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Printable Calendars-at-a-Glance:  May 2018

Location

May Events

Date

Time

Windsor Branch   Asian Pacific Heritage Month Trivia May 2018All Open Hours
Main Library   Toddler Time Tuesday, May 1st 10:00a.m.
Dallas Branch   Storytime @ Dallas Wednesday, May 2nd 10:30a.m.
Main Library   Storytime Thursday, May 3rd 10:00a.m.
Main Library   Storytime Thursday, May 3rd 10:00a.m.
Windsor Branch  Power Parenting: Bullying 101 Thursday, May 3rd 6:00p.m.
Main Library  "My City is a Fort" Book signing and celebration Thursday, May 3rd6:30p.m.-8:30p.m.
Miller Branch  Storytime @ Miller Friday, May 4th10:00a.m.
Main Library   Friends of the Library Annual Used Book Sale: Mostly Fiction! Saturday, May 5th & Sunday May 6th10:00a.m.-5:00p.m., 1:00p.m.-5:00p.m.
Windsor Branch  Storytime @ Windsor Monday, May 7th10:00a.m.
Miller Branch  Laptime Storytime @ Miller Monday, May 7th10:30a.m.
Main Library  Toddler Time Tuesday, May 8th10:00a.m.
Main Library  The Book Lover's Club (for adults) Tuesday, May 8th 10:15a.m.
Dallas Branch  Storytime @ Dallas Wednesday, May 9th10:30a.m.
Main Library  Storytime Thursday, May 10th10:00a.m.
Miller Branch  Storytime @ Miller Friday, May 11th 10:00a.m.
Windsor Branch  Storytime @ Windsor Monday, May 14th10:00a.m.
Miller Branch  Laptime Storytime @ Miller Monday, May 14th10:30a.m.
Main Library  Teen Lounge: Game Night Monday, May 14th 3:30p.m.-5:30p.m.
Main Library  Toddler Time Tuesday, May 15th 10:00a.m.
Dallas Branch  Storytime @ Dallas Wednesday, May 16th10:30a.m.
Main Library  Fort Smith Public Library Writing Club Wednesday, May 16th 4:00p.m.-5:00p.m.
Main Library  Storytime Thursday, May 17th 10:00a.m.
Main Library  Authors in the Afternoon featuring Debra Armbruster Thursday, May 17th 4:00p.m.-6:00p.m.
Main Library  Open Mic Night @ Dewey's Cafe' Thursday, May 17th 7:00p.m.
Miller Branch  Storytime @ Miller Friday, May 18th 10:00a.m.
Main Library  Authors in the Afternoon featuring E.A. Allen Friday, May 18th 4:00p.m.-6:00p.m.
Windsor Branch  DIY Bride Idea Exchange Saturday, May 19th 2:00p.m.-3:30p.m.
Windsor Branch   Storytime @ Windsor Monday, May 21st 10:00a.m.
Miller Branch   Laptime Storytime Monday, May 21st 10:30a.m.
Main Library  Lego Club: Surprise Me! Monday, May 21st 5:00p.m.-6:00p.m.
Main Library  Toddler Time Tuesday, May 22nd 10:00a.m.
Main Library   Doc Night: Last Men in Aleppo (NR) Tuesday, May 22nd 6:00p.m.
Dallas Branch  Storytime @ Dallas Wednesday, May 23rd 10:30a.m.
Main Library  Storytime Thursday, May 24th 10:00a.m.
Miller Branch  Storytime @ Miller Friday, May 25th 10:00a.m.
Windsor Branch  Robot Races Friday, May 25th 2:00p.m.-3:30p.m.
Main Library  Teen Movie Matinee: "Everything, Everything" (PG-13) Friday, May 25th 2:00p.m.-4:30p.m.
Main Library  Toddler Time Tuesday, May 29th 10:00a.m.
Miller Branch  Graffiti Sidewalk Art Wednesday, May 30th 9:00a.m.-6:00p.m.
Dallas Branch   Storytime @ Dallas Wednesday, May 30th 10:30a.m.
Main Library   Storytime Thursday, May 31st 10:00a.m.
Miller Branch   Adult Crafty Corner Thursday, May 31st 2:00p.m.-3:00p.m.
Miller Branch   Family Dance Party Friday, June 1st 3:00p.m.-4:00p.m.
Main Library   Super Saturday: Concert with Brian Kinder and Ms. Terri! Saturday, June 2nd 10:30a.m.
Dallas Branch  Harry Potter Day Monday, June 4th 1:00p.m.-3:00p.m.
Miller Branch   Baby Signs Tuesday, June 5th 10:00a.m.-10:30a.m.
Main Library   Wonderful Wednesday: Concert with Don Bailey Jazz Ensemble Wednesday, June 6th 2:00p.m.
Dallas Branch   Wild West Wednesday Wednesday, June 6th 2:00p.m.
Miller Branch  Crow, Chirp, & Braaaa-ay (National History Educational Company of the MidSouth) Friday, June 8th 10:00a.m.
Windsor Branch  Crow, Chirp, & Braaaa-ay (National History Educational Company of the MidSouth) Friday, June 8th 1:00p.m.
Dallas Branch  Crow, Chirp, & Braaaa-ay (National History Educational Company of the MidSouth) Friday, June 8th 4:00p.m.

