FRISCO, TEXAS (June 26, 2013) —Visitors to Frisco Public Library July 2--4 can expects detours as some streets and parking areas will be closed for Frisco Freedom Fest 4th of July preparations. The library will be closed on July 4.
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FRISCO, TEXAS (June18, 2013) — Instead of reporting crime, LynDee Walker now writes about it. The author of “Nichelle Clarke Headlines in Heels Mystery Series” will host an informal chat at the Frisco Library, 7 p.m., Wed., June 26. She’ll talk about her transition from crime reporter to mystery writer and how it influenced her fiction. Plus, she’ll give an overview of her best-selling series, discuss the success of Front Page Fatality, and read an excerpt from the next book, Buried Leads.
FRISCO, TEXAS (May 31, 2013) —Frisco Public Library and Mayor Maso are offering Frisco citizens a challenge—keep your kids reading over the summer to help prevent the “summer slide,” a loss of reading skills from the previous school year.
FRISCO, TEXAS (May, 1, 2013) — Explore a world of languages with Frisco Public Library during the month of May.
FRISCO, TEXAS (Jan. 16, 2013) — Kindergarten, first and second graders are invited to attend K-2 Explorers: Planet Watch! Get your hands dirty while we clean up the planet, go on an endangered animal safari and have other amazing eco-adventures. This two-part program will be held 3-4 p.m., Mar. 14 and 15 at Frisco Public Library, 6101 Frisco Square Blvd., 2nd floor Children’s Program Room. Explorers must be in kindergarten, first or second grade to attend. Pick up a free entry ticket at the 2nd floor Ask Us desk the day of each program.
FRISCO, TEXAS (Jan. 14, 2012 ) — The Frisco Public Library will present an interactive exhibit honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement from Noon to 8 p.m. Monday, January 21.
Elementary school children and their families are encouraged to take part in a number of multimedia education stations, browse books displays and other materials highlighting the life of Dr. King, the civil rights movement, and activists who fought to make their voices heard.
FRISCO, TEXAS (Oct. 16, 2012) — Join us at Frisco Public Library for a virtual chat with the author of the popular middle grade series, “Secrets of a Lab Rat” and “Julep O’Toole,” at 3 p.m., Monday, Nov. 19.
Trudi Trueit will share how she became an author, and provide a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of her series “Secrets of a Lab Rat.” Ms. Truiet will take questions and also will engage her audience in a game with prizes.
FRISCO, TEXAS (Sept. 28, 2012 ) — Due to recent funding cuts and high library use by those who live outside the city, Frisco Library will charge non-residents a $50 membership fee effective Oct. 1, 2012.
FRISCO, TEXAS (October 22, 2012) —Parents! Want to get a jump on speech development with your young children? Frisco Public Library has launched “FPL Sign Time,” an original sign language video series for children and caregivers that can get kids communicating early.
Frisco Public Library Teen Poster Contest to Begin Aug. 27
FRISCO, TEXAS (Aug. 1, 2012) — The Frisco Public Library invites artists, grades 6-12, to submit designs in graphic novel or comic book style art themed “Library Avengers”.
All entries must be no larger than 11x17 inches and be accompanied by an entry form. Entry forms will be available in the teen room of the Frisco Library beginning Aug. 27, or online at friscolibrary.com. The deadline for submission is Oct. 8.
Frisco Public Library Poster Contest to Begin Aug. 27
FRISCO, TEXAS (June 25, 2012) —Visitors to Frisco Public Library July 2--4 can expect detours as some streets and parking areas will be closed for Frisco Freedom Fest 4th of July preparations. The library will be closed on July 4.