Programs for School Age Children:

Join us for virtual programming on our social media pages: Facebook and YouTube.

Crafting with Ms. Mayra: Mondays at 10:00 am

Gather the whole family for crafts led by Ms. Mayra.

Smart Starts: Tuesdays at 10:00 am

From learning their ABCs and 123s to animals and shapes, Ms. Mayra will help preschoolers get ready for kindergarten through lessons, crafts and activities.

Colorín, Colorado: Tuesdays at 2:00 pm

Join Ms. Amy for Spanish/English crafts and activities. Learn new Spanish vocabulary and learn about Hispanic/Mexican culture.

Homeschool Explorers: Wednesdays at 2:00 pm

Explore our home state with Ms. Dara. Learn about state history, symbols and much more. Available through Zoom. Please include your email when registering. Register Here:

Full STEAM Ahead: Thursdays at 2:00 pm

We are on track for excitement and learning with this program focusing on science, technology, engineering, art, and math.

Makerspace at Your Place: Saturdays at 10:00 am

Want to learn a new skill or how to create something new? Join library staff as they share how to make something at home.

Special Events:

Chinese New Year – Virtual: TBA

Programming Flyers:

To access a printable schedule of events click the link below:

Winter/Spring 2021 Flyer – English/Spanish -Coming Soon

For detailed descriptions of each event listed on the flyer, please see our online event calendar located here. Click on the date of the event you are interested in on the calendar in the right hand corner and find a detailed description. Please contact the Children’s Library at (479) 621-1152 ext. 2 with any questions.

Homework Help:

Need to Check Accelerated Reading Level? Click on the link below:

AR Book Find logo


World Book Student

World Book Kids

Fun & Games:

PBS Kids

Disney Junior



Sports Illustrated Kids


National Geographic Kids

Cool Math


Capstone Kids

Other fun and educational sites can be found on Great Websites for Kids, compiled by the Association for Library Service for Children, a division of the American Library Association.

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