PTSD Titles @ Your Fargo Public Library

One can’t help but smile when watching the joy shared by families as they reunite after separation due to military service.  Soon, family life has returned to “normal,” yet memories and experiences linger, and some may be traumatic in nature.  The Fargo Public Library offers a variety of titles relating to Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD),…
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Movies At The Main Series Thursday Evening

The summer movie series is heading to Paris!  The Fargo Public Library will present the Oscar winning film An American in Paris.  This classic film stars Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron and features the music of George Gershwin.  The story focuses on the struggling painter Jerry Mulligan, played by Gene Kelly, who dances his way through the city of…
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Kids And Teens Wanted For Library Talent Show

Do you juggle, do magic tricks, play an instrument, dance, sing, or do gymnastics? Perhaps you have another talent you would like to show off to the community? Area kids and teens with a competitive spirit can show off their talents and at the Fargo Public Library’s “Hit the Big Time Talent Show”; and now…
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Native American Artist & Storyteller To Visit Fargo Public Library July 8

Nationally renowned artist, educator and storyteller Monte Yellow Bird Sr. will engage people of all ages when he visits the Dr. James Carlson Library starting at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 8. Known in the art world as Black Pinto Horse, his presentation will focus on the art, beauty, culture and traditions of the Indigenous…
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Local Children’s Theatre Troupe To Visit Library July 5 And 7

A local children’s theatre group, the Gooseberry Park Players, will visit all three Fargo Public Library locations next week as part of the library’s summer reading program for kids. All ages will enjoy select scenes and songs from their upcoming production of “Cinderella, the World’s Favorite Fairy Tale”. The Gooseberry Park Players’ appearance schedule is…
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