From Pocahontas to Diana Ross, we're head over heels for LR this weekend.


First of all, let's start at the heart. We rounded up all the fun V-Day things to do with your boo, your crew and your little dog, too, right here:

Your Guide to Valentine's Day in Little Rock


And now for everything else...


Thursday, Feb. 13

Galentine's All Day at E.Leigh's: Ok, so one more to add to the list up top. This Hillcrest boutique is celebrating lady friendships with a full day of giveaways, candy, champagne, La Croix, mini massages and more. You want to be there, trust us. Shop hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. For more info, click here.

Night Fire, Music and Food Trucks at The Bramble Market: What chilly winter nights are made of. El Sur Street Food Co. will be on hand to fuel your fun, as well as live music and a fire pit. BYO blankets and stop in 5-9 p.m. For more info, click here.

Dr. Tererai Trent at CHARTS Theater: When you earn the title of Oprah's "all-time favorite guest," you know you've got a story to tell. The internationally acclaimed speaker/humanitarian/educator is known for her work toward women's empowerment and quality education. Trent's lecture begins at 7 p.m. For more info, click here

"Sleepless in Seattle" Screening at Ron Robinson Theater: Still waiting for Meg and Tom to wind up together. The 1993 quintessential rom-com is returning to the big screen for one night only, and you don't want to miss it. Showtime is 7 p.m. For more info, click here.

Gary Allan at the Robinson Center: Downtown Little Rock is right where country music fans need to be Thursday night. The multi-platinum and Billboard-topping artist is hitting our city as part of his latest tour. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. For more info, click here.


Friday, Feb. 14

Second Friday Art Night in downtown Little Rock: Bring on the 2FAN. It’s time for the monthly roundup of downtown businesses opening their doors for an after-hours gallery walk, and this time with a little extra dose of love. Highlights include a screening of "Look Out, Sister" at the Old State House Museum, a meet-and-greet with ASO members at The Bookstore at Library Square and exhibits at Nexus and The New Gallery. The fun lasts 5-8 p.m. For more info, click here.

Get our full 2FAN rundown here.

I Love Black Culture at Esse Museum: Hosted by The Authentic Self Little Rock, this event celebrates Black History Month through the poetry of Essmorra, Malik Tran and CC Mercer. The evening starts at 5:30 p.m. For more info, click here.


Saturday, Feb. 15

“The Many Facets of Maya Angelou” at Oley E. Rooker Library: The Celebrate! Maya Project is launching a new quarterly series and kicking things off by exploring the life and legacy of Angelou and how she made Arkansas home. It starts at 10:30 a.m. For more info, click here.

Grand Opening at Doors & Threads: More SoMa love to go around. This brand new shop features handmade African baskets, bags, home decor, art, jewelry and more, plus live music to start off strong. Stop in 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. For more info, click here.

Story Time Saturday at Loblolly Creamery: Sweet grooves await families at this Mosaic Templars Cultural Center event. Parents and kiddos will learn about jazz heroes and play a bit of music while enjoying Maple Leaf Ragtime, a maple pecan ice cream flavor created in honor of Arkansas African American composer Scott Joplin. It all starts at 11 a.m. For more info, click here.

One-Year Anniversary Party at Atlas Bar: It's been a year already? Then let's get to celebrating. The SoMa spot is marking the occasion with a red carpet party complete with live music, photo ops, all-day happy hour and cocktail specials. Be there 3 p.m. - midnight. For more info, click here.

Woman of the Year Gala at the Little Rock Marriott: The state’s oldest domestic violence shelter Women & Children First celebrates its signature fundraiser this year by honoring president and CEO of Arkansas Children's Marcy Doderer. Guests will enjoy an evening of fine dining, entertainment, special tributes and more. The festivities begin at 7 p.m. For more info, click here.

Mary Wilson at CHARTS Theater: Living legend alert. Wilson brought down the house with The Supremes for years, and now she's doing the same by performing the hits that made her a household name. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. For more info, click here.


Sunday, Feb. 16

Changing Channels: A Special Black History Month Performance at the Clinton Center: We're taking it back to the '90s. This year's show features the students of Parkview High School exploring the stories of Queen Latifah, Naomi Campbell, Arsenio Hall, Oprah Winfrey and more, all inspired by the current temporary exhibit "... Like It's 1999: American Pop Culture in the 1990s." The performance starts at 3 p.m. For more info, click here.

"The Wiz" at The Rev Room: From Oprah to Diana. This special performance celebrates Black History Month by bringing back the iconic show for a family-friendly evening. Ease on down the road at 7:30 p.m. For more info, click here.


Friday-Sunday, Feb. 14-16

"Pocahontas" Screenings at Movie Tavern: Who's up for running the hidden pine trails of the forest? The theater has a whole lineup of Disney classics as part of its Enchanted Tales series, and for just $6 a piece. It continues this weekend with this 1995 warrior princess. For more info, click here.