Fresh, Homegrown and Homemade

Fresh….homegrown….and homemade:  That’s what you’ll fine at Hardin’s Farm and Market Too! in Scott.  Come prepared to shop and eat because there are plenty of options.  When you first pull in you can’t help but notice all the imaginative metal

Father’s Day Fishing Derby

Father’s Day is this Sunday. Here’s a fun way to celebrate with dad – the Father’s Day Fishing Derby at War Eagle Mill near Rogers. At the Mill, dads and kids will fish War Eagle Creek hoping to win a

Mother Nature Story Times at Hobbs

On the second Saturday of each month, Mother Nature visits Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area to excite the imaginations of children by reading stories of the forest and the animals that live there. Story time is followed by hands-on nature craft

Beaver Lake Concert and History Camp for Kids

Looking for summer activities to do with your kids now that school’s out for summer? Here are two ideas offered by the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale: Beaver Lake Concert Folk duo Still on the Hill will present

This Weekend in the Arkansas Delta

It’s the first full weekend in June, and there are some great family-friendly events happening in eastern Arkansas! Portfest in Newport is known for music and fireworks, and this year is no exception. Held along the banks of the White

Six Summer Sessions Your Kids Will Love

Arkansas has a ton of fun things for kids to do all year long; but, summer brings on extra activities and opportunities. Here are a few in the Ozarks and River Valley regions of The Natural State: Nerdies – In

Trail Mix Concert Tour is Sunday, June 1

The Trail Mix Concert Tour on Sunday, June 1 is a signature event of Artosphere, a nature and arts festival put on annually by the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. The tour combines music, hiking and biking for a one-of-a-kind,

Time is Running Out to see the Carroll Cloar Exhibit

If you haven’t yet been to see the outstanding collection of Carroll Cloar artwork at the Arkansas Arts Center, time is getting short.  You have until June 1 to experience the rare show of paintings by the Arkansas native who

Watery Playgrounds in Little Rock Ease the Summer Heat

When it’s summertime in Arkansas, there’s no quicker way to cool off than to hit the water.  However, a lake, river or other body of water isn’t always reachable.  During the past two years, Little Rock has expanded its water

War Eagle Mill Gluten-Free Flour

May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month. What does that have to do with Arkansas tourism? Well, if you have celiac disease or are gluten intolerant, take a visit to War Eagle Mill, just a few miles outside of Rogers, for
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