Carnegie Chronicle

March 2022

Note from the Director

We're ready for warmer days with spring just around the corner, as we've been busy dreaming, and planning these past few months for the rest of the year ahead of us. One new project that I'm excited to share about is a grant-funded local oral history project the library is launching to collect the stories of the people of Eureka Springs. You can read more about that here! Meanwhile, our seed library is getting restocked with more free seed varieties, we're introducing adult educational programs, and the Friends of the Library are gearing up for Spring. So much is happening here at your library - we hope you'll be a part of it.


-April Griffith

Friends of the Library Spring Meeting

Come out to the Spring Meeting of the Friends of the Carnegie Library on Monday, March 28th at 5:30pm in the Library Meeting Room. We'll be discussing the possibility of a spring book sale event, garden clean up plans and much more. Whether you're a longtime friend, or have recently moved to town and want to learn more, you are welcome to attend and be a part of the group that helps the library make it all happen.

Booksigning and Reading

Local author and woodworker Doug Stowe will have a book signing and reading event for his new book, The Wisdom of Our Hands: Crafting, A Life on Sunday, April 3rd, 2pm-4pm in the Conservatory room of the Crescent Hotel. Proceeds from this event will be donated to the Carnegie Public Library's Capital Campaign, GREAT EXPECTATIONS.

New Books & DVDs

Click here to browse through our newest books and DVDs!