By arhospice on February 10th, 2022
Media Contact: David Edwards
What: Party at the Plaza benefiting Arkansas Hospice. The event will be a community-oriented celebration of food, art, music and family fun, with free concerts all day featuring multiple local, regional and national acts. Additional attractions will include the Paw-ty at the Plaza Dogtown Dog Costume Contest, virtual team fundraising and Scavenger Challenge, and the presentation of the first-ever Compass Award. Off-stage events will include Artists on the Avenue, a Memory Sidewalk, and kid-friendly activities.
When: Saturday, April 23rd, from 2:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Where: Argenta Arts District and The Argenta Plaza, Main Street, North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Who should attend: Everyone! Admission will be free to the public.
Who is involved: Party at the Plaza co-chairs are the brother-and-sister team of Charles A. Frueauff Foundation President David Frueauff and Vice President of Communications and Programs Anna Kay Frueauff. Those scheduled to appear in concert on the Plaza Mainstage include American Idol winner and Arkansas native Kris Allen, Jason D. Williams, The B-Flats, The Salty Dogs, The Rodney Block Collective and The Rocktown Sparks.
Why: Arkansas Hospice Chief Philanthropy Officer Shannon Boshears said, “We’re excited to partner with the Argenta Arts District to bring this wonderful community event for everyone to enjoy. We want to support the re-emergence of some of those areas hit the hardest by the economic impact of COVID-19 – the arts and the restaurant and hospitality industry. While we encourage the community to support these areas at the event, it will also benefit the mission of Arkansas Hospice to bring care to Arkansans in need of compassion and end-of-life care. Together, this is all very much a celebration of life and the things that bring meaning to us.”
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