Location

Artwork @ FSPL

Month

Hours

Main Library  Art Exhibition: Stacy Bates May-June 2018All Open Hours
Dewey's Cafe'  Art Exhibition: Photography by Diana Elkins April 2018All Open Hours
Miller Branch  Miller Branch Library Artist of the Month- Lisabeth Lockhart May 2018All Open Hours

Location On-Going Events @ FSPL Dates Hours
Main Library Friends of the Library
Annual Book Sales
multiple dates
(See Below)
varying hours
(See Below)
Main Library FSPL Storytimes regular weekly dates
(See Below)
regular weekly times
(See Below)

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May 2018



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Asian Pacific Heritage Month Trivia
May 2018 All Open Hours

Adults and teens are invited to drop by the Windsor Branch of the Fort Smith Public Library during Asian Pacific Heritage Month and test their Asian Heritage knowledge. Pick up a trivia sheet, complete it, and turn in at the front desk for a chance to win a $10 Books-A-Million gift card. Don't forget to check out books and other materials, too!

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479)785-0405


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Power Parenting: Bullying 101
Thursday, May 3rd 6:00p.m.

Power Parenting: Bullying 101

Child Care Aware of NWA will present powerful information to parents about bullying. Parents will be taught the warning signs of bullying, how to identify if their child is the bully, and how to put an end to it. A storytime and craft will be provided for younger children accompanying parents to the program.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479)785-0405


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"My City is a Fort" Book Signing and Celebration
Thursday, May 3rd 6:30p.m.-8:00p.m.

Meet author Kathy Watson and illustrator Stacy Bates as we celebrate the publication of "My City is a Fort", a new children's book created in commemoration of Fort Smith's bicentennial. Stemming from the concept that everyone builds forts throughout their lives, the book follows a group of children as they build their own fort and explore different places around Fort Smith. Copies of the book will be available for sale and signing by both the author and the illustrator. Light refreshments will be served. Attendance is free but RSVP to ccosta@swtimes.com is requested.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229


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Friends of the Library Annual Used Book Sale: Mostly Fiction!
Saturday, May 5th and Sunday, May 6th

Mostly fiction! The spring edition of the annual Friends of the Library Used Book Sale features mostly fiction selections for adults.

Hardbacks and paperbacks from your favorite authors will be available, along with a selection of videos and audiobooks. A "non-fiction" sale will be held in August and a "children's" sale in October. Most paperbacks are 50 cents and most hardback books are $1. The sale will continue Saturday with all remaining titles 1/2 price, then book clearance begins Monday, May 7th with remaining items priced by the bag!

