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Watauga Public Library
Use Creativity and fun to solve monthly challenges. Blocks are provided by WPL
Mother Goose Storytime uses a variety of nursery rhymes, songs and instruments to foster your baby's development while providing an opportunity to discuss with other parents about common concerns. Ages: Pre-Walkers - Beginner Walkers
For ages 18 and up. Learn how to relax through meditation.
Grades K-2nd can enjoy a fun book club just for them. This book club is not your traditional book club. Readers get to choose there book at the meeting! We will focus on building confidence in reading allowed, learning about parts of a book, and completing a fun activity afterwards. RSVP is required. Call 817-514-5866 to register.
Bring a starter pack of Pokémon cards and join Pokémon enthusiasts at the Library. Pokémon meets every Monday. Volunteers are available to help beginners.
Join us for stories, music, crafts, and more! This weekly event is designed for toddlers and preschoolers and their families. Toddlers Storytime is at 10:00am with play time afterwards and Preschool Storytime at 11:00am with crafts afterwards.
RSVP required to save your spot via Facebook Messenger or phone.
Explore your creativity.
All supplies provided. Free.
Ages 18 and up.
Learn how to navigate Medicare from a Benefits Educator.
Tweens can join this book club with lots of mythology and humor. Each month we'll discuss the book and participate in a activity based off the book. Ages: 9-12
Learn about all the amazing nature that can be found in north Texas. Author and reporter Amy Martin’s new book is a fascinating glimpse at local nature complete with gorgeous photos and tips for exploring on your own or with your family.
Free! Refreshments provided. Everyone welcome.
Friday, February 9
Friday, February 16
Friday, February 23
Each class is from 10:30AM-noon
at the Watauga Public Library.
Call 817-514-5865 to save your spot.
Watauga Public Library
Families can spend afternoon making Valentine's Day crafts! Crafts are while supplies last.
Food Distribution provided by the Tarrant Area Food Bank.
RSVP at 817-514-5865.
Join art teacher Selma Aziz for an afternoon of creating a still life using oil pastels.
The class is at an intermediate level, but adults are welcome to create with us even if they have minimal experience. All supplies are provided free of charge.
For adults ages 18 and up.
Have tea and craft as we celebrate the year of the dragon! While supplies last
Relax and unwind. Color your way to contentment. For ages 18 and up.
Adults can enjoy refreshments and relaxing coloring. All supplies provided. Free.
Kids ages 5-17 can join us every second Wednesday of the month for an exploration of crafting.
Kids age 5-17 can join us every 2nd Wednesday of the month for an exploration of crafting.
Learn about the relaxing art of Zendoodling from Roanoke Public Library’s Alicia Holston.
Create cool designs and doodles.
All supplies provided
Ages 18 and up. Please RSVP.
Call 817-514-5865 for more information.
Join us for book discussions on weird history, morbid matters, and other strange subjects.
Every month will feature a new nonfiction book.
February's Book: The Wager by David Grann
Ages 18 and up.
Call 817-514-5865 for more information
Teens can join us for an evening of watching anime, activities, and snacks!
Tweens can enjoy of an afternoon hanging out with friends and watching anime. Enjoy an activity while you watch the anime. Ages: 9-12
RSVP required at 817-514-5865.
Join us as we taste a variety chocolates.
You will learn how to fully appreciate chocolate through observing sight, sound, touch, smell, & taste.
Free! Ages 18 & up.
Learn about reading and all the ways you can access books at the library.
Enjoy a fun way to develop Early Literacy skills in young children with music, dancing, singing, stories and exploration of simple musical concepts. Ages 2-5
Free concert brought to you by ArtsNet and the City of Watauga.
This event is intended to our younger patrons who need a sensory-sensitive environment.
This event will be before our open hours, so the environment can be quieter. The size of the playtime will also be limited. This event includes sensory-focused toys and bins.
This event is aimed towards toddlers and preschoolers.
Please RSVP with the Youth Services Desk @ 817-514-5866.
Come and learn what others are reading, and share your book picks.
Tween Homeschoolers can make and design a card to give to some they are thankful for a memory keep sake.