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Tarrant County Judge B. Glen Whitley issued a new executive order.

We are excited to announce that the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library will reopen to the public on Thursday, Oct. 1 at a 25 percent capacity.

Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 30 the East Arlington Branch located at 1624 New York Avenue will close to the public in preparation for our move into the new facility.

This year the Arlington Public Library will commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month with a series of virtual programs

The Arlington Public Library is launching the new podcast Shelf Check.The podcast combines fun discussions and storytelling to spotlight interesting authors, literary topics, and community questions.

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Mon, September 28thAPL Votes: Voter Resources

REGISTERING TO VOTE

Where can I pick up a registration card?

Postage-paid voter registration applications (for new registrations or updates) are available at the Tarrant County Elections Center, all Tarrant County subcourthouses, U.S. post...

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Fri, September 25thWelcome Back to the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library

We are excited to announce that the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library will reopen to the public on Thursday, Oct. 1 at a 25 percent capacity. The Library will be open Monday through Saturday during the following hours:

  • 9 a.m. – 11:00...
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Thu, September 24thSign Language Booklist for Children

In honor of International Sign Language Day on September 23rd, we have incorporated signing into each of our Virtual Disability Playgroup sessions in September.

There are many sign languages across the world, even containing different dialects...

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Thu, September 24thCelebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with the Arlington Public Library

We invite you to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with the Arlington Public Library. This holiday is observed in many countries in Asia. It occurs on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar year, which follows the cycles of the moon. As a...

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Mon, September 21stEast Arlington Branch Library Closing on Sept. 30, 2020

We are moving! Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 30 the East Arlington Branch located at 1624 New York Avenue will close to the public in preparation for our move into the new facility. This new dual-facility is a collaborative project between the...

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