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Ohhhh, October! How we love you! In The Natural State, October means cooler temperatures, fall color, and great festival fun. In McGehee, it’s the 11th annual Owlfest on Oct. 6-7. The citywide festival features free entertainment the entire weekend, plus events like a 5K run/walk, street dances, the Owl Hoot contest, a petting zoo, a …
Whether you’re 8 or 88, seeing the first pumpkin of the year makes you realize fall and Halloween are on the way! These two events offer pumpkins galore and all the other fun things that make fall in Arkansas amazing! Arkansas Post Museum State Park in Gillett hosts the annual Fall Fair on Oct. 7. …
Clinton will hold its first Wild Game Cook-off on Sept. 30 at Archey Fork Park. Deer, turkey, rabbit, opossum, squirrel – anything is fair game for this new event that planners intend to hold annually. Chefs can enter the cook-off and compete for cash prizes – $200 for first place; $125 for second place; $175 …
What is it about the dark that can make a pleasant place take on a foreboding feel? At Lake Fort Smith State Park in Mountainburg, it’s the telling of authentic Ozarks ghost stories during a nighttime water cruise from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 27 and 28. Park interpreters will lead this haunted …
Along The Natural State’s eastern border flows a mighty river that has transformed the land and the people within its reach. It is the majestic Mississippi River, which starts as a stream in Minnesota, winding throughout America’s heartland to Louisiana, where it relinquishes its powerful waters into the Gulf of Mexico. Arkansas is a proud …
The 19th annual SouthArk Outdoor Expo is September 9 in El Dorado! The family friendly day is geared for those who enjoy the outdoors and events on the lineup include a a rib cook-off that serves as a backdrop to the day’s activities, a chainsaw wood carving demo, archery demonstrations, target shooting, food trucks, a …
September is here! Let’s get ready for some fall fun. Especially fun that includes pumpkins, corn mazes and scarecrows! It’s the 13th annual Fall Festival at Peebles Farm in Augusta on Sept. 22-Oct. 31. The farm features fun activities for the entire family including a 60-acre pumpkin patch. You’ll also find hay rides, horse and …
The Razorback Regional Greenway lends itself to a unique biannual event in Northwest Arkansas – the Square 2 Square Bicycle Ride held each fall and spring. Participants cycle about 30 miles of the Greenway, then enjoy post ride festivities such as live music, farmer’s markets, refreshments, discounts to area businesses, bicycle valet, and more.  The …