The Cave's Clock is a beloved landmark in downtown Little Rock. It has been a fixture on Main Street for over 80 years, and it is a reminder of a simpler time. The clock is in dire need of restoration, and we need your help to save it.
The Cave's Clock was originally installed in 1946 by Thomas M. Cave, the owner of Cave's Jewelers. The clock was a popular attraction, and it was often used as a meeting place. In 1978, the clock was moved to its current location at the corner of Capitol Avenue and Main Street.
The Cave's Clock is more than just a clock. It is a piece of Little Rock history. It is a reminder of a time when downtown was a vibrant and thriving community. It is a symbol of hope and resilience.
We need your help to save the Cave's Clock. Every dollar you donate will go directly toward repairs. With your help, we can restore this beloved landmark to its former glory.
Help preserve a piece of Little Rock history.
Contribute to the revitalization of downtown Little Rock.
Make a difference in the community.