Your local library in Plano hosts hundreds of events each month for a variety of ages and interests.
You can see the full schedule of programs through December in our fall Engage brochure on our website, as well as our online calendar.
In addition to weekly reading readiness storytime, citizenship classes and book clubs, here are a few interesting events coming up across our libraries:
- Transportation Station (for grades 3-5, ticketed) on Monday, October 14 at Harrington Library at 3 pm: make a plane, car, train or sailboat with us while learning about these different types of transportation
- App Time (ages 3-5, ticketed) on Wednesdays, October 9-30 at Davis Library at 11 am: explore age-appropriate book and activity apps which reinforce early literacy concepts through a digital format
- Code Club (grades K-5, ticketed) on Wednesdays, October 2-23 at Schimelpfenig Library at 4 pm: this four-week series introduces computer programming through various games and activities, both digital and screen-free
- Light It Up (grades 6-12, ticketed) on Saturday, October 12 at Haggard Library at 3 pm: gain hands-on experience managing money while create a unique glowing creation. Pizza and prizes provided through grant funding from National Endowment for Financial Education
- Adulting 101: Financial Freedom (ages 18+) on Tuesday, October 15 at Schimelpfenig Library at 7 pm: Bank of America will present about a variety of finance topics to get you on the path to success
- How to Write a Family Book (ages 18+) on Wednesdays, October 16 and 23 at 9:30 am: during this two-part Genealogy Center workshop shows you will learn tips and tricks for creating a manuscript for your family history, and publishing options
- Navigate for Career Seekers (ages 18+) on Tuesday, October 29 at Schimelpfenig Library at 7 pm: if you are looking for a new career, or to start one, learn ways to think about careers and navigate education paths to get there during this workshop