Camden Daffodils and Dog Shows

 
One of South Arkansas’ largest events takes place during the
19th annual Camden Daffodil Festival March 9-10.

 

The event offers and opportunity to enjoy the history of the
area with guided tours through the city’s museums, antebellum homes, and
historical sites complete with costumed re-enactments.

 

Garden tours are from 9-6 Friday and 9-5 Saturday and
include 13 acres of daffodils at the renowned Daniel’s Garden and a martial
arts demo performance at the Japanese Garden. Guided tours through the historic
Oakland Cemetery with Civil War re-enactors also take place. Also on the agenda
is live music, a 5K run, sidewalk vendors, a steak-cook off and more. For more
information, visit www.camdenfestival.com
or call 870-836-0023.  

 

Also, if you are into dog shows, Camden is hosting one Feb.
18-19
at the Highland Airport Facilities at 204 Ouachita 212 ( Veterans Road). Many
of the same dogs that competed at the Westminster Dog show earlier in the week
will be there. The show is produced by S.A.K.C. ( South Arkansas Kennel Club)
and has been a staple in town since 1989. For more details check out www.arkansasdogs.com.  

 

 

 

 

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3 comments on “Camden Daffodils and Dog Shows
  1. Marla says:

    I love this festival. It’s just an explosion of bright yellow. You can’t help but be happy. Thanks for reminding me that it’s time to make plans to go.

  2. Zoie Clift says:

    Glad you enjoy this festival Marla! Daffodils make me happy too! Enjoy!

  3. James says:

    My favorite part of the festival is the amazing food. The Steak-Cook off alone is worth the trip for me!

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