The Fort Smith Museum of History has scheduled a wide range of activities in May – to include bull riding, historic development of downtown Fort Smith, and cowboy poetry – to support Western Heritage Month in Fort Smith.
A sell-out crowd of more than 1,300 people came out to support the Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter (NWACS) at the 13th annual Starlight Gala on Saturday night at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers.
Nearly 400 varieties of wine were featured on Friday (March 5) evening as Bost presented its 13th annual Grape Escapes. The "A Vine Affair" showcased everything from white, red and blush wines to delectable hors d'oeuvres and desserts prepared by local eateries.
The Dig In Food and Farming Festival brought several hundred farmers, gardeners, foodies and families together on Friday (March 6) and Saturday (March 7) in Springdale to celebrate and learn about local food, farms and gardens.
Northwest Arkansas will spring forward with a number of events including the third annual Power of the Purse luncheon, The Pack Shack's NWA vs. Hunger, the infamous Kiss a Pig Gala, and a Van Gogh to Rothko lecture at Crystal Bridges.
Mackenzie Jobe looks like a normal, healthy Bentonville high school senior – big brown eyes, long brown hair, and a smile that lights up a room. But Mackenzie has something other seniors don’t – she lives with cystic fibrosis.
For many, the 20th century art movements that feature wall-size canvases covered with swaths of single colors of paint are difficult to understand, let alone put into context with the whole of art history.
The coming weeks will offer a diverse sampling of events in the Fort Smith area, including Clayton Conversations, Immaculate Conception's annual Spaghetti Dinner, the inaugural presentation of the U.S.