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Celebrate Your Creativity

In the tradition of Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way, Celebrate your Creativity is part social, part exploratory, and all encouragement. Join us on the second and fourth Saturdays in March as we read and discuss The Tipping Point by Malcolm  Gladwell. Led by J. Jobe. Contact jjobe@cals.org for class materials.

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

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Coronavirus Financial Relief Options for Small Businesses

This program covers some of the options for Financial Relief that Small Businesses can apply for. These options include grant and loans from both private and public entities.

This is a virtual event and will be available on YouTube. If you’d like more information or have any questions please email ledixon@cals.org

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Monday Matriarchs: Aleshia O’Neal

CALS Encyclopedia of Arkansas presents Monday Matriarchs

Charlie May Simon: Uncovering the Lost Voice of an Arkansas Author

Speaker: Aleshia O’Neal

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Aleshia O’Neal is an English professor at York College in York, Nebraska. She became interested in Charlie May Simon while working on her doctorate in Heritage Studies at Arkansas State University, and her research for her dissertation took her to four archival collections that housed the diaries,

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Rock Star Tech Tips

Become a technology rock star—and make your life easier—by discovering the tips, tricks and shortcuts technology pros take for granted.
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Virtual Open Lab

One-on-one tech help from an expert. Ask your burning technology questions, get troubleshooting help, or learn about a new device.
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A Conversation Worth Having: Septima Clark

“If a conversation is hard, it’s probably one worth having.”

Join us for A Conversation Worth Having: a part of our Civil Rights & Social Change Collection.

Every Wednesday night at 7pm CST we screen a virtual collection of talks, podcasts, films and documentaries designed to educate, enlighten, and encourage empathy surrounding the struggles and hardships facing the African-American community. March is Women’s History Month, and our lineup includes five women who have defied odds and devoted their lives to helping the less fortunate.

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Life After High School: What Now?

Join us for a panel discussion about how high schoolers and parents can prepare for the next step, whether it be college or the workforce. School counselors, recruiters, and coaches will share their perspectives and knowledge about the differing paths and options for a successful future.

Participants will have a chance to win prizes!

This will be a live Zoom event.  Please click here to register for the event.

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Arkansas Sounds Presents: a Sister Rosetta Tharpe tribute

Join us every Thursday for Arkansas Sounds Presents, a free online watch party of Arkansas music and culture, including unreleased performances, interviews and related content from our CALS Arkansas Sounds archives.

On Thursday, March 18 at 7 p.m. CST, CALS Arkansas Sounds Presents a tribute to “The Godmother of Rock and Roll,” Sister Rosetta Tharpe! Sister Rosetta Tharpe was a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and recording artist that became gospel music’s first superstar.

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Fitness Friday

Abby leads cardio drumming, dance time and/or book walk.

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Teen Time: Mr. Dan’s Real World

Mr. Dan reads Land Shark by Bert Ferry.

This program will publish on

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YouTube: CALS Teens

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Friday Family Fun Night Trivia

Join us every 3rd Friday night for Friday Family Fun Night Trivia! Teams must register via Zoom and each month’s trivia will have a different theme. A $25 gift card will be awarded to the winning team each month!

March 19- HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD (FILM TRIVIA)

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

Topic: Friday Family Fun Night
Time: Mar 19, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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First Day of Spring Grab N’ Go Activity Bag

Help welcome Spring w grab n’ go bags that have soil and seeds to start a Spring garden.

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Hidden Treasures on Ancestry with Juliana Szucs

Beyond the traditional records that yield essential names, dates, and places, you can often get a better understanding of your ancestors from some of the lesser-used records that don’t rise to the surface in a general search. From almshouse and agricultural schedules and fraternal and ethnic collections to a vast assortment of military records, great details can be found in the billions of records at Ancestry.com. This presentation highlights some of the best and most unusual collections, how to find them,

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Help! How Do I Use Libby?

If you’ve heard about e-books and audiobooks, but you don’t know where to start — this is the meeting for you!

Join us for a live Zoom call and get a step-by-step introduction to Libby, the user-friendly e-book app from Overdrive. During the event you’ll learn how to:

  • Download and register for Libby using your CALS Library Card
  • Browse the catalog using filters to find the perfect title
  • Check out items and place a hold
  • Change the settings of your screen for easier reading

If time allows,

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How to Write Professional Letters

Whether you’re sending it by email or in print, being able to write a formal professional letter is a very important skill. Professional letter-writing will impress potential and current employers, communicate your professionalism, and help you make a good first impression. Learn to write cover letters, thank you letters, acceptance letters, and more in this free class from the CALS Writing Circle.

