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Jasper, 20th Annual Buffalo River Elk Festival (6/23 - 6/24): Join us in the "Elk Capital of Arkansas" for a fun-filled weekend featuring artists, craftsmen, elk permit drawings, fishing derby, lots of kids' activities, and a brilliant fireworks display on Satur

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Fort Smith, Fort Smith Riverfront Blues Festival (6/23 - 6/24): Experience one of the longest-running blues festivals in the nation, alongside the mighty Arkansas River.

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Clinton, Archey Fork Festival (6/22 - 6/24): Archey Fest is fun for all. Thursday and Friday include a carnival.

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Mountain Home, 18th Annual Red, White, & Blue Festival (6/23 - 6/25): The Red White & Blue Festival is a family-friendly, community festival set in the Ozark Mountains.

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Malvern, 37th Annual Brickfest (6/23 - 6/24): Live entertainment, bull bash, 5K run, car, truck and motorcycle show, Miss Brickfest pageant, baby contest, arts & crafts, games, rib cook-off and fabulous food vendors.

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Siloam Springs, Walls Talk: Historic Home Tour Benefiting the Siloam Springs Museum (6/22): Support the Siloam Springs Museum and join us for a home tour of Gloria McEnroe's house, known as the Maxwell-Sweet House on the National Register of Historic Places, plus dessert and hors d’oeuvres,

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Marshall, Wheels for Meals (6/24): 1st annual Motor Cycle and trike poker run to support the Meals on Wheels Program and the Searcy County Senior Activity and Wellness Center. BBQ Plate dinner and live music.

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Alexander, 20th Annual Lake Norrell 4th Of July Fireworks Show (7/1): The Lake Norrell Area Association sponsors a 4th of July fireworks show free to the public.

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Amity, Amity Trade Days (7/6 - 7/9): Amity Trade Days is an outdoor market with room for 650 vendors under covered spaces and another 850 outdoor spots. Shop rain or shine under huge open air buildings.

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Beebe, Beebes Annual 4th Of July Extravaganza (7/4): Includes food, drinks, ice cream, popcorn and more! Three giant water slides provide fun for all ages. Entertainment is provided by DJ Brock Entertainment and The Brandon Cunning Band.

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Bentonville, Be Love Yoga Studio Grand Opening! (7/1): Join us for the grand opening of Be Love Yoga Studio Bentonville. We will have free classes in the morning followed by a community potluck and acro yoga jam.

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Bentonville, Chihuly Saturday Nights » Handmade Moments (7/1): Spend your Saturday summer evenings outdoors enjoying our music series, Chihuly Saturday Nights!

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Berryville, Relay for Life of Carroll County (6/24): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Bismarck, 4th Of July Island Festival (7/4): Bring the whole family to the park and make great memories this 4th of July. Park interpreters will have a host of games and activities to help you enjoy your time at DeGray.

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Bull Shoals, Independence Day Celebration (7/4): Enjoy all-American fun for the entire family! Activities are scheduled at the James A. Gaston Visitor Center.

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Cabot, Meet & Greet with Power Rangers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Min (7/1): Meet & Greet and take pictures with the POWER RANGERS, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, and the MINIONS in the lobby of the Cabot Silver Screen 8 Cinema!

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Camden, 18th Annual Star Spangled Spectacular (7/4): Skydivers, inflatables, rock climbing wall, live music, and one of South Arkansas' largest professional fireworks displays. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a great evening.

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Clinton, Annual Archey Fork Car Show (6/24): The Annual Archey Fork Car Show will be our 17th Show. We have plenty of great food, cold drinks, and classic vehicles. We give every paid registrant a free T-Shirt.

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Clinton, Archey Fork Festival (6/22 - 6/24): Archey Fest is fun for all. Thursday and Friday include a carnival.

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Colt, Colt Smoke & Fire (7/4): Join the fun at our annual fundraiser. Firefighters sell their famous smoked ribs and much more. Entertainment and games for kids of all ages with food and refreshments.

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Conway, Julius Caesar (6/23): Lend us your ears for Shakespeare's famous retelling of the fall of the great Roman leader Julius Caesar.

