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Terry Grab-and-Go Bags

Pick up a variety of grab-and-go bags from the Terry Library. Available while supplies last.

September 2021
Preschool/Toddler (ages 3-5)
New craft each week.
Crafts will include paper spinners, clay rock carvings, castanets and paper bag maracas, and Nazca lines fingerpainting.

Kids (ages 6-12)
New craft every other week.
Crafts will include ojo de Dios and paper molas.

Teens (ages 13-18)
New craft every other week.

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Drawing Landscapes with Charcoal

Learn how to draw with charcoal with the Terry Library!

Visit the Terry Facebook page to watch the how-to video and pick up a grab-and-go bag at the Terry Library (while supplies last).

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Grab n’ Go Preschool Bag

Stop by the Maumelle Library to pick a grab n’ go bag with a fun pirate themed activity.

Ages 3-5

While supplies last.

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Grab & Go Activities at Thompson

Grab & Go activities with book suggestions. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers.

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Book of the Week

Short Video of Teen Book Recommendations.

 

Video will be posted to:

https://www.facebook.com/cals.williams

https://www.youtube.com/user/CentArkLibSys

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Grab and Go craft for the kids

Grab your bag while supplies last!

 

September 6: Chester the Raccoon paper plate craft

September 11: Teen Art Project; design a Gecko

September 13 Handprint leaf art

September 20: Autumnal paper plate wreath

September 27: Football tree

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Dungeons & Dragons Encounter Bags

D&D Encounter Bags come with almost everything you need to run an encounter. Includes customizable premade characters, figures, dice, maps, monster stat sheets, and it’s all made from paper! Included are links to download the basic rules online but you can also check out the Player’s Handbook and Dungeon Master’s Guide from the library.  These bags are available while supplies last.

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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 September 27 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: Sep 27, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting
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Job Assistance

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

Come by the 2nd Floor of Main Library 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

Every Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 3-5

For more information contact Bekah at rasmith@cals.org.

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Be Mighty Meal Service

Free meals for youth 18 and younger.

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Food for Good

Free shelf stable meals available for children 1-18 years.

Available at the front desk:

Monday-Friday 4:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

Saturday 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

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Food for Good Afterschool Supper

A nutritious afterschool meal for kids.

4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Served at the Front Desk

For ages 0-18 years

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Food for Good

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Job Seeker Workshop 4: Interviews

The job market is hot, but the steps to getting your foot in the door are often frustrating.

Each week we break down the job search process into manageable steps:

  • Week 1 — Setting up a professional e-mail.
  • Week 2 — Creating a resume and writing a cover letter.
  • Week 3 — Searching for and completing job applications.
  • Week 4 — Preparing for interviews.

Join us in Computer Classroom A on the 3rd Floor of Main Library for Part 4 in the series!

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CALS Writing Circle: Memoir Critique 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 twice a month to give and receive encouragement, insight, and feedback in a safe and respectful environment. Free.

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

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From the Vault: Photography from the CALS Permanent Collection

ON VIEW Friday, September 10 to Saturday, November 27, 2021
Underground Gallery, Galleries & Bookstore at Library Square

The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) houses more than just books. The library’s art program also actively collects and exhibits works by artists working and living in Arkansas. This eclectic exhibition features historical and contemporary photography that shows the diversity of art being created in Arkansas.

The CALS permanent collection holds more than 1,000 works of art and incorporates a wide range of media,

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Treat Yourself Tuesdays

Every Tuesday we will be hosting a food truck in the side parking lot of the Maumelle Library. Come visit us and see what tasty treat is waiting for you!

September 27 The Prickly Pickle
TBA

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Teen Time

Stop by the library after school and have book chats, create crafts, make slime, play video games, and nerd out. For ages 11-18.

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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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Persepolis Screening

Political repression, Iranian history, and even jasmine bras, factor into Marjane’s Satrapi’s brilliant coming of age memoir-in-comics, Persepolis. The book was named one of the best of the year by The New York Times the year of its release. In addition to other accolades, Persepolis has faced multiple challenges, specifically for language and its depiction of torture.

We will be screening virtually the 2007 film made from Persepolis, which was nominated for an Academy Award for best animated feature.

