English NOW!, an Arlington-based group, offers English-language learners opportunities to practice their conversation skills, advance their knowledge of vocabulary and grammar, and make connections in the community. Participants in these free conversation groups discuss varied subjects under the supervision of native speakers. Zoom conversation groups are also available. Email englishnowArlington@gmail.com for the Zoom links. Zoom …
Stop by and ask a librarian your technology-related questions. If we can't help with a specific issue you are having, we will do our best to point you to resources that can! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Every Thursday evening in September! Grab a friend or your favorite adult and come play our board games-or bring your own! Puzzles too! Drop-in. For all ages
Are you working on a poem you’d like to share but don’t feel it’s ready for your poetry group? Did you just start writing poetry and you’re not sure of what you have on the page? Come share and work on your poetry with the Arlington Poet Laureate, Jean Flanagan.
Join us for a story time filled with stories, songs, and rhymes in honor of Grandparents' Day. Program is to celebrate the older adults in children's lives. After story time there will be books available for adults to read to kids. For ages 0-5.
We will meet at the library and walk between 1.5-3 miles mostly along the Arlington Cultural District and Minuteman Bikeway. This is a great way to stay active and make some new friends in your community. Getting regular physical activity is one of the best things you can do for your health. Weather permitting.
Struggling to meet basic needs such as housing, food, or employment? A social worker is available to answer questions about social services in and around Arlington.
*Registration for this meeting is full.* We are cooking from Half Baked Harvest Every Day. To register, email the name and page number of your recipe to email@example.com. Space is limited! *Note: this meeting will be held at the Arlington Community Center.*
This month we’ll be discussing The Gift of Rain by Tan Twan Eng. Books are available for pickup at the Robbins Library. Attend in person or online! Zoom Meeting ID: 837 5038 0498 Passcode: KkJK1m
Join our performers for a rollicking singalong to old favorites and new. Pick up ticket 1/2 hr prior. Ages 0-5