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Carroll & Madison County Library


March 23, 2020

In an effort to keep library staff and patrons as healthy as possible and assist in fighting the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), all libraries in the Carroll and Madison Library System (Berryville, Eureka Springs, Green Forest, Huntsville, Kingston, St. Paul) will be closed to the public until further notice.

All libraries are providing curbside service during the following hours.

Berryville, Eureka Springs, Green Forest Mon-Fri 9 am – 5 pm, Sat 9 am-1 pm, Sun Closed

Huntsville Mon-Fri 8 am – 4 pm, Sat 9 am-1 pm

Kingston Mon 10-1 and 2-4, Tues-Fri 2 pm-4 pm, Sat 9 am – 11 am

St. Paul Wed 9 am-2 pm, Thurs 1 pm-6 pm

To request curbside service call or email.

Library2Go is always available via camals.org for downloading eBooks and audiobooks. If you have materials to return to libraries, please use outside bookdrops. If you would like to renew items, please call or email your library.


 The Loaves and Fishes Food Bank will be open regular operating hours to serve clients; however, the food bank will now be offering a drive-thru service only. You must show photo ID at the front door and your food will be boxed and placed on the loading dock for pick up. If you need help loading your food please bring someone to help you. Under no circumstances will clients be given entry to the food bank. Loaves and Fishes, across from the Berryville cemetery, is open MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY from 10 till 2 and TUESDAY 4pm till 6pm.

There will be no meeting this month for the Carroll County Cattlemens. 

Thank you.

Berryville Community Center is Closed

Berryville Water Department is closed to the public. Drop Box is Available for Payments.

  *****Attention Carroll County Poultry Producers*******

Attention Carroll County Poultry Producers.  As a preventative measure, the Carroll County Conservation District is asking that poultry producers that haven’t registered their poultry operations please MAIL in their completed registration and their $10 check to the Conservation District before March 27th.  If you have misplaced your registration form, please contact Johanna at (870423-2638 ext. 101.  Thank you for your cooperation.  

Starting Tuesday, March 17th, the Carroll County Senior Activity & Wellness Center will be closed until March 30th.
We WILL continue to serve Meals on Wheels. 

We will be offering a curbside pick up option for congregate meals from 11:30am-12:00pm for our seniors. We ask that they call in advance if they would like to pick up a meal so that we can have the meal ready for them.

**The jury trial set for Thursday in Eureka Springs has been postponed.

Jurors need not report Thursday and Friday.

Carroll County Sheriff’s Office   

As the number of (COVID-19) Coronavirus cases increase, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is doing everything we can to be proactive in preventing cases of the virus within our facility.

In light of this, our in-house medical team, to prevent the potential spread, has advised,detainee visitations and clergy visits to the Carroll County Jail be suspended untilat least April 1st, 2020 or until further notice. These measures are being put into effect to protect our staff and inmates.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but the health of our staff, inmates and community is our priority. The suspension will be effective, Monday, March 16th, 2020.

Attorney-client interviews and other essential visits will not be affected.

Thank you for your understanding,

Captain James Lookingbill

Jail Administrator

The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow

 Due to COVID-19 and our commitment to “flattening the curve” by adhering to the recommendations of the CDC regarding social distancing and virus spread, we will be closing The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow (WCDH) until March 31st. At that time, we will reassess the situation and determine a plan going forward In addition, WCDH has canceled Poetluck on Thursday, March 19th. It was to feature local Eurekan authors, Kathy Martone and Cheryl King who both have recently released books that feature Eureka Springs. Molly Scroges, an up-and-coming spoken word poet, was to be the guest host for the evening. We’re super bummed, but we are planning to reschedule the night for a future date, so stay tuned, and

Carroll County Historical Society will be closed until April 1, 2020.

Genealogy Classes will Resume at that time.





High cemetery Board

Good morning, due to the social distancing and Covid 19 issues we aren’t going to have a regular scheduled time to clean up the cemetery, but between now and Saturday if you would like to go and spend a little time at the cemetery cleaning up,picking up sticks, old flowers, pruning back, just general cleaning you are welcome to do so and it is greatly appreciated! Larry will start mowing soon. Thanks- High cemetery Board.

New Grief Share Session beginning March 24th

The 1st Christian Chuch located at 763 Passion Play Road in Eureka Springs is hosting a GriefShare 13 week session starting March 24th. from 2pm-4pm. This is a Bible based non-denominational support group for people who have lost a loved one no matter how long ago it was. It is a meeting where you can share confidentially with people that understand. You can come at any time as each lesson is complete in its self. For more information call 479 253 8925 or 479 253 8015

 *Carroll County Cattlemen monthly meetings are held on the 4th Monday of the month  at the Carroll County Cattlemen's building located behind the Fair Grounds building. Feb meetings start @ 6:30 March-Oct meetings start @7:00. For more information contact cccattlemen@gmail.com.

This Months meeting will be Sponsored by Cornerstone Bank and featured speaker will be Kenny Simon speaking on  Forage, fertilizer.

*Carnegie gets by with a little help from its Friends

Won’t you consider joining the newly re-formed Carnegie Library Friends Group? Former director Loretta Crenshaw has made it her mission to reinvigorate this vital group to help the library with minimal commitments such as book sales & other library fundraisers, special volunteer tasks, distributing flyers and short-term projects. Fill out a contact form at the circulation desk in either the main library or media center today! For more information you can 253-8754 or email info@eurekalibrary.org


Get FREE BOOKS for your child! Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library mails free high-quality, age-appropriate books to children from birth to age five! The Carroll County program is sponsored by the Rotary clubs of Berryville, Holiday Island and Eureka Springs! Sign Up Today by calling 479-244-9595!  

**A new writers’ group devoted to mystery and mayhem is performing at the Berryville Library on Mondays at six  p.m.  All writers, could-be writers, and readers of mysteries are welcome. Bring your devious plot ideas for a group write or just join for tips, encouragement and discussion of your own  project. For more information, contact the Berryville Library (870) 423-2323.  


Victory Tabernacle Pentecostal Church

Come join us for a Revival with Evangelist Brent Johnson April 2nd to April 5th, 2020. 

7pm Nightly. Sunday 10am & 6pm.

Church is located 1 1/2 miles West of Green Forest on US Highway 62.