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Evening Book Club

Discussion of One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez . We will meet in the courtyard, but if it is unbearably hot, we can social distance inside since the library will be closed.

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Grab N’ Go Crafts

A weekly craft for preschool and school age kids.

Available at the Front Desk of the Nixon library and for Curbside Pick-Up.

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CALS Writing Circle: Memoir Writing for Seniors

No matter who you are, there are many reasons to write about your life. The act of writing your story can be a healing and transformative journey; it helps identify the threads and themes in your life and make sense of what you’ve lived. Your writing connects you with others who have experienced similar situations, providing encouragement, comfort, and inspiration and helps others understand that they are not alone in their experiences. Your memoir contributes to recorded history and is your legacy to family,

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Landfall

By Cecilia Aldarondo and Ines Hoffman Kanna. Through shard-like glimpses of everyday life in post-Hurricane Maria Puerto Rico, Landfall is a cautionary tale for our times. Set against the backdrop of protests that toppled the governor in 2019, the film offers a prismatic portrait of collective trauma and resistance as Puerto Ricans navigate dismantled social services and newcomers eager to profit. 82 minutes. This event is a collaboration with the award-winning documentary series POV (www.pbs.org/pov).

No registration required.

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Banned Books Week Mixed Media Bookmarks

Celebrate the Freedom to Read by making a bookmark inspired by banned books, using some basic mixed media techniques.  Free, take home Grab&Go craft bags for Teens available at Thompson Library starting September 30, while supplies last.

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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 Thursday (excluding holidays). Just click here to go to our Nixon Facebook page to watch.

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Grab N’ Go Activity Bags

STEM/STEAM based activity bags for preschoolers, school age, and teenagers.

Available at the Front Desk and for Curbside Pick Up.

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Food for Good Supper

An afterschool meal for kids

Served at the Front Desk

For ages 18 years and younger

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Roosevelt Thompson Sculpture Dedication

Once in a generation comes a person who is the best of all of us. In 2004, the Central Arkansas Library System was proud to open a branch named in Thompson’s honor. We are now pleased to dedicate a new sculpture of Thompson created by John Deering. Please join us in celebrating Roosevelt Thompson’s life and legacy.

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Food for Good Lunch

A midday meal for kids

Served at the Front Desk

For ages 18 years and younger

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Grab & Go Activities at Thompson

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

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Job Seeker Workshop 1: G-Mail

The job market is hot, but the steps to getting your foot in the door are often frustrating.

Each week we break down the job search process into manageable steps:

  • Week 1 — Setting up a professional e-mail.
  • Week 2 — Creating a resume and writing a cover letter.
  • Week 3 — Searching for and completing job applications.
  • Week 4 — Preparing for interviews.

Join us in Computer Classroom A on the 3rd Floor of Main Library for Part 1 in the series!

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English Book Discussion

Join us on Zoom for a livestream discussion of the book the House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros

CALS will provide English and Spanish version of the books. Call 501.320.5785 to reserve your space and make arrangements to pick up your book.

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Beyond the Idea – Startups and Their Stories: Michael Bennett and Michael Blake Menswear

Men’s designer clothing is a growing market here, but did you know that there are Black pioneers in the field that have been paving the way for years? In this Beyond the Idea conversation, we’ll be speaking with Michael Bennett of Michael Blake Menswear. Michael Blake Menswear provides custom suits, shoes, accessories and more, helping men define their personal style and realize the “joy of dressing”. Come learn about Mr. Bennett’s journey and take some tips away on building your own successful brand.

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Sean Fitzgibbons – “What Follows Is True: Crescent Hotel”

CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies Presents LEGACIES & LUNCH

Speaker: Sean Fitzgibbons

What Follows Is True: Crescent Hotel is an upcoming work of documentary-style graphic nonfiction exploring the true stories surrounding the Crescent Hotel’s strange and tragic two years as the Baker Hospital, a Depression-era cancer hospital. This 240-page fully painted graphic narrative blends oral histories, newspaper articles, and quack medicine promotor Norman Baker’s own vanity biography to examine the complicated history and mythologies surrounding yesteryear’s monsters.

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Voices of the Sea

By Kim Hopkins and Margareta Sbazo and Capella Fahoome. A mother yearns to escape the hardships of Cuba for a potentially fatal American dream. 90 minutes. This event is a collaboration with the award-winning documentary series POV (www.pbs.org/pov).

