Designed to increase confidence in young readers, as well as offer therapeutic benefits to children with special needs. Please call the Children’s Department at 479-750-8180 to register.
Special events are FREE and registration is not required!
It's time for an old-fashioned movie experience. Climb into the Library "cars" to enjoy a new movie, complete with yummy popcorn!
Dress up in green and fashion an Irish inspired craft.
Come to the Library and dance your hearts out at our Saturday dance party! Lots of musical fun!
The egg symbolizes rebirth and a new beginning. Try your hand at adorning an egg to symbolize your own special meaning of springtime.
On Saturday, April 4th come celebrate as grand prizes will be awarded to the families that have read the most hours together. Along with the prizes there will be plenty of magic, laughs, and balloon fun! There‘s still time to sign up for the Family Book Club. Children grades 5 and younger along with their families are encouraged to read together. Register at the Children’s Desk and pick up a reading log. Return it at the end of the month to be eligible for prize drawings.
Visit the Library to create your very own
moon jar, and learn how to save and spend your money responsibly.
This program is made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation through Smart investing @your library®, a partnership with the American Library Association.
Come learn the art of flower arranging. Make a beautiful bud vase for yourself or a friend. Materials will be provided.
Join us to create homemade gifts for special family members or friends, just in time for Mother’s Day!
Love building with LEGO®? Join other enthusiasts and put together your own unique creation!
Titles to be announced. Tickets will be available on the 15th of each month at the Children’s Desk!
Join us as we once again pay tribute to Dr. Seuss by reading some exciting Seuss stories and making a fun Seuss craft. Read Across America is a project of the National Education Association (NEA) and began as a way to get kids excited about reading.
Join us for a surprise event during National Library Week! All ages welcome!
Drop by the Library to check out the earth books display, make some Earth Day crafts, and learn some fun facts about ways we can keep our earth healthy!
Children’s Day/Book Day also known as Día, is a nationally recognized initiative that emphasizes the importance of literacy for all children from all backgrounds. Dress up as your favorite Chavo character from La Vecindad and join us for some fun stories, singing, dancing and refreshments! Families from all cultural backgrounds are welcome to participate! This program is free and registration is NOT required.
Last updated February 26, 2015