Come meet local weathermen, Dan Skoff, Garrett Lewis and Darby Bybee; see storm spotter vehicles, be a weatherman, play the Planit Now game, learn how to be prepared for weather emergencies, get your face painted, win prizes!
What is 3D Printing? Try It at Fayetteville Public Library on May 11 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm in the Walker Community Room.
Abrakadoodle will guide babies, 18 to 24 months old, with assistance from their parents through a masking lines doodle painting.
Join us on Saturday, March 19 at 10 am for a workshop with Certified Genealogist Diane Giannini from Ancestry Sleuths. She will teach you how to use forensics to fill gaps in your family tree.
Science and technology have made it easier to get an idea about your origins. Forensic genealogy has established itself as the modern approach to family research. While true genealogical research still takes work, using forensic techniques can yield valuable information to your research.
Join us for the kick off of our University of Arkansas Press Author Showcase on Thursday, March 17 at 6 pm. This quarterly series is designed to showcase the amazing talent that the University of Arkansas Press publishes each year.
Join the party! Drop in anytime between 10 am and noon and help us kickoff our summer reading program. Enjoy bounce houses, photo booth, face painting, balloons, snow cones and more!!
Ranger Marshall's "Cowboy Music for Kids" is a fun-filled, educational, and interactive program. Kids will enjoy a foot tapping, hand clapping, coyote howling, stick horse riding program while learning about the positive virtues of cowboy life and how they apply to us in our world today. Audiences are treated to his original songs and factual stories as Marshall Mitchell and his trusty sidekicks travel the dusty trails, following the road signs to a successful life.
Monty Harper writes and performs award-winning children's songs about science, reading, and creativity. His audiences laugh, clap, sing, wiggle, shout, roar, giggle, jump, hoot, pop, snap, and most of all, think!