Oley E. Rooker Library, located in the southwestern area of Little Rock, is the newest library in the the Central Arkansas Library System. The 13,500 square foot building provides books, audiovisual, and electronic materials for children, teens, and adults, as well as public computers, wireless access, programs for all age groups, and a meeting room.
People of the Library
The library was named for Oley Eldon Rooker, an active advocate of the southwest Little Rock community for many years.
News & Announcements
Tax Assistance Available at CALS
Volunteers from Volunteers In Tax Assistance (VITA) / Central Arkansas Development Council (CADC) will be at Dee Brown Library, as well as other locations in and around Little Rock, through April 15 to help qualified patrons file their tax returns. ...
Arkansas Gives Day
Mark Your Calendar! Thursday, April 2 is Arkansas Gives Day. On this day, Arkansans will come together as a state to donate to a cause of their choice. Please choose to support the mission of the CALS Foundation, which raises funds to support CALS. ...
CALS Foundation Participates in ArkansasGives
When everyone works together for a common goal, much can be achieved. Arkansans can work together on Thursday, April 2, from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. to help Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) when CALS Foundation will participate in ArkansasGives, a one-...
New CALS Department Offers More Programs for Adults
Community Paint Night, a launch event for Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) Community Learning Courses, will be held Tuesday, March 31, at 6:30 p.m. at Hillcrest Hall, 1501 Kavanaugh Ave. A free guided-painting experience with local artists will...
CALS to Host Massage Techniques for Caregivers of Autistic Children Workshops
Autism now affects 1 in 68 children. Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) will hold Massage Techniques for Caregivers of Autistic Children workshops led by Alicia Romine at select CALS branches in April.
Romine will discuss the benefits of therapeu...