Honoring women focused on the theme, “Nevertheless, She Persisted.” Discover how tenacious, determined women made a difference in their communities
Are you a Spanish speaker that needs help learning computer skills? Do you want to learn to speak English? These free classes are a great way to get started.
Each year, AARP volunteers provide free income tax preparation assistance at some Fort Worth Library locations.
This free five week program promotes a love of reading and family quality time while enhancing reading comprehension and early learning skills. Registration Required.
The North Texas Mavs Reading Challenge is a 11-week program designed to improve reading literacy throughout North Texas and encourage the love of reading for kids of all ages.
Check out our Mobile Cat Makerspace Carts! They are an extension of the Panther Lab now available at several branches throughout Fort Worth.
The library invites you to check out our Makerspace at the Northwest Branch!
The Fort Worth Library is growing! Monitor the progress of our newest location - Golden Triangle.
Fort Worth Library provides passport acceptance for U.S. citizens on behalf of the U.S. Department of State.
Classes are held daily and are conducted by Workforce Solutions, Tarrant County Community College and library staff.
- Audiobooks, Music, eBooks & Video
- Online Databases
- Genealogy, Archives & Local History
- Into the Past
- Digital Archives Collection
- Interlibrary Loan
- Get a Library Card
- Rent a meeting room
- Download the Library app
- Toll Tags
- Pay a fine
- Friends of the Library
- Fort Worth Public Library Foundation
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The Fort Worth Library's mission is to welcome and support all people in their enjoyment of reading and recreational materials, and their pursuit of learning and information.