Clubs at the Library

Book Clubs

We have multiple book clubs at the West Fargo Public Library. Visit our dedicated Book Clubs at the Library page for more information or fill out our Book Club Interest Form.

Mahjong & More

All levels of Mahjong (Mah-Jongg) players and board game enthusiasts are invited to come play at the library at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoons. The library provides the game materials for Mahjong, Scrabble, cribbage, checkers, Yahtzee, Sequence and other board and card games. Patrons are invited to bring their own games to play as well, however, the library is not liable for any damage to patron games brought to the events.

West Fargo Cribbage Club

Cribbage players of all ages and skill levels are invited to join the West Fargo Cribbage Club from 6:30 - 8 p.m. Tuesdays. Each week, we will play a 6-game round-robin tournament, and there will be lots of opportunities for new players to learn! No prior knowledge of the game is required. This club is free and open to the public. The West Fargo Cribbage Club adheres to the American Cribbage Congress Code of Congeniality for all tournament play. 

NOTE: There will be no Cribbage Club on Nov. 22 or Dec. 27, 2022. 

English Conversation Circles

A conversation circle is an opportunity for intermediate to advanced-level English Language Learners to practice speaking in an informal setting. International visitors & immigrants are welcome. English Conversation Circles take place monthly on the second Tuesday of the month from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Registration is not required. 

During English Conversation Circles, we talk about everyday life in the United States (topics like money, healthcare, children, and schools), things to do in the West Fargo area, and current events in the United States and the world.You can expect to participate in conversation, discussions, role-plays, and speaking games. You will practice speaking, listening, vocabulary, and pronunciation. At the West Fargo Library's English Conversation Circles, we will not talk about academic topics like history, science, literature, theory, philosophy, or research. This is NOT a formal English class. Do not expect homework, textbooks, tests, presentations, or formal language exercises. We will also not practice grammar, writing, or reading.

Reserve a meeting room for YOUR club or group

The West Fargo Public Library has two meeting rooms available for reservation. Check out our dedicated Meeting Room Reservation page for more information and to view our policy to see if our space would work for your group!