Museum’s Dino Lites exhibit to shed light on Hot Springs

Elsewhere in entertainment, events and arts this weekend:

LIGHTING: Dino Lites

The Mid-America Science Museum, 500 Mid America Blvd., Hot Springs, hosts its museum’s annual illumination Dino Lites Ad, Friday 5 p.m. For Dino-Lites, on display Fridays and Saturdays through December 22 from 5pm to 7pm, community and business organizations will decorate the 18 dinosaurs along the Oaklawn Foundation’s Dino Trek with light designs; Guests can vote for their favorite and the winner will receive $500. Call (501) 767-3461, extension 121, for sponsorship information. Museum admission is $12, $10 for children 3-12, $11 for seniors 65 and older, teachers and military personnel. Call (501) 767-3461 or visit

SHOP: River Market ‘Jingle’

The Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau is launching a new holiday tradition – “Think Big Shop Small – Jingle on the River Market”, Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the River Market Pavilions, 400 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock, including music, a children’s craft area and a visit from Santa. Children’s activity stations include letters to Santa, preparing reindeer feed and Christmas crafts. Santa Claus and Rudy the Reindeer are available for photos from 10am to 2pm. Admission is free. It is part of the national Small Business Saturday campaign. Visit

art market

Boulevard Bread Company, 1920 Grant St., in Little Rocks Pulaski Heights, houses the Boulevard Bread Co. Holiday Art Market, Saturday 3:30-6:30 p.m. In another reflection of Small Business Saturday, local artists and vendors will sell artwork, clothing, jewelry, Christmas cards “and more.” Boulevard Bread will open its bar selling food and coffee. Visit

photo Joel Murray (from left), Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops and Jeff B. Davis bring their “Whose Live Whatever?” Show at the Robinson Center in Little Rock on April 5th. (Special issue of the Democrat Gazette)
‘Whose life anyway?’

The master improvisations Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis and Joel Murray from the TV series “Whose Line Is It Whatever?” bring their 90-minute stage show, “Whose Life Anyway?” to Little Rock, 7 p.m. on April 5 at the Robinson Center Performance Hall, 426 W. Markham St. on Broadway. The show will feature some of the improv games from the TV show as well as new ones and musical direction from Bob Derkach. Tickets cost $53 and $63. Call (501) 244-8800 or visit


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