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June 2016 issue

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    Luis Alberto Urrea Author Visit

    Meet the writer of Irving's NEA Big Read selected novel, Into the Beautiful North, at the Irving Arts Center, Oct. 5. Read on...
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    NEA Big Read Youth Art Exhibit

    Get ready to be discovered in this year’s NEA Big Read: The Colors of Mexico Art Exhibit, courtesy of the Irving Art Association. Read on...
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    September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month

    Open up new worlds and get connected with the community by picking up a free limited edition Irving Public Library card. Read on...
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    Necesitamos a diversos libros!

    Join Dr. René Saldaña Jr. for a thought-provoking discussion about diversity in literature for the 2016 NEA Big Read on Oct. 10 at the National Scouting Museum. Read on...
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    Conejito Storytimes

    Hop on over to an Irving Public Library storytime and enjoy the Conejito Puppet Show, in honor of the 2016 NEA Big Read. Read on...
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    What is InkTober?

    Improve your art skills with daily drawing sessions throughout October at the South Irving Library. Read on...
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    Tween Author Events

    Welcome Middle Grade authors Kate Beasley and Janet Tishjian for two book launch events full of fun, excitement and a little magic this October at the South Irving Library. Read on...
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