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Faulkner library plans series

The Faulkner County Library recently announced a new series – Lunch and Learn comes to the library. Individuals are encouraged to attend every second Monday at noon to learn something new about the state. Bring a sack lunch and feed your mind.

On April 9, Dr. Emily Beahm from the Arkansas Archeological Survey will discuss Arkansas prehistory, and on May 14, Dr. Reinaldo Morales of the University of Central Arkansas will present a program on Rock Art in Arkansas.

Future programs include Faulkner County Museum director Lynita Langley Ware on historic quilts and what they say about our society and values. Margaret Cline, Master Naturalist, introduces us to Citizen Science, Kaye Clanton talks on astronomy, and Dr. Tamara Walkingstick from the Arkansas Forest Resouce Center will introduce us to Champion Trees in Arkansas, Janie Jones takes us into October with true crime in Arkansas, and Shane Lind, Museum Program Coordinator at MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, will introduce to early Arkansas military establishments to finish off the year.

All library programs are free and open to the public.

For more information, call the library at 501.327.7482 or email nancy@fcl.org.