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

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Evening Book Club

Discussion on Red Tent by Anita Diamant.
Copies available at Thompson Library.

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A Conversation Worth Having: Dovey Roundtree

“If a conversation is hard, it’s probably one worth having.”

Join us for A Conversation Worth Having: a part of our Civil Rights & Social Change Collection.

Every Wednesday night at 7pm CST we screen a virtual collection of talks, podcasts, films and documentaries designed to educate, enlighten, and encourage empathy surrounding the struggles and hardships facing the African-American community. March is Women’s History Month, and our lineup includes five women who have defied odds and devoted their lives to helping the less fortunate.

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The Barriers to Capital Access – Report Discussion

Join Dr. Julia Chears-Young, Principal Researcher for the Capital Access Report, as she discusses the findings of this comprehensive survey of Arkansas-based people of color and women-owned businesses documenting the factors and barriers to capital access.

This event is part of the Rock It! Lab series of entrepreneurial programming.

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About Julia Chears-Young, Ph.D.

Dr. Chears-Young is the owner and Principal Researcher of Precise Data Consulting, LLC.

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Arkansas Sounds Presents: a Willie “Big Eyes” Smith tribute

Join us every Thursday for Arkansas Sounds Presents, a free online watch party of Arkansas music and culture, including unreleased performances, interviews and related content from our CALS Arkansas Sounds archives.

On Thursday, March 25 at 7 p.m. CST, CALS Arkansas Sounds Presents a tribute to legendary Arkansas blues giant, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith! Willie “Big Eyes” Smith was a Grammy Award-winning blues vocalist, harmonica player, and drummer who worked extensively with Muddy Waters as well as leading his own bands.

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Microsoft PowerPoint for Beginners

Get an overview of Microsoft PowerPoint, including how to make an eye-catching presentation and show it to your audience.
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Silent Reading Party

This is no time to read alone. Grab a snack, a beverage, and your favorite reading material and join us to read silently with others as blues/jazz guitarist Dallas Smith plays live in the background. Back by popular demand and perfect for date night or family night, the Silent Reading Party is a great and low pressure way to feel connected with others.

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

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Monday Matriarchs: Robyn Spears

CALS Encyclopedia of Arkansas presents Monday Matriarchs

Arkansas Aprons: Food Power and Women in Arkansas, 1857 to 1891

Speaker: Robyn Spears

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Robyn Spears As a doctoral student of history, Robyn Spears researches nineteenth-century women’s history, food history, and medicine at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.

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The CALS Encyclopedia of Arkansas is a free,

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Your Digital Library: eBooks, Audiobooks, and More

Don't miss out on free stuff your library card unlocks. Check out eBooks, audiobooks, and more for your mobile device, e-reader, and computer.
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Food for Good Grab N’ Go Supper

The Nixon Library serves afterschool Supper

Monday – Friday

4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

For 18 years and younger

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A Conversation Worth Having: Angela Davis & Toni Morrison

“If a conversation is hard, it’s probably one worth having.”

Join us for A Conversation Worth Having: a part of our Civil Rights & Social Change Collection.

Every Wednesday night at 7pm CST we screen a virtual collection of talks, podcasts, films and documentaries designed to educate, enlighten, and encourage empathy surrounding the struggles and hardships facing the African-American community. March is Women’s History Month, and our lineup includes five women who have defied odds and devoted their lives to helping the less fortunate.

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Grow a Plant Grab and Go Kit

The month of April is the home of Earth Day.  To celebrate we will be providing patrons with seeds and biodegradable planters for when it’s time to transplant your plant to garden! Available from the Fletcher library circulation desk or through curbside pick-up while supplies last.

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Nature Observation Field Journals Grab and Go

Each kit includes a small journal, a color change pen, and a guide to get you started sketching and writing about the natural world. Available from the Fletcher library circulation desk or through curbside pick-up while supplies last.

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Grab N’ Go Activity Bags

Grab N’ Go Activity Bags

Available:

Monday – Saturday

9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Ask at the Front Desk or through Curbside Service

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Terry Grab-and-Go Crafts

Visit the Terry Library and pickup a craft bag. There will be a variety throughout the month. Find out when to pickup by checking the schedule below.

While supplies last!

