Festivals Abound in April

April “showers” the region with great festivals throughout the Arkansas Delta and North Central Ozarks this month. The 15th annual Air Field Reunion is slated for April 5-6 at the Wings of Honor WW II Museum in Walnut Ridge. The

Thank You Celebration for our Vietnam Veterans

The Jacksonville Museum of Military History is providing the public a way to thank some very special members of the armed forces during the 3rd Annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day Celebration.  It will be held at the museum on

Mayhaw 101 Clinic

For those that want to learn more about the mayhaw, which have a reputation as a celebrated delicacy of Southern U.S. cuisine, an opportunity to do so takes place this month.  The 2nd annual Mayhaw 101 clinic is April 26th

Baber and Lamb Win Song of Arkansas Contest

“A.R.K.A.N.S.A.S. Get There From Here” by Barrett Baber and Kenny Lamb is the winner of the Song of Arkansas contest, a promotion by the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism that had musicians vying to see whose original tune would

Ozark Mountain Bike Festival is April 4-6

Get ready for a family fun weekend of mountain biking at Devil’s Den State Park in West Fork during the annual Ozark Mountain Bike Festival set for April 4-6. You can ride one of the first mountain bike trails in

Ride and Dine Aboard Café Roulant in Eureka Springs

Everybody gets a coveted window seat at the new Café Roulant in Eureka Springs, along with a view that changes every minute and a menu that changes every day. Roulant, pronounced “roo-lon” with a silent “t,” is French for “equipped

The Charles B. Pierce Film Festival

A new film festival honoring independent filmmaker Charles B. Pierce (1938-2010), director of films such as The Legend of Boggy Creek, has been set for this summer in Texarkana. The deadline for entries is March 15. The Charles B. Pierce

A Musical March in the Arkansas Delta

In March, music, history and the performing arts take center stage in the Arkansas Delta! The Delta Gateway Museum in Blytheville celebrates the 1950s in the Arkansas Delta during the 2nd annual Heritage Party on March 1. The museum fundraiser

Cher’s Dress to Kill Tour Stops in North Little Rock March 28

Verizon Arena in downtown North Little Rock will be rocking and rolling on March 28 as Cher’s Dress to Kill Tour hits the stage. This will be the ageless rocker’s eighth solo concert tour highlighting her 26th album “Closer to

Major Exhibition of Prominent Arkansas Painter Carroll Cloar at Arkansas Arts Center

Renowned Arkansas born painter, Carroll Cloar was a master at depicting life in the South. Born in the Delta town of Earle, Cloar used family stories, memories of growing up on an Arkansas farm, rural scenery, small town life, and
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