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-Brian Rogers, Community Relations Liaison for Mosaic Templars Cultural Center and Stephanie Sims, Guest Curator from the Clinton Foundation | Mosaic Templars Cultural Center presents Juneteenth Celebration, Saturday, June 16th from 12 noon-6pm at 501 West 9th Street in Little Rock.
Tickets are available at Ugly Mike’s, Uncle T’s Food Mart, Butler Furniture, Record Rack in Pine Bluff, and Kibb’s BBQ in P. If you plan on drinking, don’t drive, and if you are under 21, don’t drink.
Some good news is Arkansas has seen 27 percent reduction in drunk driving fatalities since the 2009 law requiring ignition interlocks for all convicted offenders went into effect.
Know your fireworks; read the cautionary labels and performance descriptions before igniting.
If you are under the influence of alcohol, do not shoot off any fireworks. Never carry fireworks in your pocket or shoot them into metal or glass containers.
June 28, 2018 -Greg Summers, retired Little Rock Fire Chief; Joe Gray, retired Little Rock Chief Fire Marshal; and Telly Noel, Sr. Unfortunately, many people do not realize just how dangerous fireworks and sparklers can be, which is a primary reason that injuries occur.
For more information, visit on Facebook and Twitter or email [email protected] Dress in your jazziest jeans and jewels and join them for a Taste of Links featuring the culinary skills of Connecting Links and Heir-O-Links.
For more information and a list of the line up, call (501) 683-3593 or visit like ’em on Facebook.
-Dominique Mc Grudder, Mighty Vikings Youth Football Team; Derrick Hamilton, Mobile Video Game Station; Jerald Smith, Battlefield Laser Tag; and Ozzie Banks, III, Photographer | The Jacksonville Mighty Vikings Football Team & Partners sponsors a Father’s Day Celebration, Sunday, June 17th from 2pm-6pm at the Jacksonville Mighty Vikings Football Field, 312 Ray Road in Jacksonville.
Fathers can attend and spend quality time with their children on Father’s Day. June 07, 2018 -Jimmy Warren, 100 Suits Program Manager; Fredrick Washington, Mirror Me custom clothing line; and Katie Hargis, Grants Administrator | Pulaski County Youth Services debuts 100 Suits, a free program for young men ages 11-19.
Enjoy music, family-friendly activities, a mobile video game station, laser tag, bounce houses, food, and more! In collaboration with community partners and donors, 100 Suits will connect young men from underserved communities in Pulaski County with retailers, dry cleaners and professional tailors so they can look and feel their best.