April crafts (subject to change)
Preschoolers (ages 3-5) 
1st week: lunch sack kites
2nd week: nature suncatchers
3rd week: grass hair
4th week: nature mobiles

Kids (ages 6-12)
1st week: pom-pom caterpillars
3rd week: rain cloud and sunshine paper craft

Teens (ages 13-18)
2nd week: origami Yoda
4th week: DYI upcycled art

Adults
All month: grab-and-go seed packets

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Food For Good Supper

The Nixon Library Serves an afterschool meal

Monday – Friday

4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

18 years and younger

Available at the Front Desk

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Arkansas Sounds Presents: a Jim Ed Brown tribute

Join us every Thursday for Arkansas Sounds Presents, a free online watch party of Arkansas music and culture.

On Thursday, April 1 at 7 p.m. CST, CALS Arkansas Sounds Presents a birthday tribute to legendary Arkansas country music giant, Jim Ed Brown! Jim Ed Brown was a country singer-songwriter who rose fame in the 1950s with his two sisters as a member of The Browns. Brown, a long-time member of the Grand Ole Opry and a 2015 inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame,

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Virtual BingoFlix: The Terminator (1984, R)

Join us ALL April long for Virtual BingoFlix! Play bingo along to cheesy movie cliches during a virtual watch party for your chance to win a free movie pass to the theater once we reopen. This month we’re featuring the best of 80s action!

On Friday, April 2, join us for The Terminator (1984, R)! Disguised as a human, a cyborg assassin known as a Terminator travels from 2029 to 1984 to kill Sarah Connor.

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Food For Good Lunch

The Nixon Library Serves Lunch

Saturdays

11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

18 years and younger

Available at the Front Desk

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Love your Mother (Earth) Grab and Go bags

Beeswax Food Wraps & Blackout Poetry: Love your Mother (Earth), and waste not, want not. Plastic-free food storage and writing-free poetry! Let this kit inspire you to reduce, re-use, and recycle. For adults 16+ on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last. Kits available starting Monday, April 5, 2021.

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Braver Angels: Media & Polarization Panel

Please join us on Monday April 5 via Zoom from 6:30-8 PM for a stellar panel discussion on the media and its influence (good or bad) on political polarization. Guests will include Philip Martin of the Democrat Gazette; Donna Stephens, UCA journalism professor; Gwen Moritz, editor of Arkansas Business; and Wesley Brown, publisher of the Daily Record.  This program is sponsored by Braver Angels Arkansas, UA Little Rock Dept. of Applied Communications, and the Main Library of the Central Arkansas Library System.
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Confused About COVID? Re-Opening With Resiliency

As we re-enter our buildings after the pandemic, what building systems can be addressed to reduce the spread of COVID-19 from airborne particles and surface transmission? This research-based presentation will explore many strategies as well as their impact on efficiency and operation of buildings, occupant wellness, marketing, and occupant perceptions of health: Air Dilution, Advanced Filtration, UV Lighting, Confirmed Infectious Disease Cleaning, Re-Entry Certifications, and Contamination Mitigation Strategies like Touchless Surfaces, Space Layout and Usage BMP’s, Green Cleaning, and Building Performance Dashboards.

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Story Walk: Bird Watch

Story Walk:

9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Bird Watch by Christie Matheson

Craft available at Front Desk or through Curbside Service

 

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Virtual Mother Goose on the Loose Baby Storytime

Read, sing and play with Ms. Kathy from Maumelle Library! This week’s storytime will be about butterflies

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Beyond the Idea – Startups and Their Stories: Garbo Hearne

Join us as we visit with Garbo Hearne, director and owner of Pyramid Art, Books & Custom Framing and Hearne Fine Art Gallery, and learn more about her story from idea to execution. She’ll share with us the business advice and tips she’s gleaned over the years heading one of the most successful and well-known Black-owned businesses in Central Arkansas.

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Beyond the Idea is an event that allows entrepreneurs to share their stories – which include how to turn an idea into reality,

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Your Digital Library: Movies, Music, and More

Don't miss out on free stuff your library card unlocks. Learn to access great music, movies, and shows on your phone, computer, or tablet.
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Dina L. Cisneros

Este programa es parte de Literary Bridges/Puentes Literarios Arkansas-México, una colaboración entre el Sistema de Bibliotecas de Arkansas Central y el Consulado de México en Little Rock para fomentar el intercambio cultural y bilingüe entre nuestros usuarios.

