February 07, 2019
– Guests: Brian Rodgers, Community Liaison, Mosaic Templars Cultural Center | February is Black History Month, and Mosaic Templars Cultural Center has a number of events planned throughout the month.
- Feb. 9th – Trap Yoga with Judi Kay featuring DJ Goods. (9am & 10am classes) Bring your mat. Space is limited. Call to register.
- Feb. 15th – Lunch & Learn with artist Sondra Strong, creator of MTCC’s 2019 Black History Month signature image.This event is free and open to the public with lunch provided.
- Feb. 16th – Black History Quiz Bowl | 10am-1pm
- Feb. 19th – The Church in Power | 6pm-7:30pm | A panel discussion about the church’s role in activism in Arkansas. Guests will be able to interact through breakout sessions.
- Feb. 23rd – Storytime Saturday at Loblolly Creamery | 11am-12pm
- Feb. 28th & March 1st – Arkansas Black Hall of Fame presents: The Distinguished Laureate Series Nine featuring the Honorable Lavenski Smith, Chief Judge of the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals.
For more information on these events or to register, call 501-683-9593 or visit them online at www.mosaictemplarscenter.com or like ’em on Facebook.
– Guests: Alma Williams, Board Member of the Art Porter Music Education | Art Porter Music Education presents For the Love of Art, a free concert, Sunday, February 10th at 6pm at St. John Missionary Baptist Church, 2501 South Main Street in Little Rock featuring national recording gospel artists Jermaine Dolly and Restine Jackson with host Billy St. James of Praise 102.5 FM and Little Rock School District’s Communication Director, Pamela Smith. Also performing will be G-Music and the Art Porter Singers. For more information, call 501-492-9120 or visit www.artporter.org or like ’em on Facebook.
– Guests: Todd Hunter, Program Adviser, Arkansas Department of Career Education – Adult Education Division | The Arkansas Adult Education Entrepreneurship Program allows adult Arkansans over the age of 18 to study and earn a Certificate of Proficiency in Entrepreneurship within 12 months. Participants can take part in mini workshops that help them learn the ins and outs of starting a business in Arkansas, as well as business finance options. The deadline to apply for the program is February 21st. The program will start March 11th. For more information and to apply visit www.ARcareerED.org/startup or call 501-901-2490 or toll-free 877-963-4433.