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A virtual networking event for minority- and women-owned business owners.
A public meeting to provide details on the Esters Road Paving and Utility Improvements project will be held on Wednesday, March 6 at 2 p.m., at the Jack D. Huffman Community Building.
Irving Convention Center-First Floor Boardroom
Soar into the new month with model plane 3D printing kits available, while supplies last. Adults.
Join Valley Ranch Library for this craft program for adults.
Discuss the selected book with female friends and other readers during this book club. The title is available on Hoopla Digital, and print copies are available for checkout at Valley Ranch Library while they last.
On the first Wednesday of each month, join a lively discussion of the best that the mystery genre has to offer. This month, discuss the Tom Thorne series and the Detective Miller series by Mark Billingham.
Check out amazing deals on books, movies and music for all ages at the First Wednesday Book Sale, which is held every month except for January, June and July. Proceeds benefit Irving Public Library.Memberships are available at the door. For details about other book sales throughout the year, the advantages of memberships and more, please visit the website friendsofirvinglibrary.com.
Join West Irving Library for this craft program for adults.
Meet up with others to play board games. Adults.
Relax with adult coloring and journaling. Adults.
Join South Irving Library for this craft program for adults.
This group meets for those who love YA literature.Please note that this month's meeting is Feb. 21, and as of March, the book club will resume meeting on the second Wednesdays.
Discuss the selected title with other readers at this monthly book club. The title is available on Hoopla Digital, and print copies are available for checkout at Valley Ranch Library while they last.
Join Valley Ranch Library for this craft program for adults. Make a wood tray perfect for using as a charcuterie board or bedside tray.
Learn various aspects of purchasing a home. Presented in both English and Spanish.
Beginning in 2024, the Irving Writers Salon will resume meeting at West Irving Library at 7 p.m. on the following Tuesdays:-Jan. 16,-Feb. 20,-March 19.During these sessions, all writers and readers are welcome. Sharing work is not required. Adults.
This program is presented as part of City of Irving's Think Green ... Be Green series. Adults.
Join other readers to discuss books every third Thursday of the month at the Heritage Senior Center.
Book Lovers Happy Hour meets every other month at South Irving Library and discusses a different theme each time. Adults.
Feel the need ... the need to read! On the fourth Thursday of every month, this new book club features a title classified as super cool by a professional librarian. Adults.
Enjoy German music and dance with performers STV Almrausch. All ages.
Join this celebration with crafts, a scavenger hunt, a professional henna artist and more. All ages.
All library locations will be closed on Sunday, March 31.
Please check the current schedule and updates at the storytime page calendar link.
Join South Irving Library for this crafts program for children.
From March 10 through April 9, take home supplies to make a Ramadan bookmark and a lantern craft. While supplies last. Children.
While school is out, join the library locations for live demonstrations, arts, crafts, robots, karate dance, movies, bubbles and more.
Ages 8 and up.
Children enjoy making a craft and then listening to a story in the park. Future storywalk dates are April 5 and May 10.
Learn the basics of creating crochet patterns with yarn. Adults.
Create customized hair accessories. Adults.
Learn the basics of lighting photo backgrounds. Adults.
For more information about this class in the West MiY Digitizing Lab, please call (972) 721-2691. Adults.
Teens grades 9-12.
Teens grades 9 and up.
Pick up a DIY kit to take home. Teens.
Make the most of Spring Break by creating drinking mugs and stickers in the MiY Zone, and join the coloring and painting parties. While supplies last. Teens.Schedule of dates and program start times:March 11, 4 p.m.: MiY Zone Mugs.March 12, 4 p.m.: Color Me Calm.March 13, 4 p.m.: MiY Zone Vinyl Stickers.March 14, 6 p.m.: Paint Along Party.March 15, 4 p.m.: MiY Zone Tote Stickers. Check with Valley Ranch Library for program room locations.
The City of Irving's Lively Pointe Youth Center presents Irving's Annual teen talent competition.
Children ages 3-9 are invited to bring their personal Power Wheels or scooters and compete in a friendly race.
Residents must register online to request a voucher to participate in the event.
Valley Ranch Library
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to apply proven methods for Wastewater Treatment.
Come join the City of Irving’s licensed irrigator for a crash course on irrigation system basics, controller programing, system troubleshooting and minor repairs.
Come join the City of Irving’s licensed irrigator for a crash course on irrigation system basics, controller programing, system trouble shooting, and minor repairs.