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Fiddlesticks

Bring your needles or hooks. Any kind of craft is welcome.

Learn a thing or two or just enjoy the company.

 

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January Grab and Go Crafts

KIDS:

January 3-8 Cut and create your own snowflakes

January 10-15 Winter resist art

January 18-22 Snowy thumbprint tree

January 24-29 Penguin craft

January 31- Feb 5 Groundhog finger puppet

PRESCHOOL SELF-DIRECTED STORYTIME W/CRAFT:

January 10-15 Snowman stories and craft

TEENS:

January 15 Take and make a 3D snowflake star

 

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DIY Block Calendar

Create your own personalized block calendar. Kits available starting January 3, while supplies last.

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GRAB-and-GO TEEN CRAFT: DIY Daruma Doll Resolutions

The Daruma is a traditional Japanese doll, which has become a symbol of perseverance and luck.  The doll is weighted so no matter how many times you knock it over it will stand back up, representing determination.  One eye is filled in while committing to a goal or resolution.  When you’ve accomplished your goal, you fill in the other eye.  Use your DIY Daruma to make a resolution for 2022!

This free, take-home program for teens is available at Thompson Library starting January 20 while supplies last.

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Grab N’ Go Activity Bags

A STEAM/STEM based activity bag for preschoolers and school age kids.

Available at the Front Desk

While supplies lasts

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Print and Stitch: Collective Works

ON VIEW Friday, October 8, 2021–Saturday, January 29, 2022
Loft Gallery, Galleries & Bookstore at Library Square

This exhibition featuring artists Mallory Darwin, Nancy Dunaway, Melissa Gill, Judy Henderson, Tanya Hollifield, and Ellen Ishee showcases works created in the “Printing and Stitching” class offered by Gill at the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts. With an emphasis on complete creative freedom and experimentation, the class explored different ways of combining printmaking and textile techniques such as relief printing,

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Jane F. Hankins: The Imaginator Extraordinaire

ON VIEW Saturday, December 11, 2021, to February 26, 2022
Underground Gallery, Galleries & Bookstore at Library Square

Witty, whimsical, wonderful. These words describe the creative world of Little Rock artist Jane F. Hankins. The Jonesboro native has been a strong presence in the Arkansas art community for over twenty years.

Specializing in sculpture in porcelain and stoneware as well as drawing and painting, Hankins is a designer for nationally marketed sculpture reproductions.

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Be Mighty Meal Service

Free meals for youth 18 and younger.

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Food for Good Grab N’ Go Supper

An afterschool meal for kids

Monday – Friday

4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Available at the Front Desk

For 18 years and younger

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Candlelight Friday Flow

Chill out and unwind from the week with yoga! This Candlelight flow will guide you through a moderately paced, beginner-friendly sequence aimed at improving strength and flexibility while decreasing stress and “mind clutter” from the week. Sessions will be held at Hillcrest Hall at 1501 Kavanaugh Boulevard every Friday from 5:30 p.m through May 20, 2022. This is a free community class; donations are kindly accepted and will go to the CALS Foundation. Contact jlombardo@designsforhealth.com to register or for more information.

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Friday Family Fun Night Trivia

Join us live via Zoom on Friday, January 21 at 7:00 PM for Family Trivia. This month’s topic is Superhero Trivia. Winning team receives a $25 gift card! CALS Adult Programs is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Friday Family Fun Night Trivia
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Food for Good Grab N’ Go Lunch

A midday meal for kids

Saturdays

11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Available at the Front Desk

For ages 18 years and younger

 

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Food for Good: Grab and Go Meals

Grab and Go meals for youth ages 1-18. Meals are served Saturdays, 11-12:30. Parent Attestation Form required if child(ren) aren’t present at pickup.

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CALS Roberts Library Research Room Bonus Saturday (January 22)

Join us Saturday, January 22 in the 2nd Floor Research Room (Roberts Library) for Bonus Saturday. We will be open from noon to 4pm and staff will be ready assist you with your genealogy questions and queries. Located at 401 President Clinton Ave., the Bobby L. Roberts Library of Arkansas History & Art is a branch of the Central Arkansas Library System and promotes Arkansas history and culture. Our 2nd floor Research Room offers non-circulating reference books and research databases to help patrons with their genealogy and family history research.
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CALS Writing Circle: Journaling for Songwriters

Journaling can be an important tool for songwriters. Join us as we share how and why to use journaling in your songwriting efforts.

