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Execution Anniversary of James Casherago

July, 30 2014

George Wilson, alias James Casharego, was accused of killing his traveling companion, Zachariah W. Thatch, with an axe. ...

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9 to 5: The Musical

July, 31 2014

Some female employees in the 1970s plan to replace their boss who is a liar, a bigot, and an egotistical sexist. You’ll ...

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Western Re-enactments and Entertainment on Main Street

August, 02 2014

Encounter a pack of rowdy Western outlaws on historic Main Street. If they draw, a shoot-out could be the result of thes...

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History Lessons for Children

August, 02 2014

Join volunteer Diane White for entertaining and educational history lessons. Children will learn about the founding and ...

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Hometown Hospitality Heroes- Jackie Hoffarth and Kermit Walsh

July 16, 2014
Fort Smith and our region benefit tremendously from conventions and events brought to our area. Attracting and retaining these happenings relies on the efforts of everyone in the hospitality industry. From left: Kermit Walsh and Jackie Hoffarth Our newest Hometown Hospitality Heroes are Jackie Hoffarth, President of the Fort Smith Western Heritage Month and Kermit […]
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Congratulations GRIT (Giving Recognition In Tourism) Award Recipients!!!

April 25, 2014
Our journey to find GRIT has come to a close for this year but don’t worry, we’re already scouting to find next year’s nominees! The GRIT Awards were presented the night of April 24th, at the MovieLounge, dinner-cinema-event space. Over 100 people attended the awards ceremony. This gathering of friends was to showcase the accomplishments […]
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Nestled in the Arkansas River Valley, between the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains; Arkansas’s second largest city, Fort Smith, rests gently on the banks of the Arkansas River at the intersection of interstates 40 and 540.

Fort Smith Arkansas - Top True Western Town of the Year 2013

When you visit, you’ll find that Fort Smith’s past is in its future. We uniquely combine the history of the “Old West” with the gentle charm of the antebellum “Old South,” offering travelers of all ages glimpses into its distinctive past through restorations, attractions, museums and festivals that make our history fun and exciting.

When you arrive in Fort Smith, make Miss Laura’s Social Club (the Fort Smith Visitors Center, a former bordello that was the first to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places), your first stop for a warm welcome and plenty of information about our community, our main attractions, or upcoming events. 

Coming up:
See our Fort Smith Calendar of Events for details on dozens of upcoming special events and entertainment!

  


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