Ready to welcome in the spring time? I know I am! Thanks to a friend, I was introduced to This Little Street who makes these adorable print-out calendars for each month! Thanks Colleen! (Link to her blog below.) I love the way they brighten up my cubicle at work! Print yours out here and get ready to mark them because here are your upcoming events for this month:

Mar. 1
Live Trivia every Thursday night at 7 pm at Flyway Brewing Company. Hosted by Challenge Entertainment. Dude, I heard they give out hints on their Facebook page. Order the Bluewing. You’re welcome. Free.

Kundalini Yoga is known as “the yoga of awareness.” The Academy of Holistic Arts hosts Kundalini every Thursday at 6 pm and your first class is FREE. Reserve your spot online, here. (I’m definitely taking advantage of this this month.) Free.

Mar. 2
March 2-4 the 10th Annual LANTERNS! Festival at the Wildwood Park for the Arts. Tickets available online, here. (I haven’t been to this event, but I’ve been to Wildwood. The gardens are beautiful and so serene.)

Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Celebration at 4 pm at the Argenta Branch Library in downtown North Little Rock. Including this solely because HOW CUTE! Free.

Salsa Night at Club 27 in downtown. Don’t worry if you can’t make it- these are every Tuesday and Friday night at 7:30 pm and 9 pm, respectively!

Mar. 3
The 16th Annual Little Rock Marathon. Good luck to all the runners! Check out their Facebook page, here. Free.

Mar. 9
The Easter Bunny comes to the McCain Mall. He’ll be here until March 31st.

Art Night happens every 2nd Friday of each month at 5 pm and guys, it sounds really cool. This is an awesome opportunity to support your local artists and creatives. I, myself, am trying to expand my collection of local art. Find our more on 2nd Friday Art Night’s Facebook page. Free.

Mar. 10
PSA country music fans (ie. everyone): Miranda Lambert comes to Verizon Arena at 7 pm.

Mar. 11
Flyway Brewing Company is hosting Delta Biscuit Company for a pop-up from 10 am to 2 pm this day. Sounds delicious!

Mar. 16
The Arkansas Circus Arts Center is moving locations! The Grand Re-Opening Party is from 5 pm to 9 pm at their new location on Maumelle Boulevard. There will be prizes, music, food, performances, and special deals on memberships. Holla, I’ll be there!! Free.

Mar. 17
The 19th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade sponsored by Irish Arkansas will be starting at 1 pm in downtown North Little Rock. Between Sixth and Main. (I went last year and had the time of my life. For even more fun- head on over to Hibernia Irish Tavern after the parade, located on Rodney Parham.) Free.

Dirty Dancing comes for two days, March 17th and 18th, to the Robinson Auditorium. Tickets by Ticketmaster.

Plant Based Food Prep Class sounds very interesting to me. $10 from 5 to 7:30 pm at the Family Community Development Corporation in Pine Bluff. Samples, music, and fun!

Sushi, Sake, and a St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at Whole Foods Market on Bowman from 5 to 7 pm. I’m not necessarily sure what all those have to do with each other but it’s free. Donations suggested. 100% of the proceeds go to the Whole Planet Foundation to help put an end to poverty worldwide.

Mar. 19
Kombucha Making Class at the Green Corner Store on Main Street @ 6 pm. Tasting and making. Donations suggested. Free.

Mar. 20
Goodbye Winter! Hello Spring! THANK HEAVENS.

Mar 28
“An Evening with Terry Crews” (yall!!) presented by the University of Central Arkansas’s Student Activity Board (fun fact: I was on this for a semester) happens at 8 pm. For tickets, contact Reynold’s Performance Hall box office at 501-450-3265.

Mar. 29
Science After Dark at the Museum of Discovery in Downtown. Beer, food, and crazy experiments? What more could you ask for? This month’s theme is “Pranks and Dranks.” Check their Facebook page for more details. Tickets are $10 and you can pay at the door!

Mar. 31
Remember Jason Mraz? Well he’ll be at the Robinson Auditorium at 8 pm. Tickets by Ticketmaster.

Did I miss anything? Leave a comment or tell me by email.

Don’t forget to check out Colleen’s blog, here.