About the Library
Fletcher Library offers patrons much more than traditional library fare; the facility received recognition from the Arkansas Institute for Architects. Patrons have a wide selection of adult and children's books as well as CDs, DVDs and videocassettes. The 13,500-square-feet library opened in 1996 and provides access to public meeting rooms and programs for all ages.
People of the Library
Poet and author John Gould Fletcher, a Little Rock native, was the first Arkansan to be awarded a Pulitzer Prize. His works include Selected Poems, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize, The Black Rock and The Burning Mountain. He married children's author Charlie May Simon in 1936.
News & Announcements
Nate Coulter to be New CALS Director
The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) Board of Directors has selected Nate Coulter, Little Rock, as its director.
Selection/Transition Committee chair Fred Ursery said, "After a nation-wide search, the Selection/Transition Committee reviewed the...
Create Cherished Reading Traditions with Children
Reading with children of all ages has many benefits. Most children have cherished memories of reading experiences with parents and grandparents. The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) offers several programs for children that can help create tho...
Tax Assistance Available at CALS
Volunteers from Volunteers In Tax Assistance (VITA) will be at the Dee Brown and Nixon Libraries, as well as other locations in and around Little Rock, through April 15 to help qualified patrons file their tax returns. Consultation sessions will be ...