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October in Arkansas is so exciting. Festivals pack every weekend from corner to corner. Towns large, small and every size in between celebrate the harvest, fall color, Halloween, music, food, outdoor activities and just about any topic you can think of. Come join the fun!

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Houdini Straight Jacket Escape to be Performed in Eureka Springs

Jill Rohrbach

“Must-see” is sometimes an overused term, but not when you’re telling people about a Houdini straight jacket escape off the roof of one of America’s most haunted hotels. And that’s exactly what I’m telling you. Sean-Paul of Intrigue Theater intends to perform a Ho...
October Features Fun, Family-Friendly Festivals in the Arkansas Delta

Kim Williams

October is a great month to get out and enjoy festivals and events in the Arkansas Delta.  Brinkley celebrates autumn with the 29th annual Brinkley Fall Fest on Oct. 5-6. Friday night’s activities include mini tractor pulls and dinner at Greenlee Park. On Saturday, head to the t...
Time for the Texarkana Renaissance Faire

Zoie Clift

Looking for somewhere to wear that costume from the 16th-17th century? If so, the Texarkana Renaissance Faire is coming up! This is the first year for the faire, which is set for Oct. 5-7 at the Four States Fair Grounds, and the idea for it started over a year ago. “It was originally going to ...
Plenty of Scary Opportunities for All Ages in Little Rock during October

Kerry Kraus

The ghosts, ghouls and goblins of October are going to be very busy in Little Rock.  Spooky, scary, and fun events for every fright level take place during the month. The very popular annual Tales of the Crypt leads off the list on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Two tours are given, a “north” and...
45th Annual Hot Springs Arts & Crafts Fair
Hot Springs
10/4/2013 - 10/6/2013
38th Annual Arkansas Apple Festival
10/4/2013 - 10/6/2013
74th Annual Arkansas State Fair
Little Rock
10/11/2013 - 10/20/2013
35th Annual Wiggins' Cabin Festival
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Are You Ready to be Scared?

It’s that time of year again. It’s October and that means spooky stuff begins to happen! It also seems to be that people are more inclined to seek out frightful locations, hoping to meet a long-lost soul who has yet to leave the premises. Who knows? Maybe you'll encounter the Fouke Monster. Visit our Haunted Arkansas page to learn about some settings where “things that go bump in the night” in The Natural State.

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