We are very honored to have Jon Skovron back on
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An Awesome Person, and a Kindred Spirit Lisa has been
Your eReader + Library eBooks = Easy as 1, 2,
Raise a Reader! Download and Print the Winter 2014 Schedule Monday,
Giving Thanks As you may have heard, for the second
Looking for Fun Things to do at Home with Your
No Storytimes: Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013 – Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014
Arlington Columnist Finds Much to Like in History Collection From
Arlington Public Library offers several ways to step into the
Wondering which eReader to purchase? Attend this show-n-tell session to take a look at some popular devices, learn about the Library's collection of free eBooks [...]
Get a jump-start on your New Year's resolutions. This workshop for teens and adults will start with some guided exercises to help set goals for [...]
A weekly lab to make hunting for jobs easier. Participants receive: Three-hour uninterrupted computer reservations Free job-related printing Extra staff /volunteers ready to help with [...]
Looking for a “novel” way to connect with other singles in the area? Book Dating at Shirlington is back for all ages. Bring a couple [...]
An Author Talk on Local History Charles S. Clark’s discusses the presence of the American Nazi Party in Arlington from 1958-1983, including their publicity-seeking, their [...]
A new group practice for those learning French. Sessions are held the first and third Monday of each month.
Join Our Informal Group of Local Poetry Writers Members write and read original poetry, and exchange constructive criticism.
A different kind of book experience, where library staff share stories out loud. Third Wednesday of each month. Upcoming titles: Dec. 18: It is rare to [...]
'Tis the Season for a Party Kids, teens and families are invited to join us at Central Library for our third annual Winter Open House! [...]
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Our annual Community Read takes place each spring.
Art and crafts from local artists.
Meet your favorite author, or discover someone new.
Connect with other Arlington readers.
Shop the Friends Book Sale and help support Library programming.
Help with planning your career, making career changes, and managing your money.
Everything from your favorite classics to the latest independents.
Everything from basic gardening to expert urban agriculture research.
Practice a new language in a casual setting.
Fun literacy and learning programs, for infants through elementary schoolers.
Learn more about our home town.
Share and critique with fellow poets; led by a Library staff member / writer.
Resources to help build and grow your small business.
Learn to use a keyboard and mouse, get the most out of Excel spreadsheets, develop your social media presence, and much more.
Meet the people who make great theater in Northern Virginia and DC