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

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

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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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Fri, September 18thMade in a Mug: Chocolate Cake

Made In A Mug is a series of videos teaching teens how to make mug recipes. Mug recipes are great since they are simple and make just enough for one person. The mug recipe highlighted for September is chocolate cake. This recipe makes an...

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Wed, September 16thLibrary on Topic: Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is a nationwide celebration that runs from September 15 to October 15. Originally a week-long celebration, President Ronald Reagan enacted a law in 1988 to extend the celebration to 30 days. During this time, many Latin...

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Tue, September 15thCelebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Arlington Public Library

National Hispanic Heritage Month is a month-long observance that honors the contributions and culture of Hispanics and Latin Americans. This nationwide celebration runs from September 15 to October 15. Originally a week-long celebration,...

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Fri, September 11thFall Into Savings with Fall Book Sale

The Library’s non-profit support organization, The Friends and the Foundation of the Arlington Public Library will be holding their annual Fall Book Sale Thursday, September 17 through Sunday, September 20 at the George W. Hawkes Downtown...

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