Julie Isom

rsvped for Library and Garden District Initiative on Facebook 2018-02-14 23:21:31 -0600

Library and Garden District Initiative


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Join us for this ongoing conversation to create Conway's Library and Garden District. In this session we will define our boundaries, zero-in on our goals, and break out into focus groups. Come help us make the community's ideas into a reality!

We will meet on Thursday Feb 22nd from 6-9pm in Seminar Room 3 at the library.

To download past meeting notes click on the links:

Meeting Notes 1/25/18

Meeting Notes 1/31/18

Info about the initiative: http://www.thelocals.be/library_and_garden_district_initiative

For questions email: zmccannon@gmail.com

February 22, 2018 at 6pm
Faulkner County Library
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rsvped for Seed Swap on Facebook 2018-02-13 23:27:51 -0600

Seed Swap


Save the date and start digging through your seed stash for the Faulkner County Seed Swap on Saturday, February 24th from 11:00 to 1:00! We will have the Seed Library collection as well as community members' personal collections to swap, trade, and distribute. Even if you're a novice or first time gardener, this is a great opportunity to learn from local farmers and plant geeks! We will have envelopes for patrons to collect seed and tables available for participants with large collections. 

Call the Faulkner County Library at 501-327-7482 or email sean@fcl.org for any questions.

February 24, 2018 at 11am
Faulkner County Library
1900 Tyler St
Conway, AR 72032
United States
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rsvped for MovieNight on Facebook 2017-09-27 00:18:52 -0500




It's time for the first movie night with The Locals of 2018. Come out, enjoy a night out with friends, a cold one from Kings, and popcorn! This time we are watching a contemporary Arkansas documentary filmed by former Conway residents: The Night the Black Bird Fell.

The sight of birds dying and falling from the sky has been an omen of dark times since at least ancient Greece. What does it mean now, in an era where human influence over the environment is hotly debated and exists alongside our instinct for visions of doom? On New Year's Eve, 2010, the town of Beebe, AR experienced this exact apocalyptic image: thousands of dead blackbirds littered the landscape. In The Night the Blackbirds Fell (2013), directors Will Scott and Brian Campbell investigate what happened to them in a compelling mix of documentary and graphic novel - a bold stylistic choice about a story that is both augur and scientific warning. 

We will have a discussion with co-director Will Scott after the screening. And as always, you can stick around for Trivia at Kings afterwards :)

February 21, 2018 at 6pm
$5.00 USD · 35 rsvps
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Bachelor of Fine Arts -University of Central Arkansas, 2013