Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Fayetteville Communication director Lindsley Smith introduces newly elected members of City Council to director of Fayetteville Senior Center

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For many more photos from Fayetteville Senior Center, including today's photos of youngsters from New School visiting with senior residents of Fayetteville, please see Senior Center set on Flickr.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Clean-energy economy subject of tonight's free informational session at Jones Center in Springdale

    • 6:00pm until 7:30pm
  • Join us for a free, informative session to learn about Arkansas's developing clean energy economy! This is a great chance to learn about the opportunities in Arkansas for improving our energy security, creating jobs and stabilizing energy prices by broadening our use of energy efficiency measures, renewable energy, and alternative fuels. Refreshments will be served.

    Tuesday, December 11, 2012
    The Jones Center, Springdale, Arkansas
    Room 227
    6:00-7:30 pm

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Tonight at Fayetteville Public Library one can learn all about Little Free Libraries

Dear Neighbors, attached is an article posted today in the Fayetteville Flyer online news publication.  I also included a link to the website where the article appears.  The writer says there presently are four little free libraries in Fayetteville.  That didn't include the newest addition on Hall Avenue.   Perfect timing for D'lorah and Joy!  Beverly

Little Free Library co-founder Todd Bol to speak in Fayetteville Dec. 4

By Todd Gill, Flyer staff

Monday, December 3, 2012 

Jeanie Hill stands next to her Little Free Library at 422 W. Cleburn St. near Wilson Park in Fayetteville.
Courtesy photo

Ever dreamed of running your own library? If so, then join Todd Bol, co-founder of the Little Free Library program, for a discussion this week at the Fayetteville Public Library.

Bol will speak about the program and how to generate interest in a community from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4 inside the library’s Walker Community Room.

Little Free Library is a community program that promotes the love of reading by constructing book exchange boxes in convenient locations at the front of your home where bibliophiles can share books.

There are currently four little libraries in various locations throughout Fayetteville.

Readers are welcome to take a book from the exchange boxes while replacing it with another one. The mission of the program is to develop community relationships, promote conservation, and encourage literacy.

For more information about the event, contact Melissa Lockaby, Reference Librarian, at 479-856-7205.