This weekend, entertainment and arts:
FUN: Pups on ‘Patrol’
The “heroic pups”Nickelodeon’s “PAW Patrol”Animation series: Take a pirate-theme cruise and discover hidden treasure “PAW Patrol Live! ‘The Great Pirate Adventure’”North Little Rock’The Simmons Bank Arena will take over at 11 a.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Monday. V.I.P. is available for tickets ranging from $19 to $69 — Very Important Pup — Packages, $124, include a premium seat and exclusive post-show photo op with the show’s characters — plus service charges. Visit pawpatrollive.comOr ticketmaster.com.
MUSIC: Potluck & Poison Ivy
Stephanie Smittle, singer, writer, and musician is the “headliner”For Potluck and Poison ivyToday at 7 p.m., Joint Theater & Coffeehouse 301 Main St. North Little Rock Doors Open at 6 Visit a rel=”nofollow noopener” target=”_blank” href=”http://potluckandpoisonivy.org/an-evening-with-stephanie-smittle”>potluckandpoisonivy.org/an-evening-with-stephanie-smittle.
Bluegrass and birds
Bluegrass Hall of Famers The Dillards, also known as the Darlings, became famous after introducing bluegrass music and bluegrass music to millions of people. “Dueling Banjos”And “Dooley”Television “Andy Griffith Show,”Saturday night’s headliner is Missy Raines, a 10-time International Bluegrass Music Award-winner. Friday night is Missy Raines’ turn as the headliner. Bluegrass & Fried Chicken FestivalFriday through Saturday at the indoor Ozark Highlands Theatre located at Ozark Folk Center State Park (1032 Park Ave. Mountain View).
Shows will be held on Friday and Saturday at 7 pm, respectively. They will also feature Mountain View musicians Ozark Strangers, Spillwater Drive, and Spillwater Drive. The Ozark Legacy and The Ozark Legacy are also featured. Sylamore special features Lillyanne McCool (18-year-old National Banjo Champion) and Mary Parker (17-year-old Arkansas Grand Champion Fiddler). Tickets are $50 for both Saturday and Friday, $35 on Saturday, and include access to the park’s artisan craft village and gardens. Family passes are available for two adults and two minors. Visit OzarkFolkCenter.Ticketleap.com.
Skillet Restaurant, which is located in the park will offer a fried Chicken Buffet every day from 4-7:30 p.m. as well as a breakfast Buffet (8-10:45 AM) with chicken and waffles and a Lunch Buffet 11 a.m.-2. Saturday, at 11:45 p.m. Breakfast is $13, lunch $14, and dinner $15 Visit OzarkFolkCenter.com.
Soprano & piano
Soprano Elizabeth Hunter AshleyMelinda Morse, pianist, will perform at 3:00 p.m. Sunday at Conway’s First United Methodist Church 1610 Prince St.
Ashley will sing “Quan do me’n vo’”Also known as “Musetta’s Waltz”) from “La Boheme”And “O mio babbino caro”From “Gianni Schicchi” by Giacomo Puccini, “Sure on this Shining Night”Samuel Barber “Summertime”And “Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man”George Gershwin “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore”Duke Ellington “Straighten Up and Fly Right”Nat “King”Irving and Cole Mills “Bewitched”Richard Rodgers “How High the Moon”By Nancy Hamilton and Morgan Lewis. “After the Song of Spring,”https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2022/aug/25/paw-patrol-goes-piratical-for-touring-stage-show/”HerEyes” “Benediction.”Morse will be on the stage “Une barque sur l’ocean”Maurice Ravel, an extract “Minstrel Impressions”Hector Villalobos and The “Fantasy Impromptu”Frederic Chopin
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ART: ‘From Rust to Dust’
CityThrough Oct. 7. A reception for artists will be held at 6:30 pm on October 1. Trace Adkins will perform at the EACC Fine Arts Center. Admission is free. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Call (870-633-4480, or visit eacc.edu.“From Rust to Dust,”The East Arkansas Community College Gallery is located at 1700 Newcastle Road in Forrest and features the works in charcoal exhibit of Marianna’s contemporary folk artist Cheryl McMickle.
ETC.: Momentary shows
Eight Northwest Arkansas artists, seven actors and a playwright, create and perform together. “Collision: When Visions Combine,”It is described as follows in a news release “an exploration of process, exchange and play,”Saturday, 5-9 p.m. in the Momentary 507 S.E. E Street, Bentonville. Each 15-minute set will take place twice at different locations in the facility. Momentary and Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange collaborated on this project. Admission is free. Details are available at tinyurl.com/muzdyvjf.
You can also view the Momentary’s 2022 calendar (except where noted, admission is not charged):
◼️ Sept. 13-18: “Bodies in the Land.”Marilyn Arsem, a performance artist, will read aloud published death announcements from Benton County residents throughout the day, from the Momentary’s opening until closing. themomentary.org/calendar/marilyn-arsem.
◼️Nov. 4 – Inverse Performance Art Festival, with national and regional performers to be announced.
◼️Dec. Dec. “Hush Arbor (The Opera),”Inspired by the “hush arbors”Created by enslaved Black Americans from the Antebellum South to secretly worship and commune, and to plan rebellion.” according to a news release, 8 p.m. Saturday, and “Conjure Woman,” a solo performance “African American culture, religion, literature, and culture celebrate the archetype, iconography, mythology, and conjure woman.”According to the release, Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets: “Hush Arbor (The Opera),”$20, $15 for members; $10 students/children For “Conjure Woman,” free.