The Faulkner County Library will premiere the documentary film, "Faulkner County at Work" at 7 p.m. Saturday.
"Faulkner County at Work" is a visual and oral history of the Faulkner County people who have lived and dreamed and worked here for the last 60 years.
"The film chronicles the many changes in Faulkner County, from its agrarian past to its present position as one of the geekiest locations in the U.S.," said Lynita Langley-Ware, executive director of the Faulkner County Museum.
"What remains are the core and universal values of hard work, high aspirations, and the desire to leave the world a better place."
The Faulkner County Library and the Faulkner County Museum partnered to win a grant from the Department of Arkansas Heritage to celebrate Arkansas Heritage Month.
Filmmakers from the University of Central Arkansas interviewed business owners, farmers, students, professionals, long-time residents and newcomers to create a picture of Faulkner County as it is and as it was.
"Some of your friends might be in the film!" Langley-Ware said.
There will be a reception at 6:30 p.m. to honor the participants, and the film will start at 7 p.m.
All library events are free and open to the public.
For more information, call the library at 501-327-7482 or email Nancy@fcl.org.