Fathers can attend and spend quality time with their children on Father’s Day. June 07, 2018 -Jimmy Warren, 100 Suits Program Manager; Fredrick Washington, Mirror Me custom clothing line; and Katie Hargis, Grants Administrator | Pulaski County Youth Services debuts 100 Suits, a free program for young men ages 11-19.
For safety tips and information, visit the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission at gov. Featured artists will be Keyshia Cole, Joe, Dru Hill, 112 (“Q & Daron P”), H-Town and local acts The Rodney Block Collective, and Dee Dee Jones.-Michael Madison, Promoter | The Hot Summer Jam Block Party Concert will be Saturday, June 30th at the First Security Amphitheater in Downtown Little Rock. For tickets, visit the ticket outlets at: Ugly Mike’s, Uncle T’s Foodmart in Little Rock; Lindsey’s BBQ in North Little Rock; Gi Gi’s Soul Cafe & Lounge in Maumelle; The Record Rack in Pine Bluff; and Ce Ce’s Chicken & Waffles in Conway or online at June 21, 2018 -Christine Alongi, Director of Strong Hearts Rehabilitation Center at the Arkansas Heart Hospital | Summer is a great time to get outside for hiking, biking and running around with friends, but having fun in the sun also requires proper hydration. Increased perspiration, vomiting or diarrhea also are clear signs of dehydration. For more helpful tips and more information, call-501-978-3780 or visit us on Facebook at Arkansas Heart Hospital.Other signs may be dry mouth, dark-colored urine, being tired & dizzy, or having headaches. Gatorade or other sports drinks are good to drink because they offer a balanced solution to restore electrolytes. To learn more about programs at the Arkansas Heart Hospital, visit The program will help young men suit-up when interviewing for jobs, internships, scholarships, worship services, and professional events. It is another way Youth Services can expand their outreach in the community and help young men build confidence and self-esteem.For more information or to make a suit donation, visit or email [email protected] To enroll your child or learn more information, call 501-690-4791 or email [email protected] Lanita White of the UAMS 12th Street Health and Wellness Center | The annual Health & Wellness Community Expo presented by the Derek Lewis Foundation will be held, Saturday, June 2nd from 8am-pm at St.To enroll and learn more, call (225) 361-9035 or download & submit your application at -Brian Rogers, Community Relations Liaison for Mosaic Templars Cultural Center and Stephanie Sims, Guest Curator from the Clinton Foundation | Mosaic Templars Cultural Center presents Juneteenth Celebration, Saturday, June 16th from 12 noon-6pm at 501 West 9th Street in Little Rock.– Stan Ellis, Promoter | The 2018 Pine Bluff / Altheimer Blues Festival will be held Sat., June 2nd at Cook Family Park, 11712 North Highway 79 in Altheimer. Show starts at 4pm with featured artists Calvin Richardson, OB Buchana, Sweet Angel, Jaye Hammer, Nathaniel Kimble, Big John Miller Band, Will P., Mo B., Lady Trucker, and the Platinum Blues Band.The event will be hosted by Broadway Joe and Comedian Keith Glason. May 24, 2018 -Yolonda Holmes, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Arkansas State Program Manager | With Memorial Day around the corner and high school and college students celebrating graduations, we want to help keep this message in the forefront.These symptoms can occur when people are not drinking enough fluids. Unlike the average adult, a child, infant or elderly person loses electrolytes at a faster rate. -Hank Young III and Kris Young, Founders of Step Up Mentoring Program | The 4th Annual Step Up Mentoring Camp will be Friday-Sunday, July 27th-29th at the Arkansas 4-H Center, 1 Four H Way in Ferndale.The mission of the camp is to impact the lives of teenage youth 13-18 years old to empower them with knowledge & help them make a positive difference in their communities.