8 Days A Week Calendar

8 Days A Week

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Goddess Festival, Evensong, Marijuana

All events listed in 8 Days a Week are open to the public. To submit a listing, send to Fayetteville Free Weekly, P.O. Box 1607, Fayetteville 72702, or e-mail sporter@nwaonline.com, at least two weeks prior to event. Submissions are printed as space allows. Photographs and art are also considered.

Special Events

GODDESS FESTIVAL: Events daily throughout March at 1 E. Center St. in Fayetteville. Workshops, performances, events celebrating the divine feminine in all creation. goddessfestival.com or 521-8562.

COWSKIN PRAIRIE BOOK FESTIVAL: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at the Community Center, 104 W. Third St. in Grove, Okla. Free. okdivudc.com /2010/bookfest.htm or 918-542-4148.

“END MARIJUANA PROHIBITION DRUG REFORM”: 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Alltel Ballroom in the Union at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. With Allen St. Pierre, Executive Director of NORML & The NORML Foundation. Free, with catered food. uark.edu/rso/norml.

FIRST THURSDAY: April 1 at galleries in Fayetteville. Anniversary and Reception for Matthew Depper, Teresa Hall, Anthony TW Meyers, and Basil Semour-Davis 5-8 p.m. at the Fayetteville Underground. fayettevilleunderground.com.

GALLERY TALK: 2 p.m., FILM “WESTLAND”: 5 p.m., and DIANA MICHELLE ARTIST’S RECEPTION: 5:30 p.m. April 1 at the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery at the Arkansas Union in Fayetteville. Photographic documentary on life of reclusive Arkansas artist Tim West. Free. 575-5255.

ESSA SPRING FUNDRAISER: 7 p.m. April 1 at the Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center in Eureka Springs. Re Art- Chair-ity. Food, music, live and silent auctions. 253-5384.

Stage and Screen

“MAURITIUS”: 7:30 p.m. today through Saturday, April 1-3, and April 8-10, and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 3-4 and April 10-11 at TheatreSquared at Nadine Baum Studios in Fayetteville. $10-$22. theatresquared.org or 445-6333.

FILM “HAMLET”: noon Saturday at Malco’s Razorback 12 Theatres in Fayetteville. New production by Patrice Caurier and Moshe Leiser, conducted by Louis Langree, with Simon Keenlyside, Natalie Dessay, Jennifer Larmore, Toby Spence and James Morris. malco.com or 521-4080.

RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN’S “SOUTH PACIFIC”: 7 p.m. Tuesday through April 1 and April 4, 8 p.m. April 2-3, and 2 p.m. April 3-4 at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. $35.50-68.50. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

Words

“CAN WE BOMB KNOWLEDGE?” IRAQ TALK WITH DR. BARBARA AZIZ MAR: 3:30 p.m. Monday at Giffels Auditorium at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. uark.edu.

FAY JONES SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE LECTURES: “Recent Works” with architect Tom Kundig 5:30 p.m. Monday, “Culture/Architecture/People” with architect Craig Dykers: 5:30 p.m. April 5, and “To Maintain and Sustain: The Changing Role of Maintenance in Design and Sustainability” with Nikki Springer: 5:30 p.m. April 12 in Vol Walker Hall at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Free. 575-4704.

OZARK POETS AND WRITERS COLLECTIVE: 7 p.m. Tuesday at Nightbird Books in Fayetteville. Featuring Donna Stjerna. nightbirdbooks.com or 443-2080.

COVER TO COVER READING FESTIVAL: through April 20. Festival closes 7 p.m. April 20 with a talk by New York Times bestseller “Push” author, Sapphire. For ages 18 and older. Gifts and prizes. faylib.org or 856-7250.

CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP: 6:30-9 p.m. Thursdays in Fayetteville. For aspiring and experienced authors. With author and teacher, Gabrielle Idlet. $10 per class. gidlet@gmail.com or 799-4977.

