On crisp fall days dating back to the 1800s people have gathered at the War Eagle Mill located in a lush valley on the banks of War Eagle Creek. In the early years they came to have picnics and parties while waiting for their grain to be milled.
Chicken Marsala lasagna, Santa Fe spinach dip and gingerbread cheesecake were the stars of the show Thursday night (Oct. 16) at the Springdale Civic Center during the Taste of Home Cooking School, a part of Taste of Home magazine.
In addition to a change of natural color, October will close out with a busy few weeks of events including United Way's Power of the Purse, a "Pops on Broadway" concert by the Fort Smith Symphony, Taste of Fort Smith and more.
Award luncheons, Halloween Festivities and the Big Night Gala will fill NWA's calendar in the coming weeks, as the region hosts the Excellence in Free Enterprise award Luncheon, Crystal Bridges' "Halloween in the Hollow" Party, the Rogers Little Theater's "Lend Me a Tenor," the "Orchestral Specta
The Fort Smith region will celebrate everything from animal rescue to Halloween horrors in the coming weeks as it hosts the Saving Paws Benefit, Wiederkehr Wine Fest, the Murder & Mayhem Trolley Tour, BalloonFest and a Survivors' Challenge.
Northwest Arkansas is kicking off fall with a busy calendar that includes the annual Pea Ridge Mule Jump, an Art Night Out at Crystal Bridges, War Eagle Craft Fair, A Taste of Home Cooking School, and A Night at the Speakeasy.
The crowd of 250 gathered at Pinnacle Country Club on Friday night made a difference in the lives of people in all 75 counties across Arkansas by participating in the 23rd annual Charity Challenge of Champions that provides funding for the Arkansas Crisis Center.
Italian soirees, a "Fiesta for the Future," and festivals celebrating all things chocolate and all things ale are among just a few of the many events packing the Fort Smith region's calendar in the coming weeks.
For the past 25 years when September rolls around, the green hills of the Buell farm outside of Goshen go from a quiet, pastoral setting to the site of a polo match and a festive party, hosting 2,000 people.
Sounds of conversation, laughter and soft music filled the air as the aroma of flowers and gourmet food pleased the senses at Chefs in the Garden on Tuesday evening (Sept. 9) at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in Fayetteville.
Sonny and Sue Robison are masters at leading double lives. The two have become synonymous for their portrayals of Fort Smith legendary Federal Judge Isaac Parker and his wife Mary, appearing at functions throughout the year to promote local history and share the couple's unique story.
The Fort Smith region will have much to celebrate in September including the 37th annual CAE Adult Artist Competition, Wings of Hope Butterfly Release, and the return of the annual Arkansas Oklahoma State Fair and all the fried food that comes with it.