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Meditation at Main Online

Cory Jones of Compassion Works for All leads us in a guided meditation that’s like an oasis in the middle of your day! Join us from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM on Monday January 24 via Zoom. All are welcome- and we hope you will choose to join us! CALS Adult Programs is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Meditation at Main Online
Time: Jan 24, 2022 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting
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Preschool Grab & Go Activities at Thompson

Grab & Go activities with book suggestions. Recommended for ages 5 & under.

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Kids’ Grab & Go Activities at Thompson

Grab & Go activities with book suggestions. Recommended for ages 6-12.

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Birds of Arkansas

Over 400 species have been seen in Arkansas. This raises many questions. Why does Arkansas have such a diversity of birds? Is it possible to see all 400+ species? How can I see more species? Audubon Arkansas's Dr. Dan The Bird Man Scheiman will explain it all.
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Job Assistance

Looking for a new job can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help!

Set an appointment in the Job Seeker Center for one-on-one assistance:

  • Setting up a professional e-mail
  • Creating a resume
  • Writing a cover letter
  • Searching for and completing job applications
  • Preparing for an interview

To set your appointment, please fill out this form. If you need help,

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Short Form: a virtual short story discussion group

Join our group for a monthly discussion of two short stories on zoom. All meetings take place on the last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM CST. Our August readings are Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience ™ by Rebecca Roanhorse and Cuisine des Memoires by N.K. Jemisin. In Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience ™ a tour guide leads virtual reality “experiences” for tourists who want to know what it's like to be Native American. Think Black Mirror meets Westworld. Cuisine des Memoires is a magic cooking story. A New Orleans restaurant offers meals from any point in history, as long as you know the exact date, time, and place. Register on zoom is required. Your confirmation email will contain links to the stories.
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Typing / Internet Workshop – Cancelled

* If you need assistance with Digital Literacy topics, please email ledixon@cals.org to schedule a one-on-one session*

Typing Workshop

Learn the basics of keyboard typing and practice your skills with fun games and lessons from Typing Club.

During class you will:

  • Set up a free account with Typing Club.
  • Complete typing practice lessons to learn the basics.
  • Play interactive typing games to work on speed and accuracy.
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Storytime w/ Ms. Terry: Snow

Learn about snow and read snow stories for Ms. Terry’s snowy storytime!

Check it out on the CALS Kids YouTube Channel!

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Coming to America Book Club

Join us on the 4th Wednesday of each month via Zoom for a book discussion on the experience of Coming to America. January book title will be BEHOLD THE DREAMERS by Imbolo Mbue.

CALS Youth Programs is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Coming to America Book Club
Time: Jan 26, 2022 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Crafting with Opal

This is a craft along program. In this program we teach different crafts which could include sewing, crocheting, knitting, painting & others.

This is a virtual program that the Nixon library does live on Facebook every other Thursday (excluding holidays). Just click here to go to our Nixon Facebook page to watch.

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Lions, Wolves, and Bears in Arkansas

Myron Means is the Large Carnivore Program Coordinator at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Join him and Lynn Foster for a presentation and discussion about the past, present, and future of bears and other large carnivores in the Natural State. Why was Arkansas known as the Bear State? What’s the origin of the town of Oil Trough’s name? How did black bears recover from almost being exterminated in Arkansas? What’s the life of a black bear like? Are mountain lions living in Arkansas?

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Six Bridges Presents: Brad Taylor

About the Book: When a paragliding trip over the picturesque mountains of Switzerland results in the brutal murder of the former head of Israeli intelligence, Mossad brings in terrorist hunters Aaron and Shoshana to investigate. But they’ll need help to find out who was behind the attack and what they’re planning next. Luckily, Aaron and Shoshana know exactly who to call.

Taskforce operators Pike Logan and Jennifer Cahill have been trapped in Charleston, South Carolina during COVID-19,

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CALS Writing Circle: Writing all Year Workshop

Are you looking for a writing workshop group? Led by J. Jobe, Writing All Year is a place to share your work-in-progress with other writers. We meet twice a month to give and receive encouragement, insight, and feedback in a safe and respectful environment. Our objective: to improve the work with kindness and compassion. If this sounds like something you’ve been looking for, please join us. All experience levels are welcome.

Contact jjobe@cals.org for class materials.

