StoryFest at the Bay is Oct. 12

Fairfield Bay celebrates the power of storytelling on Saturday, Oct. 12 with StoryFest at the Bay. The tales can be heard at the Our Towne Conference and Visitor Center. There will also be a special celebration of the newly renovated

Hispanic Heritage Festival This Weekend in Fayetteville

Fayetteville offers its inaugural Hispanic Heritage Festival on Sept. 26-28 with events at the Washington County Fairgrounds and the Global Campus of the University of Arkansas. Considered a northwest Arkansas festival, it will celebrate a Hispanic nation each year. This

Festivals Flourish During September in the Arkansas Delta and North Central Ozarks

September brings fun, family-friendly festivals to eastern Arkansas, along with cooler temperatures and the beginning of fall. It’s a great time to explore the Arkansas Delta and the North Central Ozarks! Since 1941, the city of Rector has been celebrating

Pumpkins and Pizza at Arkansas Frontier

I’m sure you’ve heard of a Pumpkin Patch, but have you ever heard of a Pizza Patch? You can visit one at Arkansas Frontier in Quitman on Sept. 16-30. Think about what goes on a pizza and where that food

62nd Annual Clothesline Fair

The 62nd annual Clothesline Fair in Prairie Grove, held every Labor Day weekend, takes place this year on Aug. 31 through Sept. 2 at Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park. It features more than 100 booths with artisans selling and demonstrating

EPLZ<21 Showcase Auditions and Eureka Palooza

It’s all about music, food, bouncy castles, games, vendors and fun galore at the 4th annual EurekaPalooza Outdoor Festival taking place from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28 at Lake Leatherwood fields in Eureka Springs. This family

Stuttgart Celebrates All Things “Duck!”

It’s time for the 77th annual World’s Championship Duck Calling Contest and Wings Over the Prairie Festival in Stuttgart …and you don’t want to miss out on any of the fun! Today is the opening of the festival carnival and midway.

The Food of December: Arkansas Black Apples

Arkansas is known for a lot of crops – soybeans, rice, cotton – but in the 19th century it was also known for apples.  Dozens of varietals were grown in orchards across the state, ranging from the Shannon Pippin to

How to Have Fun at Food & Wine Weekend Even If You Have Less Than 24 Hours

Eureka Springs Food & Wine Weekend was started in 1993, with most restaurants participating in this food lover’s event. November was a quiet month and the weekend was chosen because it was two weeks before Thanksgiving, and yet visitors could

Tasty Fun: Eureka Springs Food & Wine Weekend

Eureka Springs Food & Wine Weekend was started in 1993, with most restaurants participating in this food lover’s event. November was a quiet month and the weekend was chosen because it was two weeks before Thanksgiving, and yet visitors could
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