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February Events

Photography by Alex Ojdea
January – February 2019

The unique photography of Alex Ojdea will be on display in the community room at the Main Library during the months of January and February.

A native of Guanajuato, Mexico, Alex Ojdea has called the River Valley home for nearly two decades. His journey into photography began in 2001, first using a digital camera, then migrating to film, and finally back to digital. Though his original passion was for black and white imagery, he eventually developed an interest in full-color captures. Most recently, Alex has been dabbling with layering, double exposure, and abstract compositions. His often told that he has a special eye for transforming mundane subject matter into pleasing images. His favorite subjects are architecture and urban landscapes. Alex’s images have been featured in Entertainment Weekly, @UrbanMagazine, and Arkansas Living. Alex received awards in both 2009 and 2011 at the Mid-America Photography Symposium in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. His images have also won several social media competitions. You can follow Alex on Instagram at @alexoz.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Photography by Jim Anderson
January – February 2019

An exhibit of the photographic works of Jim Anderson will be on display at Dewey’s Cafe’ at the Main Library during the months of January and February.

Jim is a school teacher by trade and a photographer of the natural landscape as a hobby. He resides in Van Buren with his wife, Theresa, and has traveled and photographed in all 50 states always looking for natural settings and natural lighting. Jim’s award-winning photographs can be seen in local banks and law offices as well as exhibits in several state parks in Arkansas and Oklahoma. This special library exhibit will showcase the Natural State throughout the year and other regions across America. Be sure to check them out at Dewey’s Cafe’. Artwork is available for viewing all hours that the library is open.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Miller Branch Artist of the Month- Kerrie Taber
February 2019

The photography of Dr. Kerrie Taber will be featured at the Miller Branch Library during the month of February. The artist’s interest in photography was born during the years she lived in Austin, exploring different areas of the hill country of Texas, capturing sunrises and sunsets over the lakes and hills of the area, as well as capturing wildflowers and vistas.

Also interested in history, some of Dr. Taber’s photography depicts historic forts, monuments, and locations that she travels to on extended road trips. A recent resident of the Fort Smith area, Kerrie Taber relocated for employment with the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. Be sure to stop by and enjoy her work during the month of February. Artwork is available for viewing all  hours that the library is open.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Adults Color, Too!
February 2019

Who said coloring is just for kids? Coloring helps promote relaxation and stress relief. Join us for a break from your day and unwind while engaging in the creative process in our fun, friendly, and casual atmosphere. Coloring pages for adults and colored pencils will be provided by the library and are available all hours that the library is open.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405

Build-a-Reader Pop-Up Storytimes
Thursdays, February 7th-28th, times by request

Can’t attend a scheduled storytime? Call the Windsor Branch Library and ask for a special one for just you and your child anytime on Thursdays during February. These special programs are intended for newborns through age 5. Call ahead to schedule a private program.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405

Crosswords and Coffee
Friday, February 15th 10AM-Noon

Get your mind working with a set of crosswords and a cup (or two or three) of coffee. Beginning to advanced level crosswords offered, along with other word games. Pens available for the brave! All ages are welcome.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Drawing with Ryan Starkey
Friday, February 15th 1PM-2PM

Please join us for this free, interactive drawing class for adults. Local artist Ryan Starkey will teach techniques using pencil and charcoal. No registration is required for this free class and materials will be provided.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Arkansas Art Educators Western Regional Art Show
February 16th- March 2nd All Open Hours

The Arkansas Art Educators Regional Art Show returns to the Fort Smith Public Library. The show consists of student artwork from Crawford, Franklin, Sebastian, Johnson, Logan, Yell, Scott, Montgomery, Pope, and Polk counties in grades K-12 public and private schools.

Teachers from these schools may enter 13 entries if they teach K-12 or a limit of 10 entries if they teach only elementary, middle, or high school.

Artwork will be on display from February 16th- March 2nd. An awards ceremony will be held on Saturday, March 2nd at 2PM in the Community Room of the Main Library. Best of show winners will go on display at the Hillary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library and Learning Center in Little Rock later this year. For more information, please contact Stacey Glover at sglover@fortsmithschools.org. Artwork will be available for viewing all hours the library is open.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Black History Month Celebration
Saturday, February 16th Noon-3PM

Come help us celebrate the 93rd annual Black History Month at the Miller Branch Library!