Music

JOE BONAMASSA: 8 p.m. Saturday at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. $39-$69. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

EVENSONG: The choirs of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will perform Rutter’s “Requiem” at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at the chruch, 224 N. East Ave. in Fayetteville. Accompanying will be Natalia Karnes, harp; Theresa Delaplain, oboe; Linda Jones, flute; Stephen Gates, violincello; and Charles Rigsby and Linda Kelley organists and choirmasters. FREE. 442-7373.

NWA SACRED HARP SINGERS: 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Shiloh Museum. springdaleark.org/shiloh or 750-8165.

BRASS QUINTET RECITAL: 7:30 p.m. Monday at the University of Arkansas Fine Arts Concert Hall. With Rob Kain, Megan Mills, Michael Olefsky and Matt Snipes. Free. music.uark.edu or 575-4701.

WINDWOOD QUINTET RECITAL: 7 p.m. Tuesday at the University of Arkansas Fine Arts Concert Hall. With Travis Chilton, Cecilia Taher, Nattapon Banjatammanon, Paige Quinn, and Richard Bobo. Free. music.uark.edu or 575-4701.

ROBERT KAIN TRUMPET RECITAL: 4:30 p.m. April 1 at the University of Arkansas Fine Arts Concert Hall. Free. music.uark.edu or 575-4701.

QUINTELEMENTS WOODWIND QUINTET RECITAL: 7 p.m. April 1 at the University of Arkansas Fine Arts Concert Hall. Free. music.uark.edu or 575-4701.

DRUM CLASS: 7 p.m. April 1 at Fire Om Earth, 874 Mill Hollow Road in Eureka Springs. Technique development with frame drums, doumbek, and medicine drums. Meets first Thursdays. $10. fireomearth.com or 363-9702.

Learning

NORTHWEST ARKANSAS CIVIL WAR ROUNDTABLE: 7 p.m. today at the Shiloh Museum. springdaleark.org/shiloh or 750-8165.

FINDERS KEEPERS: 1 p.m. Friday at the Rogers Historical Museum Annex, 120 W. Poplar in Rogers. Antique show and tell; no appraisals. Free. rogersarkansas.com/museum or 621-1154.

MISSISSIPPIAN INDIAN HEADPOTS: 2 p.m. Saturday at the Shiloh Museum in Springdale. With author James Cherry. springdaleark.org/shiloh or 750-8165.

OZARK WIRELESS SOCIETY: 10 a.m. Saturday at the Shiloh Museum. springdaleark.org/shiloh or 750-8165.

LUNCH AND LEARN: Nutrition “Learn to Eat Right For Healthy Living, because You Are What You Eat”: noon-1 p.m. Tuesday at United Lutheran Church, 100 Cooper Road in Bella Vista, or noon-1 p.m. Wednesday at the Schmieding Center, 2422 N. Thompson in Springdale. Lunch provided; registration required. schmiedingcenter.org or 800-734-2024.

Outdoors

PAWS AND CLAW: 7:30 a.m. Saturday at Withrow Springs State Park north of Huntsville. Five-mile and 2-mile races. Benefits the Madison County Pet Shelter. $10-$18. 738-1505 or 738-1355.

EDIBLE LANDSCAPING: 10 a.m.-noon Saturday at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks on Crossover Road in Fayetteville. With Leigh Wilkerson. $10-$15; free with first-time BGO membership purchase. ozarksalive@gmail.com or bgozarks.org/events.

FRIENDS OF HOBBS GUEST SPEAKER SERIES: 2 p.m. Saturday at the New Hobbs State Park Visitor Conservation Area on Arkansas 12 in Rogers. “The Archaeology of the Historic Van Winkle Mill Site” with Dr. Jamie Brandon. Free. friendsofhobbs.com or 789-5006.

USSSA UMPIRE CLINIC: 3 p.m. Sunday at Gary Hampton Sports Complex in Fayetteville. $60. jmorrow@ci.fayetteville.ar.us or 718-7681.

