On the Clock: Arlington Public Library Offers Programs for All Ages
By Ryan Hunt
Posted on November 29, 2016, November 29, 2016

"On the Clock" is a show that gives residents an inside look at the hard work city employees do every day to make Arlington a better community to live, learn, work and play.

The episode, hosted by City Manager Trey Yelverton, gives residents a behind-the-scenes look at some of the educational programs Arlington Public Library offers to residents of all ages.

In several locations across the City of Arlington this year, senior adults have been picking up their paintbrushes to tell the stories of their lives. More than 100 students have attended Creative Aging painting classes since 2015, learning to express themselves through the visual arts.

The Arlington Public Library also has opportunities for patrons to get hands-on technology experience in some of the newest and most exciting platforms available. From coding to robotics to 3D-printing, library technology programs can enhance personal, professional, and educational knowledge, as well as open doors to new interests for people of all ages.

The City's Office of Communication develops programming for MyArlingtonTV. Viewers can find MyArlingtonTV programs on the following cable systems: Time Warner Channel 16 and AT&T U-Verse channel 99, and streaming capabilities at www.arlington-tx.gov.

All episodes are also available on the City's YouTube channel, Facebook page and Twitter account.

MyArlingtonTV Links:

  • City Launches New State-of-the-Art Television Studio
  • Arlington Weekend Buzz Videos
  • MyArlingtonTV News Videos
  • Arlington Eats Videos
  • Ask Arlington Videos
  • Culture Buzz Videos
  • On the Clock Videos
  • Dream Builders Videos
  • Backstage Arlington Videos
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