Programs for Older Adults

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Enjoy a variety of programs just for fun or to learn something new!

As a destination for discovery, your Fort Worth Public Library is a location for learners of any age.  We designed these programs for older adults. Bring a friend, or stop in and make new ones. 

 

Senior Social Hours

elderly white woman wearing hat and sipping coffee Weekly at our Riverside location, we're gathering every Friday to share stories, connect with others, play games and learn more about local history.

Riverside

 

photo of a coffee cup on a table Monthly at our East Berry location, older adults meet monthly for Coffee and Conversation to discuss timely topics and enjoy light refreshments. 

East Berry

 

Knit & Crochet Clubs

crochet hook with yarn This is your chance join your Fort Worth Public Library and unwind one stitch at a time! Meet other yarn lovers to share favorite techniques and patterns. All skill levels welcome.

East Regional    Northwest

 

Sit & Stitch 

colorful yarn Beginning March 2022, calling all needle workers! Bring a work in progress or start a new one in the company of other stitchers. Ideas, encouragement, and support will be shared in a safe and welcoming space.

East Regional

 

Gardening Programs

Gardening plants In partnership with the Fort Worth Water Department, Rooted In and the Tarrant Regional Water District, your Fort Worth Public Library will be presenting a series of programs throughout 2022 focusing on gardening, water conservation, native plants and how to make your landscape work for you and the environment.

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Dementia Education Series

In this series, your Fort Worth Public Library is hosting an educational partner, Dementia Friendly Fort Worth, to share strategies covering a wide range of topics,

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