Williams Library Upcoming Events

Event

A Better Me Book Club

Each month participants read a selected Inspirational or Self-Help title and discuss it together.

These are the titles that will be picked up each month to read and discuss at the following month’s meet up:

March | The Year of Magical Thinking

April | Tiny Beautiful Things

May | The Happiness Project

June | The 48 Laws of Power

July | Eat Pray Love

Event

A Better Me Book Club

Each month participants read a selected Inspirational or Self-Help title and discuss it together.

These are the titles that will be picked up each month to read and discuss at the following month’s meet up:

March | The Year of Magical Thinking

April | Tiny Beautiful Things

May | The Happiness Project

June | The 48 Laws of Power

July | Eat Pray Love

Event

Finding Family Facts

Join us for a beginner’s genealogy class taught by Rhonda Stewart, local history and genealogy expert, from the CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. 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.

Event

Craft Sense

Adult arts & crafts program.


TODAY'S HOURS

Phone

501-376-4282

Calendar

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Library Manager

Latina Sheard

Hours of Operation

  • Mon 10:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Tue 10:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Wed 10:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Thu 10:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Fri 10:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Sat 10:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Sun CLOSED

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Public Transit

Route 16 U.A.L.R. Live Map
Inbound Stop #13333 Wright Ave. & Chester St.
Outbound Stop #12744 Wright Ave. & Chester St.
Saturday Service
Sunday Service
Route 11 M.L. King Live Map
Inbound Stop #12746 MLK Dr. & Wright Ave.
Outbound Stop #10606 MLK Dr. & Wright Ave.
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Sunday Service
Route 14 Rosedale Live Map
Inbound Stop #13256 Charles Bussey Ave. & Chester St.
Outbound Stop #12594 Charles Bussey Ave. & Chester St.
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Sunday Service

About the Library

Sue Cowan Williams Library was constructed in 1997 in downtown Little Rock. In addition to a wide selection of books and audio/visual items, the 8,500-square-feet facility offers public computers, wireless Internet access, and a public meeting room. Williams offers a wide range of programs for children and teens.

Point of Interest

Sue Cowan Williams

Sue Cowan Williams represented African-American teachers in the Little Rock School District as the plaintiff in the case challenging the rate of salaries allotted to teachers in the district based solely on skin color. The tenth library in the Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) is named after her. It was the most expensive building constructed to date in the library system and appropriately serves the community near the historic Dunbar High School building.

All branches and buildings of the Central Arkansas Library System will close at 5pm today, Saturday, December 7.