Shiloh Museum announces exhibits and its staff

OLLI

The Osher Lifelong Institute at the University of Arkansas announces the following courses for the coming week:

• October 27: Taiwan – On the Edge, $ 25 for members, $ 40 for non-members.

• October 28: Tawdry Tales of Our First Ladies – The Modern Years (via Zoom), $ 25 for members, $ 40 for non-members. Do not miss this humorous but historical version of our first ladies, starting with Grace Coolidge through Michelle Obama.

• 29 Oct.-Nov. 5: How elections are conducted in Washington County, $ 25 for members, $ 40 for non-members.

For further information: olli.uark.edu or (479) 575-4545.

Hope Cancer

Hope Cancer Resources’ Wellness Center for Hope offers yoga, meditation and fitness classes for cancer patients and in-person caregivers, via Zoom and YouTube.

Their team of counselors and social workers supports cancer patients and their families every day with a focus on emotional health, no matter what.

A certified tobacco treatment specialist is available to help those looking to quit smoking with nicotine replacement therapy and counseling.

Those in need of medical supplies, liquid foods, or durable medical equipment, such as shower chairs or walkers, are urged to reach out. Donations of new or lightly used items are also accepted.

Information: (479) 361-5847 or hopecancerresources.org.

Shiloh Museum

Upcoming exhibitions and events at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale include:

Until November 3 – “I Just Know I Love Painting,” an exploration of the life and work of Essie Treat Ward, a self-taught artist from Searcy County.

6 Nov-Dec 4 – “Dia de Muertos: A Cultural Interpretation of the Times”, an exhibition organized in partnership by Arts One Presents, Shiloh Museum of Ozark History and Latin Art Organization of Arkansas. The exhibition will host some thirty works by artists of Latin descent and allies of Latin culture and traditions.

Until December 11 – “Gone Fishing”, a photo exhibit on fishing in Northwest Arkansas, including the boom in commercial tourism, the fishing trade, the changing landscape, private trout farms and hatcheries, fishing as a profession, resource management today, and the future of fishing.

Until April 26, 2022 – “Seen Through Her Wardrobe”, an exhibition on the life and times of Springdale resident Annabel Applegate Searcy (1897-1980).

The museum also welcomes Sandra Cox Birchfield as the new Director of Communications and Marketing. She brings her experience in the newspaper industry and her experience in public relations and marketing to the University of Arkansas Walton College of Business.

The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday and admission is free.

Information: (479) 750-8165 or shilohmuseum.org.

Send news about local events, charitable fundraisers, and family or class reunions to [email protected] The deadline is Tuesday at 4 p.m. for the Sunday publication. Please include a phone number or email address for the post.

“Pel-Freez: 110 Years of Food and Science” is open until December 18 at the Rogers Historical Museum, 313 S. Second St. in Rogers. Beginning in 1911, the Pelphrey-Dubbell families built Pel-Freez from a small rabbit meat processing company into the largest producer of rabbit meat in the country. Since the 1950s, they have also used animal tissues for the advancement of research and diagnostics in the medical sciences. By the 1970s, Pel-Freez Biologicals had become the company’s main source of income as it expanded into the global market. In 2020, Mercure Capital acquired Pel-Freez Food and Biologicals from the Dubbell family. Today, the company continues to process rabbit meat and produce biologics that are used in organ donor matching, pharmaceutical research, vaccine evaluation and more. The museum’s opening hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and admission is free. For further information: rogershistoricalmuseum.org or call (479) 621-1154. General admission is free. (Courtesy Image)

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