Patricia Porter, a missionary to Africa for 42 years, will help lead this interactive program for all ages. We will be discussing African history, including famous African inventors, and there will be traditional African clothing and fabric on display. We will end our program with delicious, traditional African food to taste and an African dance.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Good Nutrition is Magic!
Tuesday, February 19th 4PM

The Fort Smith Public Library, in collaboration with the Fort Smith Public School’s preschool program, invites children ages 3 to 6 to discover the magic of good nutrition! Local magician Matt Passmore will wow preschoolers with ways to keep their bodies healthy. This event is geared towards preschoolers, but children of any age may attend.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Open Mic Night @ Dewey’s Cafe
Thursday, February 21st 7PM

Join us for a fun, casual open mic night at Dewey’s Cafe’ Musicians, poets, and other talented folks are invited to perform. Sign up at the door, arrive early to ensure a spot on the list. Showcase your talent or just come and listen. Music or poetry does not have to be original work- come and share a favorite poem or musical piece with us! Acoustic music only, please. We look forward to seeing you!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Crosswords and Coffee
Friday, February 22nd 10AM-Noon

Get your mind working with a set of crosswords and a cup (or two or three) of coffee. Beginning to advanced level crosswords offered, along with other word games. Pens available for the brave! All ages are welcome.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Drawing with Ryan Starkey
Friday, February 22nd

Please join us for this free, interactive drawing class for adults. Local artist Ryan Starkey will teach techniques using pencil and charcoal. No registration is required for this free class and materials will be provided.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Black Heritage Celebration featuring Tommy Terrific’s Wacky Magic Show
Saturday, February 23rd 2PM

Join the Fort Smith Public Library for its annual Black Heritage Celebration, an inspiring, informative, and entertaining celebration of African American history and heritage.

This year’s all-ages event will feature magician Tommy Terrific’s educational magic show about jazz pioneer and celebrated musician, Louis Armstrong.

The show will feature magic tricks related to his innovative jazz standards such as “Hello Dolly”, “When the Saints Go Marching In”, and “What a Wonderful World”. Throughout the show, Tommy Terrific will explore the fascinating life and numerous accomplishments of Louis Armstrong. This show is very interactive and it is great educational entertainment for children of all ages.

A display of library materials related to African American history and heritage will also be featured at this special Black History Month event.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Wizard of Oz Storytime
Tuesday, February 26th 4PM

Fans of The Wizard of Oz won’t want to miss this special storytime with Dorothy. Follow the yellow brick road to share the magic of Oz with Turner Grace Tecmire who is starring as Dorothy in the Community School of the Arts upcoming production of The Wizard of Oz.

Turner Grace Tecmire is a freshman at Darby Junior High. She has been involved with theater for over six years with the Academy of the Arts, Young Actors Guild, and Community School of the Arts. Turner is the current title holder for high school musical theater in the state of Arkansas for NATS (National Association for Teachers of Singing) as well as a National Youth Arts award winner for musical theater. She loves to sing and dance and is excited to bring the role of “Dorothy Gale” to life in CSA’s production of The Wizard of Oz. 

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Teen Lounge: Crime Scene Investigation
Tuesday, February 26th 4PM-5:30PM

Think you have what it takes to be a Crime Scene Investigator? Show off the knowledge you’ve learned from binge-watching crime dramas at this interactive workshop for teens. Leah Livengood, an expert in Crime Scene Investigation, will teach the basics of blood splatter and fingerprint analysis, and teens will have a chance to examine the evidence themselves! (Ages 13-18)

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Adult Crafty Corner: Cookie Decorating
Thursday, February 28th 2PM-3PM

Adults can be crafty, also! Rediscover your creative spark by joining the Miller Branch Library for an easy craft that you’ll be able to take home. This month, participants will be decorating cookies (and eating them!)

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Community School of the Arts Wizard of Oz Preview Show
Thursday, February 28th 6PM

Join Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Lion for an exciting adventure down the yellow brick road during this special preview show of The Wizard of Oz! The Youth Theatre Company of the Community School of the Arts, which is made up of 35 area teens in grades 6-12, will be singing songs from their upcoming show, and you will get to see it first! Bring your friends and family for this evening of entertainment! It’s a perfect show for all ages!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

 March Events

The Layered Journey: Works by Sally Braswell  O’Dwyer
March-April 2019

The creative works of Sally Braswell O’Dwyer will be on display in the Community Room of the Main library during the months of March and April.

Entitled “The Layered Journey”, the artist has had the privilege to travel a creative journey all her life. As with all journeys, there have been stops, starts, ups and downs, with plenty of turbulence. Art is the center of Sally’s being. The pieces in this show represent some of her early works, a more traditional period, and new experimental works incorporating nontraditional mediums.

