Fargo Library Presents “Alice In Wonderland” Themed Event Sunday, May 22

Are you a fan of Lewis Carroll’s classic “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and movies about it? Residents of all ages are invited to the Fargo Public Library’s themed “Adventures in Wonderland” event set for Sunday, May 22, starting at 2 p.m. at the downtown Main Library. Go through the looking glass, join Alice and her friends…
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Fargo Library Hosts Fraud Seminar For Seniors Thursday, May 19

Have you ever been pressured to provide personal information to someone you don’t know over the phone or through email? Have you or a loved one ever received a phone call or letter letting you know you’ve suddenly won a large amount of money? Senior financial abuse is often under-reported and misunderstood. This week, residents…
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Fargo Library Hosts Webinar About Scholarships And Fellowships

Planning on attending graduate school and looking for ways to pay the cost? Librarian Greg Gilstrap will present a free webinar titled How to Find and Win Scholarships and Fellowships set for Saturday, May 14, starting at 2 p.m. at the Main Library. Geared for individuals who are seeking funding for post-graduate studies, this webinar…
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Library Presents Gardening Series Starting May 3

Spring is here. Are you ready to start digging in your garden? Get your green thumb ready for spring and summer with a series of informational and hands-on gardening sessions at the library. Beginning Tuesday, May 3, the Fargo Public Library kicks off the four-part gardening series designed to introduce participants to different types of…
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Fargo Library Hosts World Book Day Event Saturday, April 23

Celebrate 400 years of Cervantes and Shakespeare as part of World Book Day 2016 at the Fargo Public Library. The library is pleased to welcome Dr. Roland Greene of Stanford University to the downtown Main Library to present his talk titled “400 Years Ago Today: What Ended? What Began?” This event is set for Saturday,…
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