February 6, 2020
– Guests: Shannon Boshears, Vice-Chancellor of Advancement & Executive Director of UA-Pulaski Technical College Foundation | UA-Pulaski Technical College presents a list of special events in celebration of Black History. The events will take place in The Center for Humanities and Arts, 3000 W. Scenic Drive in North Little Rock.
- Feb. 13th | 7pm | Dr. Tererai Trent
- Feb. 15th | 7:30pm | Mary Wilson of the Supremes
- Feb. 29th | 7:30pm | The Mississippi Mass Choir
For tickets, visit www.uaptc.edu/charts or buy at the door one hour before the show.
– Guests: Joe Vincent, Executive Director of G3 Academy | A free USDA funded nutrition program is available at G3 Academy, a year-long program that includes an extended summer program, available after school with evening activities from 4pm-7pm. The Academy is designed to give at rick, gang-involved and underprivileged youth a safe place to learn skills, prepare for college, with an emphasis on making positive choices conducive with productivity and growth with an emphasis on sports and marketing. For more information, visit www.fab44basketball.org or www.arg3academy.com.
– Guests: Christina Shutt, Executive Director at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center; Perrion Hurd, Artist; and Ebony Blevins, Photographer | Mosaic Templars Cultural Center will have an Opening Reception to feature “Wonders and Signs” by artist Perrion Hurd, Thursday, February 6 at 6pm at 501 West 9th Street in Little Rock. Perrion is MTCC’s 2020 Black History Month’s featured artist and will showcase murals with themes of culture, success, people, survival and oppression, and more. For more information, visit www.mosaicetemplarscenter.com.