SPRING BREAK AT HOBBS: Through Sunday at Hobbs State Park Conservation Area east of Rogers. Dutch oven cook off, scavenger hunts, nature crafts, hikes, story-time, boat tours and other activities. Free, except for boat tours: free-$10. friendsofhobbs.com/new/index.php or 789-5000.

Minor Matters

SPRING BREAK MOVIE MARATHON: “Astro Boy” (PG) 2 p.m. today at the Fayetteville Public Library. For children and families. faylib.org or 856-7170.

DAYTIME LOCK-IN: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. today at the Fayetteville Public Library. For K-2 students. Registration required. $10. faylib.org or 856-7170.

PUPPET CLASS: 10 a.m.-noon Saturday at the Art Experience, 641 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Fayetteville. Make a puppet and learn to use it. For ages 8 and older. 6-week course. $135. joannkaminsky.com or 442-0557.

INKLINGS TEEN WRITING GROUP: 5-6 p.m. Tuesdays at the Springdale Public Library, 1205 W. Maple St. springdalelibrary.org or 750-8180.

ENTRIES FOR “THE WANDERER” ART CONTEST: through March at the Children’s Desk at the Fayetteville Public Library. For students in grades 3-12. Color, black and white, pen and inks, pencil drawings, prints, photographs and paintings. faylib.org or 856-7170.

ELECTRA PROJECT: 4:30-7:30 p.m. April 1 at the Fayetteville Public Library. Group to meet first Thursdays of the month to read plays and discuss strong female characters. For teen girls ages 12-18. Free, registration required. faylib.org or 856-7170.

ENTRIES FOR “STUDENT SELECTS: A YOUNG FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE”: Due April 9. Four THEA scholarship prizes for graduating seniors. Winning entries posted to AETN Web site and shown at the Little Rock Film Festival in June. For Arkansas students, K-12. aetn.org/studentselects or 501-682-4190.

Seniors

SENIOR DEMOCRATS SPECIAL PROGRAM: 5:30 p.m. today at the Western Sizzlin Steakhouse in Springdale. With Arkansas Supreme Court Candidate, Judge Courtney Henry, and Community Clinic Director of Development, Cambre Horn Brooks. Buffet dinner. $11. 442-5212.

SENIOR HEALTH AND INFORMATION FAIR: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at the Springdale Public Library, 1205 W. Maple St. springdalelibrary.org or 750-8180.

KARAOKE WITH WINSTON: Monday at the Fayetteville Senior Activity and Wellness Center, 945 S. College Ave. 571-2920.

Auditions, Call for Volunteers, Entries

“IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY” AUDITIONS: 7 p.m. April 12-13 at the Rogers Little Theater. RogersLittleTheater.org or 631-8988.

ENTRIES FOR FAT CAT AWARDS: through April 15 to Community Access Television. For works aired in 2009 through March 1, 2010. $10 per entry. Judges also needed; must NOT be entered to judge. catfayetteville.org or 444-3433.

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS: to staff a new online and text chat support system for the Arkansas Crisis Center. arcrisis.org. “SOUTH PACIFIC” AUDITIONS: 7 p.m. June 7-8 at the Rogers Little Theater. RogersLittleTheater.org or 631-8988.

Coming Soon

NWA DANCE FESTIVAL: April 2-3 at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, and the Benton County School of the Arts in Rogers. With Desiree Robbins and Katey Weibring. Vendor fair. $8-$12 for performances 7:30 p.m. April 2 and April 3 at the Benton County School of the Arts. Workshops and classes; registration required. Free-$25 each. dancecoalition.com or 422-6132.

DEVIL’S DEN MOUNTAIN BIKE FESTIVAL: April 3-4 at Devil’s Den State Park in West Fork. Riders must wear helmets. arkansasstateparks.com or 761-3325.

TRENT TRUMBO MEMORIAL EASTER FEED: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. April 3 at St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish, 603 N. Leverett Ave. in Fayetteville. Home cooked ham, turkey and dressing, sweet potatoes, rolls, desserts and beverages. Free; delivery available for the homebound. mnaugustinefoundation.org or 750-3333.

