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Event returns to Burns Park to celebrate health, raise funds for research

Event returns to Burns Park to celebrate health, raise funds for research

Central Arkansas Heart Walk April 20 encourages physical activity, supports American Heart Association

LITTLE ROCK – The annual 5K non-competitive Central Arkansas Heart Walk is designed to bring public awareness to physical activity and a heart-healthy lifestyle, while raising the critical dollars needed to fund heart disease and stroke research and educational programs in the region. Teams are made up of employees from local companies, along with friends and family members of all ages. This year’s event is supported by more than 300 local teams that will help the American Heart Association reach the $350,000 goal.

Governor's Culinary Challenge

Governor's Culinary Challenge

The Governor’s Culinary Challenge, a part of the Arkansas Culinary Federation's Central Region Conference, is proud to support the efforts of the Thea Foundation with a special event that promises to be one of the culinary highlights of the year. Proceeds raised from the Governor’s Culinary Challenge will benefit the Thea Foundation Scholarship Program, which in its history has made available more than 2.2 million dollars to Arkansas high school seniors seeking a higher education.

This event features the culinary genius of the biggest names in Arkansas cuisine:

Joel Antunes
Peter Brave
Capi Peck
Lee Richardson
Mark Abernathy
Brian Deloney
Donnie Ferneau
Stephen Burrow
Gilbert Alaquinez
Jason Knapp

These ten chefs will each showcase their unique flavor with the Art-Deco flair of the historic Capital Hotel as its backdrop. This event is not to be missed!

Cooks Tour of Argenta Benefits Rockefeller Cancer Institute

Cooks Tour of Argenta Benefits Rockefeller Cancer Institute

Make plans for an afternoon of food, fun and live music when Cooks Tour of Argenta: Jazz Brunch comes to the Argenta Arts District, downtown North Little Rock. The event, set for 11 a.m.-2 p.m. April 14 in the 400 block of Main Street, benefits the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute Auxiliary at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS).

Pulaski Academy "Cuts Loose" With Its Production of "Footloose"

Pulaski Academy "Cuts Loose" With Its Production of "Footloose"

Pulaski Academy's drama and choral departments, led by Hollie Shepherd and Katherine Dudley, will present Footloose this week at the Conner Performing Arts Center on the PA campus.  

Senior Jordan Crites and Junior Bridget Davis lead this all star cast, which will include special appearances by a future Razorback and the best high school football coach in the State of Arkansas!

The show will open on Thursday, April 11th at 7 o'clock p.m.  Additional performances are Friday April 12 and Saturday April 13 at 7 p.m. each night.  Reserved seating is available for $15 per ticket or $10 general admission.  Contact Gina Rafferty at 904-705-6333 or grafferty84@gmail.com to order. 

Thea Arts Festival - April 27

Thea Arts Festival -  April 27

Artists from across Arkansas will display and sell their works from 9am to 5pm on Saturday, April 27, along Main Street in the Argenta Arts District of downtown North Little Rock at the second annual Thea Arts Festival. While the Festival itself is open and free to the public, money raised through sponsorship of the festival will help support the arts in schools across Arkansas.

KABF Benefit Concert Apr 27th at Juanita's

KABF Benefit Concert Apr 27th at Juanita's

Come out to Juanita's on April 27th for a benefit concert for KABF. Butch Stone is putting on a great line up with Interstate Buffalo, Phil Houston and the Revolutioners and Amore hitting the stage. Show starts at 10pm and runs until 12:30pm, tickets are $8.00 in advance and $10.00 at the door. Go to http://www.juanitas.com/and get your tickets on line.

KABF Benefit Concert Apr 27th at Juanita's

KABF Benefit Concert Apr 27th at Juanita's

Come out to Juanita's on April 27th for a benefit concert for KABF. Butch Stone is putting on a great line up with Interstate Buffalo, Phil Houston and the Revolutioners and Amore hitting the stage. Show starts at 10pm and runs until 12:30pm, tickets are $8.00 in advance and $10.00 at the door. Go to http://www.juanitas.com/and get your tickets on line.