Issues like this one keep me proud to be the copy editor of Little Rock Soirée. Packed with information about philanthropic organizations and events, I couldn’t pick just one to write about.
If you are a small business owner in Arkansas, consider adding these three charitable events to your April calendar.
Eggshibition (page 20): Youth Home’s annual Eggshibition is at the end of this week! It features live and silent auctions, food and drink, live music, and one-of-a-kind artwork by Central Arkansas artists (including the classic egg art).
Diamond Chef (page 23): Seven chefs from Cajun’s Wharf, The Avenue, Verizon Arena, Table 28, YaYa’s Euro Bistro, Green Leaf Grill, and the 1836 Club are competing for the crown on April 13th to support the Pulaski Technical College Foundation.
Wildwood FEASTival (page 17): Head to Wildwood Park for the Arts on April 21st for beer, wine, signature cocktails, and food in support of Wildwood’s educational programs — including the Wildwood Academy of Music & the Arts that provides Arkansas youth access to music and arts education.
By attending these events, not only will you be supporting local charities, you will also have the opportunity to meet potential clients/partners and expand your knowledge of causes in Little Rock. Be sure to check out the April Datebook (page 50) for other fun and charitable events!
Alora D. Boerner
Freelance copy editor serving nonfiction writers, small business owners, and job seekers.