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Plano Library Events for the Month

February, March and Spring Break events at your local Plano Library

The calendar is jam-packed with great programs and classes for everyone from babies to seniors and fun family and kid-orientated events happening during Spring Break!

These are our picks of family, kid, tween, and teen programming happening during February and March at all 5 of our Plano Public library locations.

On their website, you’ll find programs and classes for all ages including the Kids Storytime!

Our Picks for Library Events

The new issue Spring 2019 issue of Engage will be in libraries and on the Plano Public Library website, but check out our favorite events coming this Spring

  • Artist Christine Song will be the artist in residence at the 18st AIRSpace in Harrington Library for February and March. She will be conducting four workshops for all ages to teach her style of creating art using only black, gold, and white.
  • Disney Karaoke and Musical Free-for-All - All ages, Haggard Library, Tuesday Mar 12 at 3pm
  • Music Maestros - learn basic musical concepts like pitch and rhythm with books, songs and interactive activities enhanced with live music. All ages, Harrington Library, Tuesday March 14 at 3pm
  • Sensory Storytime - an interactive, inclusive storytime ideal for children with special needs such as Autism Spectrum disorders, sensory integration challenges or short attention spans. Visit the children's desk or email them for more info and to check availability. Ages 3 and up. Davis, Weds until May 1, 4pm and Parr, Thursdays until May 2, 9.30am. 
  • Play and Learn - Toddler playtime with parents. Ages 18 - 36 months. At Davis, Parr, Haggard and Schimelpfenig. Check the library website for more information.
  • Plano Public Library continues helping patrons stay fiscally fit with Money Smart programming for adults and teens in March at Haggard and Tax Help provided on various days and times from February 4 through April 15 by AARP volunteers at Haggard, Parr, Schimelpfenig, and Harrington.
  • Wonder Café programming continues this spring helping people of all ages explore Science Everywhere at Haggard Library on February 9 and Engineering for Survival at Schimelpfenig Library on March 23.
  • High School students can take a FREE practice SAT and get immediate feedback at SAT College Entrance Exams at Haggard Library on March 16. (advanced registration required)
  • Spring Break  - The hugely popular Celebrate Holi @ the Library kicks off Spring Break on March 9 at Davis Library with henna art, stories, and throwing colored powder at friends to celebrate the Holi festival and South Asian culture.
  • Throughout the week at all five library locations, you’ll find performers, artists, model train displays, and plenty of educational opportunities to keep kids of all ages busy and entertained!  Our picks include the showing of Boss Baby, teaching Origami, Cricut for Grades 6-12 and Stop Motion Animation! 


Davis Library has been home to 3D printing services for Plano patrons, but with brand new 3D printers now at Harrington and Parr, Plano library card holders have more locations and opportunities to design and create across Plano!

Not sure how to go about designing in 3D?

Not to worry as Plano Public Library has 3D Printing Class at Davis, Harrington and Parr Library locations, throughout the season to help you get started! Information and materials cost for 3D printing can be found here


Do you know all about the Plano Libraries and everything they have to offer? They have so many activities for kids and resources for adults. We are so lucky to have such a great system right here in Plano!

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