Full Calendar of Events


Make Believe

Make Believe

April, 24 2014

Synopsis: A dramatic comedy that looks at the way a family deals with grief. Reality or imagination? Make believe or truth? Or is coping just somewhere in between? (Off season show not part of season ticket)

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"Off the Beaten Path Tour" Justin Moore & Randy Houser

"Off the Beaten Path Tour" Justin Moore & Randy Houser

April, 24 2014

Justin Moore with special guests Randy houser and Josh Thompson will be performing as a party of the...

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Spiro Mounds, Kerr Ranch and Poteau, Okla. Day Tour

April, 24 2014

The UAFS Center for Lifelong Learning offers this Spiro Mounds and Kerr Ranch at Spiro, Okla. day tour, with a lumch and shopping stop at downtown Poteau, Okla. Explore the Spiro Mounds archeological site and artifacts that are among Oklahoma’s richest cultural resources. The protected site includes 150 acres of land that encompasses 12 mounds, the elite village area and part of the support city. Enjoy lunch and a shopping break on Poteau's historic main street. The tour continues to Kerr Ranch, where Oklahoma’s first native-born governor, a wealthy oilman and eventually a powerful U.S. senator lived. Lunch will be included. Registration deadline is April 10.

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Tinker Bell's Fairy Party

April, 25 2014

Peter Pan is coming to town! Join us in celebrating his arrival at Tinker Bell's Fairy Party.

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Founders Day

Founders Day

April, 26 2014

Every year at Lake Fort Smith State Park we celebrate the intrepid pioneers that settled the Boston Mountains. This year's Founders Day activities include an archaeology hike, Shepherd Springs genealogy, Wagons Ho: Taming the Frontier, a Dutch oven cooking demonstration, and an evening concert, "Songs of the Pioneers." See our website for specific times, descriptions, and activities.

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Music Festival On Main Street - Van Buren

April, 26 2014

Blues performers will entertain on historic Main Street from two stages with four bands playing throughout the evening. Oreo Blue, Wanda Watson, Mark Albertson and Bill Flash will all be playing from stages at the 400 block and 700 block on the closed street. Some chairs will be provided but feel free to take lawn chairs.

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Authors in the Afternoon with Marcus Woodward

Authors in the Afternoon with Marcus Woodward

April, 26 2014

Fort Smith author Marcus Woodward will sign copies of his book Twisted Solitude. Set mainly in the Boston Mountains of northwest Arkansas during the summer of 1999, the book tells the tale of Jon Hacker and his journey set off by the death of the famous horror author, Stephen King. Along with his new found love Carrie, the two King fans embark on a journey of love, separation and reunion, taking them through a world of evil spirits, evil people and a nether world trying to intrude into a small hill community. A history major in college, Marcus Woodward has spent the last 28 years teaching social studies at Chaffin Junior High. Woodward has always been an admirer of the fantasy genre and has studied creative writing under the Arkansas author Francis Irby Gwaltney, and has had the fortunate experience of being able to study in Austria after college. Through the years, the author has written poems, short stories, and even a play. Copies of Twisted Solitude will be available for sale and signing at this open-house style event.

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Fort Smith Symphony- "Bonjour Paris"

Fort Smith Symphony- "Bonjour Paris"

April, 26 2014

This special concert will evoke the romance of Paris and our collective love affair with a great and...

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Turtles of Arkansas

Turtles of Arkansas

April, 26 2014

Local turtle expert Champ Williams will present a hands-on, comprehensive presentation about the diversity...

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Tales of the Crypt

Tales of the Crypt

April, 26 2014

History is reincarnated at Fort Smith Oak Cemetery as colorful characters of Fort Smith's past are portrayed...

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Tales of the Crypt

Tales of the Crypt

April, 27 2014

History is reincarnated at Fort Smith Oak Cemetery as colorful characters of Fort Smith's past are portrayed...

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University of Arkansas Fort Smith Choral Spring Concert

University of Arkansas Fort Smith Choral Spring Concert

April, 28 2014

The best of choral literature requires the best of choral talent – as in the University Chorale, a 60-member...

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An Art Affair

An Art Affair

May, 01 2014

Come celebrate the history of RAM and make a toast to the bright future of the cultural landscape of...

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"Ready to Rodeo" Opening Reception

"Ready to Rodeo" Opening Reception

May, 01 2014

The history of the Old Fort Days Rodeo will be on display throughout the month of May. Exhibits on display...

