Feb 07 Tuesday
Black River Technical College (BRTC), in collaboration with First Horizon Bank, and the Eddie Mae Herron Center/Museum will host a Black History Month event at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 7 at the Randolph County Development Center on the Pocahontas BRTC campus, located at 1410 Hwy. 304 East. This year’s Black History Month Event will feature two one-man-shows, Starry Road to Freedom, performed by Darius Wallace, and Live Rich, or Die Poor, performed by Ann Perry Wallace.
Feb 10 Friday
Local Fire Stations will compete to see who can make the best chili. A silent auction will take place. Chili items will be sold and games will be played. All Proceeds go to the BRTC Fire Science program
Mar 04 Saturday
parish life center at st. paul catholic church1002 Convent St., Pocahontas, AR 72455$100 per person
Heavy Hors d'Oeuvres and CocktailsTickets available at https://BRTC2023.givesmart.com Online auction opens February 16
Mar 31 Friday
AUDITIONSAuditions will take place March 31st and April 1st at 6:30 pm at Sue's Kitchen Express. Please note your conflicts on your audition form. Our goal is to work around your summer plans.The Center Stage Production team provides a safe and encouraging environment during the audition process. We will take time to review some of the songs, discuss the characters and take the time needed to explain the audition process.
AUDITION MATERIALSAuditionees will participate in a singing audition for singing roles. For the singing auditions, please prepare a 16-32 bar cut of a piece in the style of the show- Can be from the show, a pop/rock, or a gospel song. In the audition, you will be asked to read from the sides provided in the audition packet (does not need to be memorized). If called back for a dancer, you will be taught a dance combination from one of the production numbers from the show on Sunday at callbacks. Please familiarize yourself with the story of the show, the cast of characters, and musical selections prior to auditions so that you feel confident!
Apr 01 Saturday
Apr 14 Friday
Legal Aid of Arkansas is organizing an estate planning clinic in Trumann, AR to help with disaster preparedness in response to the Dec. 2021 tornados. We will be drafting last wills, beneficiary deeds, powers of attorney, and living wills at no cost for members of the public, regardless of income.
Apr 22 Saturday
Veterans of Foreign Wars- District 4 will be holding a recruitment drive to find local war veterans interested in joining any of the area's VFW posts. Donations from the public also will be accepted.
Apr 24 Monday
— Black River Technical College (BRTC) will host the third event in the First Horizon Lecture Series at 6:30 p.m. on April 24 at the Randolph County Development Center. Associate Professor of Finance Dr. Chris Lawrey from the University of South Alabama will present “Cryptos! Ready or Not! Here They Come!” The event is free and open to the public.
Apr 25 Tuesday
Guest Speakers:Child Abuse Survivor GuestMylea White, RCDCFSShawnie Wilson, NEA Children's Advocacy Center Executive Director
May 17 Wednesday
Join NINDS for a Facebook panel discussion in partnership with the DC Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance as we commemorate #WorldHypertensionDay and talk about ways you can take charge of your health today to help prevent stroke and dementia tomorrow.