Beautiful landscapes, picturesque produce, and intricate carvings were among the many unique pieces on display Tuesday (July 1), as the Center for Art and Education in Van Buren debuted its July exhibit featuring artist Jimmy Leach and his show
The John Henry Shaddox Wagon Train made the 71-mile, six-day trip from Harrison to Springdale just in time to usher in the 70th annual Rodeo of the Ozarks and take the lead position in the annual rodeo parade at 3 p.m. Wednesday (July 2).
July starts off with a bang, as the Fort Smith region hosts a nature-themed art opening, Mayor's 4th of July Celebration, Clayton Camp, and a youth golf tournament. Sometimes the only way to beat the heat is to keep moving.
School is out and summer is almost here, which means there is lots to do and see in the Fort Smith area. Locals can take in some tunes at the Riverfront Blues Festival, test their limits at the True Grit Ride, celebrate Women of Vision, or learn about some local history in the weeks to come.
June is all about summer celebrations, golf, and pre-rodeo festivities in NWA. Locals can party at the Summer Salsa, Summer Nights Gala, or Summer Solstice event, watch the pros at the annual Walmart LPGA Tournament, or get in the rodeo spirit at Western Day's.
On the agenda for Sunday at Wakarusa is some Kung Fu, Magic Beans and sounds from a band from Australia. It’s the final day of music at the large outdoor festival north of Ozark, and your last chance to hear the most eclectic bands to hit the region.
Saturday at Wakarusa delivers Black Cadillacs, some Magnetic Zeroes and something about an incident with String Cheese. A good way to end the night is with some sweet and “filthy bass” drops from Bassnectar.
She may have just given birth, but for Young Actors Guild Executive Director Missy Gipson, the show must go on and that is exactly what will happen June 12 through June 15 as the YAG performance of Cinderella takes the stage at the Alma Perf
Two regional art organizations came together on Sunday (June 1) afternoon, as Van Buren's Center for Art and Education played host to artists from Fayetteville Underground for the opening reception of its June exhibit.
The Children's Emergency Shelter heated up the Fort Smith River Pavilion on Saturday (May 31) evening as it hosted the second annual "Havana Nights." Presented by the Fiori Family, the "party with a purpose" featured Cuban-inspired food and drink, Salsa music, and hand rolled cigars, all mixed wi