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First Thursday Fort Smith

First Thursday Fort Smith

May, 01 2014

A collaboration of downtown businesses, including live music, treats, shopping, etc. Fun for the entire...

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Backroad Anthem

Backroad Anthem

May, 02 2014

Backroad Anthem is a country rock band that captivates audiences with their unique style and undeniable...

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Talent on Parade

Talent on Parade

May, 02 2014

Dance competition to include the beautiful dancers from our area. Watch them perform entertaining routines...

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Hangin’ Judge & Old Fort Days Cutting Horse Show

Hangin’ Judge & Old Fort Days Cutting Horse Show

May, 02 2014

In collaboration with the Old Fort Days Rodeo and the National Cutting Horse Association, a professional...

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Billy Currington "We Are Tonight Tour"

Billy Currington "We Are Tonight Tour"

May, 03 2014

Country singer Billy Currington with guests Bret Eldredge & Chase Rice will be performing as part of...

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A Night in the Caribbean Benefitting the Gregory Kistler Center

A Night in the Caribbean Benefitting the Gregory Kistler Center

May, 03 2014

The Caribbean committee invites you to enjoy a night of Caribbean cuisine, fabulous music, live and silent...

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Big Guns of the Civil War

Big Guns of the Civil War

May, 03 2014

Experience the thunder and smoke of Civil War cannon. There is much more to cannons than the booming sound. At 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Fort Smith National Historic Site will present a program about the realities faced by soldiers in battle during the Civil War and fire a reproduction cannon.

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Black Star Riders

Black Star Riders

May, 05 2014

Come check out and hear the sounds of the newly formed Black Star Riders. Some former members of the...

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Authors in the Afternoon with Kymberley Cook

Authors in the Afternoon with Kymberley Cook

May, 08 2014

Arkansas author Kymberley Cook will sign copies of her book "Her Blood’s Warning." The author fluidly weaves an original vampire mythology into traditional lore in her new fantasy set on a secluded Arkansas farm in the Boston Mountains. The novel tells the tale of vampire Thadacus, and a lovely girl Rhymee, who lives become entwined because of her family legacy. He devotes himself to protecting Rhymee, but the forces attacking her are beyond his power to control. Kymberley Cook received her degree in education with a focus on literature from the University of Arkansas. She previously published “The Lore of Leifmala: The Forest of Gorath.” She resides in Prairie Grove, Ark. Copies of the book will be available for sale and signing at this open-house style event.

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Opening Reception: Carol Dickie: An Artist

Opening Reception: Carol Dickie: An Artist's Journey

May, 08 2014

An opening reception of Carol Dickie: An Artist’s Journey, a retrospective of the Eureka Springs-based artist's work. The exhibit showcases 30 works spanning from her early years as a budding artist until present day. Dickie began painting full-time ten years ago and in this short period has pushed the boundaries of painting and exploration in various media. A self-described “abstract naturalistic” painter, Dickie utilizes watercolor, gouache, acrylic, casein, charcoal and pastel on heavy paper or board, Masonite and Clayboard. Carol Dickie: An Artist’s Journey will be on display at the museum from May 9 – August 10, 2014.

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Star Party

Star Party

May, 09 2014

The North side of Wells Lake on the nature center grounds will be transformed into an outdoor observatory...

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U.S. Marshals Museum Kids Safety Fair

U.S. Marshals Museum Kids Safety Fair

May, 09 2014

The US Marshals Museum presents an event featuring multiple community agencies that will focus on safety...

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Western Arkansas Ballet Presents Peter Pan

Western Arkansas Ballet Presents Peter Pan

May, 09 2014

The Wetsern Arkasnas Ballet will be performing Peter Pan.

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36th Birthday Bash and 9th Annual Archaeology Day

36th Birthday Bash and 9th Annual Archaeology Day

May, 10 2014

A free day to learn about archaeology at the only prehistoric Native American archaeological site open to the public in Oklahoma.

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Luncheon with Mrs. Isaac Parker and the Fortnightly Ladies

Luncheon with Mrs. Isaac Parker and the Fortnightly Ladies

May, 10 2014

Join Mary O’Toole Parker for “Luncheon with the Fortnightly Ladies.” The Fortnightly Club was founded...