No registration required. Link to join: app.kosmi.io/room/xq89in

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Bilingual Workshop Discussion Focus on LGBTQ+ with Dr. Luann Racher at UAMS

Learn how can support your transgender family member or friends. Join us on Zoom for this event.

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Typing Club

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.

Headphones required.

Join us in Computer Classroom A on the 3rd Floor of Main Library.

Space is limited,

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Myths & Facts About Home Energy Efficiency

Celebrate National Energy Efficiency Day with an interactive game-style presentation about commonly held myths and facts about energy efficiency in the home or apartment. We will discuss a number of energy efficient and conservation methods that could help reduce energy use and save money. This will be followed by a discussion of the resources available on the energyefficiencyarkansas.org/ website and from local partnered utilities, ending with a question-and-answer session.

This event will take place on the Zoom platform.

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Estate Planning for Business Owners

If you have your own business, you may wish to keep the business within your family or sell it, before or after you pass away. Regardless of which option you choose, careful planning will ensure the business can stay up and running and be protected from large, unexpected tax liabilities.

Kevin Brunson of The Wilson Estate Planning Group will be the keynote presenter of this program.

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Groove’s Real World: Halloween

The GrooveMaster talks about historical Halloween events.

Check it out on the CALS Teens YouTube channel and Instagram!

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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 September 27 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: Oct 11, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84886694714…
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CANCELED: Finding Family Facts (October 11)

FINDING FAMILY FACTS is canceled for October. All CALS buildings will be closed Monday, October 11 for a STAFF TRAINING DAY.

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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Job Seeker Workshop 2: Resume

The job market is hot, but the steps to getting your foot in the door are often frustrating.

Each week we break down the job search process into manageable steps:

  • Week 1 — Setting up a professional e-mail.
  • Week 2 — Creating a resume and writing a cover letter.
  • Week 3 — Searching for and completing job applications.
  • Week 4 — Preparing for interviews.

Join us in Computer Classroom A on the 3rd Floor of Main Library for Part 2 in the series!

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Virtual Storytime with Ms. Terry: Puppies

Join Ms. Terry for a pup-tastic virtual storytime!

Posted on the CALS Kids YouTube channel.

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The Infiltrators

By Alex Rivera and Cristina Ibarra. A true story of two young immigrants who get purposefully arrested by Border Patrol, and put in a shadowy for-profit detention center. The film follows Marco and Viri, members of a group of radical Dreamers who are on a mission to stop deportations. And the best place to stop deportations, they believe, is in detention. 82 minutes. This event is a collaboration with the award-winning documentary series POV (www.pbs.org/pov).

No registration required.

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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.
  • September – Winterdance by Gary Paulsen
  • October – The John McPhee Reader by John McPhee
  • November – The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
  • December – The Library Book by Susan Orlean

This is now an in person program.  We will be meeting in the Nixon library meeting room.

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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 at 5:30 p.m this fall and winter except November 26 and December 24 and 31. This is a free community class; donations are kindly accepted and will go to the CALS Foundation.

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Friday Family Fun Night Trivia

Join us live via Zoom on Friday, October 15 at 7:00 PM for Family Trivia. This month’s topic is Halloween History. Winning team receives a $25 gift card! CALS Adult Programs is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Friday Family Fun Night Trivia
Time: Oct 15, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting
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Love Your Parks Cleanup

Show your love of Little Rock Parks and help clean up Boyle Park on Saturday October 16, from 8-11 AM. We will meet at Pavilion 1. Boyle Park is the third oldest Little Rock park, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. This 250-acre park is home to eight Rustic style Civilian Conservation Corps structures built in the 1930s. We will have supplies such as gloves, grabbers, and trash bags. We will also have some snacks and water. You may want to bring your own supplies, including buckets, sunscreen, and waders. All ages are welcome, but child supervision is required.
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Bilingual Yoga Class

Join us in person (social distance) for a free bilingual yoga class for the whole family provided by Lydia Bush. Bring your own mats. Class will take place on the rooftop of the CALS parking garage next to Main Library downtown.

Registration is required: mdaguilar@cals.org. Please call 501.320.5785 for more information.

