The Saline Courier Weekend

Community Calendar


April 1

The Farmers Market in downtown Benton begins its season on Saturday, April 1. The market is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 125 W. Ashley Street in Benton, and features a variety of vendors. The Farmers Market will be open every Saturday until

Oct. 28. For more informatio­n or to become a vendor, contact Brandon Spurlock at 501860-9063 or email brandon. event, will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 7, at the Downtown Farmers Market, 125 W. Ashley St., Benton. Join Studio 1720 as parents/ guardians and their children ages 3-12 will spend time learning and creating together. Space is limited. For more informatio­n, contact the city’s special events teams at 501776-5970 or email parks@

April 8

Benton Police Department will hold a Car Seat Clinic from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday,

April 8, at the department, 114 S. East St., Suite 100. Officers will be on hand to help you install your child’s car seat or inspect one that’s already installed for right fit and expiration. It helps if the child is with you for sizing but is not required. Dairy Queen treat coupons will also be available.

April 14

The 45th Leaders of Today & Tomorrow Golf Tournament will be held Friday, April 14, at Hurricane Golf & Country Club in Bryant. For more informatio­n, call Krystal Askew at 501-317-6961 or email

April 15

Benefit Concert featuring

Christian comedian Mark Lowry, benefittin­g the Boys & Girls Clubs of Saline County, will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 15, at the First Baptist Church in Benton. The event is free, but registrati­on is required. For more informatio­n, call Krystal Askew at 501-317-6961 or email

April 22

Mt Harmony Cemetery, Haskell, will have a clean up day, Saturday, April 22, beginning at 8 a.m. We will be removing old faded flowers, memorials and debris. We need help from surviving families to assist. Associatio­n members will be on hand to advise about proper headstone cleaning.

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