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Something's Brewing in Argenta

Something's Brewing in Argenta

Join us for the 3rd Annual Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival presented by Edwards Food Giant, benefiting the Argenta Arts District, October 24, 6-9 p.m.

Enjoy All-You-Care-To-Taste sampling of over 250 American Craft Beers from 50 Brewers. Arkansas Ale House (Diamond Bear), Bravo, Crush, Cregeen's, Butcher & Public, The Fold, Whole Hog NLR, Bossa Nova, Old Chicago NLR, and Edward's Food Giant will be providing delicious food samples to compliment the beer sampling at no additional charge.

Mugs Cafe Gallery Exhibit "Elegance" Opens Friday

Mugs Cafe Gallery Exhibit "Elegance" Opens Friday

Mugs Cafe Gallery's latest exhibit, "Energy and Elegance," features paintings by Steven Rockwell, Kelly Furr and Karlyn Holloway. Rockwell's work "hugs the realist edge," Furr's evoke "a sense of otherworldliness" and Holloway's floral compositions are blended with "contemporary elegant design," according to the Mugs release. The reception is 5-8 p.m. for Argenta ArtWalk. "Energy and Elegance" runs through Nov. 18.

Bring the Kids For Puppets, Illustration Demonstrations

Bring the Kids For Puppets, Illustration Demonstrations

Get the kids out to Argenta Library Friday, October 17, during Argenta Artwalk, 5-8 p.m. Ron Wolfe will offer an illustration demonstration, and will have books for sale. Jan (His wife) will perform a puppet show. See you there!

AMHC, Arkansas Cancer Coalition to offer free health screenings at State Fair Oct. 16

AMHC, Arkansas Cancer Coalition to offer free health screenings at State Fair Oct. 16

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Join the Arkansas Minority Health Commission and the Arkansas Cancer Coalition at the Arkansas State Fair on Thursday, Oct. 16 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. These two organizations have partnered to offer free health screenings. Fair goers can stop by the Hall of Industry for preventive health checks including blood pressure, pulse, glucose, cholesterol and BMI (Body Mass Index).

Exhibitors will offer information on health, wellness, fitness and lifestyle improvement.

College Night, sponsored by 100.3 the Edge, is Thursday. There’s free gate admission for college students with valid school I.D. from 6 p.m. to close.

AMHC, Arkansas Cancer Coalition to offer free health screenings at State Fair Oct. 16

AMHC, Arkansas Cancer Coalition to offer free health screenings at State Fair Oct. 16

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Join the Arkansas Minority Health Commission and the Arkansas Cancer Coalition at the Arkansas State Fair on Thursday, Oct. 16 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. These two organizations have partnered to offer free health screenings. Fair goers can stop by the Hall of Industry for preventive health checks including blood pressure, pulse, glucose, cholesterol and BMI (Body Mass Index).

Exhibitors will offer information on health, wellness, fitness and lifestyle improvement.

College Night, sponsored by 100.3 the Edge, is Thursday. There’s free gate admission for college students with valid school I.D. from 6 p.m. to close.

The Beginners Dutch Oven Outdoor Cooking Workshop is stirring up local appetites

The Beginners Dutch Oven Outdoor Cooking Workshop is stirring up local appetites

Dutch ovens bring in the fall season with their delicious smells and flavors that anyone can cook in their own backyard.  Food cooked outdoors in a Dutch oven always gives off mouth-watering flavors unmatched by almost all other cookware.   Join us at the Plantation Agriculture Museum to learn the art of Dutch oven cooking over a fire, discover its Arkansas roots, and enjoy an old fashioned full course lunch.  The workshop will be hosted at the museum on Saturday, October 18th, from 9-1pm. 

The menu for the Beginners Dutch Oven Outdoor Cooking Workshop is:  Buttermilk biscuits, shepherd’s pie, and apple turnovers.  Contact the museum to register early, as space is limited. The deadline to register is Saturday, October 11th.  The workshop fee includes workshop, lunch, and workshop booklet with tips and recipes.  Admission:  $25 per person. 

Security taken seriously this year at Arkansas State Fair

Security taken seriously this year at Arkansas State Fair


LITTLE ROCK, Ark.(KTHV)- The Arkansas State Fair kicks off Friday and organizers say there will be plenty of security to ensure the safety of visitors.

Around half a million people are expected to pack the fairgrounds in Little Rock over its two-week run and Lt. Carl Minden with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office says security is a top priority.

"We'll be out in ATVs, golf carts. We'll have the mounted patrol, our horses out."

Lt. Minden with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office said his department along with Little Rock Police, State Police and 43 private security guards will be spread throughout the fair grounds and its perimeter.

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