BJTS 10-6-22

1)Pulaski County Sheriff’s Eric Higgins to talk about the 2nd Annual Fall Festival Saturday Oct. 29th 3201 West Roosevelt Rd in Little Rock from 10a until 3p…Free food bounce houses horseback rides and more the public is invited attend. For more information 501-340-6628.

2)President Houston Davis, with the University of Central Arkansas and Kevin Thomas, associate vice president for Enrollment Management at the University of Central Arkansas. To talk about the fall semester at UCA and welcomes the Mighty Vikings for a college visit with mentoring and a college tour along with a chance to see the Bears take on Lindenwood this Saturday in Conway 4pm Kickoff.

3)Dr. Sonja Wright-McMurray, senior associate director of the, Division of Career and Technical Education of the Arkansas Department of Education launched the 2022 Arkansas College Application Campaign (ACAC), which is a part of a nationwide. Oct. 3-Nov. 18, Arkansas high schools will host events to engage students about 4- and 2-year colleges, how to apply and provide details about applying to other postsecondary programs such as technical certificate programs and military service. To learn more about the Arkansas College Application Campaign contact Dr. Sonja Wright-McMurray at 501.682.1500 or [email protected]. To learn more about the Division of Career and Technical Education, visit

4)Melvin Williams, Doug Williams, and Andre Tate, collectively, The World famous Williams Brothers will perform their hits songs Sunday October 9th 6pm at the Robinson Center Performance Hall.The Grammy-nominated gospel legends are set to light up the stage with their chart-topping songs including “Still Here,” “I’m Just a Nobody,” “Sweep Around,” “Cooling Water” and more. Tickets range from: $49, $54, $64, $79 and $89 available at