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Welcome to the Quapaw Quarter Association

The Quapaw Quarter Association presents the 2017 Summer Supper Series

It's time for the 2017 Summer Suppers series benefiting the Quapaw Quarter Association and its mission to preserve Greater Little Rock's historic places!

Invest In Your Heritage, Support Your Community

Historic preservation is more than saving old buildings; it is a means of revitalization neighborhoods, containing urban sprawl, and returning life to Main Street.  For almost 50 years, the Quapaw Quarter Association has worked to preserve Greater Little Rock's historic places.  Your support will help the QQA provide for our community and continue this important work.

Reservations are sold on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are confirmed only when payment is received.  Space is limited, and these events sell out quickly, so we encourage you to make your reservations as soon as possible. 


1. Visit the Summer Suppers tab on this website (quapaw.com) to pay securely online.

2. Use your credit card (Visa, MC) and call 501.371.0075 Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. to purchase by phone.

3. Use your credit card or bring a check to Historic Curran Hall at 615 E. Capitol Avenue Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., or Sunday 1 - 5 p.m.

4. Mail your check (made payable to Quapaw Quarter Association) to Quapaw Quarter Association, PO Box 165023, Little Rock, AR 72216

Please Note:

Internet and phone orders may be processed before checks received in the mail. No refunds or exchanges can be made after your reservation has been confirmed.  Reservations are confirmed only when payment is received.  Additional information will be sent to guests in advance of each supper.  Events take place rain or shine.

Urban Dining in SoMa - SOLD OUT

July 30, 2017

$75 per ticket

Enjoy a Quapaw Quarter Association Board sponsored dinner at The Root Cafe'.  Located in the South Main Street Historic Corridor, The Root Cafe's stated mission is to build community through local food.  The Root Cafe' Summer Supper will consist of a five course dinner and wine pairing (vegetarian option available).

The Root Cafe'

1500 S. Main Street, Little Rock


40 Tickets Available

$75 Each



Ashli Ahrens

Patricia Blick

Jean Block

Chuck Cliett

Barry Coplin

Kathi Jones

Molly McNulty

Laura Sergeant


Party on Park Hill - SOLD OUT

August 24, 2017 

$75 per ticket

Experience an elegant evening of dining in "Old Hollywood" as this Summer Supper is presented at the landmark Edgemont House on Skyline Drive in North Little Rock's Historic Park Hill neighborhood.  It's the home of well known Little Rock landscape and lifestyle designer Chris Olsen.  The historic charm of this beautifully restored home, built by Justin Matthews in 1928, is immediate and magical.  The evening will include a tour of the home plus a special dinner and cocktails to match the beauty of this remarkable residence (vegetarian option available).


Edgemont House

257 Skyline Drive, North Little Rock


40 Tickets Available

$75 Each



Fred Knight & Ron Maxwell

Scott Heffington & Rickey Medlock

John Gaudin & Corky Patton

Chris Morgan & Todd Herman

Harry Gerald & Bryan Griffith

Dinner on the Lawn

September 23, 2017

$100 per ticket


Join us for an evening of exploration and dining alfresco on the grounds of the historic William E. Woodruff House c. 1852-53, home of the founder of the Arkansas Gazette.  Guests will have an opportunity to enjoy cocktails and tour the antebellum Little Rock mansion.  Dinner will follow under a tent on the lawn (vegetarian option available).


William E. Woodruff House

1017 East 8th Street, Little Rock


50 Tickets Available

$100 Each



Summer Supper at the William E. Woodruff House generously underwritten by the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.

Additional Support:

Haybar Real Estate

WER Planners/Architects

In-Kind Contributions:

Stone's Throw Brewing

Nixon Flower Farm

Many Thanks to Our Corporate Partners!

The Quapaw Quarter Association’s mission is to preserve Greater Little Rock's historic places.

Incorporated in 1968, the QQA grew out of an effort to identify and protect significant historic structures in Little Rock during the urban renewal projects of the early 1960s. Throughout its existence, the QQA has been a driving force behind historic preservation in Greater Little Rock.