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Library News for the week of Nov. 23, 2022

West Fargo Library events.

The West Fargo Public Library
The West Fargo Public Library. Forum file photo
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One Book, One Community program continues across metro
The 2022 One Book, One Community program continues through November with special events and an online community reading challenge . Learn more at 1book1community.org .

Wednesday, Nov. 23

10:30 – 11:30 a.m., Ready to Read Storytime: On Wednesdays, kids ages 3 to 5 are invited to read, play and create at the West Fargo Library during Ready to Read Storytime. Each week, children and caregivers practice important early literacy skills through reading stories, doing movement activities, making art, singing, rhyming and playing together.
1:30 – 3 p.m., Mahjong and More Game Time: This community game hour is free and open to the public. Mahjong and a variety of other board and card games provided by the library are available to play.
2:30 – 3:30 p.m., Let’s Make Tiny Art: Mini Canvas Painting Party for Teens: Teens in grades 6 – 12 are invited to this mini canvas painting party at the West Fargo Library. Finished works will be displayed in the library’s display cases this winter. This event is free and open to West Fargo middle school and high school students, including homeschooled kids. Wednesday, Nov. 23 is a no-school day for area public schools.

Thursday, Nov. 24

Library Closed - Thanksgiving

Friday, Nov. 25

Library Closed – Day after Thanksgiving
 

Saturday, Nov. 26

10 a.m. – noon, Technology Tutors available: West Fargo Public Library volunteer technology tutors are available to assist with topics like: basic computer, tablet, eReader or smartphone skills; basic internet and browser skills; setting up email or social media accounts; learning how to use apps and websites; and streaming and downloading digital media. Sign up for an appointment at WestFargoLibrary.org
 

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Monday, Nov. 28

1:30 p.m., Monday Matinee free movie screening of “The Post”: Continuing with the theme of veteran experiences, this week’s Monday Matinee, “The Post,” takes place in 1971 where “the staff of the Washington Post face a historic dilemma; whether or not to publish the Pentagon Papers, a top-secret document that reveals the U.S. government knew for decades the Vietnam War was unwinnable…” Twentieth Century Fox. Rated PG-13.
 

Tuesday, Nov. 29

10 a.m. – noon, Technology Tutors available: West Fargo Public Library volunteer technology tutors are available to assist with topics like: basic computer, tablet, eReader or smartphone skills; basic internet and browser skills; setting up email or social media accounts; learning how to use apps and websites; and streaming and downloading digital media. Sign up for an appointment at WestFargoLibrary.org.

6:30 – 8 p.m., West Fargo Cribbage Club: The first of its kind in West Fargo, the West Fargo Cribbage Club meets weekly on Tuesday evenings at the West Fargo Public Library. Cribbage players of all ages and skill levels are welcome. No prior knowledge of the game is required. This club is free and open to the public.

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