Sandpainting tapestry by Hosteen Klah debuts at Museum of Native American History

The Museum of Native American History in Bentonville will debut a sandpainting tapestry by Hosteen Klah at 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 9. The 8-foot by 8-foot tapestry is titled “Angled Corn With Holy People – Nightway Ceremony.” Circa early

Update on Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site

This is the Centennial year of the National Park Service, NPS, and there have been celebrations and special events across the U.S. and throughout the year to honor the occasion. August stands out as it marks the month when U.S.

Seven ways to celebrate 75 years of the Historic Arkansas Museum

At 75 years old, Arkansas’s first accredited history museum is in and of itself a historic institution. This is a great reason to have a meta-party feting the highlights and milestones in HAM’s own history. We visited with Bill Worthen, who has

Meet Tarona Armstrong: Superintendent at the Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site in Hope

Tarona Armstrong’s passion for education has been a key asset throughout her 24 year career with the National Park Service, NPS. Since the fall of 2014 she has been the Superintendent of the President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National

Summer brings Showdown at Sunset to El Dorado

The popular Showdown at Sunset performances have been scheduled for three dates this summer. The shows are set for June 25 , July 23 and August 27. The productions take place on the steps of the Union County Courthouse, located

Historic brew made in Hot Springs

A new and historic brew has made its debut in Hot Springs. Madden’s No.1 beer is brewed from the same recipe that was used by gangster Owney Madden during Prohibition. Madden made a fortune off the beer during Prohibition and it

Arkansas Post National Memorial interprets over 300 years of history

In 2016, the National Park Service celebrates the centennial of the agency’s creation. In Arkansas, one of the National Park facilities celebrates the history of the state before it was even a state – Arkansas Post National Memorial. Arkansas Post

80th anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s visit to Hot Springs National Park

Tricia Horn of  Hot Springs National Park has sent a news release our way about an upcoming interesting event set to take place this Friday at the park. Below are details of the event from the release. ‘National Park Rangers

Hot Springs site of monument for first fallen National Park Service ranger

As part of the Centennial of the National Park Service, special programs at Hot Springs National Park in Hot Springs have been held throughout the year to honor the anniversary year. Plans had also been in the works this year

Lineup for Natural State Chautauqua annouced

Pam Beasley, superintendent of the Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources in Smackover, has sent details of the upcoming Natural State Chautauqua taking place next month on June 2-4. The theme this go around is “Adventure is Worthwhile” and will feature the