ELementary for Career Day

No library card required. The event is for students of Corey Elementary.

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...

Mansfield Reads Family Game Night

Bring the kids and spend a fun night learning how to play the ancient Indian game of Pallanguli! Families will make their own game boards, then be guided by library staff in how to play the game, similar to mancala. All materials will be provided. Registration is required. Please register once per family.

Oleander Planting

Paint a beautiful pot and plant an oleander in it. The Mansfield Parks and Recreation Department will be on hand to provide plant care information. This free program will be held just outside the library. Registration is required. Please register once per family.

GEAR Robotics Competition

Do robots make you excited? GEAR stands for Get Excited about Robotics! This is a tournament style competition played by teams of students from 8 years old to 8th grade.

Be one of the first ones to find your seat and watch this fast paced action while you cheer on your favorite team.

Learn more about the GEAR competition by attending our GEAR Robotics Tournament Kick-Off .

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