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Braver Angels: Arkansas Table Talk

Please join Braver Angels Arkansas for our newest local program, Arkansas Table Talk, where we will discuss issues of local interest. Our first topic will be homelessness. If interested, please email jburrus@cals.org or gwhite@braverangels.org to register and receive the Zoom link. We kindly ask that you pre-read 3 articles on the topic of homelessness from 3 perspectives: left, center, and right. Article links will be sent out to each individual at registration. Please note that all Arkansas Table Talk discussions will follow Braver Angels guidelines.
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Grab N’ Go Activity Bags

STEAM based activity bags for preschoolers and school age kids.

Available at the front desk and for curbside pick up during operational hours.

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CALS Writing Circle: Memoir Workshop

After you’ve written the first draft, what then? A good workshop group can help you figure out what about your draft needs improving, and the process of critiquing other writers helps you become a better writer yourself. Share your memoir-in-progress with other writers to give and receive encouragement, insight, and feedback in a safe and respectful environment. Please join us. For more information, contact dmoore@cals.org.

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Food for Good Supper

Afterschool meal for kids.

4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Monday – Friday

For kids 18 years and younger.

Served at the front desk.

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CALS Writing Circle: Memoir Writing for Seniors (How to Write Your Story)

This ongoing class meets once each week and takes attendees aged 55+ through the steps of writing their own life stories. You’ll be given tools and techniques to help you learn to write regularly and productively. Everyone is welcome; no writing experience is required. Free.

This is a virtual event. Contact dmoore@cals.org for more information.

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Warren Eugene Milteer Jr.: “Free People of Color in the South”

CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies Presents LEGACIES & LUNCH

Speaker: Warren Eugene Milteer Jr

In 1859, Arkansas legislators passed a law titled “An Act to Remove Free Negroes and Mulattoes from this State.” In his discussion, historian Warren Eugene Milteer Jr. will provide historical context for the effort to remove free people of color from Arkansas immediately before the U.S. Civil War and will explore the connections between the effort to expel free people of color from Arkansas and the broader movement to attack and diminish the status of those citizens across the pre–Civil War South.

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Melissa Janczewski Jones—The Clinton, Mississippi, Massacre of 1875: Arkansas Governor Charles Hillman Brough and His Role in Creating the Myth of the “Clinton Riot”

CALS Encyclopedia of Arkansas PRESENTS 

Speaker: Melissa Janczewski Jones

Jones will explore the initial role of future Arkansas governor Charles Hillman Brough as a professor of history and economics at his alma mater of Mississippi College located in his hometown of Clinton, Mississippi. Brough was born in the months following the Clinton Massacre of 1875, an event that resulted in the murders of as many as fifty recently emancipated citizens of color and effectively brought an end to Reconstruction in Mississippi.

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Food for Good Lunch

A midday meal for kids.

11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Saturdays

For kids 18 years and younger.

Served at the front desk.

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CALS Writing Circle: Craft of Memoir

Designed for writers who are ready to take the next steps in crafting their memoir. Advanced topics will include scene, structure, characterization, voice, and more. Contact dmoore@cals.org for more information.

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Puppet Storytime

The puppet volunteers at the Nixon Library are taking over storytime!

Check this video out on our CALS Kids YouTube channel!

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True Stories Book Club

This book club reads non-fiction books including true crime, biographies/memoirs, self-help, current events, social sciences/politics.

Occurs the 2rd Thursday of every month excluding holidays.
  • December – The Library Book by Susan Orlean
  • January – Our Town by James M. Fallows
  • February – Sully:  My Search for What Really Matters by Chesley Sullenberger
  • March – Enemies:  A Love Story by Isaac Bashevis Singer
  • April – Sapiens:  A Brief History Of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari
  • May –
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2nd Friday Art Night at Library Square (February 2022)

On display at CALS Roberts Library

Jane F. Hankins: The Imaginator Extraordinaire
The Underground Gallery

Witty, whimsical, wonderful—these words describe the creative world of Little Rock artist Jane F. Hankins. The Jonesboro native has been a strong presence in the Arkansas art community for over twenty years. Specializing in sculpture in porcelain and stoneware as well as drawing and painting, Hankins is a designer for nationally marketed sculpture reproductions and the creator of award-winning fine art coloring books.

