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

Bentonville Bicycle Drag Races

It’s 100 yards, give-it-everything-you’ve-got Bentonville Bicycle Drag Racing, and it’s happening at 10 a.m., May 31 on the downtown square. The drag races will be fast and fun. You can race as many times as you want. Race your mom,

Arts & Nature Festival in NWA

Artosphere is an Arts and Nature Festival with activities and interests for all ages.  It includes kids and family events, movement, visual arts and music performed throughout May and June in northwest Arkansas. The festival goal is to celebrate artists,

Fundraising Concert for Tornado Victims is a Part of Conway’s Toad Suck Daze

Want to help the victims of Sunday’s devastating tornadoes?  Here’s a great way to do it and hear some fantastic music at the same time.  On Friday, May 2, the opening of Conway’s Toad Suck Daze, there will be a

New One Ton Wooly Mammoth on Display

The Museum of Native American History in Bentonville unveiled its newest exhibit today, a one ton wooly mammoth skeleton standing 12 feet tall and stretching 17 feet in length. It is believed to be between 12,000 and 20,000 years old.

Color Dash: Fort Smith is May 26

Who wants to get colored like a bag of Skittles? Say what? Yep, grab your family and friends and join in the fun of a Color Dash on Monday, May 26 in Fort Smith. By participating in this fun 5K

Be Enlightened During a Wetland Walk-A-Bout

Doesn’t a Wetland Walk-a-Bout sound like fun?  There’s going to be one on Sunday, May 11 in downtown Little Rock.  The Central Arkansas Nature Center, located in the River Market District on the banks of the Arkansas River, is hosting
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