THE SOUND OF AFRICA: 6 p.m. April 3 at the Union Ballroom in the Arkansas Union at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Showcase of African culture through food, dance, poetry and music. Fundraiser for charitable works in Africa. comp.uark.edu/~african or 966-7776.

KENNY LOGGINS: 7:30 p.m. April 6 at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. $45-$75. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

BEARFOOT: 8 p.m. April 8, and 8 and 10 p.m. April 9 at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. $16-$26. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

UFO CONFERENCE: April 9-11 at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks in Eureka Springs. ozarkufo.com or 501-354-2558.

SPRING DIVERSITY WEEKEND: April 9-11 in Eureka Springs. diversitypride.com or 253-2555.

INTERPRETI VENEZIANI: 8 p.m. April 9 at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. An artosphere event. $15-$31. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

“THE MIRACLE WORKER”: 8 p.m. April 9-10 and April 15-17, and 2 p.m. April 11 and April 18 at the Rogers Little Theater. $9.50-$42. RogersLittleTheater.org or 631-8988.

LAKE FAYETTEVILLE SPRING CLEAN UP: 9 a.m.-noon April 10 at the parking area between the Marina and the Softball fields at Lake Fayetteville in Springdale. Lunch provided; door prizes. BYO gloves, water bottles; wear old shoes and long pants. lfwp.org or 751-1840.

ARKANSAS PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA: 7:30 p.m. April 10 at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. $5-$15. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

“YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN”: 2 and 7 p.m. April 11 at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. Benefits the Mashburn Scholarship Foundation. mashburnfoundation.org.

NEIL SIMON’S “FOOLS”: 7:30 p.m. April 16-17 and April 23-24, and 3 p.m. April 18 at the Arts Center of the Ozarks in Springdale. Pre-show dinner April 16-17. $9-$20. artscenteroftheozarks.org or 751-5441.

UNIVERSITY THEATRE: WILLIAM FINN’S “THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE”: 8 p.m. April 16-17 and April 21-24, and 2 p.m. April 18 and April 25 at University Fine Arts Center in Fayetteville. Directed by Amy Herzberg. $5-$14. uark.edu/~drama/ or 575-4752.

LAKE FAYETTEVILLE OUTDOOR FESTIVAL: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 17 at Lake Fayetteville. Hiking, kayaking, kids gardening, live music by Bent Grass Green, and more. 575-8369.

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SCHOLA CANTORUM CONCERT: 7:30 p.m. April 21 at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. $5-$10. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

ARTOSPHERE: April 22 through early May at the Walton Arts Center and other NWA locations. artospherefestival.org.

LEVON HELM AND THE CATE BROTHERS: April 22 at the AMP at the Northwest Arkansas Mall in Fayetteville. amptickets.com.

STEVE MARTIN AND THE STEEP CANYON RANGERS: 8 p.m. April 24 at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. $51-$101. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

NORTHWEST ARKANSAS MUSIC AWARDS: 8 p.m. April 29 at the Dickson Theater.

HISPANIC WOMEN ORGANIZATION OF ARKANSAS: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. April 30 at the Jones Center in Springdale. With Keynote speaker National Council of La Raza President and CEO Janet Murguia. 751-9494.

“THE SECRET GARDEN”: 8 p.m. April 30-May 1 and May 6-8, and 2 p.m. May 2 and May 9 at the Rogers Little Theater. Mother’s Day Special May 9. $9.50-$42. RogersLittleTheater.org or 631-8988.

Art

ANNE KITTRELL ART GALLERY: Arkansas Union, Fayetteville. 575-5255. “The Artist” by Diana Michelle Monday through April 23.

ARSAGA’S: 1582 Crossover Road. Ste. 2, Fayetteville. arsagas.org or 527-0690.

ARSAGA’S: 2418 N. Gregg Ave., Fayetteville. arsagas.org or 444-6557.

ARTS CENTER OF THE OZARKS: 214 S. Main St., Springdale. artscenteroftheozarks.org or 751-5441. Celebrate Art Showcase through Monday.