Proceeds from the sale are used to buy library materials and fun library special events and projects. Members of the Friends of the Fort Smith Public Library may come to the exclusibe Friends-only Preview Sale on Friday, May 4th, from 4:00p.m.-7:00p.m. There will be a 25-book limit at the preview sale. Friends of the Library memberships start at $10 and will be for sale at the preview sale. For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229


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The Book Lover's Club (for adults)
Thursday, May 8th 10:15a.m.

Read a good book lately? Come tell us about it at The Book Lover's Club (for adults)! The only requirement for the club is that you must love to read. Read whatever you like, fiction or non-fiction, and come give us a short report (on up to three titles). The Book Lover's Club meets the second Tuesday of every month at the Main library. Come meet more people like you! Bring a friend and a good book and join us at The Book Lover's Club.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229


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Teen Lounge: Game Night
Monday, May 14th 3:30p.m.-5:30p.m.

Looking for something to do after school? Play video games, board games, and enjoy snacks at Teen Lounge. Don't miss your chance to sign up early for the Teen Summer Reading Lottery; teens who sign up early will recieve an extra drawing entry for the grand prize, a Kindle Fire! All junior and senior high school students are welcome!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229


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Fort Smith Public Library Writing Club
Wednesday, May 16th 4:00p.m.-5:00p.m.

Read a good book lately? Come tell us about it at The Book Lover's Club (for adults)! The only requirement for the club is that you must love to read. Read whatever you like, fiction or non-fiction, and come give us a short report (on up to three titles). The Book Lover's Club meets the second Tuesday of every month at the main library. Come meet more people like you! Bring a good friend and a good book and join us at The Book Lover's Club.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229


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Authors in the Afternoon featuring Debra Armbruster
Thursday, May 17th 4:00p.m.-6:00p.m.

Barling author and illustrator Debra Armbruster will make a special appearance at the Fort Smith Public Library to promote and sign copies of her children's book, "Patches' New Name".

The picture book is about a kitten who is adopted by a new family, who loves him and takes care of his needs. Katelyn, the little girl in the adoptive family, spends valuable time with Patches. In the beginning, the kitten misses his family, but over time learns to love his new one.

Debra wrote "Patches' New Name" for both children and adults who have been adopted, been in the foster care system, or have been taken of by people other than their parents due to unforseen circumstances. She hopes you enjoy this sweet yet deep children's book. Copies of the book and others in the series will be available for sale and signing at this open-house style event.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229


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Open Mic Night @ Dewey's Cafe
Thursday, May 17th 7:00p.m.

Join us for a fun, casual open mic night celebrating National Library Week at Dewey's Cafe'. Musicians, poets, and other talented folks are invited to perform. Sign up at the door; arrive early to ensure a spot on the list. Showcase your talent or just come and listen. Music or poetry does not have to be original work- come and share a favorite poem or musical piece with us! Acoustic music only please. We look forward to seeing you! All purchases made at the cafe' support the Fort Smith Public Library. Please note the special date for our National Library Week Open Mic Night. For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229


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Authors in the Afternoon featuring E. A. Allen
Friday, May 18th 4:00p.m.-6:00p.m.

Mystery writer E.A. Allen will make a special appearance at the Fort Smith Public Library to promote and sign copies of his latest novels, "When Beggars Die" and "Shadows on a Distant Shore".

E.A. Allen is a farmer, history professor, and CIA intelligence officer. When not out chasing straying cows who have no respect for fences or tracking down undergraduates who have to respect for assignment deadlines, he is usually at his desk, penning the next "Montclaire Mystery".

Those yarns-which now include two novels and over fifteen short stories- featuring intrigue, revenge, jealousy, espionage, political corruption, and international conspiracy- just the ingredients that make for a deliciously evil soup. The author gets his greatest thrill when new readers taste the genius of Gerard de Montclaire, the greatest detective of the Belle Epoque, as he navigates problems that would make the likes of Sherlock Holmes, Arsene Lupin, and Hercule Poirot shudder with dread and cringe with self-doubt. Copies of his books will be available for sale and signing at this open-house style event.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229


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DIY Bride Idea Exchange
Saturday, May 19th 2:00-3:30p.m.

