Drink up! says Bill Worthen.
What is Christmas without eggs, cream and booze? It's not fun, that's what. The Historic Arkansas Museum
knows that and tonight hosts the 11th annual Nog-off competition between lots of folks who think they nog best.
HAM Director Bill Worthen
puts his ancestral Nicholas Peay recipe up against the punchbowl secrets of Cache Restaurant, Loblolly Creamery, John Selig and Lea Elenzweig, Stone's Throw Brewing, Heritage Grille, One Eleven at the Capital Hotel and Rock City Eats.
Who will win the prize for best noggin'? It's up to you, and while you are there at the HAM, check out the new exhibit of larger-than-life
"Grassland," by Joli Livaudais
portraits by Ray Parker
along with works by Kat Wilson, Joe Barry Carroll,
crafts by Arkansas Living Treasures and more.
Also tonight: Nogged up or not, head over to Arkansas Capital Corp. to see "Longevity," work by Emily Wood, Sandra Sell, Melissa Gill
and Joli Livaudais.
The Cox Creative Center continues its "Art Connection: Imagination Uncrated"
show and the Butler Center galleries are featuring “Earth Work: Photographs by Gary Cawood,” “Arkansas Pastel Society National Exhibition,” “Photographic Arts: African American Studio Photography,”
and “Gene Hatfield: Outside the Lines."
Paul Morphis will play live music there. Over at Gallery 221 & Art Studios 221 you'll find the annual gallery artist group show
and the "Fall Into Art" sale show.
That's 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. tonight, 2nd Friday Art Night
"Guarded Exposure," by Sandra Sell
"Talisman," by Melissa Gill
"Blue Wave," by Emily Wood