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June 2016 issue

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    Friday Night Library: Fall Carnival and BOOktacular Basement

    Enjoy an evening of free candy, games, face painting, stories and haunted house tours at South Irving Library, Oct. 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. Read on...
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    Halloween Activities at the Library

    Children and teens are invited to dress up and have a spooky-good time with crafts, parties and treats! Read on...
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    Kids' Vote 2016

    Valley Ranch Library hosts mock-election events with storybook characters to teach civics lesson. Read on...
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    Halloween Trivia Time

    Get ready for a special holiday-themed Trivia on the Patio at the West Irving Library Read on...
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    Halloween Treats from Hoopla Digital

    Sink your teeth into new and classic scary movies through the library's streaming video service. Read on...
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    What is InkTober?

    Improve your art skills with daily drawing sessions throughout October at the South Irving Library. Read on...
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    Writers, Start Your Typing!

    Celebrate National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in November at the West Irving Library. Read on...
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    Career Help with Workforce Solutions

    South Irving Library’s career coach helps job seekers stand out from the crowd, Mondays from 2 to 4 p.m. Read on...
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    Teens in grades 9-12 can earn volunteer hours by joining the North Texas Teen Book Festival BFF’s. Read on...
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