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School may have started but that doesn’t mean special events, festivals and activities around The Natural State have stopped. The calendar is as packed as ever with county fairs, music festivals and Labor Day Weekend events.

Arkansas Insiders
The Water Fun of September: Boat Cruises to Kayaking to Cleanups

Jill Rohrbach

As summer fades and we look to the fall, there are still plenty of water-related activities in The Natural State. In the Arkansas River Valley Head to Lake Fort Smith State Park in Mountainburg on Sept. 1 to learn about Building Lake…Read more ›
September Fun in the Arkansas Delta and North Central Ozarks

Kim Williams

As fall approaches in The Natural State, there are a plethora of exciting events and festivals to tempt you to get out and about  this September.  An Arkansas Delta tradition, the 73rd annual Labor Day Picnic in Rector is slated…Read more ›
U.S. Navy Blue Angels and More Featured at Little Rock Air Force Base Open House

Kerry Kraus

  This is the year of a rare opportunity that only comes around biennially and it’s always eagerly awaited. It’s the Little Rock Air Force Base Open House and Air Show, Sept. 8 and 9. One of the few times…Read more ›
One Tank Travels: MusicFest El Dorado Celebrates 25 Years

Zoie Clift

  We invite you to have “More Fun Per Gallon” in Arkansas this year. Each day we will be blogging on different Arkansas destinations which can be reached on one tank of gas or less. This is basically every corner…Read more ›
The Food of September: Grapes

Kat Robinson

With summer coming to an end this month, it’s prime time for the harvest of a popular Arkansas crop:  grapes. They come in endless varieties, colors and sweetness and they’re best sought out at farmers markets across the state. Arkansas does…Read more ›
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Helpful information for Students and Teachers

School days are now in session. We have a great resource for both students and teachers when it comes to Arkansas. Visit our website geared just for kids and discover all the helpful links, information, and even games to assist your student with their study of The Natural State. Both parents and kids should try their hand at the Arkansas Arcade.

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