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Watauga Public Library
Do you have the school blues and are looking to have fun with your school work?
Join us for some self play educational games on Thursday evenings!
Every second Thursday you can stop in for Homework Assistance from teen volunteers! Ages K-6th
Join our book club for adults in September. We will discuss the novel The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
Call 817-514-5865 with questions.
Do you have a love for card games and deck building? Join us at the library to meet for card games & deck building. Meets in the Juvenile Fiction section of the library. Bring your own deck if possible. Some card games and decks can be borrowed from the Youth department. Ages 7-17
Are you interested in chess? Well join our teen volunteers every Friday in a game of chess or bring a friend to play with! All Ages are welcome
Kick off Storytime for the fall season with Brett Roberts with an amazing Bubble Show! This is an outdoor event on the grass between City Hall and the Library. Feel free to bring a blanket to sit on. There will be no 11:00am Storytime on this day.
Crafts-N-Creations is a fun afterschool class for the young crafters and the young creators. The Crafts-N-Creations club meets every first and third Tuesdays of each month from 4:30pm to 5:30pm. The first Tuesdays of the month are for the elementary grades: 1st-5th and the third Tuesdays are for middle school grades: 6th-8th.
Join us for stories, songs, and rhymes outdoors! Bring a blanket to sit on the grass between city hall and the Library and listen to Storytime! Toddlers: 10:00am and Preschool: 11:00am
Join Mr. Novy as he leads you in a class using tissue paper, glue, brushes, paint, and other materials to create a collage mosaic.
RSVP required at 817-514-5865 to save your spot.
NAMI In Our Own Voice presentations change attitudes, assumptions and ideas about people with mental health conditions.
At the presentation you’ll get a personal perspective of mental health conditions, as leaders with lived experience talk openly about what it's like to have a mental health condition.
Everyone Welcome. Free! Call 817-514-5865 for more info.
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 and Beginner Walkers
Join the Watauga Public Library for meditation on select Saturdays with facilitator Rufus Moses. Relax for a one-hour chair meditation. Adults are welcome to join us in the meeting room.
Join us in this Bilingual Storytime of Spanish and English stories, music, crafts, and more! This monthly event is designed for toddlers, preschoolers and their whole family!
Watauga Public Library
Bring a starter pack of Pokémon cards and join Pokémon enthusiasts at the Library. All skill levels are welcomed. Pokémon meets every Monday. Volunteers are available to help beginners. Ages: 7-17
Bring a project or get advice about a new project with this supportive group.
Join us for stories, music, crafts, and more! This weekly event is designed for toddler and preschoolers and their families. Toddlers Storytime is at 10:00am and Preschool Storytime is at 11:00am
Sensory Storytime is a 30-minute program with limited participation (10 children + their families). Participation is limited in order to create a calmer, quieter,
more relaxed environment than a traditional Storytime. Sign-up is required.
Disclaimer – The facilitators are average, ordinary librarians & assistants, we do not have degrees in early childhood development, autism spectrum issues, or any doctoral degree. We are frontline staff when it comes to directly dealing with children who have developmental issues.
Often we feel the best we can do is be welcoming and friendly at regular Storytime. Sensory Storytime gives us the option to tell parents that their child has been thoughtfully considered and will be celebrated. Sensory Storytime is a journey for both the librarian and the child. Each Storytime will be unique because each month the children’s behaviors will be unique.
Join us as we celebrate the winners of our Summer Wake Up the Walls Art Show.
Starting on September 1st pick up a free 1980s teen novel from the reference desk. Each book will be wrapped in paper, so your book is a surprise. Read your book, and we will meet to talk about our picks on the 15th @6:30pm.
Teens can enjoy a fun activity, watch anime, and enjoy snacks with their friends! Ages 12-17
Join the Mayor of Watauga at the Watauga Public Library for an entertaining meeting for all ages. We will discuss The Great Pet Heist by Emily Ecton and share refreshments.
Everyone welcome! Please RSVP at 817-514-5865 if you plan to attend.
Back by popular demand with all new chocolates.
Join us at the library as we taste chocolates from various countries and companies. You will learn how to fully appreciate chocolate through observing sight, sound, touch, smell, & taste. What a delicious evening!
RSVP required at 817-514-5865.
Ages 18 & up.
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
Do you want to discuss your bias or listen to your favorite K-Pop group you are stanning? Join our K-Pop club! Ages: 12-17
Join us for a perennial plant and seed exchange.
Bring each variety in a labeled baggie or container.
Exchange tips and tricks with other plant lovers.
All kinds of plants welcome!
Call 817-514-5865 for more information.
Join Youth Services in our annual event, Family Fiesta! Take a afternoon to watch a traditional Ballet Folklorico from local schools such as, Ballet Folklorico of DFW of Watauga and Ballet Folklorico Azteca de Fort Worth, Inc. of Fort Worth. Take the last hour and listen to a trio Mariachi Band! There will be the local food truck Tacos La Pasadita of Watauga, a bounce house, crafts, and much more! Please note the food truck is not free.
This is a book club for people who love books. We’ll chat about the latest book you’ve read, a book you love, or you can just come to listen and get recommendations for great books. Let’s talk about books!
Tweens & Teens can explore the fun and creepy world of Strange Things with Youth Services. Ages: 10-17
Do you have baby or toddler items you can't use anymore? Stop by WPL to mingle with others and swap items! Please clean all items prior to brining them to the swap. We'll also have sign-up for our Family Place workshops available. Contact the Youth Department for more information and sign-up.