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Job Seeker Workshop 3: Applications

The job market is hot, but the steps to getting your foot in the door are often frustrating.

Each week we break down the job search process into manageable steps:

  • Week 1 — Setting up a professional e-mail.
  • Week 2 — Creating a resume and writing a cover letter.
  • Week 3 — Searching for and completing job applications.
  • Week 4 — Preparing for interviews.

Join us in Computer Classroom A on the 3rd Floor of Main Library for Part 3 in the series!

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The Friends of Fourche Creek

Fourche Creek is Little Rock’s main waterway. The creek, watershed, and wetlands provide valuable ecological services for the city. Yet being an urban waterway, it also polluted. The vision of the Friends of Fourche Creek is a flourishing Fourche Creek Preserve and Water Trail where Little Rock residents and visitors can canoe and kayak past ancient cypress trees, fish, hike, watch wildlife, geocache, learn about nature, and escape urban life, all within the heart of the city. Through partnerships we are working to restore and revitalize Fourche Creek for the benefit of the environment and a wide variety of public uses.

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The Experience of Owning a Business with Angie Cella

In this program, the creator of “Blinger” will be sharing her experiences with creating a product and starting her own business.

Speaker: Angie Cella

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Self-made millionaire and single Mom of four, Angie Cella is an inventor and entrepreneur with a big story to tell. In 2014 she had a dream about a product, she eventually named Blinger, which places pearls and crystals in the hair.

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Story Walk: We’re Going on a Pumpkin Hunt

Walk and read We’re going on a Pumpkin Hunt by Goldie Hawk.

Craft bags matching the story are available at the Front Desk or for Curbside Pick Up.

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Typing Club

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.

Headphones required.

Join us in Computer Classroom A on the 3rd Floor of Main Library.

Space is limited,

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Arkansas Ghost Stories

Ms. Linda tell stories of ghosts in the natural state.

Check it out on the CALS Teens YouTube channel and Instagram!

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Charles Yu

Charles Yu is the author four novels, including Interior Chinatown, which won the 2020 National Book Award for fiction. The book is a satirical novel about race, pop culture, immigration, assimilation, and escaping the roles we are forced to play. Author Emily St. John Mandel calls it “…wrenching, hilarious, sharp, surreal, and above all, original.”

His novel How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe was a New York Times Notable Book and a Time magazine best book of the year.

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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 September 27 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: Oct 25, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81409887332…
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Job Seeker Workshop 4: Interviews

The job market is hot, but the steps to getting your foot in the door are often frustrating.

Each week we break down the job search process into manageable steps:

  • Week 1 — Setting up a professional e-mail.
  • Week 2 — Creating a resume and writing a cover letter.
  • Week 3 — Searching for and completing job applications.
  • Week 4 — Preparing for interviews.

Join us in Computer Classroom A on the 3rd Floor of Main Library for Part 4 in the series!

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Virtual Storytime with Ms. Linda: Alphabet Hunt Part Four

Ms. Linda continues the alphabet hunt.

This week we’re looking for the letter P, Q, R, S, & T.

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. October book title will be AMERICA FOR BEGINNERS by Leah Franqui. CALS Youth Programs is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Coming to America Book Club
Time: Oct 27, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting
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Beyond the Idea – Startups and Their Stories: Kimberly Jordan and Kimmy’s Greetings

Have you ever thought about taking your creativity and channeling it into a business? That’s exactly what Kimberly Jordan of Kimmy’s Greetings did. Her natural inclination towards crafting beautiful things saw her creating beautiful one-of-a-kind cards that people loved and wanted more of. This led to her creating Kimmy’s Greetings, a customized greeting card experience that provides its customers with unique keepsakes that recipients treasure. Learn how she grew this unique business model into a success. *ReMix Business Academy Graduate

This event will take place on the Zoom platform.

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Finding Family Facts (November 8)

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.

Register for Finding Family Facts

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Issues That Matter: Homelessness and Housing Uncertainty

The second installment of our panels on the status of housing in Arkansas. This forum will discuss some of the greatest barriers Arkansans face to securing stable, affordable housing and what resources exist to help those most in need of shelter in the Natural State.

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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.

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Issues That Matter: Protecting Arkansas’s Waterways

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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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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