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Dallas Public Library - Lakewood Branch

Located in the heart of historic Lakewood in East Dallas, the Lakewood Branch has been in existence since 1938. The present location on Worth street opened in 1970 and the library grounds contain two...

Dallas Public Library - Lakewood Branch

Located in the heart of historic Lakewood in East Dallas, the Lakewood Branch has been in existence since 1938. The present location on Worth street opened in 1970 and the library grounds contain two large steel sculptures named "Malthusian Concept" and "Descending Spheres." The sculptures were designed by J. Brough Miller and are sources of delight for adults and children and also serve as landmarks for the library. The Lakewood Branch is noted for the annual Lakewood Art Show which originated in 1962. Judges select winners in each category and a reception is held for all participants.

The Lakewood Branch presents regular preschool storytime and book review programs among the various programs presented during the year.

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FREE!

Don't Touch That Dial!

Local humorist and storyteller Rose-Mary Rumbley together with Paul Benson will entertain as they recreate moments from the golden age of radio of the 1930s and ‘40s. Doors open at 1:30 pm for seating and refreshments.
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