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CALS Writing Circle: Writing All Year Workshop Group

Are you looking for a writing workshop group? Led by J. Jobe, Writing All Year is a place to share your work-in-progress with other writers. We meet twice a month to give and receive encouragement, insight, and feedback in a safe and respectful environment. Our objective: to improve the work with kindness and compassion. If this sounds like something you’ve been looking for, please join us. Free. All experience levels are welcome. Contact jjobe@cals.org for class materials.

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Finding Family Facts (February 14)

The Butler Center offers a beginner’s genealogy class the second Monday of every month, taught by Rhonda Stewart, the Butler Center’s local history and genealogy expert. Participants will learn how to use online databases and city directories, as well as how to archive family documents. Jump-start your genealogy research with this fun and creative way to learn about the past.

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Nixon Book Buddies Book Club

This book club reads fiction & non-fiction books.

Occurs the 3rd Thursday of every month excluding holidays.
  • January – Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth
  • February –The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
  • March – Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson
  • April – The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce
  • May – Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz
  • June – Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown
  • July – Braiding Sweetgrass:  Indigenous Wisdom,
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Chip Jones, The Organ Thieves

On Thursday, Feb. 17, author Chip Jones will be featured in the latest Six Bridges Presents virtual program, discussing his book, The Organ Thieves: The Shocking Story of the First Heart Transplant in the Segregated South.

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The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks meets Get Out in this “startling…powerful” (Kirkus Reviews) investigation of racial inequality at the core of the heart transplant race.

Chip Jones has been reporting for nearly thirty years for the Richmond Times-Dispatch,

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Great Backyard Bird Count

Participate in the worldwide birdwatching event for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Wild Birds Unlimited. The Great Backyard Bird Count is an annual citizen science event that takes place February 18-21. GBBC data are entered into ebird, one of the the world's largest nature databases. It stores more than 100 million bird sightings contributed each year and is used by professionals for science and conservation.
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CALS Writing Circle: How to Write an Author Bio

If you are submitting your writing for publication, an author bio is essential. Join us as we share templates and examples for crafting a killer author bio. Contact dmoore@cals.org.

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CALS Writing Circle: Flash Fiction

Microfiction, microstories, short-shorts, sudden fiction–challenge your creativity by learning to write one of the most intriguing narrative forms–flash fiction. We’ll survey its subcategories and try our hands at telling a complete story with a beginning, middle, and end in just a few paragraphs. Contact dmoore@cals.org for more information.

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Storytime w/ Ms. Terry

This week Ms. Terry is looking for red birds!

Catch this video on the CALS Kids YouTube channel!

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The Library & U!

Let’s learn from our mistakes with dragon dogs and learn how to make a reservation for a computer!

Catch this video on our CALS Kids YouTube channel!

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Ask the Natural Gardeners

Now is the perfect time to be thinking about planting trees, shrubs, and flowering plants in your yard! Would you like a pollinator garden? Want more native plants in your yard? Ready to get started but unsure of how to begin? Karen Seale, Kay Sanders, and Lynn Foster are all native plant gardeners who will be talking about their experiences with native plants and answering your questions.

The event will take place on the Zoom platform. Free registration is required.

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History’s Mysteries & Conspiracies

Something strange and terrible happened at Port Chatham in Portlock, Alaska. Was it a strange beast of Native American lore or something else entirely?

Check this video out on our CALS Teens YouTube channel & the cals_teens Instagram handle.

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CALS Writing Circle: Kai Coggins Poetry Master Class

Join us for a Master Class with poet Kai Coggins, poet and author recently awarded the 2021 Governor’s Arts Award and named “Best Poet in Arkansas” by the Arkansas Times.

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Airic Hughes, with Tanisha Joe-Conway and Angel Burt: I-630 and Residential Segregation

CALS Encyclopedia of Arkansas PRESENTS 

Speaker:Airic Hughes, with Tanisha Joe-Conway and Angel Burt

Public conversations regarding cultural geographies are gaining more attention thanks to greater awareness of the complex intersectionality of policy, race, space, and community. This unique event will reconceive the human history of Arkansas’s capital city through the lens of Black geographies. Tanisha Joe-Conway, filmmaker and producer of the Dream Land documentary about Little Rock’s lost West Ninth Street community,

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Issues That Matter: Protecting Arkansas’s Waterways: What’s in Your Tap?

Arkansas’s waterways are suffering from poor water quality, aging infrastructure and other concerns. This forum will address what needs to be done to protect these vital resources.

