Volunteers from the AARP will be offering free income tax preparation at the library February 1st through April 17th. No farms or businesses.
Click here for their hours and for a list of documents you need to bring with you.
Please note that the library is very busy during tax season.
First-come, first-served for tax help.
Professional Storyteller, Linda Gorham, will bring the story of the Little Rock Nine to life at the Garland County Library on Tuesday, February 13th at 5:30 p.m. by telling their story through the eyes of Daisy Bates, President of the Little Rock NAACP, Alex Wilson, an African American news reporter, and the students themselves. This program was developed as part of a grant by the Chicago Tribune Freedom Museum. It incorporates a power point of photos from the University of Arkansas archives. This program is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required.Click here to register.
Kim Sanders of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies at the Central Arkansas Library System will present about the wartime incarceration of Japanese Americans in Arkansas during World War II. This lecture uses photographs, artwork, and documents created during this time to address the themes of identity, community, civil rights, and justice that continue to be relevant today. This program is free and open to the public.
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