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2nd Friday Art Night

This Friday, October 12
5 - 8 pm
Free
Live music by The Smittle Band and
CD release party for Tales from Tattletown
 
The Smittle Band will play music from their newest release, Tales from Tattletown, available in the Museum Store for $10.
 
Tales from Tattletown is, "a collection of nursery rhymes for grown-ups; vignettes from smoky saloons and strip mall salons, from threadbare church pew cushions and grainy cartoons, from a señora selling helado out of an ivy-covered window beneath stucco walls of purple and green.”
 
The Smittle Band is: Stephanie Smittle, Bill McCumber, Wythe Walker and Ray Wittenberg.
 
 

Pie Party

Sunday, October 21
2 - 3:30 pm
Special party for our Museum Members
RSVP: Call 501-324-9351 or email tricias@arkansasheritage.org
 
Scrumptious pie from Hunka Pie and live music by The Pickoids are the highlight of this casual afternoon honoring our museum members.
 
It's not too late to join! You can even join or renew the day of the party.
 
 
 

Big Boo!-seum Bash

Thursday, October 25
6 - 8:30 pm
Free
 
Our not-so-spooky Boo!-seum Bash features family fun and loads of treats for little ones. Trick-or-treaters can come in costume with their candy buckets and explore the museum made-over for Halloween.
 
Be sure to enter to win a fun door prize.
You may enter during the Big Boo!-seum Bash at the museum.
 

Historic Arkansas in Jacksonville this Weekend

Heritage Living History
at Reed's Bridge Battlefield in Jacksonville
Saturday, October 13
9 am - 5 pm
Free
 
Historic Arkansas Museum and our sister museum, the Old State House Museum, are participating in this Living History event which includes: pioneer games and demonstrations, music and a Dutch oven cook-off.
 
For more information: www.reedsbridgebattlefield.com
 

Museum Store

From cookbooks to pottery, wooden spoons to biscuit cutters, the Museum Store has what you need to create your own Arkansas Made.
 
The Museum Store is open 7 days a week.
 
Museum members receive a discount.