Category: Virtual Programming

Expert on Staff: Help for Students with Free Virtual Tutoring

When our library buildings had to close to the public and move library programming online, Tyler Compton of the CALS Terry Library was ready to serve however she could. How could she use virtual platforms to give people in our community the most meaningful assistance?

The answer was clear because Compton has a unique skill set to draw on.


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Virtual Programming: Guided Meditation Brings Focus and Calm

When CALS libraries had to close their doors to the public according to CDC guidelines, our staff sought ways to bring helpful library programming online.  And in a world where the ground seems to be constantly shifting underfoot with every daily newscast, many of us are seeking ways to maintain a positive and peaceful mindset.


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Pump Up Your Digital Skills This Month with CALS Virtual Classes

The month of May offers an exciting set of classes with live, online instruction from one of our digital skills experts, Nathan Smith.

Whether you want to edit videos, build a website with WordPress, or design marketing materials with Canva, Nathan has lots of experience teaching these skill sets. He will work with you through the Zoom platform,


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Virtual Programming: Explore the Civil War in Arkansas with Mark Christ

Missing our Arkansas history programs? We miss seeing you here in person, but while we wait to reopen our doors, we’re going online to highlight some important events in our state’s story.

CALS has its own expert on the Civil War on staff in the person of our head of Adult Programming, Mark K.


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Celebrate National Poetry Month with Us

April is National Poetry Month! There are all kinds of ways for you to celebrate poetry at CALS, whether you want to create your own and share it, hang out with other writers online, enter a contest and be part of a poetry publication, or take a quick break with our poetry readings on “Poetry Radio.”

Poetry can comfort us or give us freedom through our imaginations as we endure our global health crisis.


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CALS Brings Virtual Programming to You

Fun, Learning, & Interactive Socializing Online for Kids and Adults

Because we can’t get together in our library buildings right now, we want to bring our programming to you!

Our CALS programmers are creating fun and fascinating virtual activities for people of all ages, and we’re now starting to upload them to some places where you can come meet us (and your neighbors) online.


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