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Percussion Rifles of the Civil War

Percussion Rifles of the Civil War

May, 10 2014

One of the things that made the Civil War so deadly and cost over 600,000 Americans their lives was the reliability and lethality of the rifles soldiers used. At 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Fort Smith National Historic Site will present a program about the realities faced by soldiers in battle during the Civil War and fire percussion muskets, including the infantry’s Enfield and the cavalry’s Sharps rifles.

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IBEP Classes

IBEP Classes

May, 10 2014

The IBEP is administered in Arkansas by the AGFC's Hunter Education Division. It is taught by certified...

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Snakes of Arkansas

Snakes of Arkansas

May, 10 2014

Local reptile enthusiasts will present a family friendly live snake demonstration including the importance...

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Fort Smith

Fort Smith's History Walk of Homes

May, 11 2014

The Fort Smith Heritage Foundation is proud to launch this second year of the Belle Grove Historic District...

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Mother

Mother's Day Tea at The Clayton House

May, 11 2014

Celebrate Mother's Day in timeless elegance. The Clayton House serves a beautiful Mother’s Day Tea in...

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Guns of the Frontier Lecture Series- Session 3-A Deputy and His Colt

Guns of the Frontier Lecture Series- Session 3-A Deputy and His Colt

May, 12 2014

A Deputy and His Colt will highlight Bass Reeves, est known for being one of the first African-American...

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We’re Having a Party! …with Music, Food, and Drinks

May, 15 2014

The Fort Smith Public Library Endowment presents a fun-filled night of food, live music and drinks. Entertainment will be provided by The Don Bailey Jazz Ensemble. Tickets are available at all library locations.

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Old Timer

Old Timer's Days

May, 16 2014

An arts & crafts festival held annually on Historic Main Street. Six blocks of Van Buren’s Main Street will be closed off to provide space for more than 200 exhibitors from more than seven states. A variety of food and entertainment will be available. Event will be held rain or shine. Friday evening will feature a concert. Saturday and Sunday will have arts & crafts plus entertainment. Saturday’s headliner concert will feature Mr. Cabbage Head and the Screaming Radishes.

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Food For Thought: Author Talk with Bob Willoughby

Food For Thought: Author Talk with Bob Willoughby

May, 16 2014

Local author and UAFS professor, Bob Willoughby, will talk about his new e-book, The Arms of Michael, now available for Kindle. A novel in the Christian supernatural genre with a mix of faith, science and history, The Arms of Michael is set in Israel during an archeological excavation of a 12th century castle. Local villagers have a problem with their well, and a cache of ancient weapons turns up. Willoughby will read from his work, and also discuss his experiences publishing through Phoenix International in Fayetteville, who proposed the e-book release. Take a lunch or pick it up at Dewey's Café. The library will provide drinks and dessert.

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Authors in the Afternoon with Tommy Smith

Authors in the Afternoon with Tommy Smith

May, 17 2014

Arkansas author Tommy Smith sign copies of his book Pieces of Chaos. This book of fourteen tales is a collision of ink and paper and an awakening of possibilities. Captured within are fragments of glass, metal, bone, ice, dreams, visions, and lives. Read of a lost village and the burning affliction of its people, an unveiling of a hidden conspiracy, a child confined to a tiny rectangular world on the brink of dissolution, and a girl on her trek from a home of crime and poverty across barren fields of ice to where an unspeakable force dwells. These are but a few of the stories you will find among this collection which blends the cosmic, the psychological, the human, and the inhuman in bringing together the essential dark fiction from Smith’s pen of chaos. Books will be available for purchase and signing at this open-house style event.

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National Police Week Ceremony at the Fort Smith National Historic Site

National Police Week Ceremony at the Fort Smith National Historic Site

May, 17 2014

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week that...

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Memorial Dedication Ceremony for Confederate Soldier Joseph Merk, Oak Cemetery

May, 17 2014

The Varina Jefferson Davis Chapter 252, United Daughters of the Confederacy, along with the General Richard M Gano Camp 561, Sons of Confederate Veterans, will be holding a Memorial Dedication for Pvt. Joseph Heinrick Karl Merk who died 7 September 1913 and is buried at Oak Cemetery, located on South Greenwood Ave., Fort Smith, AR. Joseph Merk was a Confederate Soldier with the 4th (Gordons) Arkansas Cavalry Regiment, Co. A, Confederate Army out of Madison County, Arkansas. Joseph's body had layed in an "unmarked grave" until this past fall, when the Varina Jefferson Davis Chapter 252 contacted the Veterans Administration and through application process obtained a Veteran Marker. Family descendant from out of state will be present for the Memorial Dedication Ritual Service. Members of the UDC and the SCV will conduct the ceremony: posting flags, gun salute and ritual. Some will be dressed in period clothing. In addition to family members, the public is invited and encouraged to attend.

