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December 7, 2014
Holiday Open House feat. "Say It Ain't Say's" Sweet Potato Pie Baking Contest
2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, Little Rock

Holiday Open House is a festive and fun opportunity to enjoy a day full of holiday cheer. We will have a wide variety of entertainment and this year's event will feature our 3rd annual “Say It Ain’t Say’s” sweet potato pie contest, in honor of Little Rock’s black Santa, Robert “Say” McIntosh. Bring the kids to check out an awesome variety of holiday craft stations. Free and open to the public.

Thank you to all the applicants who signed up to be a contestant in MTTC’s 3rd annual “Say It Ain’t Say’s” Sweet Potato Pie Contest. Submission entries are now closed.



December 13, 2014
K.I.D.S. Volunteer Day
Noon - 2 p.m.
Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, Little Rock
http://www.mosaictemplarscenter.com/vp/5014.aspx?url=/education/kids_volunteer_day_dec13.aspx

Kids Involved in Dynamic Service offers a chance for children ages 8 –13 to have a positive impact on their community through service.This year K.I.D.S. volunteers will be creating handmade decorations to bring holiday cheer to those served by the Little Rock Compassion Center. Participants must register prior to the event. For more information, call Elvon Reed at 501-683-3592.




Mosaic Templars Cultural Center | 501 W. Ninth Street | Little Rock, AR  72201
Main Phone: (501) 683-3593 | Fax Number: (501) 682-5866 | Email: info@mosaictemplarscenter.com

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