It's time to eat your way through downtown Eureka Springs at the Main Street Eats walkable progressive dinner, which will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. April 5. Main Street Eats locations include Rogue's Manor, Brews, The Basin Park Hotel Balcony Restaurant, New Delhi Café, Karma Kups Tea House, The Original Funnel Cake Stand, Red's Pizzeria, Nyx Café, The Stone House and Amigos. Dining pass holders will be able to enjoy full entrees, indulge in fresh oysters, sample craft beer, and enjoy that funnel cake they always want to have.
Main Street Eureka Springs hosts Main Street Eats twice a year and encourages foodies to try new places and make their own party along the way.
Tickets are available online or can be purchased in person at Brews at 2 Pine St. on the evening of the event. Proceeds benefit Main Street Eureka Springs, a 501(c)3 nonprofit serving to support entrepreneurs, economic development through preservation and creative place making.
Currently, Community Blood Center of the Ozarks reports less than a three-day supply of type O negative and A positive blood. But all blood types are needed this week. Please give if eligible.
Help by giving blood at these upcoming blood drive:
•Holiday Island: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. April 1, Holiday Island Elks Lodge, 4 Parkcliff Drive
•Lowell: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 4, Central States, 302 Jane Place
Information: (800) 280-5337 or cbco.org
The Osher Lifelong Institute at the University of Arkansas announces the following classes for the upcoming week:
April 2: "Being White in the Work for Social Justice" -- In today's culture we need constructive approaches to achieve racial equity and justice. The first session of this class will briefly introduce two key concepts: understanding white fragility and looking at a set of three roles of actor, ally, or accomplice. The second session will focus in depth on the three role opportunities and challenges for whites in the fight for racial justice. Participants will develop personal understanding of white fragility and explore choices for roles they could assume in pursuing racial equity and justice. $28 members/$43 nonmembers.
• April 4: "Introduction to Mid-Century Modern Architecture." $25 members, $40 nonmembers.
• April 4: "What's Shaking: Forecasting Earthquakes." $21 members, $36 nonmembers.
• April 5: "Hands of Mercy: Methods of Healing Practice by Frontier Nuns in Arkansas." $22 members, $37 nonmembers.
• April 5: "The Bible and the Quran." $40 members, $55 nonmembers.
Information: (479) 575-4545 or olli.uark.edu.
Class of 1979
The Springdale Class of 1979's 40-year reunion planning meeting will be at 4 p.m. April 7 at Sassafras Springs Winery in Springdale.
Information: Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook.com/springdalehighschoolclassof1979.
two teas set
Scott and Carolyn Buss will host two high teas, each with a special concert, at 3 p.m. April 14 and 4 p.m. April 15 at the Institute of Music, Worship and the Arts, 2262 Forest Hills Blvd. in Bella Vista.
Tickets are $20, or $18 for four or more, and proceeds support music and the arts in Bella Vista through scholarship funds for students in Northwest Arkansas.
Information: (479) 254-9188 or email email@example.com.
When a loved one has Alzheimer's disease, it affects everyone in the family, including children and grandchildren. Therefore, the UAMS Schmieding Center for Senior Health and Education in Springdale is offering a free program for kids April 6 to help them learn to cope with what can be a very stressful and confusing time in their lives.
"Understanding Alzheimer's Disease for Kids and Teens" is intended for children and teenagers who are being impacted by having people in their lives with the disease.
The center is offering two age-appropriate sessions:
• Children's program (ages 8-12) -- 10 a.m.-noon
• Teens' program (ages 13-18) -- 1-3:00 p.m.
Both programs will be at the UAMS Schmieding Center for Senior Health and Education at 2422 N. Thompson St. in Springdale.
Information: (479) 751-3043 or uamscaregiving.org/springdale/youth.
NAN Profiles on 03/31/2019
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