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Arkansas Valley Mustang Club Charity Open Car Show

May, 17 2014

2014 is the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang. The Arkansas Valley Mustang Club will celebrate with an open car show. Classes include Mustangs from 1964 1/2-present. Modified MCA rules. Original Cars compete in classes 1900-1949; 150-1969; 1970-1989 and 1990 to present. Trucks are divided into 1900-1966; 1967-1984 and 1985-present. Other classes include Corvettes, muscle cars, street rods, modified cars, custom trucks, sport compact and special interest vehicles. Registration fee is $20 for show cars and vendors and $10 for display only. Award presentation at 3 p.m. Register by mailing a check to Mark Haddick, P.O. Box 84, Lavaca, Ark. 72941. For more information contact Wayne Lunsford.

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Boating Education Class

May, 17 2014

The Arkansas Boating Education Course teaches fundamentals of safe and responsible boating, is free and...

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Homecoming for the Atkinson-Williams Warehouse

Homecoming for the Atkinson-Williams Warehouse

May, 17 2014

Welcome back! The Atkinson-Williams Warehouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and...

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Fort Smith Symphony- "The Golden Ring"

Fort Smith Symphony- "The Golden Ring"

May, 17 2014

The Ring Without Words is a Wagner “symphony” featuring the greatest orchestral moments from the composer’s...

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Judge Parker

Judge Parker's Rope War

May, 17 2014

Get ready for some tension! In the rope of course! This exciting event will let 10 person teams battle...

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Authors in the Afternoon with Patsy Deppe

May, 18 2014

Oklahoma author Patsy Deppe will sign copies of her book Waya’s Chosen. In this coming-of-age novel, Luke Winterset, a once wild and carefree youth now plagued by debilitating headaches, is sent to his childhood home that he has no memories of, due to a long-ago car accident. Unable to hide fretful dreams any longer, Luke seeks counsel with a Cherokee elder, who helps set Luke on his course to become one of Waya’s Chosen: a shape shifter who would become protector for the earth, a wolf. Books will be available for purchase and signing.

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UAFS Academy of the Arts Youth Honor Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert

May, 19 2014

The Youth Honor Symphony Orchestra presents its spring concert. Led by conductor Dan Mays, the orchestra performs works by Beethoven, Sibelius and many more. Tickets are available by phone, online or at the door.

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Backyard Gardening with Charles Griffith

Backyard Gardening with Charles Griffith

May, 20 2014

Charles Griffth will explore Square Foot gardening, the easiest form or raised bed gardening.

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Cowboy Mounted Shooting

Cowboy Mounted Shooting

May, 24 2014

Demonstrations set for 10am and 3pm. Video of shootout on horseback (as Rooster Cogburn did it.) The...

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Kayak Adventure at Lake Fort Smith

Kayak Adventure at Lake Fort Smith

May, 24 2014

Kayaking is a great way to experience the sights of Lake Fort Smith State Park and a fun way to exercise. Whether you are a beginner or have a bit more experience, this kayak tour is a perfect way to start your day! Reservations are required and may be made at the marina by calling 479-369-1018. Space is limited. This is a weather-dependent event.

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Big Guns of the Civil War

Big Guns of the Civil War

May, 24 2014

Experience the thunder and smoke of Civil War cannon. There is much more to cannons than the booming...

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Absolutely Patsy - Lost in the 50

Absolutely Patsy - Lost in the 50's Music Show

May, 24 2014

Tracy Lynn DeMille brings the beautiful vocals of Country Music Hall of Fame superstar Patsy Cline to the stage in a sensation presentation "Abolutely Patsy," a Branson staple for the past 16 seasons. DeMille is one of the top Patsy Cline tribute artists and sings 27 songs from Cline's career, including "I Fall to Pieces," "Walking After Midnight" and "Crazy." The show will open with Sara Dawn, Hannah Ball and Jerry Standridge. All proceeds benefit wounded veterans.

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Old Fort Days Rodeo Parade & 5K Color Dash

Old Fort Days Rodeo Parade & 5K Color Dash

May, 26 2014

The Color Dash is the World’s Brightest 5k! At the beginning of the course you begin fresh and clean...

