Saturday, February 23, 2013
Angel Gala (Fundraiser)
Location: Doubletree Suites in Bentonville
Havenwood will be hosting it's annual Angel Gala on February 23rd, 2013 at the Doubletree Suites in Bentonville. Hosted by Neile Jones this event will feature cocktails, silent and live auctions, raffles, formal dinner, and dancing.Proceeds benefit resources and staffing for Havenwood.For tickets or sponsorship information contact Havenwood at 479.273.1060 or email@example.com
John Brown University Basketball Game (Sports Event)
Location: JBU Bill George Arena, Siloam Springs
Come out and support our John Brown University Golden Eagles! Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for non-JBU students. Under age 5 and JBU students get in free!
Your Marriage: Core Connections Conference (Marriage Event)
Location: Fellowship Bible, Lowell
Has your marriage been placed on the back burner and replaced with the busyness of life? Sounds like you and your spouse need to refocus and come back to the “core connections” that drew you to one another. The Joshua Center is hosting its “Core Connections Marriage Conference” March 1-2 at the BiLD training center at Fellowship Bible Church of Northwest Arkansas. The 2 day conference will focus on surprisingly practical things that are often omitted in a Godly marriage. We believe this conference will both challenge and change your marriage. For more information and to register for the event, please visit our website: www.thejoshuacenter.com. Registration deadline is Feb. 28
40 Days of 24/7 Prayer (Prayer Event)
Time: 12:00 AM to 11:55 PM
Location: Fayetteville Prayer Room
40 Days of all day prayer, praise & worship. Connect with God. Join us as we "Seek God for this City".
Summer Registration (Child Care)
Location: First School
First School, a ministry of First United Presbyterian Church of Fayetteville, is now registering for summer session and the fall 2013 school year. Spaces are limited! Call 479-571-4516 or visit www.firstschoolfayetteville.org for more information.
Polar Bear Yard Sale (Garage Sale)
Time: 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Location: 1601 S 17th St Rogers, Ar
In His Hands Puppet Ministry out of Piney Point Baptist Church is having a fundraiser Polar Bear Yard Sale to raise money for our puppet team and other church members to go on a Mission trip in June to Costa Rica. There will be furniture, electronics and much more. Come check it out and help support our cause.
Alice in Wonderland Turn Around Tea Party! (Family Event)
Time: 10:00 AM to 3:00 AM
Location: Siloam Springs Community Building
Alice in Wonderland's Turn Around Tea Party is an event for the entire family! You will be greeted by Alice & the gang as you enter into Alice's Wonderland themed play and tea party. The play transitions to the tea party where you will be served hot tea, pb&j tea sandwiches,and an assortment of tea desserts. The play is short but fun, just long enough to keep those little guys' attention! The turn around tea party is hosted to raise money for missions. All proceeds go directly to mission work in Guatemala, Cuba, Peru, Africa, Nepal and India! If you're unable to make it, consider sponsoring a family that is less fortunate! Turn around tea party times will be at 10AM, 12:30PM, & 3:00PM. Tickets are $10 each, payable at the door and you can RSVP to Nicky with any questions and the time you would like at 479-427-6306. There are only 100 spots available per Tea Party so RSVP now and lets have some fun!
Dwayne Kuykendall Medical Fund (Fundraiser)
Time: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: Prairie Grove High school cafeteria
Dwayne Kuykendall , a well loved and respected man by his community , friends , and family , was recently admitted to the hospital after a high blood sugar scare . After days in the hospital he was diagnosed with diabetes and he also had massive blood loss. Thanks to God , he is ok now but will have tremendous medical bills due to having no insurance and all the procedures he had done. Because of how amazing and helpful Dwayne is to others , we feel it is our turn to help him out . We will be having a fundraiser on February 23rd, 2013 from 5-9 pm at the Prairie Grove Highschool. There will be a chili and spaghetti supper which includes dessert and will be 5.00 per plate. There will also be live music, a silent auction , a homemade pie auction and a raffle! We have also set up an account through Arvest Bank, "Dwayne Kuykendall Medical Fund ," for monetary donations. Please come out and have a night a fun for a very worth cause!
The Art of Marriage (Registration)
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Location: Cross Church Fayetteville
Cross Church Fayetteville is hosting a six-week class for married couples. "The Art of Marriage" will begin at 5:00 p.m. this Saturday, Feb. 2 and continue Sunday nights from Feb 10-March 10 @ 5:00. "The Art of Marriage" was produced by Family Life Ministries. Topics will include: God's purpose for marriage, overcoming isolation, fulfilling responsibilities, communication and conflict, intimacy, and leaving a legacy. Registration is available at crosschurch.com/fayetteville>small groups or by calling 479-695-5200 and asking for Rachel. Cost is $35 per couple. Child care will be provided at the church, 3484 W. Wedington Drive. The class will be held on the est side of ARVEST Bank near the church.
GriefShare Support Group (Support Group)
Time: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Location: FUMC, Bentonville, 201 N.W. 2nd Street
The First United Methodist Church of Bentonville is offering their 13 week GriefShare Support Group, Saturdays from 5:30-7:30 pm. These weekly two hour sessions are open for all who need a safe place to work through their grief. For more information contact Doylene Fuqua at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 479-640-1639. You can also find out more online at fumcbentonville.org, or call 479-273-2712.
In This House Musical (Blood Drive)
Time: 7:30 PMLocation: Sager Creek Arts Center, Siloam Springs
Under the direction of Ben Hill, veteran singer/actors Gary Guinn, Go Strealy, Scott Carrington, and Liesl Dromi will perform in this heartwarming story of two couples brought together by a minor car accident, and forced to spend New Year’s Eve in an abandoned home. Through the course of the night, the characters confront their hopes, apprehensions, fears, and regrets about family, marriage, and the fleeting nature of time. The audience will face their own questions regarding their most important relationships, and ultimately find encouragement and strength In This House.