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David "Bud" Bell at Curran Hall

Posted By on Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 4:53 PM


click to enlarge "Family," by David "Bud" Bell
  • "Family," by David "Bud" Bell


Curran Hall, the antebellum home at 615 E. Capital that is now the Little Rock Visitor Center, will show paintings by David "Bud" Bell as part of its 2nd Friday Art Night event, 5-8 p.m. July 12. 

Along with the artwork will be food from Le Pops, Dempsey Bakery, Savory Spoon, Buffalo Bawb's and the Pastry Basket, and drinks from Rocktown Distillery, brewery Stone's Throw and Coco-Loco (non-alcoholic). There's more: Event planner Charlotte French will display a wedding tableau and there will be a photo booth. Kids will be allowed to help pop balloons, some of which will have presents inside. 

What more could you want in an event? 



  


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