January 6, 2012 by wcobserver
EXIBITS Shiloh Museum in Springdale will be having a “Cabin Fever Reliever: Collector’s Edition II,” the museum’s annual celebration of the New Year, featuring displays by local collectors on Jan. 14, 10 a.m – 2-p.m. Ongoing exhibits include “Whatever You Do, Stay in Print,” an exhibit on the life of journalist, educator, and historian Ernie Dean and “Roadside Attractions,” a photo exhibit of parks, souvenir stands, and highway kitch.
MEETING The January 2012 monthly meeting of the Washington County League of Women voters will feature a panel on local emergency preparedness on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 11:30 a.m. at the Fayetteville Public Library.
MARCH On Friday, Jan. 20, “Occupy NWA” locally along with “Move to Amend” nationally will demonstrate to Occupy the Courts. Meet on the Square in Fayetteville at noon for a short march to the Fed. Bldg. at 35 E. Mountain St. Our action from 12 noon to 2p.m. will include speakers, musicians, and signs to express our demands: End corporate rule, legalize democracy, corporations are not people and money is not speech.
BINGO at Prairie Grove American Legion Post 146. Every game has a winner. 4:30 earlies, regular games, 6:30. Hot Balls. 2 games worth up to a $1000. Free gift for new players. Find us on Facebook. 124 S. Neal. 479-409-5131. Easy Parking.
DANCE at ELKINS COMMUNITY CENTER Come Dance to Shadow Creek Band on Friday nights, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Located on Doolin Drive off Hwy. 16 in downtown Elkins. Alcohol free/smoke free. Family oriented. Concessions available, plenty of parking. . Call ECC @ 479-643-2080.
OLD CAR, NEW PURPOSE The Office of Human Concern is accepting older, running vehicles to help support OHC low-income programs for seniors, disabled and families. This is a tax deductible donation. Help us help others!. Call today! (479)636-7301.
CLASSES Northwest Arkansas Beekeeper’s Association is hosting a series of classes for beginning beekeepers on Jan. 30, Feb. 6 and Feb 13. They will be held at the Pauline Whitaker Equine Center on the U of A Campus from 6 to 9 p.m. Classes cost $5 per person or $10 per family (pay at the door).
BAKE SALE by Winslow Friends of the Library 1st Saturday of Every Month at City Hall in Historic Downtown Winslow.
CONTRIBUTE Do you have friends or family buried in the Brentwood Cemetery north of Winslow, Arkansas? Please help us keep the lawn mowed by sending a contribution to; Brentwood Cemetery Fund, Mrs. Beverly Stout, 15653 Canfield Rd, West Fork, AR 72774. Phone 479-839-2119
LUNCH & LEARN Washington County TEA Party to observe Black History Month at their bi monthly Lunch & Learns every other Tuesday 11:30-1 at Western Sizzlin’ in Springdale on W. Sunset in the Trail Blazer room. The David Barton “American Heritage Series” will include “Great Black Patriots” starting Jan 17. Come learn history from the founding fathers own writings, and how some great black patriots helped form our country. All are welcome. Contact Mike or Barbra Landry, 479-361-2611
MEETING The Winslow Historical Preservation Group will meet Jan 24 at 4:30 p.m. at the museum in Winslow. For information contact Beverly at 870-404-8661.