Wednesday, July 23, 2014

EVENTS >> 7-26-14

DOGS ARE WELCOME AT FARMERS MARKET

The Cabot Farmers Market will go to the dogs from 8 a.m. until noon today when the Cabot Lions Club and Cabot City Beautiful sponsor an event promoting pet ownership.

The event will include an ugliest dog contest at 10 a.m., a cutest-dressed dog contest at 10:30 a.m. and a horseshoe-pitching contest at 8 a.m. The entry fee for each is $5.

The Cabot Animal Shelter’s mobile-adoption unit will also be on hand, as will a dunking booth that will charge $1 a throw.

The farmers market is at Hwy. 367 and Richie Road in Renew Church’s parking lot.

EVERYTHING IS FREE AT CHURCH’S YARD SALE TODAY

Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church at 9008 Hwy. 107 in Sherwood is hosting a free-for-all, or free yard sale, from 7 a.m. until noon today. The church will be giving away clothes, school supplies and other items.

GUMBO SUPPER TONIGHT AT LONOKE MUSEUM 

The Lonoke County Museum will host a gumbo supper fundraiser from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m. today. Tickets are $10 each. The museum is at 215 SE Front St.

For more information, call 501-676-6750.

SKINNER FAMILY PERFORMS MONDAY FOR AARP

The Skinner Family will perform gospel and Christian music at Cabot AARP’s meeting at 6 p.m. Monday at the Cabot Senior Center, 600 N. Grant St.

A potluck supper will be followed by a short monthly business meeting. Members and prospective members are invited.

For more information, call 501-492-1456.

OLD CABOT SCHOOL RECORDS SET FOR DESTRUCTION

State and federal guidelines allow public agencies to destroy special-education due-process forms and records when they are no longer needed to provide educational services to children.

The Cabot School District will keep records five years after the student graduates. Records that are not picked up will be destroyed on Aug. 16.

Guardians and former students can review or pick up a copy of their records if they received special-education services from Cabot Public Schools.

People 18 or older must pick up the records or sign a consent document allowing someone else to pick them up for them. If a former student has been declared incompetent or incapacitated, parents or guardians may review or pick up the records on behalf of that individual.

These records are available at the Special Programs Administrative Office at 802 N. Second St. in Cabot. Records that are not picked up will be destroyed on Aug. 16.

For more information, call the special-programs data clerk at 501-743-3543. These records do not include transcripts or grade reports.

CABOT CHAMBER’S ICE-CREAM SOCIAL IS TUESDAY

The Cabot Chamber of Commerce will hold its 10th annual ice-cream social from 5 until 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Army National Guard Armory, 300 Commerce Park Drive.

A homemade ice cream tasting contest will be held.

Awards to be given are Judges’ Choice Ice Cream, Most Unique Ice Cream, Members’ Choice Ice Cream and Best Display Table.

Political candidates or booths supporting political causes will not be allowed. For more information, call 501-843-1861.

CARLISLE PUBLIC LIBRARY’S SUMMER SCHEDDULE

Carlisle Public Library invites elementary pupils to a blob experiment at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Later in the day, the library will also host a stuffed animal sleepover. “Bring your stuffed friends to storytime at 5:30 p.m. Wear your pajamas and, once storytime is over, you will tuck your stuffed friends into bed and pick them up the next day to see what they did while you were gone,” according to a news release from branch manager Lynnette Ward. The library is at 105 E. Fifth St. Call 870-552-3976 for more information.

 Adults are invited to make their own laundry detergent at 5:15 p.m. Monday, Aug. 11. Bring an empty detergent jug.

 For all ages, BINGO4Books will be held from 3 until 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 12.