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Conway, The Nightliners at Taylors Made (6/23): Come out and enjoy some tunes on the patio. Taylor's Made has GREAT food. This is the one to see.

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Des Arc, Net Bag Workshop (7/8): Fishing was a way of life for people along the lower White River, and making nets was a valuable skill. Learn the ropes of tying knots using a net needle and block as you make a net bag.

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Dierks, Diamond City Annual Fireworks Display (7/3): Fireworks over Bull Shoals Lake. Bring the family and view the show from land or bring your own boat. Donations are accepted by Chamber members upon entering the park the day of the event.

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Emerson, 28th Annual PurpleHull Pea Festival & World Championship Rotary Tiller Race (6/24): Celebrating a local backyard delicacy, the purplehull pea, and hosting the world's fastest garden tillers.

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Eureka Springs, 4th Of July Birthday Stroll (7/1 - 7/2): The event will focus on the “upper loop” of Eureka Springs. Learn the history of residents who resided in this fascinating area of Eureka Springs.

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Eureka Springs, Mozart’s The Marriage Of Figaro (6/28): Opera in the Ozarks, the nationally acclaimed summer music festival and training program.

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Eureka Springs, Opera In The Ozarks - Bizet’s Carmen (6/27): Opera in the Ozarks, the nationally acclaimed summer music festival and training program.

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Fairfield Bay, 4th Of July Festival At The Bay (7/3 - 7/4): Festival starts with a traditional parade showcasing floats from Fairfield Bay and neighboring towns. The weekend concludes with a spectacular fireworks display at the Fairfield Bay Marina.

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Fayetteville, Family Paint Night (6/30): Great fun for beginner and seasoned artists! This is a one-of-a kind-adventure in art where no one leaves with the same painting. Includes music, light food, and drinks.

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Fayetteville, Motown the Musical (6/27 - 7/2): Motown the Musical tells the true story behind the beat that changed minds, touched lives and made history.

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Fayetteville, PJOM #15 Featuring Ms. Soulflower Riddles (6/23): Michael Day wiill be hosting on Friday June 23 and our Featured Poet is Souletry Riddles from LIttle Rock Arkansas

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Fort Smith, 4th of July Crafts for Children (7/4): Bring the children to the Fort Smith Museum of History for Fourth of July Craft Making. Tuesday, July 4, 2017, 1:00– 3:00 pm, children and their parents will make a patriotic craft and enjoy refreshme

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Fort Smith, Fort Smith Riverfront Blues Festival (6/23 - 6/24): Experience one of the longest-running blues festivals in the nation, alongside the mighty Arkansas River.

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Fort Smith, Gloria Garfinkel: Vibrancy Of Form (6/28): Deeply influenced by Japanese objects, Garfinkel’s work reflects “kando” which stresses the simplicity, elimination of clutter, and a sense of essentialness.

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Fort Smith, Student Exhibition and Workshop (6/6 - 8/26): The Fort Smith Museum of History and the United States Marshals Museum are partnering to offer a summer program for Fort Smith junior and senior high school students. The students will meet weekly, c

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Fort Smith, True Grit Ride 2017 (6/24): The ride benefits the Community Services Clearinghouse, a well-established, non-profit organization that provides emergency assistance to families and children in need throughout seven counties in Ark

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Garfield, 16th Annual Ventris Trails End Resorts Fireworks Display (7/1): We welcome you to the 16th Annual Ventris Trail's End Resort's Fireworks Display in honor of our nation's independence.

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Greenbrier, Girls Adventure Day Camp (7/11 - 7/13): This camp will introduce girls ages 7 -11 to the wonders of the natural world. Through a variety of experiences including hiking, camping skills, kayaking, crafting, nature programming, and more.

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Greenwood, 11th Annual Freedom Fest (7/4): A full day of entertainment for the family with food, crafts, free games for kids, and live music followed by one of the largest fireworks displays in the area.

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Greenwood, Greenwood Freedom Fest 2017 (7/4): An all day event with food, games for kids and live entertainment all day, with featured entertainer Rhonda Vincent.

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Hardy, Thunder On Thunderbird (7/4): Patriotic boat parade around Lake Thunderbird. Trophies to top 3 boats.