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Old Fort Days Rodeo

Old Fort Days Rodeo

May, 26 2014

2014 Old Fort Days will be held at Kay Rogers park. 2014 Events schedule coming soon.

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Queen

Queen's Tea

May, 28 2014

In celebration of Western Heritage Month the Museum will host a “Queen’s Tea” for current and former rodeo queens and Dandies. Meet the lovely ladies who have contributed their talent to the success of the Old Fort Days Rodeo in Fort Smith. For many years, the Fort Smith Chamber of Commerce sponsored the contest for Rodeo Queen. The winners were chosen for their ability to sell Chuckwagon tickets with the first queen crowned in 1937. Many local ladies have fond memories of Rodeo Queen and Sweetheart contests. Since 1977, each evening during the Old Fort Days Rodeo, crowds cheer with pride at the appearance of the Dandies, young ladies skilled in horsemanship leading the legendary Grand Entry. As ambassadors for the Old Fort Days Rodeo, the horsewomen are chosen for their riding skill, character and personality. A Quadrille performed each evening during the rodeo demonstrates the remarkable skill of the Dandies, acquired through rigorous training. Organized as a promotional group, the talented young ladies lead the Grand Entry, post the colors, perform the Quadrille, a square dance on horseback, and travel throughout the year to appear at rodeos nationwide.

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Relay For Life North Sebastian- Fort Smith

May, 30 2014

Join the American Cancer Society at a Relay For Life® of North Sebastian County- Fort Smith Join the...

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Havana Nights

Havana Nights

May, 31 2014

The Fort Smith Children's Emergency Shelter will host an evening of "Havana" inspired cuisine and entertainment...

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Everyday Superhero 5K/1 Mile Walk

Everyday Superhero 5K/1 Mile Walk

May, 31 2014

The Morgan Nick Foundation and CASA Crawford County are team up to host the second annual Everyday Superhero...

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Cowboy Poetry and Singing

Cowboy Poetry and Singing

May, 31 2014

Come finish Fort Smith’s Western Heritage Month in style with local cowboy poets and singers on the steps...

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Boating Education Class

Boating Education Class

June, 03 2014

The Arkansas Boating Education Course teaches fundamentals of safe and responsible boating, is free and...

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Leading Ladies

Leading Ladies

June, 05 2014

Two British actors with empty pockets hop the Atlantic to perform Shakespeare on a Moose Lodge circuit...

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The Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival

The Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival

June, 05 2014

The Wakarusa Music Festival is a premiere grassroots event at Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, Arkansas held annually during the end of May/ beginning of June. Since Wakarusa started in 2004, it has become an acclaimed 4-day music festival in the nationwide outdoor music scene, attracting people from all 50 states and even some from other countries.

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Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

June, 07 2014

If you love treasure hunting, then you're going to love the Fort Smith Flea Market! Come shop and explore vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, books, magazines, coins and so much more in over 100 booths. Bring your friends and have some fun! Interested in being a vender? Booth space is $45! ADMISSION: Adults: $2.00, Children 6-12: $1, Children Under 6 Free - PARKING: Free

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Chaffee Crossing Artisan Market

Chaffee Crossing Artisan Market

June, 07 2014

The market will feature local farmers and artists selling homegrown, handmade and authentic crafts, baked goods, veggies and more.

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Guns of the Frontier Lecture Series- Session 4-An Outlaw and His Smith & Wesson

Guns of the Frontier Lecture Series- Session 4-An Outlaw and His Smith & Wesson

June, 09 2014

An Outlaw and His Smith & Wesson will feature Roy Jenks, Historian for Smith & Wesson, as he highlights...

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Family Recreational Day on the River

June, 10 2014

It is our first ever family oriented half day of activities on the Arkansas River, with some time on...

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E.G.I. Jewelry Sale

E.G.I. Jewelry Sale

June, 13 2014

E.G.I. is an organization dedicated to hosting gem and jewelry conventions at select locations across...

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Kiddy Kamps: F is for Fish

Kiddy Kamps: F is for Fish

June, 18 2014

Bring your little ones out for two hour mini-daycamp. We will have several fun activities planned just...

