Sometimes just hearing the word “healthy” stresses me out. I’m pretty sure that’s not very, well, healthy. Continue reading →
Parents of children with learning and developmental disabilities who are age 13 or older are invited to a free public education event hosted by ACCESS February 5th beginning at 6:00 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!
A recent book by Butler Center archivist Steven Teske explores the lives of several Arkansas natives, including famous activists, musicians, politicians and civic leaders. Natural State Notables is an excellent selection for school classrooms or home libraries, and a great way to explore Arkansas history with young readers.
The traveling exhibit “Inauguration of Hope,” will be on display at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center through June 29th.
Beginning this weekend you and your family can enjoy the classic fairytale adventure of the infamous goats, pigs, and a troll!
Head down to the Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre to see the Three Billy Goats Gruff brave the rickety bridge where they cross paths with the grumpy old troll.
We know how difficult it can be to get in and out of a store with young children, especially at that age when they’re endlessly curious about anything within eye (and grabby hand) level.
It’s the perfect time of year for hearty dishes, like this slightly spicy creation from the Pioneer Woman. Continue reading →
Our new series “Fun Under Five” will explore fun family activities for five dollars or less. We’d love to hear your ideas, so if you have any suggestions please let us know!
Today is Martin Luther King Day, an opportunity to honor the a man (and so many who stood with him) who fought for equality for all.
Chances are your children were out of school and maybe even you had the day off from work.