Posts by Author: Jill Rohrbach

If you like your bluegrass served up with sustainability efforts, kid friendliness, and scenic views, this summer music festival is for you – the inaugural Homegrown Music Festival set for July 21-23 at Byrd’s Adventure Center in Ozark, Arkansas. The music The event presents a stellar line up of national newgrass and bluegrass bands including …
The Scott Family Amazeum in Bentonville will offer seven weeks of engaging learning opportunities for kids ages six years to 11 years this summer. Camps start June 13 and run weekly through Aug. 5, with the exception of the week of July 4. Each camp will feature a different theme designed to incorporate hands-on Science, …
Books in Bloom Literary Festival: a Celebration for Writers and Readers will take place Sunday, May 15 at the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa in Eureka Springs. Festival-goers have the opportunity to meet accomplished authors, and to hear them read from or speak about their work. Aspiring writers learn about various aspects of writing and …
If you like country music and baseball, Arvest Ballpark in Springdale is where you want to be on Saturday, July 23. Following the Northwest Arkansas Naturals 6:05 p.m. game against the Springfield Cardinals, there will be a live post-game country concert by David Nail, a MCA Nashville and Grammy-nominated recording artist. Nail is known for …
In Arkansas, trout fishing for rainbow, brown, cutthroat, and brook trout is a favorite outdoor activity on the White River in the tailwaters of the Norfork, Bull Shoals, Beaver, Ouachita, and Greers Ferry dams. If you’d like to take part in the fun but are new to fishing, one of the best ways to get …
Ready for some weekend fun? It starts at noon today at Springfest in Heber Springs and goes through Saturday night. A lot of the entertainment takes place at the Spring Park Band Shell: 11 a.m. Clogging Thunder 12 p.m. Jubilation Jazz 2 p.m. Ronald McDonald Meet and Greet 3 p.m. Prestin Garey concert 4:30 p.m. …
For art lovers, there’s nothing quite like Eureka Springs in May. The entire month is devoted to the arts. This year’s 29th May Festival of the Arts celebrates the visual, performing, and even edible arts, and showcases more than 350 working artists that live in the community. The ArtRageous Parade, beginning at 5 p.m. on …