The Smackover Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first ever Christmas on Broadway!
Come support small town business from 10 am – 5pm on Broadway in Smackover on Saturday, December 2. Local Smackover merchants, pop-up shops, and food trucks will be open with lots of Christmas specials and goodies!
Participating business, pop-up shops, and food trucks include:
- The Willow
- Antique Depot
- The Classic
- Apostolic Church Ladies
- Brittany Trabbic Photography
- Cutting Edge Sign Shop
- Pizza Pro
- Tasty Donuts
- Pupp’s BBQ
- Crusin’ Kitchen
- Me and Maude (located inside the Antique Depot)
Come out! Sign up for door prizes! Enjoy the small town atmosphere at Christmas on Broadway!
Norphlet Elementary School’s Student council presented a short essay in honor of our communities Veteran on Veteran’s Day.
NES also honored veteran Sophia Goode on Veteran’s Day. Mrs. Goode teaches 3rd grade Literacy and Social Studies.
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The annual Smackover Christmas tree lighting celebration will be held this Friday, December 1st, at Kennedy Park beginning at 6 pm with the lighting of Eddie’s Cross.
Santa will arrive at 6:30 pm ready for all those Christmas lists.
There will be a special performance by the Smackover High School Band and the Salvation Army will be providing hot chocolate and cookies for everyone!
Afterwards, everyone is invited to the area across from city hall to see the living nativity sponsored by Calvary Trail Cowboy Church.
It’s sure to be fun for the whole family!
Ms. Welchman’s 6th Grade Pre-AP Social Studies Class at Norphlet Middle School recently studied Egypt. At the conclusion of the study, the students were to create a pyramid out of any material and come up with a pharaoh. The pharaoh was to have interests and those interests must be in the pyramid.
Check out these pyramids!
Click on the link below to access the December breakfast and lunch menus.