Paw Patrol Live

Tickets to the 10am show are available here – https://www.itickets.com/events/372993

Tickets to the 6pm show are available here – https://www.itickets.com/events/372994

PAW Patrol Live! “Race to the Rescue”

PAW Patrol is on a roll with the first-ever live tour!

It’s the day of the Great Adventure Bay Race between Adventure Bay’s Mayor Goodway and Foggy Bottom’s Mayor Humdinger, but Mayor Goodway is nowhere to be found. PAW Patrol to the rescue! Ryder summons Marshall, Chase, Skye, Rubble, Rocky, Zuma, and the newest pup, Everest, to rescue Mayor Goodway and to run the race in her place.

Arcbest performing arts center
Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

Wednesday, June 14
10AM & 6PM
Ticket Prices: $17.75, $24.75, $32.75, $42.75 (Gold Circle) & $92.75 (VIP)

(Additional fees may apply.)

Be a VIP – Very Important Pup! The VIP package includes a premium seat, special gift and exclusive access to a Meet & Greet with Chase, Ryder and Skye after the show. Each adult & child (age 1 & up) in a group must have a VIP ticket.

 

Fort Smith Symphony – Conductor’s Choice

Saturday, May 13th, 2017 at 7:30pm

Two magnificent cornerstones of symphonic music together contrasting with intimate works for winds and strings. Sibelius’ 7th Symphony contains some of the most ravishing music ever composed for orchestra.

The visceral impact of the Sinfonietta (with its 12 trumpets!) is a true event indeed. A grand concert to conclude a celebratory season!

To purchase tickets please call 479-452-7575 or visit http://www.fortsmithsymphony.org/

Fort Smith Chamber – 2017 Business Expo & Job Fair

May 5th

Ex. Hall BC

State Volunteer Mutual Seminar

Fort Smith Symphony – Bonded: The Music of James Bond

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 7:30pm

Paying tribute to the music of James Bond and all things British, this thrilling concert is for those who like their music shaken, not stirred!

To purchase tickets please call 479-452-7575 or visit http://www.fortsmithsymphony.org/

Hannah House Dinner Event

Where Life Meets Love

Hannah House Mission: Housing young women 13-29 who are experiencing crisis situations in their lives, providing a place that empowers young women, allowing them to have a chance to stabilize their lives and prepare them for a better future.

Hannah House is a residential facility for young women who find themselves pregnant or have other life controlling issues. The house provides a structured program for each girl, including training in the practical aspects of living, counseling and spiritual help, as well as education and career guidance. We house our residents free of charge during their pregnancy or time of crisis and are a positive influence in their life when they need it most.

Organization

Hannah House opened September 8, 1997. We are recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c)(3) under our parent corporation Tree of Life Preventive Health Maintenance, Inc. We are funded by donations from individuals, corporations, churches, civic groups and foundations in our community.

Purpose

Our purpose is to offer these young women a place of refuge in a warm home-like atmosphere where we can help them work on the issues in their lives that brought them to Hannah House. We want to help them heal and become productive caring individuals and those who were pregnant will be able to care for their babies, or to help them in making a decision to place their baby for adoption.

Program

The average stay for a young woman at Hannah House is six months to one year; with 97% of our residents falling in the 100% category of the 2016 Poverty Level Guidelines, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Our program has grown through the years and now has three phases; in-house, extended living, and transitional housing. The in-house program is an eight step program with foundational steps and foundational tasks. Included in this program are life skills such as parenting, budgeting and finance, cleaning, cooking, and one-on-one counseling.  In addition, while learning these life skills they are also working to complete their education.

In the extended living phase, while still living at Hannah House, a resident may begin attending college and/or obtain a job, to prepare her for the future. After completing these two programs, she may move into transitional housing located next to Hannah House. In this phase she begins to become self-sufficient and a productive taxpaying citizen.

Success

We are in our 19th year of service.  Over the years we have had successful outcomes with young women who have completed the program.  Two former residents have come back to serve on the Board of Directors. Three former resident now hold jobs at Hannah House and one former resident works for Tree of Life.  This type of residual outcome will keep Hannah House strong. As those who have been through the program make sure the home is there for those who have, and will come after them.