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2nd Annual Drain Smart Unveiling Party

Public Art + Free Food = FUN!

Drain murals on display. Photo: Audubon Arkansas
Admiring the art. Photo: Audubon Arkansas
Linda Haycook discusses her mural "Night at Fourche" Photo: Audubon Arkansas
Emmanuel Rice talks about "Grandpa Catfish." Photo: Audubon Arkansas
Prinn Vandegrift interprets her work. Photo: Audubon Arkansas
Photo: Audubon Arkansas
Thanks to Del Frisco's Grille for catering. Photo: Audubon Arkansas
Delicious food by Del Frisco's Grille. Photo: Lauren Clark
Thanks to Bravo Cucina Italiana for catering. Photo: Daniella Napolitano
Great food provided by Bravo! Photo: Lauren Clark
Wine by Hillcrest Liquor, served by Bravo! Photo: Lauren Clark
Thanks to Flyway Brewing for bringing the beer, Audu-Blonde Ale Photo: Daniella Napolitano
Lighting provided by Bylights. Photo: Lauren Clark
It was a family friendly event. Photo: Lauren Clark
Over 200 guests. Photo: Audubon Arkansas
"Lazy River Cats" by Mandi Houk and Terre Tollett Photo: Daniella Napolitano
Photo: Danielle Napolitano
We kicked off voting for your favorite mural. Photo: Lauren Clark
Thanks to all our partners and sponsors who make Drain Smart possible. Photo: Daniella Napolitano
Many thanks to the Drain Smart Committee for pulling off a great event. Photo: Lauren Clark

2nd Annual Drain Smart Unveiling Party

Public Art + Free Food = FUN!

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2017 Little Rock Audubon Center Fall Open House
Little Rock Audubon Center

2017 Little Rock Audubon Center Fall Open House

At this year's Little Rock Audubon Center Fall Open House, we honored the Center's founding board and contributors and awarded the 2017 Volunteer of the Year Award to Bert Turner. Prinntastic Art also unveiled the Center's new chalkboard mural. Over 80 friends and supporters joined us to celebrate! Thanks to the Little Rock Zoo, Flyway Brewing, RSVP Catering, and Cantrell Gardens for being part of the event.

Native Plant Market
Little Rock Audubon Center

Native Plant Market

Thanks to the 250 visitors and 4 vendors who ensured there will be more native plants for birds.

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