Fargo Library Presents Scandinavian Crime Novel Program

Modern day crime novels from Scandinavian writers are very popular with readers as these crime novels provide an opportunity for readers to learn about the real lives of Scandinavian people today. The Fargo Public Library welcomes Jim Kaplan, professor emeritus at Minnesota State University Moorhead, for the presentation “Scandinavian Crime Fiction Today” Sunday, Feb. 26,…
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Fargo Library Presents Tooth-Themed Programs For Kids

Area children and their caregivers can take a closer look at their teeth during National Children’s Dental Health Month with three story and craft sessions at the Fargo Public Library. “Take Care of Your Teeth” events will feature stories and crafts designed to get children excited to care for their teeth. Three sessions are planned;…
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Fargo Public Library Hosts Darwin-Themed Event Feb. 18

What determines whether a species survives? Why are some creatures now extinct? This week, the Fargo Public Library is hosting a Darwin-themed event centered on evolution. Find out when Paleontologist Becky Barnes, from the North Dakota Geological Survey, visits the Main Library for an all-ages presentation on evolution titled “Mutation Is the Name, Survival Is…
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Fargo Public Library Hosts Batman-Themed Superhero Event For Kids Saturday, Feb. 4

Saving the world isn’t easy. It takes more than just a secret identity to be a superhero; it takes training! To help kids tap into their inner superhero and to celebrate the upcoming LEGO® Batman movie, the Fargo Public Library is hosting a storytime and Batman-themed superhero training camp event Saturday, Feb. 4, starting at…
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Fargo Public Library’s ‘Kindergarten Success!’ Storytime Series Starts Jan. 28

Want to help your preschooler develop strong language skills and a lifelong love of reading? The Fargo Public Library is offering the free, five-part storytime series “Kindergarten Success!” designed to help parents, caregivers and their youngsters get ready for school. The first session is Saturday, Jan. 28, starting at 10 a.m. at the downtown Main…
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