Sally Braswell O’Dwyer is a lifelong pursuer of color, shapes, and design. She hopes the variety of pieces in this show will take you on your own journey of thought, beauty, and questions. Artwork is available for viewing during all library hours when meetings are not being held in the Community Room.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Photography by Dianna Elkins
March-April 2019

The photographic works of Dianna Elkins will be featured at Dewey’s Cafe’ at the Fort Smith Public Library during the months of March and April.

Ms. Dianna is the retired Founder/Director of the First Place Academy and began photography in her early school days when she worked for a newspaper and developed pictures in the dark room.

In retirement, she and her husband love to camp and travel to various places in the U.S. and Canadian Rockies. Her favorite place is still at home in the River Valley. She loves to photograph her grandchildren, landscapes, seasonal changes, waterfalls, churches, old barns, and unexpected places that have long been forgotten. Ms. Dianna’s photography has been showcased in Arkansas Businesses, featured on tourist advertisements, and featured on commercial websites. Artwork is available for viewing all hours that the library is open.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Miller Branch Artist of the Month- Kerrie Taber
March 2019

The photography of Dr. Kerrie Taber will be featured at the Miller Branch Library during the month of March. The artist’s interest in photography was born during the years she lived in Austin, exploring different areas of the hill country of Texas, capturing sunrises and sunsets over the lakes and hills of the area, as well as capturing wildflowers and vistas.

Also interested in history, some of her photography depicts historic forts, monuments, and locations that she travels to on extended road trips. A recent resident of the Fort Smith area, Kerrie Taber relocated for employment with the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. Be sure to stop by and enjoy her work during the month of March; artwork is available for viewing all hours that the library is open.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Adults Color, Too!
March 1st-31st, 2019

Who said coloring is just for kids? Coloring helps promote relaxation and stress relief. Join us for a break from  your day and unwind while engaging in the creative process in our fun, friendly, and casual atmosphere. Coloring pages for adults and colored pencils will be provided by the library and are available all hours that the library is open.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405

Make a Mardi Gras Mask Craft
March 1st-9th

Use your creativity and imagination to make your own Mardi Gras Mask. All materials will be provided at this open-house DIY crafting program for all ages. Drop in any time the library is open for this free activity.

For more information, please call the Dallas Branch at (479) 484-5650

Crosswords and Coffee
Friday, March 1st 10AM-Noon

Get your mind working with a set of crosswords and a cup (or two or three) of coffee. Beginning to advanced level crosswords offered, along with other word games. Pens are available for the brave! All ages are welcome.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Bingo for Books: Dr. Seuss Edition
Friday, March 1st 4PM-5PM

It’s Dr. Seuss’ birthday, so let’s celebrate with Bingo for Books- Dr. Seuss edition! Bring your family and join the fun in this after school event. Play Bingo and earn books as your prize. Winners will be able to select a book from a selection of children and teen titles.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Wizard of Oz Storytime
Saturday, March 2nd 10:30AM 

Fans of The Wizard of Oz won’t want to miss this special storytime with Dorothy. Follow the yellow brick road to share the magic of Oz with Turner Grace Tecmire who is starring as Dorothy in the Community School of the Arts upcoming production of The Wizard of Oz.

Turner Grace Tecmire is a freshman at Darby Junior High. She has been involved with theater for over six years with the Academy of the Arts, Young Actors Guild, and Community School of the Arts. Turner is the current title holder for high school musical theater in the state of Arkansas for NATS (National Association for Teachers of Singing) as well as a National Youth Arts award winner for musical theater. She loves to sing and dance and is excited to bring the role of “Dorothy Gale” to life in CSA’s production of The Wizard of Oz. 

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

STEAM Team
Monday, March 4th 3:30PM-6PM (drop-in)

STEAM Team is a monthly program for children ages 8-12 who have an interest in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Every first Monday, the STEAM Team will have a chance to build fun stuff, be active, make art, and even make a mess! In March, STEAMers will learn about magnets during this drop-in program at the Main library. Children will make magnetic slime to take home. All supplies will be provided at this free, open-house style event for ages 8-12.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Lunch Pail Tales
Tuesday, March 5th Noon-1PM

Take an adulting break, pack your lunch, and head out to the Windsor Branch Library for an interactive storytime just for adults. We promise you won’t be disappointed. No registration is required for this free program.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405

Teen Storytime: Mardi Gras
Tuesday, March 5th 3:30PM

Teens, Let the Good Times Roll at the Windsor Branch. Experience the Big Easy at your library. We will share stories, make masks, and we may even second line. Don’t forget to check out a book while you’re here!

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405

Teen Tech Week: QR Code Scavenger Hunt
Tuesday, March 5th 4PM-5:30PM

In celebration of Teen Tech Week, teens are invited to participate in a library-wide scavenger hunt using QR codes and library-related clues! Teens are encouraged to bring their own device to read the QR codes. (Ages 13+).

