About the Library
The current 13,500 square-feet building is the third site for the Jacksonville Library, and opened in 2009.
When it opened, the library contained about 12,000 books. The collection at the Nixon Library currently includes over 60,000 items including adult and juvenile fiction and nonfiction books, DVDs, and additional audiovisual items.
People of the Library
Esther DeWitt Nixon was the first librarian for the Jacksonville Library. She served in that capacity for 27 years until her retirement in 1986. The library is named in her honor and serves the community of Jacksonville with a variety of programs for adults and children, reading and research materials and public computer and internet access.
News & Announcments
September Movie Events at CALS Ron Robinson Theater
"Doot doo, doo doo doot, mahna mahna" and "Arrgh Matey" are phrases moviegoers of all ages should learn in preparation for upcoming movie events at Central Arkansas Library System's (CALS) Ron Robinson Theater, 100 River Market Avenue. The Muppets (...
CALS Celebrates National Library Card Sign-Up Month
Read local this fall with a library card and all the benefits that go with it. Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) is celebrating National Library Card Sign-Up Month in September to encourage everyone to get a library card.
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