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This event will be hosted virtually on the Zoom platform. Free registration is required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Pulaski County and KUAR.

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CALS Speaker Series: Kimberly Wehle, How to Think Like a Lawyer and Why

Honoring Rabbi Ira Sanders

What does the average person have in common with lawyers? From the mundane to the game-changers, decisions need to be made every day. But a key way in which the everyday person differs from a lawyer is how each goes about making decisions. A non-lawyer often searches for answers to validate or solidify a pre-conceived decision, while a lawyer looks for questions.

Based on her upcoming book, How to Think Like a Lawyer and Why: A Common-Sense Guide to Everyday Dilemmas,

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Kenny Werner – “Becoming The Instrument”

Kenny Werner has been a world-class pianist and composer for over forty years. His prolific output of compositions, recordings and publications continue to impact audiences around the world. In 1996 he wrote his landmark book, Effortless Mastery, Liberating The Master Musician Within. Werner has since created videos, lectured world-wide and authored many articles on how musicians, artists or even business people can allow their “master creator” within to lift their performance to it’s highest level,

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle in Central Arkansas

How does a recycling operation work? Why has Regional Recycling cut back on what it will accept? What happens to a plastic bottle that is recycled? What happens to people who don’t follow the recycling rules? What barriers must be surmounted for our society to become more sustainable?

What future job growth, and what kind of jobs, lie in the future of sustainability? Join Craig Douglass, Executive Director of the Regional Recycling and Waste Reduction District, and host Lynn Foster for a fascinating hour about recycling and bring your questions!

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wellRED Comedy Tour at CALS Ron Robinson Theater

CALS Arkansas Sounds brings the wellRED Comedy Tour back (again!) to the CALS Ron Robinson Theater!

Trae Crowder (The Liberal Redneck), Corey Ryan Forrester (The Buttercream Dream), and Drew Morgan (The Ginger Ninjer) are stand-up comedy and writing partners. The trio has been touring nationally to sold out clubs and theatres for years pre-apocalypse and by god, they’re gonna do it again.

This year’s tour, wellRED: OUT THE HOUSE,

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wellRED Comedy Tour at CALS Ron Robinson Theater

CALS Arkansas Sounds brings the wellRED Comedy Tour back (again!) to the CALS Ron Robinson Theater!

Trae Crowder (The Liberal Redneck), Corey Ryan Forrester (The Buttercream Dream), and Drew Morgan (The Ginger Ninjer) are stand-up comedy and writing partners. The trio has been touring nationally to sold out clubs and theatres for years pre-apocalypse and by god, they’re gonna do it again.

This year’s tour, wellRED: OUT THE HOUSE,

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The Wonderful World of Native Seeds

For Earth Month, we’ll be talking about seeds, which are essential to life on Earth. Ben Thesing, Natural Resource Specialist at Central Arkansas Water, and host Lynn Foster will be discussing the dispersion and germination of native seeds, and how to best handle them to grow native plants. Fun fact: Kentucky coffeetrees are rare today. One theory for this is that their seeds were intended to survive being digested by mastodons and giant sloths, and without that exposure to stomach acid,

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Issues That Matter: Protecting Arkansas’s Waterways: A Deep Dive Into Adventure

Arkansas is home to many lakes and rivers that are popular recreational resources and this program will discuss the issues that affect their safety and viability.

Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Pulaski County and KUAR.

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A Yard Full of Birds

Dan Scheiman, Bird Conservation Director for Audubon Delta, will join us this month. He and host Lynn Foster will be discussing the type of habitat you need to plant to attract birds to your yard. So often discussions like this focus on feeder food, but plants themselves are so much better for the environment! Find out about other Audubon projects as well, like the Bird-Friendly Yard program and the Fourche Creek cleanup.

The event will take place on the Zoom platform.

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Issues That Matter: Protecting Arkansas’s Waterways: Hydrating the Harvest

Agriculture is Arkansas’s top industry and crucial to the state’s economy. This program will explore the extensive need for water in Arkansas agriculture and the dangers facing its water supplies.

Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Pulaski County and KUAR.

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Issues That Matter: Protecting Arkansas’s Waterways: Rivers as Roads

Arkansas’s rivers are vital components in the movement of goods and materials in the state. This programs will discuss the challenges faced in maintaining them as viable travel routes.

Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Pulaski County and KUAR.

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