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Days are getting sunnier, school is almost over, and we are getting ready for another fun season of our Summer Reading Challenge! ‘Discover Your Story’ with weekly events, challenges, and prize drawings for all ages.

Not sure what you should check out next? Give us a little info about what you like and our librarians will place a recommendation on hold for you. 

Need a new summer book? Get book recommendations for all ages from our librarians! These are great for completing our Summer Reading Challenge.

Makerspace in-person classes are back for both adults and teens!

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Latest News

Fri, July 16thJob and Training Fair Hosted by the Arlington Public Library

The Arlington Public Library is hosting a Job and Training Fair on Saturday, August 7, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the East Library and Recreation Center located at 1817 New York Ave., Arlington, TX 76010. Residents are invited to explore trai...

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Thu, July 8thEnjoy Art, Bingo and Trivia this Summer at the Arlington Public Library

Adults can enjoy bingo, art, trivia and so much more this summer at the Arlington Public Library. The library is holding a variety of free events as part of its Summer Reading Challenge. These events will take place at a library location or in p...

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Wed, July 7thDiversity in Book Publishing: A Conversation Hosted by the Arlington Public Library

The world of publishing is a dynamic field, filled with stories of magical, brave, and unique characters and stories. In recent years, the question has arisen: how diverse is publishing and its stories? The Arlington Public Library is excited to h...

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Mon, June 28thArlington Public Library Participating in 2021 Texas Rangers Summer Reading Club

The Texas Rangers Summer Reading Program is officially underway in over 20 participating libraries across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. 2021 marks the 19th year of the Rangers Summer Reading Program. Rangers Hall of Fame broadcaster Eric Nadel ...

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Wed, June 16thArlington Public Library Launches Arlington Black History Community Archive in honor of Juneteenth

Many recognize June 19, 1865, as the date that ended slavery. Texas, at the time, was the furthest west of the Confederate States. Union Major General Gordon Granger read General Order Number 3 in Galveston ending slavery. By December 2, 1865, eig...

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