Daily Flyer: Monday, Oct. 3

Film still from “Home at Last: Hmong People in the Ozarks,” a student film exploring a recent influx of Hmong people to the region. KUAF’s Kyle Kellams narrates the documentary set to be screened tonight at the Fayetteville Public Library.

With another year of Bikes, Blues & BBQ safely behind us, Fayetteville seems pretty quiet this morning.

Those who like it this way had better enjoy it while it lasts, though. Come Saturday, things will be alive once again when the Hogs take on Auburn at 6 p.m. inside Razorback Stadium.

After an epic comeback win over Texas A&M this past weekend, the Razorbacks jumped eight spots to No. 10 in The Associated Press college football poll.

With Auburn jumping back into the poll all the way to No. 15 and ESPN’s decision to televise Saturday’s game nationally, expect a busy weekend in Fayetteville.

Happy Birthday!

Locals: Jess Hoggard, Dagen Ames, Heidi Holland, Dan Coody, Henry Gaston, Olivia Hardgrave, Jessica Peyton, Kara Isham, Pamela Holloway, William Grayson, Andrew Money and Michael F. Koen II.
Others: Singer Chubby Checker is 70, magician Roy Horn (Siegfried and Roy) is 67, guitarist Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac) is 62, activist Al Sharpton is 67, drummer Tommy Lee (Motley Crue) is 49, Singer Gwen Stefani is 42, Kevin Richardson (Backstreet Boys) is 40, actress Keiko Agena (Gilmore Girls) is 38, actress Neve Campbell is 38, singer-songwriter India Arie is 36, actor Seann William Scott is 35, and singer Ashlee Simpson is 27.
*Send us your local birthday shout outs.

Monday To-do

The Fayetteville Public Library hosts a premiere event for documentaries produced by students of the University of Arkansas’ Lemke Department of Journalism.

Three films are scheduled to show including “Boy Scouts with Guns” by Nathan Rowe, Meg Little and Pam DeRossitte, “Home at Last: Hmong People in the Ozarks” by Judy Luna and Steve Sevic, and “Mountain Man” by Jose Lopez, Yen Nguyen and Nazli Ozkan.

A meet-and-greet with the filmmakers is set for 5 p.m. Screenings begins at 6 p.m.

For more on the documentaries, check out Friday’s edition of Ozarks at Large.

Also tonight, Walton Arts Center hosts the University of Arkansas Symphonic Band, Wind Symphony and Schola Concert, it’s Metal Monday at Rogue, and a few local singer-songwriters perform at restaurants around town.

The list

Fayetteville Public Library: An Evening of Student Documentary Premieres
JJ’s Grill: Scott Young
The Perk: Open acoustic jam
Pesto Cafe: Darren Ray
Walton Arts Center: UA Symphonic Band, Wind Symphony and Schola Concert
Mojo’s Pints & Pies: Blues Jam
Rogue Pizza Co.: Rollo Tumasi / Pygg / Far More Sinister

Public Meetings

City Hall, Room 111: Board of Adjustments * – 3:45 p.m.
City Hall, Room 326: Parks and Recreation Advisory Board * – 5:30 p.m.

* Meetings scheduled to be televised by the Fayetteville Government Channel are indicated with an asterisk