Posts by Author: Jill Rohrbach

If you like to see history come alive, don’t miss the 8th annual Voices from Eureka’s Silent City cemetery walking tours on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20, 21, and 22, and then again on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 and 29. Live actors in period costumes will portray the lives of early citizens of …
Jim Ferrell of Kansas and his family have donated Texas flint artifacts for the permanent collection of the Museum of Native American History in Bentonville. The collection goes on display starting Friday, Oct. 7 in conjunction with the museum’s Fall Weekend Celebration. These artifacts were previously from the famous Wallace Culpepper collection in Texas. The …
Bentonville in Northwest Arkansas will host the 7th annual International Mountain Bicycling Association World Summit on Nov. 10-12. The World Summit program includes keynote speakers, educational sessions, an expo, networking, and, of course, plenty of time to explore local trails. Kids and families aren’t left out of the fun. The excitement kicks off on Wednesday, …
Arkansas is fast becoming a hot spot for mountain biking. And now the secret is out as Bentonville in Northwest Arkansas prepares to host the 7th annual International Mountain Bicycling Association World Summit on Nov. 10-12. From Whistler, British Columbia in 2004 to Steamboat Springs, Colorado in 2014, IMBA’s world summits always draw a worldwide …
  Mural festivals are typically in big cities. But for the second year, Fort Smith is host to The Unexpected, a mural festival bringing urban contemporary art to Arkansas. During the event occurring this week, the walls of several downtown historic buildings will be painted with large murals. The buildings are located in between about …
What do London, Zurich, Munich, and now Fort Smith, Arkansas have in common? They are the only four places to offer an immersive art installation by Irish artist Maser. Most known for his graffiti and mural paintings, Maser has created these 3D installations that make you feel like you’ve walked into the painting. In fact, …