Join us for a cultural celebration of Brazil's Independence Day! There will be an exhibition of traditional Brazilian dance, and a display of artifacts from the country. Families of all ages are welcome!
WordPlay for Teens is a creative writing class designed to encourage teen authors to push the imaginative, expressive envelope with out-of-the-box activities. Students in grades 7-12 are eligible to participate. Registration is required and begins Tuesday, August 16. This six-week workshop will meet on Wednesdays, beginning September 7 and continuing through October 12, from 4:00 to 5:00 pm in the Walmart Story Time Room.
WordPlay for Youth is a creative writing class that utilizes out-of-the-box activities to encourage young authors to stretch their imaginations and have a blast with words. Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders are eligible to participate. Registration is required and begins Tuesday, August 16. This six-week workshop will meet on Tuesdays, beginning September 6 and continuing through October 11, from 4:00-5:00 pm in the Walmart Story Time Room.
Join us on Tuesday, September 20 at 6 pm to learn how to protect your children from cyber-crimes. The U.S. Attorney's Office will be here to discuss how parents can learn cyber-security to make the Internet a safer place for their family. Learn what your kids might be doing online that can be dangerous, what actions that predators are seeking, and how to best protect your children in the online enviroment.
Questions are encouraged after the presentation.
Fayetteville Public Library will host TheatreSquared for a special artists' forum with Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, Robert Schenkkan, author of All the Way, a political drama fresh from its Broadway debut.
PLAYWRITING MASTER CLASS with award winning playwright, Robert Schenkkan. Open to all members of the writing community. Mr. Schenkkan will share his insights into the craft and art of playwriting. Come prepared to write. Class size will be limited and registration required.
Children will enjoy games, crafts, food, and fun!
Crimes and Clues meets on the second Thursday of the month at 9:30 am.
All are welcome to attend the Fayetteville Public Library's book clubs.
Is your child a storyteller with a vivid imagination? Then join us for a special author talk by Michael Shoulders!
Michael Shoulders has spent much of his life as a traveler, writer, and student. He spent 14 years as a children's teacher before moving on to become an instructional supervisor. Before retiring, Mr. Shoulders received his doctoral degree in children's education. He has written fifteen picture books, many of which are available for checkout at the library. Some of his titles include "Say Daddy" and "N is for Natural State."