LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Here's a look at some fun activities for you and your family!
Champions for Children Radiothon at Arkansas Children's Hospital
B98.5 and Alice 107.7 will broadcast a radiothon from the Arkansas Children's Hospital lobby to benefit the center. To volunteer for a two hour shift manning the on-site phone bank, contact Jennifer Selig at ACH
Info: SeligJC@ARChildrens.org or www.GivingARChildrens.org
African American Razorbacks Program at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center
This all-ages event honors the impact of African Americans in Razorback sports. This year's program highlights the 1976 Cotton Bowl team and the 1978 Orange Bowl team
Therapeutic Recreation Kids Night Out: Dinner and a Movie
Children with special needs ages 8-18 are invited to socialize with friends over dinner and a movie. Registration required $25 plus meals.
The Adventure club at Arkansas 4-H Center
This program from Little Rock Parks and Recreation's Therapeutic Recreation division gives children ages 8-18 with special needs the chance to explore the great outdoors. The two day session (9 and 16) is open to all ability levels.
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days
Arboretum Night Hike at Pinnacle Mountain State Park
A park interpreter will lead you in exploring how both human and animals senses adapt to low light levels.
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Conway Symphony Orchestra's Enchanted Tales at Reynolds Performance Hall at UCA
This family performance will followed by children's crafts, refreshments and a chance to "meet the instruments"
Opening weekend for Treasure Island, A New Musical at Arkansas Repertory Theatre
The Rep premieres a never before seen production of "Treasure Island, A New Musical", based on the famous tale by Robert Louis Stevenson
Performances are 8 p.m. and 2 & 7 on Sunday
Also opening weekend for
The Princess and the Pea at Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre
Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale of royal courtship, adapted for this production by Alan Keith Smith, is told with whimsy and wonder.
$12 Performances are 3 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday
special spring break matinees are 2 p.m. March 19-22