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The Boone Carlon group entertains with down-home music in the rotunda.
Ceramic artist Conrad Snider talks about making six-foot high clay vessels on Saturday morning.
Artist Pat Lappin demonstrates her watercolor technique on Saturday.
One of the many youngsters who enjoyed the crafts and fun
in the children's department at the opening on Saturday.
Native American flutist Mary Sarvis entertains patrons in Genealogy.
Missouri artist George Paige works with kids on Saturday to build a wall hanging.
This sculpture, on display on the second floor, is on loan from George Paige.
The Irish Dancers performed in the rotunda on Saturday.
Children put stars on the floor cloth map to show where they live in Fort Smith.
The Periodicals area on the second floor has lots of good places to sit, read, and enjoy the view.
The Genealogy Department has lots of traditional research resources, as well as twelve public-access computers.
There is something for everyone at the library -- stacks of well-read books
sit on a table behind the popular kids' Games computers.
Many thanks to the following photographers: Kay Baker, Kristi Cate, Joseph Cope, Bradley Martin, Mary Martin, Lynn Riebow, Dennis Russell, Ann Sayer, Mikel Van Scott and Greg Smith.
|This Page Last updated: 12 March 2000|