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24th Annual Riverfront Blues Festival

24th Annual Riverfront Blues Festival

June, 20 2014

Fort Smith’s Riverfront Blues Festival celebrates its 24th year with another spectacular lineup for 2014, featuring some of the best artists in contemporary blues. Singer songwriter Paul Thorn and blues legend Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials headline the two day event. The Riverfront Blues Festival began in 1991 and has featured such blues greats as Buddy Guy and Koko Taylor, while also providing an early look at then-rising stars including Grace Potter and Johnny Lang. The 2014 festival continues in the same spirit, with veterans Paul Thorn and Lil’ Ed, as well as newer acts Samantha Fish, Blind Boy Paxton, and the Peterson Brothers all sure to win over diehard blues lovers and casual fans alike with their youth and energy.

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3rd Annual True Grit Ride 100

3rd Annual True Grit Ride 100

June, 21 2014

Wondering “what’s in it for the rider besides a day of dripping sweat, aching muscles, and pure exhaustion?”...

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Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

July, 19 2014

If you love treasure hunting, then you're going to love the Fort Smith Flea Market! Come shop and explore vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, books, magazines, coins and so much more in over 100 booths. Bring your friends and have some fun! Interested in being a vender? Booth space is $45! ADMISSION: Adults: $2.00, Children 6-12: $1, Children Under 6 Free - PARKING: Free

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9 to 5: The Musical

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...

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Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

August, 23 2014

If you love treasure hunting, then you're going to love the Fort Smith Flea Market! Come shop and explore vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, books, magazines, coins and so much more in over 100 booths. Bring your friends and have some fun! Interested in being a vender? Booth space is $45! ADMISSION: Adults: $2.00, Children 6-12: $1, Children Under 6 Free - PARKING: Free

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Rock the River for Hanna House

Rock the River for Hanna House

August, 23 2014

Arkansas’ Largest Annual Christian Music Festival! Nearly twenty artists from across the nation will take the stage as they “rock for life” in order to raise awareness and financial support for Hannah House. Headlining this year's festival is Building 429. Also scheduled is Disciple, Manafest, and Manic Drive with many more national and local artists to be announced over the next few months.

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Tell It Like It Is - Masquerade Party

Tell It Like It Is - Masquerade Party

August, 30 2014

A fun night out! Dress to impress and don't forget your mask!

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Konsplosion 2014

Konsplosion 2014

September, 12 2014

"A joining of Forces!" A one of a Kind Convention! Gaming, Guests, Panels, Vendors, Stage Shows and...

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Slpendor in the Grass

Slpendor in the Grass

September, 18 2014

This adaptation of the 1961 movie takes place in a small Midwestern town in the late 1920s. A young,...

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Nightfall with Edgar Allen Poe

Nightfall with Edgar Allen Poe

October, 02 2014

Four tales the author thought to be his best. Enter the mind of Poe, and check your heart at the door. (Off season show not part of season ticket)

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Massard Prairie Battlefield 150th Commemoration

Massard Prairie Battlefield 150th Commemoration

October, 04 2014

Come and watch the Civil War re-enactors as they portray the lives of the Cavalry Soldiers during the...

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Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

October, 11 2014

If you love treasure hunting, then you're going to love the Fort Smith Flea Market! Come shop and explore vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, books, magazines, coins and so much more in over 100 booths. Bring your friends and have some fun! Interested in being a vender? Booth space is $45! ADMISSION: Adults: $2.00, Children 6-12: $1, Children Under 6 Free - PARKING: Free

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A Talent for Murder

A Talent for Murder

November, 13 2014

A wealthy, older, female writer lives in a mansion with her physician, and a valuable art collection...

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Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

November, 15 2014

If you love treasure hunting, then you're going to love the Fort Smith Flea Market! Come shop and explore vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, books, magazines, coins and so much more in over 100 booths. Bring your friends and have some fun! Interested in being a vender? Booth space is $45! ADMISSION: Adults: $2.00, Children 6-12: $1, Children Under 6 Free - PARKING: Free

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Gift of the Magi

Gift of the Magi

December, 11 2014

A couple’s perfect gifts have unexpected costs in this romantic comedy narrated by carolers.

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Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

Fort Smith Vintage Flea Market

December, 13 2014

If you love treasure hunting, then you're going to love the Fort Smith Flea Market! Come shop and explore vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, books, magazines, coins and so much more in over 100 booths. Bring your friends and have some fun! Interested in being a vender? Booth space is $45! ADMISSION: Adults: $2.00, Children 6-12: $1, Children Under 6 Free - PARKING: Free

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