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Harrisburg, Survival Skills Day Camp (7/11 - 7/13): This summer camp is for kids ages 7-13 to show nature survivor skills in the wild through hands-on activities.

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Harrison, AHTD Wildflower Programs and Ozark Roadside Wildflowers (6/27): Kayti Ewing will be coming to the Boone County Library to present on wildflowers. She will be presenting on the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department's Wildflowers Programs.

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Hector, HectorFest-Dogg Daze Festival (7/1): A fundraiser for Hector Scholarship Foundation. Bring the family to enjoy music, food and craft vendors, and a fireworks show. A beauty pageant is held the weekend before the festival.

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Higden, Red, White, & Bluegrass Car & Bike Show (7/1): Red, white, & Bluegrass Car and bike show. African mission trip fundraiser Saturday July 1, 2017 9am - 2pm. Registration 9am - 11am. $25 per vehicle.

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Horseshoe Bend, 4th Independence Day Parade And Celebration (7/4): Featuring Horseshoe Bend Boating and Fishing Club's flotilla on Crown Lake at 5 p.m. At dusk enjoy fireworks over Turkey Mountain Golf Course. Free parking, donations appreciated.

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Hot Springs, 2nd Annual Tesla Fest (7/8): Celebrate Nikola Tesla's birthday with special Tesla Theater Shows presented by our very own Nikola Tesla.

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Hot Springs, Arkansas Waiver Association 2017 Conference (7/12 - 7/14): We're an association of advocates, persons with developmental disabilities, their families and the professionals who work in the field.

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Hot Springs, Hickory Hill Park Gospel Music (6/24): Concert featuring down-home southern gospel music, bluegrass gospel, and plenty of old time country gospel in an outdoor amphitheater nestled in the heart of the Ouachita Mountains.

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Hot Springs, Movies at the Market - Rogue One (6/29): Join us every Thursday evening at sundown during the month of June for Movies at the Market.

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Hot Springs, Spa Blast At Oaklawn (7/3): The family-friendly event concludes with a fireworks show that follows a free concert, a petting zoo, gigantic Kids Zone, and Middleton Misting Tent.

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Hot Springs, The 39 Steps (6/17 - 7/22): A young and very BORED ,Canadian in late 1930's London finds himself in a hilariously funny PICKLE, when he is chased by FOREIGN SPIES and SCOTLAND YARD.

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Jacksonville, Big Bang On The Range (7/4): Gates open at 6 p.m. Fireworks show at 9:30 p.m. Bring lawn chairs and blankets for lawn seating. Inflatables for the kids. Concessions available.

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Jasper, 20th Annual Buffalo River Elk Festival (6/23 - 6/24): Join us in the "Elk Capital of Arkansas" for a fun-filled weekend featuring artists, craftsmen, elk permit drawings, fishing derby, lots of kids' activities, and a brilliant fireworks display on Satur

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Jessieville, Ron Coleman Mining Crystal Digging Lecture Tour (7/1): Come to the Ron Coleman Mine to learn how to dig for crystals, what to look for, and how to clean the crystals you find. Meet at the Gift Shop. Recommended to arrive 30 minutes prior to event.

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Jonesboro, 5th Annual TinkerFest (6/24): TinkerFest, part of the nationwide "Maker Movement," is an engaging event where visitors learn how everyday things work and explore the engineering and science underlying the inventive process.

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Jonesboro, Guys And Dolls (6/25): In New York, a gambler is challenged to take a cold female missionary to Havana, but they fall for each other.

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Jonesboro, Super Science Guy! (6/28): Join The Mall at Turtle Creek and the Craighead County Public Library for their annual Summer Event Series!

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Little Rock, 34th Annual Pops On The River (7/4): In it’s 34th year, Pops on the River is a free community event and the largest Fourth of July event in the state with more than 30,000 attendees.

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Little Rock, Annie (7/1 - 7/16): “Leapin’ Lizards!” the irrepressible comic strip heroine “Little Orphan Annie” takes center stage in one of the world’s best-loved musicals.

