Old State House Museum was Arkansas' original state capitol building. (Photo: Old State House Museum)
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Old State House Museum) - The Old State House Museum Associates extend their invitation to be their guest at this year's Annual Supper, an event that supports the friends group of the Old State House Museum. This grand evening will take place at the Old State House Museum, located at 300 West Markham Street in downtown Little Rock, on Thursday, November 1, beginning at 6 p.m.
The theme of this year's Annual Supper is "Two Party Arkansas, Then and Now." Guests will be treated to a fascinating discussion of the two-party system by former U.S. Senator David Pryor and former U.S. Congressman Ed Bethune. The Old State House Museum is the ideal setting for the Annual Supper because it was Arkansas's original state capitol building.
The Annual Supper is hosted by the Old State House Museum Associates and underwritten by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Dillard's Inc., Landers Toyota, Lisenne Rockefeller, and McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc.. The event benefits programs and activities at the Old State House Museum.
The celebration will kick-off with a cocktail party with Glazer's of Arkansas providing beverages. Dinner will follow in the 1885 House of Representatives Chamber. Guests will savor an exceptional meal prepared by Simply the Best Catering. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette cartoonist John Deering will create a cartoon to be auctioned during the evening. Political cartoons by Jon Kennedy will serve as the backdrop for the evening.
Tickets for the Annual Supper are $100 per person. Tables are also available for $1,500 and $1,000. For more information regarding the 2012 Annual Supper, please contact Sammye Johnston, OSHMA Executive Director, at (501) 664-1879 or email SammyeJohnston@sbcglobal.net.