Little Rock

Kerry Kraus
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One of the most exclusive streets in Little Rock is Edgehill Road. This year you can visit this elite neighborhood when the Arkansas Symphony Designer House opens April 15, continuing through May 8. Thirty local designers have put their mark on this distinctive home in depicting the theme “Rediscovering Home.” Some of the businesses taking part are Window Works, Botanica Gardens, Ken Rash’s, The Design Center, Distinctive Kitchens & Baths, and more.

A Crescendo Party on April 14 kicks off the festivities featuring Michael Carbena on classical guitar. Treat your special staff person on April 27 with lunch during the Administrative Professionals Day. Lunch is $10 in addition to the admission ticket. Other special events during the open house are the Thirsty Thursday Party with the Rockefeller Quartet on April 28; Young Professionals Night with Cody Belue and the Big Band on April 29; and a Girls Night Out with accordionist Rick Diamond on May 5. A Mother’s Day Tea, with violin and harp music, is Sunday, May 8.

Tickets are $20 per day or $35 for the run of the show. Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The home is located at 23 Edgehill Road.

Tickets for the special events are available at https://tickets.arkansassymphony.org/public/ or by calling 666-1761, extension 301.

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