Z-Event Calendar

 The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its 2020 Annual Meeting and Gala Friday, January 24th beginning with the VIP Reception at 5:30pm at the Batesville Community Center and Aquatics Park, located at 1420 South 20th Street in Batesville.  The theme will be a “White River Lodge.”  For more information, call 870-793-2378.
The 2020 Team Loco Marathon and Half Marathon will be held Saturday, January 25th beginning at 6:30am at Tucker Creek Trail in Conway.  This event is a laid back race with ample aid station support every half mile.  Awards will be given to males and females who are the top three finishers for each distance.  The entry fee is $40 for either race.  All participants who register in time will receive shirts.  Proceeds will benefit Arkansas Hospice. 
The 2020 Freezin’ for a Reason 5K/10K and Lap for Life will be held Saturday, February 1st beginning at 9am.  The event will begin and end at the Conway High School West Campus, located at 2300 Prince Street in Conway.  Entry fees will be $35 for the 10K, $30 for the 5K, $30 for a Spirit Runner and $15 for the Lap for Life.  Proceeds will benefit Arkansas Children’s Hospital.  
Searcy Youth Soccer Spring Registration will be held Tuesday, February 4th from 5:30pm – 7pm at the Carmichael Community Center, located at 801 South Elm Street in Searcy.  If you already registered in the fall, you won’t need to register again.  The registration fee for children born from 2014 – 2016 is $80.  The registration fee for children born from 2012 – 2013 is $100. 
The 64th Annual Banquet of the Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce will be held Thursday, February 6th at 5:30pm at The Barn at Pine Mountain, located at 2075 Goff Road in Quitman.  Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin will be the guest speaker.  For more information, call 501-362-2444.
The 2020 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Arkansas will be held Friday, February 14th at the Cabot High School, located at 18 Spirit Drive in Cabot.  There will be a plunge during both lunches at 11am and at 12 noon.  All proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Arkansas. 
The 2020 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Arkansas will be held Saturday, February 15th at the Cabot Aquatics Park, located at 1245 Bill Foster Memorial Highway West in Cabot.  Registration will begin at 10:30am and the plunge will begin at 12 noon.  All proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Arkansas. 
 The 2020 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Arkansas will be held Saturday, February 22nd at Days Inn, located at 3109 East Race Street in Searcy.  Registration will begin at 9:30am and the plunge will begin at 10:30am.  The minimum donation to plunge is $50.  All proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Arkansas. 
The 2020 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Arkansas will be held Saturday, February 22nd at Woolly Hollow State Park in Greenbrier.  Registration will begin at 11am, followed by a dessert auction will at 12 noon.  Awards and a parade will be held at 12:30pm.  The plunge will be held at 1pm.  All proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Arkansas.
The 2020 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Arkansas will be held Friday, March 6th at Pioneer Stadium, located at #1 Pioneer Drive in Batesville.  The plunge will begin at 9:20am.  All proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Arkansas. 
All About Carz will host the 4th Annual Classics & Antiques on the Square Car Show Saturday, March 21st from 8am – 3pm on the Courthouse Square in downtown Searcy.  Registration will be held from 8am – 12 noon.  The registration fee is $20 per vehicle.  All vehicles must be classics and antiques 1995 and older year models.  There will also be music, a silent auction and food.  All proceeds will benefit the Humane Society in Searcy.
The 41st Annual Arkansas Scottish Festival will be held Friday, April 3rd – Sunday, April 5th on the Lyon College campus in Batesville.  Activities on Friday, April 3rd will include a golf tournament, The President’s Reception and The Kilted Mile.  There will be a full day of activities on Saturday, April 4th, including the Tartan Twenty Bike Ride, a Scottish breakfast, craft and food vendors, a bake sale, live entertainment, a British car show, a children’s zone, sheepdog demonstrations, Highland dancing and more.  The festival will conclude Sunday, April 5th with a worship service, live entertainment, sheepdog demonstrations, Highland dancing and the Boniest Knees Contest.
Jacksonville’s largest Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday, April 4th at Excell Park, located on Ray Road in Jacksonville.  All participants must arrive by 10am.  There will be egg hunts with 2,000 eggs per age group for ages toddler up to 10 years old.  The event is free and open to the public.  In the event of rain, the egg hunt will be moved to the Jacksonville Community Center.  For more information, call 501-982-4171. 

 

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