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
E-reader Petting Zoo
Intimidated by the latest iGadget? Terrified of technology? Defeated by digital media? Never fear! Librarians from the Reference Department will be offering an E-Reader Petting Zoo at a branch near you.
Attendees will receive a brief introduction...
Natural Living Series
This program consists of 4 Sessions promoting healthy and natural alternatives from October 12 through December 5 and is hosted by Shasta Dockery (Natural Medicine and Natural Nutrition Teacher and Enthusiast).
Healthy Families Kickoff
Terry Library is Having a Makeover
The Central Arkansas Library System's (CALS) Adolphine Fletcher Terry Library, 2015 Napa Valley, is having a makeover and will be closed from Monday, November 18, through early January. New carpet and computer furniture will be installed, the meeting...
Keep Calm and Get Informed
Don’t miss out on getting the nonpartisan scoop on the Affordable Care Act. In-Person Assisters (IPAs) will be helping people understand health coverage options and discussing the Arkansas Health Connector insurance exchange.
Dee Brown Library...