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Sitting beside Blanchard Springs as it gushes from the Ozark Mountains can sure help make you forget it is summer. It’s a great cooling and calming place to pause for a while when you’re exploring all the outdoor activities available at the U.S.D.A. National Forest Service site.
The lilting sounds of music fill the air in Mountain View during the free musicals on the Court Square. The mandolin, banjo, guitar, fiddle, bass, and hammered and regular dulcimers combine for hauntingly beautiful music. Nowhere is it more enjoyable than during the town’s annual Arkansas Folk Festival scheduled for April 18-20.
Evidence of Helena’s role in the Civil War is seen throughout the Arkansas Delta town. Battery Park C, Maple Hill and Confederate Cemeteries, Fort Curtis, Freedom Park, Estevan Hall, and the Helena Riverpark are just a few of the sights to see. Also to be seen are Delta Cultural Center and the Helena Museum of Phillips County.
The Museum of Native American History in Bentonville will host its Tipi Talks series with Grammy-nominated musician John Two Hawks at 5:30 p.m. beginning this Saturday, March 28 in the Great Room of the museum. Now, if you’re wondering about…