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Arlington’s COVID-19 Archive Tells the Story of the Past Year and a Half

A year after Robbins Library unveiled Arlington’s COVID-19 Archive on its “Local History Resources” page, the collection has become a true snapshot of life in Arlington during this unique period in our history. Today, the collection continues to grow with … Continue reading

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We’re looking for Pages

Do you love libraries? Do you have attention to detail? Are you reliable? Are you at least 14 years old? Do you get along well with people? Come be a Library Page! Some of the duties that you could be … Continue reading

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Bingo Square: Books With Sea Animals on the Cover

Are you participating in Adult Summer Reading and stuck on this square? We’ve got some suggestions for you! Links go to the catalog so you can see if the books are available now and request them if they’re not. North … Continue reading

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“Tails and Tales” Summer Reading for Kids, Teens and Adults

Over 250 children signed up to participate in the library’s “Tails and Tales” themed Summer Reading program kick-off and book giveaway in the Winfield Robbins Memorial Garden on Saturday, June 19. From now through the summer, children aged 0-14 are … Continue reading

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Robbins and Fox Libraries Resume Full Hours and Most Services

Effective Monday, June 21, the Robbins Library and Fox Branch Library resume normal hours and most services, no appointment necessary. Arlington requires unvaccinated people to wear masks inside public facilities, but the library is asking all visitors to keep masks … Continue reading

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Nominate a Title for Arlington Reads Together Book Pick

The Arlington Reads Together (ART) selection committee is seeking book nominations for the 2022 community-wide read. Have you read a book that explores the issues Arlington is facing? Have an idea for a great community read book?  Please share it … Continue reading

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Arlington’s Libraries reopening June 21

Effective Monday, June 21, the Robbins Library and Fox Branch Library will resume normal hours and most services, no appointment necessary. All visitors, regardless of vaccination status, are asked to keep masks on inside. All children over age 2 and … Continue reading

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What’s The State of Voting?

New laws restricting voting access in Georgia have gained national attention. Georgia is just one example; legislative initiatives are under way across the nation with the intention of impacting voting access in many new ways. The right to vote is … Continue reading

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Red Letter Poem #57

A note: Since April, 2020 Arlington’s Poet Laureate has been sharing a poem with the community each week via the library’s blog and ArtsArlington.org. This project nears 52 poems in April, and after April, The Red Letter Poems Project will … Continue reading

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Changes to printing service

We will be upgrading some of our systems, including our public printing service. Printing will be suspended from the end of the day Saturday, May 1 until the morning of Wednesday, May 5. We apologize for the inconvenience and want … Continue reading

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