BENTONVILLE CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU: 104 E. Central St., on the Downtown Square in Bentonville. 271-9153.

BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE OZARKS: 4703 N. Crossover Road in Fayetteville. bgozarks.org or 750-2620.

CENTER FOR ART AND EDUCATION: 104 N. 13th St., Van Buren. art-ed.org or 474-7767.

CITIZENS BANK GALLERY: 116 E. Buchanan St., Prairie Grove. 790-0342 or 846-2738. Contemporary ceramics, sculpture, paintings, prints, photography and gifts.

THE COMMON GROUNDS: 412 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville. commongroundsar.com or 442-3515. Window decorations by The New School students of artists Christina Mariatti throughout 2010. Works by Jan Gosnell, Katharine Tully and Alli Woods through March.

CORNER GIFT SHOP: 3582 N. Arkansas 112, Fayetteville. 521-2674. Art by more than 30 local artists and craftsmen.

CRYSTAL BRIDGES AT THE MASSEY: 125 W. Central Ave., Bentonville. massey.crystalbridges.org or 418-5700. “Looking at Our Landscape” April 1-May 31.

DDP GALLERY: 7 E. Mountain St., Fayetteville. ddpgallery.com or 442-0001.

DICKSON THEATER: 227 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville. liveatjrs.com or 575-0500.

FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY: 401 W. Mountain St., Fayetteville. faylib.org or 856-7000.

FAYETTEVILLE SQUARE: downtown Fayetteville. “The Homeless Project”, an audio-video public exhibition by UA Assistant Professor Bethany Springer, through March.

FAYETTEVILLE TOWN CENTER: 15 W. Mountain St., Fayetteville.

FAYETTEVILLE UNDERGROUND GALLERY: East Square Plaza Basement, One E. Center St., Fayetteville. fayettevilleunderground.com or 387-1534. Works by Matthew Depper, Teresa Hall, Anthony TW Meyers, and Basil Semour-Davis April 1 through April. Works by Arkansas artists Jennifer Libby Fay, William Mayes Flanagan and Don House through Tuesday.

FOUR SQUARE FINE ART GALLERY: 3996 Frontage Road Ste. 2 in Fayetteville. FourSquareFineArt.com or 422-8607. Works by Timothy C. Tyler, Robert Andes, Golsa Yaghoobi, Robert Glick, Cindy Wiseman, David Mudrinich, MM Kent, Doug Randall, John L Newman, Nichelle Wilson-Parish, Amber Perrodin, Suzanne Countryman, Szilvie Kadas, Hisai Kamamura Yale and Kirk Lanier. “Figurative Beings” by Robert Ross through April 17.

HEARTWOOD GALLERY: – An Artists’ Collective. 428 S. Government St., Fayetteville. 444-0888. Jewelry, pottery, glass, handmade books, textiles, sculpture, photography, paintings, drawings, mixed media, music CDs, wood turnings. More than 30 local artists.

JAMMIN JAVA: 21 W. Mountain St., Fayetteville, 443-2233.

JULIE WAIT DESIGNS ART GALLERY: 318 S. First St., Rogers. juliewaitdesigns.com or 631-8706. Paintings by Phillip Leonard April 1 through May 7. Abstracts by Mike Kious through Wednesday.

MAYAPPLE: 546 W. Center St., Fayetteville. 206-715-3271.

MULLINS LIBRARY: University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. uark.edu or 575-6702.

NWACC’S STUDENT CENTER: 108 A/B, Bentonville. “Free Expression,”First Amendment inspired works (viewer discretion advised) by the Art Club April 1-30.

OZARK NATURAL FOODS: 1554 N. College Ave., Fayetteville. 521-7558.

THE PERK: 3980 W. Wedington Drive, Fayetteville. 251-7375. “The Happy Show” by WWAM (Women With a Message” through Sunday.

POOR RICHARD’S ART: 116 S. First St., Rogers. poorrichardsart.com or 636-0417. Glassworks for April. “Black & White” works for March.

