LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - There's a place you can go to stay out of the cold. The Salvation Army is opening its doors to the public.
Their dining room on West Markham in Little Rock is open as a warming center.
Every day, they serve breakfast to the public at 7, and dinner at 5:30.
But with freezing temperatures returning next week, they'll be staying open all day.
They'll also provide lunch and snacks between meals.
"We try to provide games, movies, things to keep people occupied so if anyone wants to drop by these items for us it would be helpful," said Kathy Barbeire, marketing director.
They're accepting food and drink donations as well. On average, they serve up to 100 people for each meal.
Between meals, they see between 15 to 50 people at a time.