Here comes the bride-to-be! Bring your ideas ready to share with other brides and explore DIY wedding ideas that help you save a buck and make you look like you spent a fortune. Be a resourceful bride and get crafty with the Windsor Branch Library.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405


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Lego Club: Surprise Me!
Monday, May 21st 5:00p.m.-6:00p.m.

Kids, tweens, and teens are invited to the Main Library to design, create, and build unique creations with the Lego Club! This month's theme is Earth Day! Everyone loves Legos. This event is free and supplies are provided- just bring your imagination!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229


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Doc Night: Last Men in Aleppo (NR)
Tuesday, May 22nd 6:00p.m.

Follow three Syrian "White Helmets" voluntarily taking on the role of emergency servicemen in war-torn Aleppo. Watch as these men grapple with the chaos around them and struggle with an ever-present delimma: do they flee with their families or stay and fight for their country?

Join us for a harrowing and beautiful documentary about human struggle and bravery. This film is not rated.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229


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Robot Races
Friday, May 25th 2:00p.m.-3:30p.m.

Kids, teens, and tweens; spend your first day out of school at your neighborhood library. Come to the Windsor Branch to see if you have what it takes to race robots on our obstacle course. The person with the fastest time will win the ultimate library swag bag.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405


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Teen Movie Matinee: "Everything, Everything" (PG-13)
Friday, May 25th 2:00p.m.-4:30p.m.

School's out and summer has officially started! Treat yourself to a lazy day at the library, and watch a screening of Everything, Everything (PG-13). In this movie adaption of Nicola Yoon's YA novel, Maddy is unable to leave her home because she has an immunodeficiency that makes her allergic to almost everything. However, her life changes for the better when she beings to communicate with Olly, the boy next door. Popcorn and drinks are provided at this free program for teens!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229


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Graffiti Sidewalk Art
Wednesday, May 30th 9:00a.m.-6:00p.m.

The Miller Branch Library invites you to put your creativity to work by helping decorate the library's sidewalks. Weather permitting, everyone is invited to get artistic by decorating a sidewalk square with chalk. Chalk is provided, just bring your imagination!

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945


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Adult Crafty Corner
Friday, May 31st 2:00p.m.-3:00p.m.

Adults can be crafty, too! Rediscover your creative spark by joining the Miller Branch Library for an easy craft to take home with you. This month, participants will be making picture magnets. The library will provide magazines, maps, and other items that can be made into magnets. Participants are also welcome to bring any other pictures they would like to use. No registration is required for this free program for adults.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945


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Family Dance Party
Friday, June 1st 3:00p.m.-4:00p.m.

Help us kick off the Summer Reading Program with a dance party! Put on your dancing shoes and bring the whole family to this fun, interactive program at the Miller Branch Library. We will be shaking our sillies out with music, movement, and other fun activities at this free program for kids of all ages and their families.

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945


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Super Saturday:Concert with Brian Kinder & Ms. Terri
Saturday, June 2nd 10:30a.m.

Join us for Super Saturday this week with the musically talented Brian and Terri Kinder. Stop by for a kid-friendly, lively, and interactive afternoon concert. Combining guitar and banjo playing talents and whimsical song writing skills, this show will amuse and entertain children of all ages. Kids of all ages will laugh and sing, dance and clap along with the music. Treat your children as well as yourself to a wonderful 45 minute performance of original good time music for kids, written and performed by Brian and Terri Kinder.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229


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Harry Potter Day
Monday, June 4th 1:00p.m.-3:00p.m.

Welcome Wizards, Witches, and Muggles of all ages to our magical Harry Potter Day! Come and be sorted and find out which house you belong to, compete against your friends in Quidditch, take a picture in Hogwarts, enter platform 9 3/4 to rest and watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (PG-13) and earn house points to enter for prizes.

For more information, please call the Dallas Branch at (479) 484-5650


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Baby Signs
Tuesday, May 5th 10:00a.m.-10:30a.m.