This program is part of Literary Bridges/Puentes Literarios Arkansas-Mexico, a programming partnership between the Central Arkansas Library System and the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock to encourage cultural and bilingual interaction amongst our patrons.

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Dina Lizette López Cisneros

Is from Michoacán,

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Virtual BingoFlix: Code of Silence (1985, R)

Join us ALL April long for Virtual BingoFlix! Play bingo along to cheesy movie cliches during a virtual watch party for your chance to win a free movie pass to the theater once we reopen. This month we’re featuring the best of 80s action!

On Tuesday, April 6, join us for Code of Silence (1985, R)! Chuck Norris stars as Sgt. Eddie Cusack, a policeman caught in a gang war when he decides to take down an irresponsible colleague.

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CALS Library Giving Day 2021

CALS has been an essential resource throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, offering meals for kids, curbside library services, virtual programming, and much more. Celebrate and support your library with a donation on Library Giving Day.

This one-day online fundraising event will occur on April 7 and will help us strengthen our community and continue to transform lives every day.

Donate now until April 7 by visiting www.justgiving.com/campaign/CALS-LibraryGivingDay2021.

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Memoir Writing for Seniors: How to Write Your Story

Presented by CALS Writing Circle, 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.

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.

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Eugene Richards: Book discussion of THE DAY I WAS BORN

CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies Presents LEGACIES & LUNCH

Book discussion of the day I was born

Speaker: Eugene Richards

Author and photographer Eugene Richards will discuss his latest book, the day I was born, which tells the stories of six men and women living out their lives in the memory-laden Mississippi Delta of Arkansas. 

Eugene Richards is photographer,

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Be Mighty Goes Green with the Root Café

Come learn about the environmental benefits of eating locally sourced fruits and vegetables with Be Mighty Little Rock and Kim Forte from the Root Café.

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A Conversation Worth Having: James Baldwin vs. William F. Buckley (1965)

“If a conversation is hard, it’s probably one worth having.”

Join us for A Conversation Worth Having: a part of our Civil Rights & Social Change Collection.

Each week is an opportunity for conversation! Every Wednesday this April we’re hosting a watch party of different discussions between Civil Rights leaders of the 60s, 70s, and 80s, including James Baldwin, John H. Clarke, Amiri Baraka, Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan, George Simmonds,

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Plan a Garden

Learn different aspects of gardening. For ages 5-16.

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Arkansas Sounds Presents: an Al Green tribute

Join us every Thursday for Arkansas Sounds Presents, a free online watch party of Arkansas music and culture.

On Thursday, April 8 at 7 p.m. CST, CALS Arkansas Sounds presents a tribute to Arkansas soul, pop, and gospel music icon, Al Green! Al Green is a legendary singer, songwriter, and record producer who has sold more than 25 million records and won 11 Grammy Awards, including a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Teen Time: Mr. Dan’s Real World

Is reducing and recycling unavailable and, at some times, unattainable? Never fear, smol patrons! Mr. Dan is here with tips on how to reuse everyday items!

Instagram: cals_teens

YouTube: CALS Teens

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Virtual BingoFlix: Braddock: Missing in Action III (1988, R)

Join us ALL April long for Virtual BingoFlix! Play bingo along to cheesy movie cliches during a virtual watch party for your chance to win a free movie pass to the theater once we reopen. This month we’re featuring the best of 80s action!

On Friday, April 9, join us for Braddock: Missing in Action III (1988, R)! When Colonel James Braddock is told that his Asian wife and 12-year-old son are still alive in Communist Vietnam,

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CALS Writing Circle: Writing all Year Workshop Group

Are you looking for a writing workshop group? Presented by CALS Writing Circle and 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 and genres are welcome. Free.

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Conservation for Kids: Go Green With CALS

Join us via zoom and our special guest from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission as we learn about conservation in Arkansas and how we can help.

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Myths and Facts About Energy Efficiency

As the human population grows, so too does their energy usage. We’re using fossil fuels such as oil and coal at unsustainable rates. Energy production using renewable sources is increasing, but not as fast as it should be. In order to avoid large-scale energy shortages that could cause innumerable problems, it is important for consumers to put more of their efforts toward increasing their energy efficiency. There are, however, a number of persisting myths relating to energy efficiency that prevent many from doing all that they could be.

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Learn from Home: Fall Prevention and Home Safety

Join us on Zoom for a community educational program! The Arkansas Geriatric Education Collaborative at UAMS is hosting this event in collaboration with the Central Arkansas Library System and the Arkansas State Library. The AGEC will present a free educational program to learn about how to identify and prevent the risk of falls, the physical and mental consequences of falling, resources for safety checks, and exercises for fall prevention.
There will be a Q&A at the end of the presentation.

