It’s Turkey Time during the November Heifer Hour

Gather the kids and bring them to enjoy Heifer Hour at Heifer International (HI) in downtown Little Rock. The free event is held monthly on the second Saturday from 11 a.m. until noon.  The focus of the festivities is caring

Learn the Frontier Way of Life at Day Camp

If you’re between the ages of eight and 12, you can explore how the early pioneers lived during the Settlers’ Day Camp. The adventure is scheduled for July 22-24 at the Plantation Agriculture Museum State Park in Scott. A park

Small Town Arkansas Shines During Guy’s Peachfest

A popular summertime crop is celebrated July 12-13 during the 2nd Annual Guy Peachfest.  This small Faulkner County community has a jammed-packed, two day event with all sorts of activities taking place in the city park. Prior to the actual

Memorial Day Weekend Means It’s Time for Riverfest

Little Rock and North Little Rock’s Riverfest wraps up the month of May over Memorial Day Weekend: May 24-May 26. Riverfest is known for its wide variety of entertainment and this year is no different.  Local and regional performers are

The Circus is Coming to Town

Enjoy your inner child while introducing a new generation to the delights of the Greatest Show on Earth April 12-14. The 73 annual Scimitar Shrine Circus once again offers the glitz, glamour and fun that has appealed to generations as

Summer History Camp Registration Open

Summer is closer than you think and it’s not too early to start planning your children’s summer fun. The Shiloh Museum in Springdale is now accepting registration for its summer history camps for kids. Two sessions are offered: “Shiloh in

Congratulations to the Museum of Discovery

The Museum of Discovery in downtown Little Rock has had a banner year since reopening in 2012.  Approximately 170,000 people have visited since the totally renovated space was launched. This year brings more accolades as the museum has been named

Discovering Nature in Downtown Little Rock

The Central Arkansas Nature Center is a treasure-trove of nature found in Arkansas. It’s a sensory delight for both the eyes and the ears: from a wall of watery living habitat displays to the common sounds of the area, including

Central Arkansas Libraries More Than Just Books

When was the last time you visited a library?  Modern-day facilities are a far cry from just being a place to research and check-out books. No matter the time of year, there’s always something going on. Today they are also

Meet Mother Nature

Hey Kids! Tell your mom and dad that you’d like to meet Mother Nature. She visits Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area every second Saturday and second Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. to excite the imaginations of children by reading