Residents Encouraged To Take Part In The Fargo Public Library’s Planning Survey

The Fargo Public Library is seeking your opinions to plan for the future. Starting today, September 18, the library is launching an eight-week survey campaign, “Your Voice, Your Future @ Your Fargo Public Library,” to gather input on what Fargo residents, both library users and non-users, want in regards to future library services and resources.…
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Fargo Public Library Hosts Cultural Event About China Sunday, Sept. 17

The Fargo Public Library, in partnership with the Cultural Diversity Resources Center organization, will host a special presentation about the rich history and culture of China by MSUM Professor Guan Zhimin and Chinese language teacher Qian Wei Wei. China is one of the four ancient civilizations and the two presenters will provide some highlights about China’s…
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Fargo Public Library’s Weekly Storytime Sessions Start Sept. 11

Children who love stories can enjoy them weekly when the Fargo Public Library’s fall storytime series for toddlers, preschoolers and families begins Monday, Sept. 11. Registration for this free 14-week program is open and spots are still available. Storytimes will be offered at all three library locations; children attend one session per week. Toddler Storytime,…
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Fargo Public Library’s ‘Kindergarten Success’ Storytime Series Starts Aug. 19

The Fargo Public Library is offering “Kindergarten Success,” a free, five-part storytime series designed to help parents, caregivers and their youngsters get ready for school. The first session is Saturday, Aug. 19, starting at 10 a.m. at the downtown Main Library. In these sessions, families will enjoy stories and activities designed to encourage the development…
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Fargo Public Library To Host Solar Eclipse Events Aug. 14 And 21

The Fargo Public Library will host two eclipse-related events for area youngsters. Children and their families are invited to attend a science presentation about the upcoming celestial occurrence Monday, Aug. 14, at 2 p.m. at the downtown Main Library. Juan Cabanela, professor of physics and astronomy at Minnesota State University Moorhead, will explain the causes…
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