Fargo Public Library - Programs
Tiny Tea Party
Itsy bitsy things are just so cute! You’re invited to enjoy mini refreshments and create a tiny craft at our first-ever tiny tea party! Open to ’tweens, teens, and adults. Pre-registration is required. Register online or call Sarah at 701.241.8295 for details.
Explore some of the many unique teas available. Samples of 4 different teas from around the globe will be provided each month, along with brewing tips and relevant information on the background of that month’s selection. Bring a friend so you can sip tea and socialize. Program is recommended for adults.
|4/27/2019||Saturday, April 27th||10:00 AM||Carlson||Full|
Trivia Night at the Library
Are you brainy about books? An authority on authors? Test your knowledge at our first ever trivia night at the Main Library on Tuesday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. We’ll feed your brain and your belly with library and book related trivia as well as pizza and drinks. Prizes will be awarded. Groups and individuals are welcome and pre-registration is requested. For more information, please contact Amber Emery at 701.1.241.1495.
Make a pendant, earrings or a keychain in whatever colors your heart desires. All supplies provided. Program recommended for adults.
It's a Bioblitz
Explore your backyard wilderness and become a citizen scientist at a Bioblitz! The Fargo Public Library, in partnership with Audubon Dakota, will be hosting a Bioblitz from 1:30-3:30 p.m. What is a Bioblitz? It’s a fun, intensive, short search for biodiversity in a specific location. We’ll begin at the Main Library with a welcome and orientation at 1:30 p.m. and then walk to one of Audubon Dakota’s nearby Urban Woods and Prairies sites to document the different species of birds, plants, insects, mammals and more! All ages and skill levels are welcome. (Children ages 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.) Species will be documented on smart phones and digital cameras. If you have a smart phone, install the iNaturalist app to record and share your findings. We’ll be joined by local naturalists and others who know the area. Following our data collection, participants are invited to join us back at the library for a wrap-up and refreshments. Together, let’s do some science!
Backyard Wilderness Film Event
All ages are invited to attend a free showing of the film Backyard Wilderness in 3-D, at the Century Cinema. Backyard Wilderness follows Katie, a young girl, and her family who are absorbed by an array of electronic devices and, at first, oblivious to the natural world just outside their home. Katie gradually discovers the intricate secrets that nature has hidden so close to her front door. The film reminds us that Wi-Fi is not the only connection that matters and that sometimes in ordinary places, you can uncover extraordinary things that can transform you forever – you just need to step outside. The film arms explorers of all ages with the tools and inspiration to discover the wonders of nature at their fingertips. Space is limited. If you unable to attend after registering, please call to release the spot.