Fayetteville Ale Trail Celebrates One Year Anniversary

The craft beer craze is in full swing in Northwest Arkansas. Seven local breweries serve a wide variety of pale ales, dark stouts, Weizens, spiced beers and specialty lagers that vary with the season. You can buy pints to enjoy

Fall Rail Travel in Arkansas

One of my favorite ways to enjoy the beauty of fall color in Arkansas is by rail, where you can let the Arkansas and Missouri Railroad do the driving while you do the gazing. Ride in style on the meticulously

Crystal Bridges Unveils State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now

In Bentonville, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art’s newest exhibit, State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now, brings together the works of 102 contemporary artists from all over the country. It opens this Saturday, Sept. 13 and runs through

Fly Tying and other Very Ento-resting Programs at Hobbs

In addition to great trails for mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding, Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area in Rogers offers great programs that span a variety of interests. If you like insects or fly fishing, take a look at these two

44th Annual Antique Auto Festival & 1922 Bank Robbery Re-enactment

Antique cars and the re-enactment of a bank robbery will have you feeling like you’re back in time in Eureka Springs on Sept. 5 and 6. The 44th annual Antique Auto Festival takes place at the Village at Pine Mountain.

Slaughter Pen Jam Starts Friday

Slaughter Pen Jam is a three-day festival for riders of all ages. The fun takes place this weekend, Sept. 5-7, in Bentonville. The festival kicks off on Friday with Trials and BMX events on the downtown square. More than 3,000

CC Kruzzers Car Club Show is Sept. 6

CC Kruzzers Car Club is hosting a car, truck and motorcycles, show on Saturday, Sept. 6 in the parking lot of the Church of Christ, 906 E. Harding St., in Morrilton. If you want to show your vehicle, the entry

Two Events to Help You Find Your Inner Mountain Man

Mountain men made a good living trapping and fur trading in the 1800s. Explorers living in the wilderness, they also through their trade helped open up various trails (widened into wagon roads) allowing Americans in the east to settle the

Arkansas Food Trucks Have Gone to the Dogs

On the heels of National Dog Day comes another treat for your four-legged friend for those in central and northwest Arkansas. Milo’s Kitchen brand dog treats is getting in on the massively popular local food truck trend by launching a

Some Top Reasons to Visit Northern Arkansas in September

September brings optimum weather for enjoying the outdoors and the numerous festivals found in Northern Arkansas this time of year. Here are some that are worthy of your time:   1.        23rd Annual Tired Iron Tractor & Engine Show Check
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