The streets of downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock will be crowded with women of all ages for the annual Komen Arkansas Race for the Cure on Saturday, as reported in Thursday’s Arkansas Weekend section. The race starts at 8 a.m. at Broadway and Second Street. The weekend will also be busy with related events like the Pink Duck Walk, the 6th K Cafe brunch, and the Pasta Party. Race registration is $25.
The historic Malco Theatre is warming up the projectors for the annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, opening Friday and continuing until Oct. 24. This year’s offering will include films like Bag It, Ballhawks, The Crisis Mr. Faubus Made and The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan. Admission is $5 for a single ticket, $25 for a one-day pass, $50 for three days, $150 for a full festival pass.
In Little Rock’s River Market pavilions, hundreds of artworks by dozens of artists will take up residence for the Sculpture at the River Market Invitational Show and Sale, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free.
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