Yes, there's still plenty to (safely) see and do.
Friday, May 15
Virtual March for Babies Walk: This annual March of Dimes event is following the route of other local fundraising walks and going the digital route. You can help support moms and babies during COVID-19 and beyond through this socially distanced event. The livestream to celebrate it all kicks off at 3 p.m. For more info, click here.
Virtual Wine Dinner with Table 28: Yep, it's official. Online wine dinners are our new favorite quarantine thing. Four courses and two bottles of wine await in this dinner for two, along with a Facebook Live video to round out the experience. Dinner starts at 7 p.m. For more info, click here.
More local biz love: Your Guide to Stores Reopening in Little Rock
Saturday, May 16
The White Water Tavern Market: So maybe a grocery store isn't exactly where you want to be at the moment. Skip the middleman and hit the farmers market in the Tavern parking lot. Just make sure to follow the social distance rules they put in place. Stop in 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. For more info, click here.
Drive-In Movie Theater Pop-Up at 7318 Wind Song Drive: Moviegoers, rejoice. This NLR parking lot is going Hollywood with a screening of the Argenta-shot film "Antiquities." The movie is free, but donations to the Arkansas Cinema Society will be accepted at the gate. It's first come, first served for just 40 cars, with gates opening at 8 p.m. and the show starting at 8:45 p.m. For more info, click here. Update: This event is at capacity, but never fear, there will be more coming.
Thursday & Saturday, May 14 & 16
"Faces, Street and Land" Virtual Art Show: Hearne Fine Art is bringing the oil paintings of artist Wade Hampton to the masses by way of — because it's 2020 — Zoom. But first, catch the virtual reception on Facebook Live on Thursday night. Then hear from Hampton himself on Saturday afternoon. For more info, click here.
While you're plugged in, take a virtual (or drive-by!) tour of LR murals.
Sunday, May 17
Drive-Thru Bernice Garden Farmers Market: While we can't peruse the garden just yet, this is the next best thing. Pre-order from the list of vendors (get on that ASAP) and you can roll up on Sunday and drive away with the goods. Stop in 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. For more info, click here.
Saturday & Sunday, May 16 & 17
Encore Performances with Ballet Arkansas: Just because a global pandemic makes you cancel your season doesn't mean you can't still share your beauty with the world. Each weekend Ballet Arkansas broadcasts one of its past shows and keeps it up for a few days for viewers to watch at their leisure. Keep an eye on their website for details on what show to expect. For more info, click here.
More reasons to dance: Ballet Arkansas Announces 2020-2021 Season
Thursday-Sunday, May 14-17
Graduation Brunch at At the Corner: Turn the tassel and drive on through. The downtown diner's weekend feast is all about celebrating the class of 2020. Order up and get your curbside fill of grad-inspired eats like cinnamon french toast with blueberry chocolate sauce and turmeric ginger whipped cream. Plus, if you come in your cap and gown, you'll get a donut diploma. Grad eats are served all day. For more info, click here.
- Chris DeClerk benefiting the furloughed folks at Stickyz
- Sarah Cecil benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
- Throwback Thursday - Party of Rock