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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Meet fellow canoeing enthusiasts near you! Join Northwest Arkansas Canoe Club for its monthly meeting, tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Jim’s Razorback Pizza (2620 W. 6th Street) in Fayetteville. For more information, visit the Club website at www.arkansascanoeclub.com.
Interested in keeping bees? Wanna meet fellow beekeepers? Then, attend Ozark Foothills Beekeeping Association’s monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church (43 Oak Tree Road) in Damascus. For more information, contact Sonny Chidister by clicking here.
Interested in keeping bees? Wanna meet fellow beekeepers? Then, attend Ouachita Beekeeping Association’s monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at Union Bank of Mena (303 Highway 71 N) in Mena. For more information, contact Cleve Hughes by clicking here.
For great bargains on used plants, visit Plant Services (5514 Crystal Hill Road) in North Little Rock, tomorrow between 9 a.m. to noon. I have bought several gently used plants for amazing prices. Can’t make it this Saturday? Don’t worry. Plant Services has a used plant sale every second Saturday of the month.
Join Hot Springs Village Audubon Society (HSVAS) for its monthly meeting, tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Coronado Center in Hot Springs Village. rian Baldwin, will give a present titled “Beetles and Bugs of the Arkansas Area.” Brian studied zoology in college and teaches the children about the different kinds of native bugs and beetles. His presentation will also discuss how beetles and bugs affect all of us. Visit the HSVAS website for more information.
Join Audubon Society of Central Arkansas (ASCA) for its monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at John Gould Fletcher Library (823 North Buchanan) in Little Rock. Dr. Lyndal York, Professor Emeritus at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, will give a presentation titled “Birding Spain from the Pyrenees to the Delta de l’Ebre.” During May 8-24, 2012, Dr. York and Bill Shepherd traveled to Spain where they birded many locales in the northern section of the country from low to high elevations, from marsh to steppe. They saw fabulous birds such as the Lammergeier, White-backed Woodpecker, Red-billed Chough, and … Continue reading
Join Garland County Audubon Society for its monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at the Westminister Presbyterian Church (3819 Central Avenue) in Hot Springs. Dan Scheimann, Director of Bird Conservation with Audubon Arkansas, will give a presentation titled “Kenya Birding Safari.” Dan will share sights, sounds, and stories from his July 4-17, 2011, Kenya birding safari. He, his wife Samantha, and three others hired a guide to introduce them to the wonders of Africa during the peak of wildebeest migration. They visited a variety of habitats from rain forest to arid scrubland in several national parks and reserves including Maasai … Continue reading
Join the Arkansas Bicycle Club (ABC) for its monthly meeting, tonight at 6:15 p.m. at Boudreaux’s (9811 Maumelle Boulevard) in North Little Rock. Jeremiah with Chainwheel will discuss types of chains and quick links. Visit the ABC website for more information.
Considered one of the foremost urban retail planners in America, Robert Gibbs will give a Clinton School lecture based on his new book, “Principles for Urban Retail Planning and Development.” For the past 25 years, Gibbs has been active in developing innovative yet practical methods for applying modern trends in commercial development to more than 300 town centers and historic cities here and abroad. The principal of Gibbs Planning Group, he is a recognized leader in the New Urbanism, having pioneered the implementation of its environmentally sustainable principles of Traditional Town Planning and Smart Growth as an antidote to suburban … Continue reading
Join the Ozark Society – Highlands Chapter for its monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. at First United Presbyterian Church (695 East Calvin Street) in Fayetteville. Dr. Dory Zackry with the Geosciences Department at the University if Arkansas will discuss scenic areas for potential national monuments. For more information, visit www.ozarksociety.net.