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Argenta Shopping Guide 

Emerging as North Little Rock's Art District, Argenta is home to a number of artists, potters, photography studios and galleries. It's also home to three furniture stores and a large and friendly bead shop.

ARGENTA ARTS AND CRAFTS MARKET
A weekly gathering of artists, jewelry designers and craftsmen. Saturdays mornings. 510 Main St. NLR 563-5634

ARKANSAS ART GALLERY
Representing regional premiere artists, painters, sculptors and craftsmen. 500 Main St. 687-5959

ARGENTA BEAD COMPANY
Big or small, colored, glass or hand-engraved. This little shop has all the beads you'll ever need. 703 Main St. NLR 537-0928

CERTIFIED ARKANSAS FARMERS MARKET
Open Tuesday and Saturdays. Corner of Sixth and Main. NLR

ARGENTA DRUG STORE
A local place to pick up medications. 324 Main St. NLR 374-4851

ARGENTA MARKET
Locally grown, farm-fresh and gourmet offerings. 521 Main St. NLR 379-9980

BLAKE'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
A great selection of affordable furniture and more. 321 Main St. NLR 375-2417

GALAXY FURNITURE
One of the places you don't want to miss. A mixture of old and new furniture, vintage clothing and more. 304 Main St. NLR 375-3375

GREG THOMPSON FINE ART
Featuring local and regional artists, some who have attracted national attention. 429 Main St. 664-2787

JONES BROTHERS POOL TABLES
Offering a wide selection of pool tables and accessories. 309 W. Broadway St. NLR 372-0168

KETZ GALLERY
Featuring contemporary glass, sculpture, mixed media, paintings and more. 705 Main St. 529-6330

PENNINGTON STUDIOS
Put yourself or your family into the picture. 417 Main St. 374-3515

THEA CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Featuring Arkansas high school students' artwork. 401 Main St. 379-9512.

THOMASON'S FURNITURE
Classic selections of furniture and more. 315 Main St. NLR 374-2560

VL COX STUDIO
Modern contemporary art. 401 W. Maple St. 786.1382

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