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Teen Poetry Contest at the Arkansas Literary Festival

Teen poets and creative artists are invited to submit their entries for the Arkansas Literary Festival Teen Poetry Contest.

ENTRY GUIDELINES

Submit anytime before Monday, April 15 at 6:00 p.m.

All teens ages 12-19 are eligible to enter.

Pick up an entry form at Level IV of Main Library or at any of your local library branches!

A permission slip signed by parents/guardians is part of the form and must be submitted with entries.

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Basic Computing

For those who have a little computer experience, this class explores things like search, common computer programs and file types, and managing files.
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Family Storytime

Join us for a fun storytime for the whole family with a focus on early literacy.

For families with children.

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Microsoft Word for Beginners

Explore the basics of Microsoft Word, including information on writing, formatting, saving, and printing documents.
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Library Mini Golf

Enjoy a game of mini golf as you play throughout Level 4.

This event takes place in the Level 4 Teen Center of the Main Library. Level 4 events are for teens ages 12-19 only.

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Microsoft Word for Experienced Users

Experienced Microsoft Word users can learn to create mail merges, use eye-catching design themes, cite their sources, and create fillable forms.
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Afternoon Antics

Join us for crafts or games. We will have a different activity each week.

For families with children.

This event takes place in Youth Services on the 3rd floor of the Main Library.

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Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War Book Talk

Darragh Center Auditorium, 1st floor

2:00 – 3:00 pm

Author Susan Southard will read from and discuss her award-winning book, Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War, which tells the narrative journey of five hibakusha (atomic bomb-affected individuals), all teenagers at the time of this global human tragedy. Free and open to the public, this event is co-sponsored by the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies (part of the Central Arkansas Library System) and the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site.

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Open Lab

You can drop by Open Lab to ask your burning technology questions, practice using technology, or get help with specific problems from an expert.
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