Claymation, public service announcements, silent shorts and narratives were among the 13 impressive films screened at the Little Rock Film Festival this morning.
These films, made by Arkansas students in kindergarten through 12th grade, were chosen for screening out of more than 100 submitted as part of the festival’s Youth Program (LRFF Youth!) and the AETN Student Selects showcase..
Head out to Bernice Garden Farmers’ Market on Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for the first-ever Mother’s Day Strawberry Festival..
Teapots & Toasts will feature traditional afternoon tea fare, like fruit, cucumber sandwiches, chicken salad, petit fours, scones, mimosas and tea..
April 5-7: Fish Fashion Weekend, Hot Springs. Learn about the fish that live in Lake Catherine and how they are adapted for their environment. Join park staff for cane pole fishing around the marina and get an up-close look at what’s lurking under the water..
In our March issue, we told you about the 52nd Young Arkansas Artists exhibit. Read the story here.
The exhibit opens today at the Arkansas Arts Center and is on view until April 28, with works from kindergarten to fifth grade in the Alice Pratt Brown Atrium, and grades six to 12 in the Sam Strauss, Sr..
The 2013 Rock to North Little Rock St. Patrick’s Day Parade begins at Third and Rock streets in downtown Little Rock on Saturday at 1 p.m. The parade crosses the Main Street Bridge and ends at Fifth and Main in the Argenta Arts District of North Little Rock..
Beginning at 10 a.m., festivities include music by the Kinders, an appearance by the Little Rock Fire Department’s fire truck, demonstrations by the Museum of Discovery and Little Rock Zoo, tastings by Loblolly Creamery and Local Lime, as well as information on native plant seed starting and energy saving, storytelling and more..
Around 90 kids and teens took to the track at McClellan Magnet High School on Friday, Feb. 22, to complete their final mile of the Little Rock Parks and Recreation’s Therapeutic Recreation “Little Rockers” walking program..
February is Black History Month, and there are lots of ways to celebrate this week. Here’s a list of some fun, family-friendly (and free!) events.
Tuesday, Feb. 19: Make a Freedom Quilt for Black History Month at 4 p.m..
Want a burger but looking for a leaner option? Try out this great recipe from Martha Stewarts Everyday Food blog! They make great lunches or dinners and go well with any number of lean side dishes!.