Recurring movement-based programs in Arkansas Public Libraries – contact the libraries to confirm availability of programs. Please add to or correct this information by using the form on the bottom of this page.
Baxter County Library – http://baxter.boundless.ly/ – Library offers an ‘Eat Well, Play Well’ program series semi annually.
Crawford County Library System – www.crawfordcountylib.org – Alma Public Library offers Aerobics every weekday morning, a walking program in the summer, and checks out fishing poles.
Crossett Public Library – http://www.crossettlibrary.com/ – The library hosts weekly exercise classes facilitated by the county extension service.
East Central Arkansas Regional Library, Woodruff County Library – www.ecarls.org – weekly story times at the Head Start which include movement activities.
Faulkner County Library – http://fcl.org/ – Yoga and Tai Chi offered weekly at Conway; Clogging classes offered for children and adults at Conway; Garden Club at Conway.
Fayetteville Public Library – http://www.faylib.org/ – Yoga offered Monday nights; Get Fit classes in January of each year feature Crossfit and a variety of dance classes for adults. The library checks out fishing poles through our Youth Department.
Harper Memorial Library in Junction City – http://www.bartonlibrary.org/ – Weekly senior exercise classes offered.
Kingston Community Library – www.klibrary.org – Tai Chi every Thursday.
Lonoke County Library System – http://www2.youseemore.com/lonoke/calendar.asp – Argentine Tango class twice monthly during the school year, library offers fishing poles for checkout; each summer library has a “walk a mile” program on Friday mornings; Summer 2017 library offering a senior movement class.
Marjorie Walker McCrary Memorial Library – Library hosts the Children’s Learning Garden.
Rogers Public Library – http://rogerspubliclibrary.org/ – Library checks out fishing poles.
Saline County Public Library – http://www.salinecountylibrary.org/web/ – Yoga @ the Library offered Thursday nights.
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