Fort Bend Library

Winners Of Libraries’ “Bridging Differences” Photo Contest Announced

Winners of Fort Bend County Libraries’ amateur photo contest, “Bridging Differences,” were announced on Monday, February 1. All of the entries will be on display in a virtual gallery on the Fort Bend County Libraries (FBCL) website ( throughout the months of February and March. Amateur photographers of all skill levels were invited to enter original photographs that portray the culture, nature, people, and places of Fort Bend County that demonstrate how we as a […]

Cinco Ranch Branch Library Returns To Phase 1; Offers Curbside Pick-Up Service Only

County Judge KP George increased the county risk level to the Orange or “Moderate/Significant risk” category on November 24. Fort Bend County Libraries (FBCL) will return to Phase 1 — Curbside Pick-Up service ONLY — at ALL locations on Monday, December 7. All four Phase 2 Grab-and-Go libraries, including the Cinco Ranch Branch Library, will not be available for in-library use at this time. “Fort Bend County Libraries will resume Phase 2 Grab-and-Go services when the COVID-19-positive numbers […]

Libraries Support New Writers With National Novel-Writing Month Online Activities

In recognition of National Novel-Writing Month in November, Fort Bend County Libraries encourages fledgling writers or anyone who has ever wanted to write a novel to join in this coast-to-coast annual writing challenge. Established in 1999, National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a creative-writing project designed to empower and inspire vibrant creativity among aspiring writers, who are encouraged to write 50,000 words of a novel in the 30 days of November. Throughout the month, Fort […]