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Virtual Reality in the Library
Tuesday, March 5th 5PM-7PM

Google Cardboard is a simple piece of hardware created by Google that is used to produce a virtual reality experience. With it, you can turn almost any smartphone into a virtual reality viewer; you only have to download an app! Swing by the Miller Branch with your smartphone and experiment with Google Cardboard!

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Build-a-Reader Pop-up Storytimes
Thursdays, March 7th-28th

Can’t attend a scheduled storytime? Call the Windsor Branch library and ask for a special one for just you and your child any time on Thursdays during March. These special programs are intended for newborns through age 5. To schedule a private program, please call the Windsor Branch library.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405

First Thursday Films: Eskimo (1934)
Thursday, March 7th 6PM

This Pre-code docudrama directed by W.S. Van Dyke and starring Ray Mala, Lulu Wong, and Lotus Long was the first feature film shot in Alaska and in a Native American tongue. This film is about a happy Eskimo family whose life is changed by an encounter with shady, white traders in Northern Alaska. This black and white film is 120 minutes long. It is not rated but does contain some adult content.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Paper Airplane Contest
Friday, March 8th 3:30PM-4:30PM

Use your design skills to make your own paper airplane and participate in our third annual paper airplane flying contest as part of Teen Tech Week. Compete to create an airplane that will fly the longest distance. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will receive gift cards. Kids and teens of all ages may participate in this free after school program.

For more information, please call the Dallas Branch at (479) 484-5650

Small Screen Trivia (for teens and adults)
Saturday, March 9th 1PM-3PM

Join us for this fun afternoon of small screen trivia. Let us test your knowledge from the Golden Age of television to Netflix. Bring a team of your friends or come solo. Light refreshments will be available. Adults and teens 13 and up.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Pop-up Art Exhibit
March 11th- March 22nd

Come and enjoy the artwork of Mrs. Erke’s class from Kimmons Junior High at this pop-up exhibit celebrating National Youth Art Month.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405

The Book Lover’s Club
Tuesday, March 12th 10:15AM

Read a good book lately? Come tell us about it at The Book Lover’s Club! The only requirement for this club is that you must love to read. Read whatever you like, fiction or non-fiction, and come give us a short report (on up to three titles). The Book Lover’s club meets the second Tuesday of every month at the Main library. Come meet more people like you! Bring a friend and a good book and join us at The Book Lover’s Club.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Jigsaw Puzzle Swap
Tuesday, March 12th 6PM-6:30PM

Tired of completing the same puzzles over and over again? Ready for a new one? Come to the Miller Branch Puzzle Swap to keep your puzzle collection fresh! Bring a lightly-used 500+ piece puzzle you no longer want and trade it for one that’s new-to-you. For younger puzzlers, bring easy puzzles to swap. Please be sure that your puzzles have all their pieces prior to the event.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Bring Your Own Device
Wednesday, March 13th 2PM-4PM

Need a little help getting started with your new phone, tablet, or other device? Library staff will be on hand to help you with basic device set up for your phone, tablet, or other electronic device.  We can help you install Library2Go for access to free eBooks and audiobooks with your Fort Smith Library card. Other basic help will be available as well.

Be sure to have your usernames, email address, and passwords handy so that we will be able to better assist you. Don’t forget to charge your device beforehand as well! Preregistration is preferred but not required. Should you choose to preregister, please tell us the type of device you have and what you would like help with so that we may ensure adequate assistance is available when you arrive. To preregister, please call the reference desk at 479-783-0229 ex. 1171.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Lights, Camera, Action! A Creative Storytime
Saturday, March 16th 10:30AM

Children and their families are invited to explore literature through creative drama in this special Saturday storytime. Get ready to have some fun with Shannon Stoddard, a teacher at the Community School of the Arts. Shannon holds her B.A. in theater from Centenary College of Shreveport, LA and her M.A. in Theater Education from New York University. This month’s program will feature the books Green Eggs and Ham and The Cat in the Hat. Don’t miss this action-packed storytime!

Shannon Stoddard began her love of all things performing at an early age when she began dance lessons at age 6 and has been performing ever since! Shannon has a great passion for teaching students about theater and loves watching them grow; not only as performers but also watching them grow in self-confidence! She looks forward to working with many new students in the future! She currently teaches a variety of classes with the Community School of the Arts for a variety of ages!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Graffiti Sidewalk Art
Monday, March 18th 9AM-6PM

Put your creativity to work and help decorate the sidewalks of the Miller Branch library! Weather permitting, anyone who wants to get artistic is encouraged to decorate a sidewalk square with chalk. Chalk is provided- just bring your imagination!

