February introduces a return to our roots as we plan to gather at the Flying Saucer on Feb 18, 6pm. No tie-ins, no big event just a this wonderful group of friends old and new gathering to enjoy the pleasure of each others company.
The Flying Saucer has graciously agreed to set us up in the basement and will be providing flights of beer variations for our hops enthusiasts.
Join the conversation and invite your friends using our Facebook Event.
Many thanks to @steve_shuler for organizing and planning the Tweetup. Look forward to seeing you all there.
Classic meets casual. That sounds a lot like us so when the Arkansas Symphony asked if were we interested in joining their Beethoven and Blue Jeans Street Party we jumped at the opportunity.
The Street Party kicks off on Sat Nov 10 at 6pm on President Clinton Avenue in front of the Robinson Center Music Hall. There will be music, brats, and $2 Diamond Bear Beer.
In addition @ARsymphony is offering $10 tickets to the Beethoven and Blue Jeans concert that evening. Just use the discount code “LRTWEETUP”. Buy your tickets at ArkansasSymphony.org or call 501-666-1761.
You’ll enjoy the concert from the “Tweet Seats” where you are welcome to continue the conversation using the #BeethovenAndBlueJeans hashtag. The ASO will be tweeting program highlights and wants to hear what you think during the concert.
Please note the Street Party is free to attend no ticket or registration required, the concert tickets are $10.
(from our friends at the Arkansas Symphony)
The Beethoven & Blue Jeans concert begins with its namesake in Beethoven’s extraordinary classical overture, Creatures of Prometheus. Next, listeners will recognize sounds from Tan Dun’s hit film score for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon in his Concerto for Pipa, featuring Wu Man on pipa (a Chinese lute-like instrument). Then, East meets West in the telling of Sinbad and Arabian Nights, in Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade – always a smash hit and a perfect piece to introduce new listeners to the ASO experience.
For more info visit the Blue Jeans and Beethoven Concert page.
Stay connected by following @ARSymphony on Twitter or Facebook.com/ArkansasSymphony
After a winter break we are thrilled to announce the next LRtweetup event and what better place to celebrate with friends this time of year than in a lovely garden in the heart of Little Rock.
Join us on Thursday May 10, at 5pm as we gather for a splendid and relaxed evening sponsored by our friends at the @SavoryPantry. Come and enjoy a sampling of their gourmet food, the beautiful surroundings of the Bernice Garden and wet your whistle with wine, water and spirits; as you visit with the friendliest people around Little Rock.
What: May 2012 LRtweetup
When: Thursday May 10, 5-7pm
Where: The Bernice Garden, 1401 S. Main St. Little Rock
Admission is free and parking is free. Registration is encouraged so we can estimate attendance and it’s a great way to add this event to your calendar as well as invite your friends.
About Savory Pantry
The Savory Pantry is Hot Springs’ flagship gourmet food store and your source for exquisite gourmet gifts, gift baskets and artisanal specialty foods, shipped nationwide. Their mission is to bring you the very best of the best when it comes to specialty foods. They wanted to take this opportunity to meet many of their Little Rock friends and thank them for their interest in The Savory Pantry.
For more info visit them online at www.SavoryPantry.com or follow @SavoryPantry on Twitter.
About the Bernice Garden
The Bernice Garden is privately owned but intended for public use and is located at the southeast corner of South Main Street and Daisy Bates Avenue. The garden was created to celebrate the community and will host community events as well as the sculpture exhibit in an effort to foster community interaction and a sense of pride in the neighborhood.
Find out more about Bernice Garden online at theBerniceGarden.org or follow them @BerniceGarden
Update: Raimondo Family Winery will also be hosting a wine tasting at the event. So please come a sample some of their wines produced in Lake Norfolk, AR.
Last year as we tripped over the November Tweetup one of the consistent request I received was for a potluck style tweetup. Think Southern Baptist church meets SXSW.
I’ve had about a year to think on it, which is far longer than you all are ever allowed to give me to think again, and a traditional Thanksgiving potluck is just not our style. True @bryanjones does look even more bear like with oven mits and I hear @kellimarks makes an awesome stuffin’ muffin (make up your own jokes for those two). However there is one food group that geeks love above all else.
Any mexican food will do actually. Best if served from a truck by a guy with a neck beard. So I thought what better than to have a Taco Thanksgiving. Bonus points if you come rocking the neck beard.
Here is how this works. I’ve partnered with Eikon church along with Aaron Reddin, because you know it is the time of giving and all. Eikon is going to hosts us on their Open doors night which means some members of our community will join us. Aaron is going to bring the van by.
You have two options, either bring food or bring a donation for the Van. Think about what you want to do and I’ll kick around a signup sheet in the next couple of days. All are welcome to come eat, tweet, and hangout.
Eikon Church (518 w. 9th St)
See you guys there
We received the following very kind thank you note from the Junior League of Little Rock. Thank you to the Junior League for letting us be a part of their “Stuff the Bus” drive.
Join central Arkansas’s tweeters at one of Little Rock’s coolest hot-spots, ZIN Urban Wine and Beer Bar, in the popular downtown 3rd Street district.
The owners of ZIN, Troy Deal and Michael Puckett, are excited we’re coming! They’ll put out a FREE snack spread just for us, in addition to offering fantastic happy-hour wine and beer specials.
ZIN offers a hip, non-smoking environment perfect for chatting up your old and new Twitter buds.
So…where does the “water to wine” theme come in?
I’ve wanted to do something to help Aaron Reddin (@HomelessHeretic) with his very important homeless aid project, the cornerstone of which is “The Van.” Perhaps you have, too. This is your chance!
Our homeless neighbors served by The Van are in constant need of bottled water. If everyone who attends the Tweetup brings a 6-pack (or more) of bottled WATER to the WINE bar, we’d amass a substantial donation.
Get it? WATER will lead you to WINE! Of course cash (or check) donations will also be appreciated.
Special appearance! Aaron and The Van itself will be with us at the Tweetup. They may even bring some T-shirts and arm bands.
Make plans now to join us September 27!
For more information about The Van and its mission, visit TheOneInc.org and read this story from Sync Weekly.
Help us spread the word by inviting friends through our Water to Wine Facebook Event.