Little Rock Arkansas Events
We will have fun autumn activities for the whole family using materials around the house and we will offer activities - themed art - to make autumn clothes. We will illuminate the largest living Christmas tree in the region and have the opportunity to showcase a variety of special events for children, adults and families in the Little Rock area. This will bring together the best of Arkansas' best crafts, music, food and entertainment in an affordable, family-friendly environment. It is full of a wide range of crafts and a wide selection of goods that Arkansas has to offer.
There are a few possibilities, Cabot has Greystone Country Club, Sherwood has greens in North Hills and Stonelink can be found in the Little Rock area. Present the best of Arkansas' best food, music and entertainment from local artists, musicians and artists.
The Arkansas Studies Institute in Rivermarket District houses four art galleries, including a retail gallery with Arkansas artists, for visitors who want to take a piece home. Get your hands dirty and head to the gallery to see some Arkansas artwork. The team there will showcase some of Arkansas' best artwork by local artists and local businesses.
Since its inception in the late 1950s, the symphony has given over sixty concerts at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. The Arkansas Music Center, home to the world-renowned Arkansas Symphony Orchestra and the state's largest orchestra, is also located on the main downtown campus.
If you want to get on stage yourself and want to get on stage yourself, the Community Theatre of Little Rock is the place to be. Theatre - In the Municipal Theatre in the heart of the city, visitors can enjoy a variety of musicals, comedies, dramas, plays and more.
Guided tours and self-guided tours are available at this downtown attraction, which houses some of the oldest surviving Little Rocks properties. Visitors can attend club courses and events featuring celebrities and authors from all over the country, as well as local artists, musicians and more. On Friday, December 18 at 7 p.m., the Ballet of Arkansas will be attending one of its most popular performances of the year. Check out our list of Christmas events (virtual and real) and stay up to date with all the cool events taking place around the state.
The concert will take place Friday, December 18, at 7 p.m. at the Main Street Theater of the Little Rock Convention Center.
Designed by Walmart heiress Alice Walton and named after the nearby Crystal Spring, the museum's architecture is inspired by the picturesque setting and aims to enhance and protect the natural beauty of the place. The Career Fair offers the participating organizations the opportunity to meet residents and scholarship holders in a relaxed setting. This is an annual event to provide training opportunities for professional lawn players and to support the lawn industry through scholarships and grants. It covers more than 1,000 acres of land in the Little Rock area and is surrounded by the Arkansas Department of Natural Resources, Arkansas State University and the University of Arkansas.
The event aims to support small local businesses, foster new developments and relationships and provide thematic activities for children and adults of all ages and for the community in general. Present your products and services at this annual event at the Little Rock Convention Center on Saturday, June 16, 2015.
During the segregation crisis of 1957, schools became the battleground of the struggle. Get a taste of this tradition at this annual event in the surviving capital of Little Rock State on Saturday, June 16, 2015. The Senior Convention aims to promote the high level of education and professional development of primary and secondary school pupils.
Shopping at the premiere Arkansas Fine Art and Crafts Show, the Saline County Fair will hand - select dealers, live music, food trucks and more. Boats will be on display, as will a variety of food and beverage vendors and other vendors from across the state.
MoD has recently installed a new lighting system (think musical lighting) for the festival, and Visitor Experience Director Kevin Delaney will appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, so be prepared to be in the midst of the most spectacular light show in Little Rocks history. Come and come back to see all the Christmas lights and the shimmering fun that comes down on you when you come to this one. Thousands of residents of Little Rock and surrounding suburbs, as well as visitors from across the state, will take to the streets to cheer on a Christmas parade and see which float will best come home at the show.