Author and Playwright Iris Rainer Dart Interviewed by Signature Theatre Education Director David Zobell, at the Shirlington Branch Library on Feb. 3, 2014. The world premiere of “Beaches” is on stage at Signature from February 19 – March 30, 2014. Learn more about Theater Events at the Library.
Years from now, new generations will be grateful for today’s Center for Local History at Arlington Public Library Arlington Television captures the long-term value of an official County archive as it helps preserve the story of Joan Mulholland, the fearless civil rights activist who fought segregation from Lee Highway to the Deep South before raising […]
A wonderful video by the American Library Association featuring Arlington Public Library’s approach to encouraging early literacy From Jan. 24, 2014. The Library thanks the Leitmann-Santa Cruz/Morales family for its continued support and friendship.
Thank You To Everyone Who Helped video by Free4All Film At the end of Summer Reading 2013, the Friends of the Arlington Public Library donated over $3000 to the Queens Library Foundation to help replace materials destroyed by Huricane Sandy - $1 for each kid who completed Summer Reading. Our deepest thanks go to the Friends, and to all the […]
Arlington Television Tells the Story of Paws-to-Read Learn how some furry friends started getting together with young readers on a regular basis and became the best listeners in Arlington. Paws-to-Read takes a break in August but new sessions will begin after Labor Day.
Book Bubble: Clara Guevara and Glugar Sugar With Special Guests Dr. Otilia Neacsu, Lori Callahan and Nico Piro. You can read more stories about Clara’s life with type 1 diabetes on EscribeMarielaWrites.com. Learn More About Type 1 Diabetes and Kids: KidsHeath.org: What is Type 1 diabetes? American Diabetes Association: Living with Diabetes, For Parents and […]
Book Bubble: Pyusawhti and the Four Great Beasts With Special Guest Magdalena Serpa If you enjoyed the story of Pyusawhti, check out these origin stories from around the world: The Creation by James Weldon Johnson A poetic retelling of the Judeo-Christian creation story that also recognizes the modern African American oral storytelling tradition. […]