For more information, call 501-376-7151 or visit visit them on Arkansas Community Organizations on Facebook. Fireworks are a staple at festivities for many Americans during the summer months.June 28, 2018 -Greg Summers, retired Little Rock Fire Chief; Joe Gray, retired Little Rock Chief Fire Marshal; and Telly Noel, Sr. Unfortunately, many people do not realize just how dangerous fireworks and sparklers can be, which is a primary reason that injuries occur.-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 For more information and a list of the line up, call (501) 683-3593 or visit like ’em on Facebook.-Dominique Mc Grudder, Mighty Vikings Youth Football Team; Derrick Hamilton, Mobile Video Game Station; Jerald Smith, Battlefield Laser Tag; and Ozzie Banks, III, Photographer | The Jacksonville Mighty Vikings Football Team & Partners sponsors a Father’s Day Celebration, Sunday, June 17th from 2pm-6pm at the Jacksonville Mighty Vikings Football Field, 312 Ray Road in Jacksonville.The world would be a better place if we were all a little more like Kris Jenner.
Obey all local laws regarding the use of fireworks.
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-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.
This annual commemoration of the end of slavery will have family-friendly activities and attractions, exhibits, food trucks, entertainment, live music from the national recording artists Shanice and Sir the Baptist.
Hosted by The Bar-Kay’s Larry Dodson and Power 92’s Comedian Keith Glason, this event will also feature local artists, a showing of documentaries “Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street” and “Soul Food Junkies” and so much more!
A responsible adult should supervise all firework activities. Soak all firework debris in water before throwing away. Never try to re-light a firework that did not properly ignite.