Archaeologist Dr. John House will discuss the artifacts from the Mike Wilson collection displayed in the lobby of the Esther D. Nixon Public Library in Jacksonville. The artifacts illustrate more than 11,000 years of Native American history and culture in central Arkansas. Dr. House’s presentation will be accompanied by PowerPoint slides. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the artifacts on display after the presentation.
This is an informal book club with no assigned reading. Instead, we all just discuss books we’ve read, are reading or would like to read & share our opinions on them with the group.
Occurs the 4th Thursday of every month excluding holidays.
We read non-fiction books including true crime, biographies/memoirs, self help, current events, social sciences/politics.
Occurs the 2nd Thursday of every month excluding holidays.
Help Wanted? Immigration & Work
The film Destination America, Episode 1, The Golden Door will be shown. A discussions related to the immigration experiences will follow.
Becoming American is a series of six feature documentary film screenings designed to encourage an informed discussion of immigration issues against the backdrop of our country’s immigration history.
Find out more about this project at Becoming-american.org
This is a sewing class for beginners.
- February – Small fleece blanket
- March – Reversible scarf
- April – Applique tea towel
- May – Soup bowl holder
Supplies provided. Registration required. (501)457-5038
This occurs the 3rd Thursday of every month excluding holidays.