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An Arkansas February brings opportunities to celebrate romance, eagle watch, observe Black History Month, and visit one of the many excellent museums, art galleries or libraries. It also provides the chance to see the magnificent Trumpeter Swans at Magness Lake near Heber Springs.

Arkansas Insiders
Romantic Escape

Jill Rohrbach

When it comes to romantic escapes, it doesn’t get much better than this — a room with a view, indoor pool, restaurant, hiking paths and wine country. Use Mount Magazine State Park as your home base while you enjoy the great outdoors, shopping, and wineries. Mount Magazine – Towering over...
Survival Skills Workshop at Daisy State Park

Zoie Clift

Learn the skills needed for wilderness survival through a series of workshops February 22-24 at Daisy State Park in Kirby during Survival Skills Weekend. Take one class or take them all.  Of note: space is limited so advance registration is required. Workshop discounts are also available for campers...
Spotlighting African-American History

Kim Williams

Helena-West Helena officially opens Freedom Park to the public with a dedication on Saturday, Feb. 23. Freedom Park includes exhibits that explore the African-American experience in Civil War Helena. The exhibits follow the journey of the African-Americans from fugitive slave to freedom; and for som...
Central Arkansas Libraries More Than Just Books

Kerry Kraus

When was the last time you visited a library?  Modern-day facilities are a far cry from just being a place to research and check-out books. No matter the time of year, there’s always something going on. Today they are also museums, art galleries, activity centers, and computer labs.  There are speci...
Hikes, Hearts, and Hugs Weekend
2/9/2013 - 2/10/2013
Frontier Days at the Hill of Five Trails
2/16/2013 - 2/17/2013
Introduction to Geocaching
> complete events calendar

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