26 June 2018 “We Wanna Boogie” at the Fayetteville Library at 6 p.m.

Marvin Schwartz, author of We Wanna Boogie: The Rockabilly Roots of Sonny Burgess and the Pacers will be in the Walker Community Room Please join us on June 26 at 6:00. The event is part of the Fayetteville Library Summer Author Series. Schwartz’s story offers a portrait of a rock ‘n roll pioneer and his home town of… Continue reading 26 June 2018 “We Wanna Boogie” at the Fayetteville Library at 6 p.m.

Women in Astronomy, Fayetteville Library, March 28, 2018

Writers interested in space science will have the opportunity to hear a program about women in astronomy on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 6 p.m. at the Fayetteville Public Library. Caitlin Ahrens, a University of Arkansas graduate student whose research speciality is Pluto,  will present the program.  The event is free and open to the… Continue reading Women in Astronomy, Fayetteville Library, March 28, 2018

Bud Steed Talks About Hauntings November 11

Bud Steed, author, researcher, paranormal investigator and explorer of strange and lost legends, will talk about his new book, Haunted Northwest Arkansas, at Nightbird Books on Saturday, November 11, from 3-5 pm. Most folks who live in Northwest Arkansas  have heard tales of what Nancy Hartney calls “haints” in this neck of the woods. Anyone… Continue reading Bud Steed Talks About Hauntings November 11

Ozark Poets and Writers Meet July 25 with Gerry Sloan in Fayetteville

The Ozark Poets and Writers Collective presents poet Gerry Sloan reading from his newly released book, Crossing: A Memoir in Verse, on July 25, 2017 at 7:00pm, Nightbird Books, 205 Dickson Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas. This work includes over a hundred poetic, literary and photographic insights and reminiscences of life in rural mid-America. The reading, free… Continue reading Ozark Poets and Writers Meet July 25 with Gerry Sloan in Fayetteville

A Brief History of Fayetteville, Arkansas with Charles Alison

Wednesday, June 28 at 6:00 pm the FPL Summer Author series with historian Charles Alison continues in the Walker Room. Alison will discuss his new book, A Brief History of Fayetteville, Arkansas, which discusses the pivotal details that have shaped Fayetteville’s evolution into one of Arkansas’s largest cities. Charlie Alison has lived in Fayetteville since… Continue reading A Brief History of Fayetteville, Arkansas with Charles Alison