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Cooking Matters at Home: Drink to Your Health

April 13: Drink to Your Health: Tasty, Lower Sugar Choices for Kids and Caregivers

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Stop the mealtime madness! Join us for Cooking Matters at Home and learn to prepare delicious, affordable meals the whole family will enjoy. In each 30-minute group discussion, we’ll talk about different ideas for saving money while cooking tasty family meals at home. These online classes will be held over Zoom, so you will need either a stable internet or phone connection.

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Virtual BingoFlix: RoboCop (1987, R)

Join us ALL April long for Virtual BingoFlix! Play bingo along to cheesy movie cliches during a virtual watch party for your chance to win a free movie pass to the theater once we reopen. This month we’re featuring the best of 80s action!

On Tuesday, April 13, join us for RoboCop (1987, R)! In a violent, near-apocalyptic Detroit, evil corporation Omni Consumer Products wins a contract from the city government to privatize the police force.

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Be Mighty Goes Green with Arkansas Potluck Food Rescue

Come learn how reducing food waste is good for the environment with Sylvia Blain from Potluck Food Rescue Arkansas and Be Mighty Little Rock.

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A Conversation Worth Having: A Black Paper on White Racism (1971)

“If a conversation is hard, it’s probably one worth having.”

Join us for A Conversation Worth Having: a part of our Civil Rights & Social Change Collection.

Each week is an opportunity for conversation! Every Wednesday this April we’re hosting a watch party of different discussions between Civil Rights leaders of the 60s, 70s, and 80s, including James Baldwin, John H. Clarke, Amiri Baraka, Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan, George Simmonds,

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Operating Agreements Workshop

This event is part of the Rock It! Lab series of entrepreneurial programming.

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Do you have a small business, or have you ever thought about starting one? If so, you’re in luck! ReMix Ideas, the Central Arkansas Library system, and the Business Innovations Clinic of the UALR Bowen School of Law have collaborated to bring you and your business an informational workshop on one of the most crucial components of any successful business: the operating agreement.

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Calculating Your Small Business Startup Costs

This program is going to cover the basics of calculating Small Business startup costs to help potential Small Business owners attract investors, request funding, and create a timeline where they can estimate a return profit. The recorded program will be available on our CALS YouTube Channel. There will be a part two to this program titled “Funding Your Small Business” that will be uploaded on YouTube on Wednesday, May 5th at 3:30 (CST).

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Arkansas Sounds Presents: a Wanda Jackson tribute

Join us every Thursday for Arkansas Sounds Presents, a free online watch party of Arkansas music and culture.

On Thursday, April 15 at 7 p.m. CST, CALS Arkansas Sounds presents our Third Thursday Throwback with a performance from The Queen of Rockabilly, Wanda Jackson! Our playlist throws us back to an April 2018 concert by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Wanda Jackson at the CALS Ron Robinson Theater.

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Take ‘N Make: Craft along on Zoom

Enjoy crafting with us on zoom every third Thursday of the month from 6-7 PM. Pick up one of our craft kits at Main Library for all the supplies you'll need. Please register to participate: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZModeirqjgsHtZ67AGFZDdcbGBbP1cZV2yw
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Virtual BingoFlix: The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (1984, PG)

Join us ALL April long for Virtual BingoFlix! Play bingo along to cheesy movie cliches during a virtual watch party for your chance to win a free movie pass to the theater once we reopen. This month we’re featuring the best of 80s action!

On Friday, April 16, join us for The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (1984, PG)! Buckaroo Banzai is caught with his trusted allies,

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Friday Family Fun Night Trivia

Join us every 3rd Friday night for Friday Family Fun Night Trivia via Zoom!   A $25 gift card will be awarded to the winning team each month! April 16- EARTH DAY TRIVIA CALS Adult Programs is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Friday Family Fun Night Trivia
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Love Your Parks Cleanup at Boyle Park

Show your love of Little Rock Parks and help clean up Boyle Park. 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. Boyle Park is located at 2000 Boyle Park Rd. We will meet at Pavillion 1. Please dress appropriately, wear sunscreen, and bring a water bottle and snacks if you need it.
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Virtual Family Storytime

Families can read, sing and play with Ms. Kathy from Maumelle Library! This week’s storytime will be about the importance of insects.

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