There are plenty of deals, specials, and events worth getting out for on Local540. Here’s the list of awesome for this week.
First Thursday Fayetteville is tomorrow and fortunately, tonight’s offerings should help to get you into the getting-out-and-doing-something-again mood. There’s plenty to choose from.
A ballot measure to add park maintenance to the possible uses of the Hotel-Motel-Restaurant (HMR) tax will reach voters on May 18, the same day as the primary elections.
And what milestone commemoration goes without cake? For Foodie’s birthday, I made one of my all-time favorites, Mexican chocolate fudge cake.
Public meetings for Wednesday, February 3, 2010.
Cain’s Ballroom is sometimes overlooked around here. What we sometimes forget is that Tulsa is no farther away than Little Rock.
There’s another chance to see some roller derby action this Saturday, when Fayetteville’s second home team, the Backwoods Betties take on the Mo-Kan Roller Girlz Saturday, Feb. 6 at the Skatium
Mount Sequoyah’s monthly Music on the Mountain series continues tonight with local singer/songwriter Emily Kaitz and special guest Dennis Collins.
Two weeks ago, Walton Arts Center announced plans for a new regional arts and nature festival. The festival’s website went live yesterday.
All residential waste and recycling collections will occur one day later than normal this week. Residents are encouraged to leave their trash carts and recycling bins at the curb until they can be serviced.
Public meetings for Tuesday, February 2, 2010.
The decade that gave us “Survivor”, “Who wants to Marry a Millionaire” and “American Idol,” also gave us groundbreaking, original, and wonderful television that we deeply needed and still appreciate.
There’s a comedy show at George’s tonight with Paul Hickman and Doug Shadell.
Arkansas won it’s first SEC road game in more than two years Sunday night, with a 80-73 victory over the 18th ranked and SEC West leading Ole Miss Rebels in Oxford.