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Lego Club: Free Build
Monday, March 18th 5PM-6PM

Kids, tweens, and teens are invited to the Main library to design, create, and build unique creations with the Lego Club! This month’s theme is Free Build. This event is free and supplies are provided- just bring your imagination!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

I Spy @ the Library
Thursday, March 19th 9AM-9PM

What can you spy with your eye? Visit the Main Library on Tuesday of Spring Break Week and see if you can spot the objects hidden in the Youth Services Department. Are  they in fiction or biography? Picture books or non-fiction? Complete the search correctly and earn a prize!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Where the Wild Things Are Storytime
Tuesday, March 19th 10AM

Calling all wild things! Join us for Where the Wild Things Are Storytime during Spring Break. Children and their families are invited to explore literature through creative drama in this interactive storytime. Shannon Stoddard, a teacher with the Community School of the Arts, will be leading this imaginative program. Let the wild rumpus start!

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Spring Break Movie: A Wrinkle in Time (PG)
Wednesday, March 20th 2PM

From visionary director Ava DuVernay comes Disney’s  A Wrinkle in Time.  Based on the timeless classic and filled with spectacle, warmth, and heart, this celebrated film follows an ordinary girl’s epic adventure and brave journey home, with the ultimate triumph of love. Featuring an all-star cast including Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, and Chris Pine. It’s fun for the whole family!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Spring Cleaning Make & Take Crafts
Thursday, March 21st 11AM-6PM

Spring is a great time to clean, and you never know what you’re going to find… like art projects! Dozens of art projects! Bring your friends and family to see what we’ve found for you to make and take. Drop in anytime between 11am and 6PM to make (and take!) an art project or two.. or three!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Family Dance Party
Thursday, March 21st 2PM-2:30PM

We are having a dance party! Put on your dancing shoes and bring the whole family to this fun, interactive program at the Miller Branch library. We will be shaking our sillies out with music, movement, and other fun activities!

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Open Mic Night @ Dewey’s Cafe’
Thursday, March 21st 7PM

Join us for a fun, casual open mic night at Dewey’s Cafe’. Musicians, poets, and other talented folks are invited to perform. Sign up at the door; arrive early to ensure a spot on the list. Showcase your talent, or just come and listen. Music or poetry does not have to be original work- come and share a favorite poem or musical piece with us. Acoustic music only please. We look forward to seeing you!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Spring  Crafternoon
Friday, March 22nd 1PM-6PM

Connect with your crafty side at the Miller Branch library! Children of all ages and their families can pop in anytime between 1PM and 6PM to make and take a craft (or three). We provide the supplies, you provide the creativity.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Teen Lounge: Bad Art Party
Tuesday, March 26th 4PM-5:30PM

Teens are invited to create the worst, tackiest, ugliest piece of art they can during this interactive program. The “worst” piece of art will win a hideously tacky trophy, crown, and bragging rights at the end of the night! All supplies are provided. (Ages 13+)

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Stuffed Animal Storytime and Sleepver
Tuesday, March 26th 6PM

Kids of all ages and their families are invited to join the Miller Branch library for a very special bedtime storytime. Children are encouraged to wear pajamas and bring a favorite stuffed animal friend.  After everyone enjoys some bedtime stories, songs, and a craft, the stuffed animals will then have the opportunity to stay at the library for a sleepover! The next day, kids can pick up their animal friends and some fun pictures of the sleepover shenanigans.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Adult Crafty Corner: Macrame’
Thursday, March 28th 2PM-3PM

Adults can be crafty, also! Rediscover your creative spark by joining the Miller Branch library for an easy craft that you’ll be able to take home. This month, participants will be experimenting with macrame’.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945

Fairy Tale Storytime
Thursday, March 28th 4PM

Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, and Jack (from Jack & the Beanstalk) will be making a special appearance at the Fort Smith Public Library! These fairy-tale characters are actors from the Alma High School drama department, and their will be sharing some of your favorite fairy tales in this exciting after school storytime. Bring your friends and family and join the fun!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229

Location

Storytime Programs

Day

Time

Windsor   Storytime
with Louise Turner
Mondays 10AM
Miller   Laptime Storytime (Ages 0-24 months)
with Tiffany Nelson
Mondays 10:30AM
Main   Toddler Time (Ages 3 and under) Tuesdays 10AM
Dallas   Storytime Wednesdays 10:30AM
Main   Preschool Storytime (Ages 3 to 5) Thursdays 10AM
Windsor   School Age Storytime Thursdays
(June-August)
10AM
Miller   Storytime with Tiffany Nelson Fridays 10AM