Wolfe Street Center is Turning 35 on October 13

Join us at Wolfe Street Center at 1015 S. Louisiana in Little Rock on October 13, 2017 from 7 - 10 pm as we celebrate 35 years of recovery in Central Arkansas.  Expect live music, food trucks and birthday cake as well as a special acknowledgement in honor of those original pioneers who made the building on Wolfe Street a functional oasis for recovering alcoholics in 1982.  To check out photos from last year's party, visit our gallery page here.  

Event tickets are $35 and available at www.centralarkansastickets.com 

Opening Music Act: Jazz Musician, Rodney Block

Evening Set: Katmandu

It all started when...

In 1982, Joe McQuany, head of the Serenity House, a halfway house for recovering alcoholics, along with Gene Walter and another Little Rock man, formed the Wolfe Street Foundation and in December turned the Foundation over to a 5-member board.  A two-story residence at Twelfth and Wolfe Streets that once housed Ruebel Funeral Home and later student nurses has was restored to a comfortable facility for meetings for Alcoholics Anonymous and related organizations, eventually becoming the Wolfe Street Center. Read the whole story here.