On Thursday, EHC meets at FUN Park at 1:30 pm, weather permitting. Otherwise, call 501-745-5278 for Zoom information.
On Friday night, the E-Perseids meteor shower peaks at 5 per hour. Look southwest.
On Saturday morning, the full harvest moon is official at 4:59 am The full moon in October is sometimes called the harvest moon, if it is closer to the fall equinox. In that case, the one in September is called the full corn moon.
Saturday is Recycling Day, from 8 to 10 am, in the Alread Cafeteria. In the same place, at 9 am, ACCDA holds its monthly meeting.
On Sunday night the moon and Jupiter pair up.
Squirrel, rabbit and pigeon hunting season has begun. Check The Regs for more details. Before heading out into the fields and woods, renew your license, available online from the Arkansas Fish and Game Commission.
Regular rounds of rainfall have greatly encouraged late-season flower color, especially crape myrtle. They grow fast and are easy to care for, but they do need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight for the best flower displays. They can be planted at this time of year.
If you have information about the Crabtree community and West Highway 16, please call or text Jeff Burgess, 501-745-1249.