Sha Johnson will lead this four week baby sign language class meeting every Tuesday in June at 10a.m. Each week, we will cover a different topic: family, animals, food and hygiene. Caregivers are invited to bring their baby (0-24 months) along for these interactive and FREE classes!

For more information, please call the Miller Branch at (479) 646-3945


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Wonderful Wednesday: Concert with the Don Bailey Jazz Ensemble
Wednesday, June 6th 2:00p.m.

Our special Wonderful Wednesday guests this week will be the Don Bailey Jazz Ensemble. The concert will feature a variety of jazz swing tunes and standards from all eras- also some rock, blues, and Latin jazz!

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229


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Wild West Wednesday
Wednesday, June 6th 2:00p.m.

Are you curious about Fort Smith's western roots? If so, bring your friends and family and join the Fort Smith Public Library in celebrating Wild West Wednesday! The library will offer four opportunities to meet Judge Parker, Mary Parker, Bass Reeves, and others in this celebration of Fort Smith's Bicentennial. Other program dates are June 13th- Main Library, June 20th- Miller Branch Library, and June 27th- Windsor Branch Library. Join us as history comes alive through literature, storytelling, and historical artifacts.

For more information, please call the Dallas Branch at (479) 484-5650


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Crow, Chirp, and Braaaa-ay
Friday, June 8th 10:00a.m.

Back by popular demand! The Natural History Educational Company of the Midsouth (NHECM) returns this year with some of their most popular and more "hands-on" exhibits.

The audience will explore up close how these LIVE animals make their own music and the importance it has on our social network. Plan to meet a baby pygmie goat, silkie chicken, angora rabbit, and prairie dog and more! Bring your friends and family to discover how these aniamls can make the library rock! The primary focus of the NHECM is on education through an appreciation for wildlife and healthy respect for their welfare and our natural world.

For more information, please call the Main Library at (479) 783-0229


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Crow, Chirp, and Braaaa-ay
Friday, June 8th 10:00a.m.

Back by popular demand! The Natural History Educational Company of the Midsouth (NHECM) returns this year with some of their most popular and more "hands-on" exhibits.

The audience will explore up close how these LIVE animals make their own music and the importance it has on our social network. Plan to meet a baby pygmie goat, silkie chicken, angora rabbit, and prairie dog and more! Bring your friends and family to discover how these aniamls can make the library rock! The primary focus of the NHECM is on education through an appreciation for wildlife and healthy respect for their welfare and our natural world.

For more information, please call the Windsor Branch at (479) 785-0405


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Crow, Chirp, and Braaaa-ay
Friday, June 8th 10:00a.m.

Back by popular demand! The Natural History Educational Company of the Midsouth (NHECM) returns this year with some of their most popular and more "hands-on" exhibits.

The audience will explore up close how these LIVE animals make their own music and the importance it has on our social network. Plan to meet a baby pygmie goat, silkie chicken, angora rabbit, and prairie dog and more! Bring your friends and family to discover how these aniamls can make the library rock! The primary focus of the NHECM is on education through an appreciation for wildlife and healthy respect for their welfare and our natural world.

For more information, please call the Dallas Branch at (479) 484-5650

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Storytime @ the Library


Location

Storytime Programs

Day

Time

Windsor  Storytime
  with Louise Turner
Mondays10:00a.m.
Miller  Laptime Storytime (Ages 0-24 months)
  with Tiffany Nelson
Mondays10:30a.m.
Main  Toddler Time (Ages 3 and under) Tuesdays10:00a.m.
Dallas  Storytime Wednesdays10:30a.m.
Main  Preschool Storytime (Ages 3 to 5) Thursdays10:00a.m.
Windsor  School Age Storytime Thursdays
(June-August)
10:00a.m.
Miller  Storytime with Tiffany Nelson Fridays10:00a.m.


