Child with toy gun

  • Child with toy gun

“Playing at War: Children’s Civil War Era Toys,” guns and drums and such from the collection of Greg McMahon paired with the real thing, is one of the attractions tonight at the Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 E. Third, which will be open 5-8 p.m. for 2nd Friday. Also at HAM: “Forgotten Places: Rhonda Berry and Diana Michelle Hausam,” photography, the Mid-Southern Watercolorists 41st Annual Exhibition and “Reel to Reel: ‘Gone with the Wind’ and the Civil War in Arkansas.” Music by the Bank Lauck Band will keep you energized, and you’re going to need it, with all that’s going on tonight. Don’t forget: Trolley for transport.


Also on tap: Work by students of the Arkansas Arts Center Museum School at Christ Church, 509 Scott St.

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