2015 is here and the Fort Smith region is celebrating with a slew of events. The coming weeks will include a performance of "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," the Arkansas Tackle, Hunting and Boat Show, Martin Luther King, Jr.
The year may have just started, but the calendar is quickly filling up with great events in Northwest Arkansas. The coming weeks will include an Electric Art Forum at Crystal Bridges, a Martin Luther King, Jr. Banquet, Texas Hold'em and Scrabble tournaments, and NWA's Paint the Town Red.
The Fort Smith Little Theater jumpstarted the new year by hosting auditions for its upcoming season opener, "Pride and Prejudice." Dozens of hopefuls made their way to the theater on Monday and Tuesday (Jan. 5-6) evening to read lines and vie for a spot in Jane Austen's classic tale.
Holiday happenings in Northwest Arkansas will include a Jingle Bell Run to fight arthritis, performances of "The Snowman" and "The Nutcracker," and family-friendly fun at Crystal Bridges' Winter Break Wonders.
Around 400 people meandered through the lobby of Nadine Baum Studios, and into the clay studio, past potters wheels and shelves of pots; browsing and buying unique art ranging from paintings to clay pottery made by local artists at the 7th annual Holiday Bazaar Art and Craft Sale on Saturday (Dec
The Fort Smith Region is celebrating the start of the Christmas season with its annual Hearts of Gold Open House, the Fort Smith Chorale and Fort Smith Symphony's holiday concerts, Lighting of the Crawford County Courthouse, Junior League's Holiday Home Tour, Mercy's White Christmas Charity Ball,
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. The school celebrated the start of the holiday season on Tuesday (Nov. 25) evening by hosting its annual Campus Lighting Ceremony.
Girls in multi-colored tutus and purple and orange hair ran through the streets of downtown Bentonville on Saturday morning (Nov. 22) as they participated in the tenth annual Girls on the Run 5K and 10K race.
On Friday night (Nov. 21), approximately 425 people came together at the Jewels of Giving Gala to provide help for the 100,000 people in Benton, Washington, Madison and Carroll counties who go hungry every day.