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November is a transition month with the bounty of an autumn harvest and last vestiges of fall color still visible. Some farmers markets and roadside stands still offer locally grown plants, herbs, and produce. And the Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights begins its statewide "sparkle-athon" this month.
Learn how your ancestors lived from day to day during the Pioneer Village Fall Fest, Nov. 2-3 in Searcy. The collection of 19th century buildings, farm equipment and other antique items will all be open with costumed guides on…Read more ›
What do you think it would be like to feel grass between your huge paws for the first time if you were a grizzly bear who had been in captivity for many years? Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Eureka Springs…Read more ›
The 78th annual World’s Championship Duck Calling Contest and Wings Over the Prairie Festival in Stuttgart is one of the biggest and best festivals in the Arkansas Delta. Thousands from across the country flock to the event to celebrate the…Read more ›
November 27 is the annual lighting ceremony of the historic 1907 Little River County Courthouse in Ashdown. The courthouse, which is still in use today, is a sight to see during the holiday season. During this time, lights adorn the…Read more ›
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