Fayetteville Public Library will be closed all day Sunday, April 16.
Do you have what it takes to outlast the competition and dig your way to victory? If so, come check out FPL's very own Minecraft tournament! Prizes will be awarded to the top competitors!
Do you have what it takes to outlast the competition and dig yourself to victory! If so, come check out FPL's very own Minecraft tournament! Prizes will be awarded to the top competitors!
Please join us as Dr Carl Smith, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture in the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design and Chartered Landscape Architect in the UK, speaks about a sense of wonder and environmental responsibility inspired by the books "Silent Spring" by Rachel Carson and "A Sand County Almanac" by Aldo Leopold.
Join us to hear Dr. Jennifer Webb, associate professor of interior design in the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas, discuss design and its role in improving lives.
Please join our speaker, Associate Professor of Architecture Laura M Terry, to hear her discuss the relationship between the natural and built environment and how it influences happiness. Her talk will be based on the book "The Architecture of Happiness" by Alain de Botton.
Coloring can be beneficial for de-stressing power; it is a way to relax, disconnect, and be creative at the same time. Since adult coloring has been recognized as a trend in the last few years, coloring books of multiple designs have become available, including geometric shapes, psychedelic patterns, hypnotic mandalas, and more.
Author and historian Charlie Alison will discuss his book A Brief History of Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 28 at 6:00 pm in the Walker Community Room.
Historian and author Charlie Alison will give an architectural walking tour of the Fayetteville square and immediate surrounding area on Saturday June 3rd at 9:30 am. Mr. Alison will point out and discuss different architectural styles of buildings as well as sites of historical significance or interest. The tour group will begin and end in front of the library and travel roughly half a mile.