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Summer is in full swing in The Natural State. All types of water sports are available including taking a dip at an old-fashioned swimmin' hole. Plenty of activities crowd the calendar with things to do.

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Family-Friendly Festivals in June Throughout Eastern Arkansas

Kim Williams

June brings with it a variety of great festivals in the Arkansas Delta and the north central Ozarks. Start your summer with a bang at Portfest in Newport on June 1-2 with the excitement of concerts and fireworks. Held at Jacksonport State…Read more ›
Hot Springs Music Festival Set for June 3-16

Zoie Clift

The Hot Springs Music Festival brings together hundreds of musicians each year to the city. From June 3-16 around 200 international musicians present 20 concerts and over 250 free open rehearsals of symphony orchestra, chamber orchestra, chamber music, oratorio and…Read more ›
Opera in the Ozarks’ 62nd Season Begins June 22

Jill Rohrbach

(UPDATE 6-8-2012: Eureka Springs will host the opening production of Opera in the Ozarks’ Outreach Opera-“When Toys Talk” an adaptation of Ravels’ “L’Enfant et les Sortileges”.   A short, delightful presentation with an incredibly active, insi...
Big Money Awaits Amateur Anglers This Month

Kerry Kraus

Do you feel lucky? Or do you think you’re a good amateur fisherman? You can test your skills during the 13th annual Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza June 29-July 1, where $100,000 is on the line. The three-day event spans approximately 300…Read more ›
Malvern Brickfest
6/28/2013 - 6/29/2013
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Arkansas’s “More Fun Per Gallon” Debuts

The Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism is launching a partnership campaign aimed at reminding visitors that Arkansas is a friendly, exciting and affordable vacation destination. The “More Fun Per Gallon” program utilizes the recently redesigned Deals and Coupons website and application and a Gas Tracker to show drivers how much they can expect to spend on their trip.

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