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Friends of the Library Events


Fort Smith Public Library's Annual Friends of the Library Booksales
Annual programs: 2018 Dates:
  • Fiction: Saturday, May 5th and Sunday, May 6th-- All OPEN Hours
  • Mostly Non-Fiction: Saturday, August 25th and Sunday, August 26th-- All OPEN Hours
  • Children's and Young Adults Sale: October 26th-October 29th (tentative dates)-- All OPEN Hours
  • Rare and Vintage Sale: December 3rd through December 9th-- All OPEN Hours

    The Friends of the Library Used Book Sale is bigger and better than ever! Our Annual Friends of the Library Used Book Sale requires two separate events. So, we are now selling Mostly Fiction in May with a Mostly Non-Fiction Sale in August.

    In May, works of fiction for children and adults will be on sale, along with a selection of music CDs, videos, and books on tape.

    In August, Shop thousands of non-fiction selections for adults including hardbacks and paperbacks from your favorite authors and on your favorite topics. Most paperbacks are 25 cents and most hardback books are $1.00. New this year: the sale will continue Sunday with all remaining titles half-price, then book clearance begins Monday, August 28th with remaining items priced by the bag!

    Proceeds from the sale are used to buy library materials and fund library special events and projects. Members of the Friends of the Fort Smith Public Library may come to the exclusive Friends-only Preview Sale on the Friday afternoon preceding the sale from 4:00-7:00p.m. There will be a 25 book limit at the preview sale. Friends of the Library memberships start at $10.00 and will be for sale at the Preview Sale.

    And remember...we have an excellent selection of used books for sale year round in our Friends of the Library used book store, Between the Pages, and at ALL of our FSPL branches.

    For more information, please call (479)783-0229.


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    Artwork @ Main
    May-June 2018 Art Exhibition: Stacy Bates

    The artwork of Stacy Bates will be on display in the Community Room of the Main Library during the months of May and June.

    Stacy (Stacy Bee Art) is an artist and art teacher from Fort Smith, Arkansas. Graduating with a BA degree in Art and a minor in Education from the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, she returned to Fort Smith where she now lives with her husband and teaches elementary art at both Woods and Beard Elementary schools.

    Her work specializes in creating pen and ink illustrations, along with murals, that combine her two favorite styles- drawing and printmaking. Her work appears on a variety of projects, from gig posters for musical acts to Arkansas-themed murals in Arkansas and Oklahoma. Her illustrations have been features in six seperate books, including the bicentennial children's book for Fort Smith called "My City is a Fort", currently available for preview and pre-order on www.timesrecordbooks.com.

    Artwork is available for viewing all library hours when meetings are not being held in the Community Room.

    For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229.


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    Artwork @ Dewey's Cafe'
    April 2018 Art Exhibition: Photography by Dianna Elkins

    An exhibit of the photographic works of Dianna Elkins will be featured in Dewey's Cafe' at the Fort Smith Public Library during the month of April.

    The retired founder/director of First Place Academy, Dianna's love for photography goes back to her school days working for a newspaper and developing pictures in the dark room. In her retirement, she and her husband have had the opportunity to enjoy camping and the mountains, traveling to beautiful Alaska and the Canadian Rockies.

    Dianna's favorite place is still Arkansas, where she believes no one else can compare. She loves to photograph the seasonal changes, waterfalls, old barns, churches, and places that have long been forgotten.

    Dianna's photography has been on display in a variety of Arkansas businesses and featured on commercial web sites. She and her family live in Van Buren; she has four grandchildren that she loves photographing. Dianna's strongest passion is to strive to capture God's natural beauty and incredible creations.

    Artwork is available for viewing all hours that the library is open.

    For more information, please call the Main Library at (479)783-0229.


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    Artwork @ Miller
    May 2018 Miller Branch Artist of the Month: Lisabeth Lockhart

    Lisabeth Lockhart will display her vividly colored paintings at the Miller Branch Library during the month of May.

    In search of a hobby, Lisabeth began experimenting and learning to paint with acrylics upon retirement.

    The exhibit will feature a variety of subjects but will mainly focus on brightly colored folk art.

    Artwork is available for viewing all hours that the library is open.

    For more information, please call the Miller Branch Library at (479)646-3945.


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