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PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR  COMMUNITY FESTIVAL
Paul Laurence Dunbar Community Festival Activities Friday, September 18, 2015 5:30 pm: Unveiling of The Paul Laurence Dunbar School Neighborhood Historic District Marker (Corner of Ringo and Wright Ave.) Reception hosted by Little Rock Chapter of the National Dunbar Horace Mann Alumni Association (Dunbar Magnet Middle School) Tour of exhibit: "Paul Laurence Dunbar High School: The Finest High School for Negro Boys and Girls, Dunbar High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, 1929-1955." (Dunbar Magnet Middle School) (Free) 7:00 pm: Yesterday's Poets Meets Today's Poets Dunbar Community Poetry Slam (Dunbar Magnet Middle School Auditorium) (Free) 7:30 pm - 11 pm: Motown "Ole Skool" Social (Dunbar Community Center) ($15.00; Purchase tickets in advance at Pyramid Art, Books and Custom Framing/Hearne Fine Art.) Saturday, September 19, 2015  . AEA - Build Communities Not Bullies * Arkansas Author and Artist Showcase * Book Give-A-Way * Concept Theme Car Competition/Show * Dunbar Magnet Middle School Band and Choir * Dunbar Neighborhood Front Porch Talks * Education/Information on Historic Home Ownership / Tax Credit/Building Credit * Fighting Obesity Health Screenings * Library Card Sign-Up Drive * Local Entertainment/ Vendors * Pulaski County Youth Services - Cutwell 4 Kids Paint Party * Soul Food Court * Sue Cowan Williams Library Children's Zone (bouncy house, activities, story time) * Voter Registration Drive * Zumba/Yoga Demonstration and More! 8 am - 4 pm | At the corner of Wright Ave. & Chester, Little Rock, Arkansas   Participating venues: Dunbar Magnet Middle School, Sue Cowan Williams Library, Bethel A.M.E. Church, Allison Presbyterian Church, Daniels & Sons Service Center, Hearne Family Clinic, and Pyramid Art, Books & Custom Framing / Hearne Fine Art
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL AGES!  SPREAD THE WORD! INTERESTED IN BEING A VENDOR, DONATING, VOLUNTEERING?   FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 501-291-3599
This event is proudly endorsed by the National Dunbar Horace Mann Alumni Association 
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