RICHLAND NURSERY AND ART GALLERY: Arkansas 23 South, Huntsville. 738-5305.

ROGERS LITTLE THEATER: 116 S. Second St., Rogers. RogersLittleTheater.org or 631-8988.

TEATRO SCARPINO: 329 N. West Ave., Fayetteville. scarpino.com or 409-3772.

TERRA STUDIOS, MUSE GALLERY AND COFFEEHOUSE: 12103 Hazel Valley Road in Durham. terrastudios.com or 1-800-255-8995. 35 regional artists, 10-acre art park with murals and sculpture installations. Home of the original Bluebird of Happiness.

ULTRA STUDIOS: 118 W. South St., Fayetteville. ultrastudios.org or 935-4040. Recent paintings by Nanci Ballew will open April 2. An opening reception will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on April 2. The exhibit will continue through April 30.

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FINE ARTS CENTER GALLERY: Fayetteville. 575-7987.

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS GLOBAL CAMPUS CENTER FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION: 2 E. Center St., Fayetteville. 575-6489.

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS STUDENT GALLERY (sUgAr): 114 Central Ave., Bentonville. 236-1667.

WALTON ARTS CENTER: 495 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville. waltonartscenter.org or 443-5600.

WHITE LOTUS SALON: 4750 E. Mission Blvd., Fayetteville. 582-4806. Painting by Dorylyn Thomas through March.

Museums

ARKANSAS AIR MUSEUM: Drake Field, 4290 S. School Ave., Fayetteville. 521-4947. Aircraft from all eras of aviation history.

ARKANSAS ARTS CENTER: Ninth and Commerce streets, Little Rock. arkarts.com or (501)372-4000. “World of the Pharaohs: Treasures of Egypt Revealed” through July 5. “Degree of Density: Selections from the Kentler Flatfiles” Friday through May 9.

CLINTON HOUSE MUSEUM: 930 California Drive, Fayetteville. clintonhousemuseum.org or 444-0066.

GRAVETTE HISTORICAL MUSEUM: 503 Charlotte St. S.E., Gravette. 787-7334. Early 1900s restored home with displays representing Gravette’s history.

MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACTS: 202 S.W. “O” St., Bentonville. museumofnativeamericanartifacts.org or 273-2456. Free self-guided audio tours of Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian and tribal artifacts.

PEA RIDGE NATIONAL MILITARY PARK: 15930 U.S. 62, Garfield. 451-8122. Self-guided road tour, 10-mile hiking trail, Civil War museum and bookstore.

PEEL MANSION MUSEUM AND HISTORIC GARDENS: 400 S. Walton Blvd., Bentonville. 273-9664. 1875 Italianate mansion with historic roses and plants.

PRAIRIE GROVE BATTLEFIELD STATE PARK: 506 E. Douglas St., U.S. 62, Prairie Grove. 846-2990. Civil War battlefield with original buildings.

PRICE TOWER ARTS CENTER: 510 Dewey Ave., Bartlesville, Okla. pricetower.org or 877-424-2424.

ROGERS HISTORICAL MUSEUM: 322 S. Second St., Rogers. 621-1154. rogersarkansas.com/museum. “Rogers Auto-Biography: An Automotive History of Rogers” through 2011. “Of Promise and Pain: Life Between the Wars” through June. “Day at the Museum: How History Comes to Life” through April 24. “Virgil Lovelace and Life on the Farm” through Saturday.

SHILOH MUSEUM: 118 W. Johnson Ave., Springdale. 750-8165. springdaleark.org/shiloh. Exhibits of early life in the Ozarks. Original buildings on the grounds. “All Dressed Up,” on clothing finery, through Jan. 22, 2011. “DISASTER!” through April 19. “What’s Its,” common items from that past that look strange today, through Saturday.

SILOAM SPRINGS MUSEUM: 112 N. Maxwell St., 524-4011.

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS DISCOVERY ZONE: 1564 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Fayetteville. cmase.uark.edu/UADZ/UADZ.htm or 575-3875.

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