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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Fargo Public Library To Hold Voter Information Sessions

2016 is an election year and the North Dakota primary election is set for mid-June. In partnership with The League of Women Voters of the Red River Valley, the Fargo Public Library will present two voter information sessions to answer residents’ voter-related questions. Each session will cover topics such as who can vote, where to…
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Fargo Public Library Celebrates Earth Day With Events For Kids

Let’s all ‘go green’ and celebrate Earth Day. To mark this occasion, the Fargo Public Library will host a couple of themed programs for kids this week. Presented by some Earth Day experts from NDSU, two sessions are planned. The first is set for Thursday, April 21, at 4 p.m. at the Dr. James Carlson…
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Fargo Public Library Hosts Digital Photography Classes Starting Monday, April 18

Do you want to take better photos, but aren’t sure how to do it? Do you know what all the buttons and knobs on your DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera are for? Starting next week, the Fargo Public Library welcomes Bob Splichal, a self-taught advanced photographer, to the library to teach a couple of sessions…
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