Historic Civil Rights Leaders In Little Rock

The widow and daughter of slain Civil Rights activist Medgar Evers are in Little Rock today and tomorrow as Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site  hosts the 56th commemoration of the desegregation of the school. In addition to

Gurdon: Home of Historic Hoo-Hoo Museum

Gurdon was founded in the late nineteenth century, one of many timber towns located along a railway. The town is famous for its role as the founding place of the International Concatenated Order of the Hoo Hoo, the oldest industrial

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

Showdown at Sunset in El Dorado!

  Showdown at Sunset has been a summer tradition in El Dorado since the 1980s. The historic live show, named one of the “Top-100 Events in North America” by The American Bus Association, recreates the 1902 shootout that led to

Remembering the CCC

Help the Stone County Historical Society remember the Civilian Conservation Corps and Camp Hedges #743 at an 80th anniversary celebration on Saturday, Aug. 3 in Mountain View. It begins at 10 a.m. at the Stone County Museum, located at 206

Vintage Military Vehicle Show at MacArthur Museum

The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History is going to be the scene of a vintage military vehicle show this Saturday ( July 13). The museum is located in the historic Arsenal Building in MacArthur Park in Little Rock. The

“Tomatoes at the Trotter” is Tuesday’s Tasty Treat

The University of Arkansas at Monticello’s lovely bed and breakfast, the Trotter House, offers “Tomatoes at the Trotter” on Tuesday, July 2, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available at the door for $25. The meal is being prepared by

Arkansas State Parks in Eastern Arkansas Offer Great Day Camps in July

Summer is in full swing! Are the kids already bored? Are you looking for something fun and interesting for them? Look no further! Our Arkansas State Parks throughout the Arkansas Delta and the North Central Ozarks are offering a variety

Petit Jean Antique Auto Show & Swap Meet Starts June 11

Located on the tree-shaded grounds of The Museum of Automobiles near Morrilton, the 54th annual Petit Jean Antique Auto Show & Swap Meet begins Tuesday, June 11 and runs through Saturday, June 15. If you like antique cars, parts, and