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02/01/20 - 02/29/20
Photography by Taylor Prewitt
Photography by Taylor Prewitt will be on display in the Community Room of the Main Library. The featured photographs were taken on Wildcat Mountain, east of 74th Street (also known as Wildcat Mountain Road) and around Wildcat Mountain Lake (also known as Carol Ann Cross Lake) over the past few years. Prewitt is a retired cardiologist who worked at Cooper Clinic from 1969 to 2003 and now volunteers seeing cardiology p...
02/03/20 - 02/28/20
Community School of the Arts Spring Registration
Registration is open for Community School of the Arts private lessons and classes in music, theatre, dance, and visual art for students from preschool to adult. The curriculum includes choices for one-on-one lessons at preferred times and lengths. Students study with professional artists/teachers in piano, voice, guitar, drums, violin, painting and dance, to acting and more. Group classes are also beginning. Visual a...
01/07/20 - 03/12/20
The Monster Hunters
The Center For Art & Education is taking registration for The Monster Hunters, a short comedy by Joshua Mikel for the children's theatre program. It's a typical afternoon in Bumblewood when the weekly meeting of the Monster Hunter's Club (whose members have never caught, seen, or even tried to hunt a monster) is interrupted by a troublesome announcement: a real, live monster has been sighted in a nearby cemetery....
01/11/20 - 03/21/20
RAM Paint ‘N Sip: Paint Like the Masters
Whether you are a beginning painter or more accomplished, you’ll love this new, entertaining and educational paint party series at Fort Smith Regional Art Museum. Artist Petra Radcliffe will guide and inspire you as you create your own painting based on the art of Van Gogh, Peter Max, Bob Ross, Picasso, Edvard Munch and other famous artists during six bi-weekly Saturday evening sessions. You’ll learn little known fac...
03/01/20 - 03/17/20
Spring Soccer Registration
Registration for RVFC Recreational Soccer is now open for the spring 2020 season. The registration deadline is March 17, 2020. Register online. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloakc4b939a33dab143a83804547ba0a5e9c').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '=';...
03/07/20 - 03/07/20
Junk In The Trunk Fundraiser for Animal Welfare
Calling all junkers and thrifters for a junk in the trunk event to help save kitties and puppies. Tons of local junkers and thrifters will be set up inside and outside the Fort Smith Retro Market. A portion of sales will be donated to Almost Home Shelter and Jen's Kitty Rehab. Refreshments will be available from local food trucks, including treats such as cotton candy. Participate in a salsa competition, play carniva...
03/13/20 - 03/14/20
Community School of the Arts Presents Cinderella
Community School of the Arts announces tickets on sale for the production of Cinderella! The CSA Youth Theatre Company of some 36 teens performs, directed by Shannon Stoddard, musical direction by George and Sheila Mann and choreography by Jennifer Woodside Anderson.  This timeless classic is a perfect show for the whole family. Tickets are on sale online or by phone. Group rates are available. Also available at CSA ...
03/14/20 - 03/14/20
Once Upon A Prom Giveaway

Girls 14-19 years old who cannot afford a prom dress may shop for a free gown from size 00-24. Quantities are limited in the larger sizes. Proof of financial need is not required. Have a formal dress to donate? Phone to arrange a pick-up. Larger sizes are especially needed. Don't leave a dress in the closet when it could help to make a wonderful memory for another, grateful wearer. 

01/02/20 - 02/29/20
Photography by Taylor Prewitt
This exhibit is on display all hours library is open. The original photography of Taylor Prewitt will be on display in the Community Room of the Main Library during January and February. The featured photographs were taken on Wildcat Mountain, east of 74th Street (also known as Wildcat Mountain Road) and around Wildcat Mountain Lake (also known as Carol Ann Cross Lake) over the past few years. Taylor Prewitt is a ret...
02/01/20 - 02/29/20
Photography by Jim Anderson

Jim Anderson's photographs will be on display at Dewey's Café. Photography of the natural landscape is a passionate hobby for this schoolteacher, who has photographed in all 50 states. His award-winning works can be seen at local banks and law offices, as well as exhibits in several State Park in Arkansas and Oklahoma. His photographs are also on display at the Arkansas Welcome Center on Interstate 40. 

01/20/20 - 02/24/20
Homeschool Art Classes
"Creativity is everywhere and is among the most sought-after skills in today’s complex economy." Art classes are a great way for homeschool parents to incorporate art into your child's curriculum. Classes meet each Monday starting January 20 through March 24 for this 6-day program. Each Monday, we will cover an artist and their style and technique. Students learn how to interpret, criticize, and use visual informati...
01/20/20 - 02/24/20
Afterschool Art Classes
Creativity is everywhere and is among the most sought-after skills in today’s complex economy. Afterschool classes meet each Monday and will cover an artist and their style and technique. Students learn how to interpret, criticize and use visual information, and how to make choices based on it. Students will get a chance to express their creativity and apply what they’ve learned by completing an art project each at e...
01/30/20 - 03/14/20
Cloth As Community: Hmong Textiles in America
The Fort Smith Museum of History will host CLOTH AS COMMUNITY: HMONG TEXTILES IN AMERICA with an opening reception for the exhibition beginning at 6 p.m. o. Hmong flower cloth (or paj ntaub) is one of the world’s great textile traditions and an excellent example of cloth as community. Despite its deep roots in Hmong culture, this complex art was not widely known outside Asia until after the Vietnam War, when Hmong re...

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