5:30PM - 6:30PM // The Grove at the Coppell Arts Center
7PM - 8PM // The Grove at the Coppell Arts Center
4:30PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
3PM - 6PM // Biodiversity Education Center
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Join us for an informal chat about the books, movies, television, and music we're currently enjoying. Once we finish chatting, we'll have a creative writing and/or drawing prompt. Maybe you'll find your next favorite read or connect with others who like the same books as you! There is no required reading for this book club. Just come prepared to share a title you enjoyed and create! For teens 6th - 12th grade.
Note: The program will be hosted in Zoom, a video conference software that is free for participants. Zoom meeting details will be sent to registrants the day before the program. The Zoom video conference is considered a virtual Library facility, and participants must adhere to the Library Facility Guidelines while attending.
Your Cozby Library card provides access to a wide range of digital materials. E-books, e-audiobooks, databases, language learning programs, resume help, online tutoring, and much more can be found starting from the online catalog. Join a librarian for a tour of these different resources and step-by-step instructions for how to access them. This program is open to participants age 15 and up and is appropriate for anyone who wants to become more familiar with the library's online resources. Bring your questions!
This month we will discuss a modern classic- Octavia Butler's 1979 sci-fi/fantasy masterpiece, Kindred.
Cozby Library and Community Commons building is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but employees wanted to say hello to patrons and let them know they are missed.
The Coppell Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual State of the City luncheon on Thursday, January 23, 2020.
In her address, Mayor Karen Hunt gave updates about major projects and initiatives happening in and around Coppell.
The presentation included information about: current and upcoming construction projects, Allies in Community, Vision 2040 and other outreach initiatives, the advanced water meter project, economic development programs and partnerships, technology and software updates, innovative Public Safety programs, and cultural and special events.
Coppell Parks and Recreation is a 2019 NRPA Gold Medal finalist in the Class IV (population 30,001 – 75,000) category. This honor is a result of Coppell’s intentional work to provide exceptional services and create unique experiences in City parks and facilities. This video highlights the ways that the department promotes quality recreational and educational opportunities that enhance the overall health of individuals and the community.