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Little Rock, Coffee With An Expert Speaker Series (6/27): Keep Arkansas Beautiful Volunteer Program Manager Liz Philpott, CVM, will be June's Coffee With An Expert.

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Little Rock, ECO Camp 2017 (6/25 - 6/30): ECO Camp gives children a summer camp experience in which to learn about the environment, with green themed activities, sustainable practices, and traditional camp fun.

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Little Rock, Fireworks Frenzy (7/4): Enjoy seated views of downtown Little Rock's fireworks show in the Grand Ballroom Terrace of The Little Rock Marriott.

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Little Rock, Godspell (5/31 - 6/25): Prepare ye the way for this irresistible, groundbreaking rock musical that blends the Gospel According to St. Matthew with an unbridled sense of joyous play.

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Little Rock, Grey Gardens: The Musical (6/10 - 6/26): Nominated for ten Tony Awards in 2007, winning three, Grey Gardens is a musical about the lives of Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale and her daughter Edith Bouvier Beale.

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Little Rock, Lunch & Learn: How to Boost Your Sales Using Social Media (6/22): If you are a start-up or an established company, you are probably seeing competitors snag customers that should be yours!

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Little Rock, Motown: The Musical (6/21 - 6/25): It began as one man’s story, became everyone’s music, and is now Broadway’s musical.

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Little Rock, Movies In The Park (6/28): Each Wednesday in June and July at sundown, families and friends can venture to the River Market for movies from action to comedy to animated.

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Little Rock, Music & Medicine (6/29): Please come and join us on June 29th at South on Main. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Little Rock, Not Forgotten: An Arkansas Family Album (6/6 - 9/2): In 2014, Nina Robinson’s grandmother and family matriarch fell ill. Compelled to visit her in Arkansas, Nina traveled from New York to document her passing and her family’s grieving process.

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Little Rock, Owl Prowl (7/1): Join a park interpreter on a guided hike along the Arkansas Arboretum Trail in search of the elusive nocturnal hunters. Advance payment and registration required.

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Little Rock, Sandwiching In History: Albert Pike Hotel (7/7): The hotel was built in 1929 by the Farrell Hotel Company at an approximate cost of $1,000,000. It was designed by architect Eugene John Stern in the Italian-Spanish Revival style.

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Little Rock, Science After Dark: Pyro Science (6/29): Because, science is fun … at any age! We invite you to discover the science of having fun on Thursday, June 29th at Museum of Discovery.

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Little Rock, Simmons Bank Big Bass Bonanza Of Arkansas (6/23 - 6/25): The Simmons Bank Big Bass Bonanza is the state’s largest amateur fishing tournament that spans about 300 miles of the Arkansas River.

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Little Rock, SoMa Community Beauty, Health and Wellness Day (7/8): Get out of the heat, lavish your Body, Skin, Mind and Soul.

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Little Rock, Southern Crossroads (6/6 - 7/8): A joyous, funny, and touching show set in the midst of the Great Depression, Southern Crossroads follows a traveling family of singers, who despite persevere to bring entertainment to the locals.

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Little Rock, Super Summer Saturdays (6/17 - 7/29): Starting on June 17, Super Summer Saturdays are back by popular demand throughout the summer where Clinton Center will offer free, fun-filled, and educational activities.

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Little Rock, Take Your Purse With You: The Reimagined Work of Katherine Strause (5/9 - 8/27): ESSE Purse Museum is pleased to feature a beautiful new temporary exhibit by Little Rock artist Katherine Strause which will run from May 9th through August 27, 2017.

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Little Rock, Womens Luncheon featuring Wanda Hoover (6/29): Join us for out next luncheon in our Women's Speaker Series featuring Wanda Hoover, Assistant Dean for External Relations for the UALR Willam H. Bowen School of Law.

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Little Rock, Work, Fight, Give: American Relief Posters of World War II (6/6 - 8/13): "Work, Fight, Give: American Relief Posters of World War II" ia a traveling exhibit from Exhibits USA program of the Mid-America Arts Alliance in Kansas City, MO,

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Malvern, 37th Annual Brickfest (6/23 - 6/24): Live entertainment, bull bash, 5K run, car, truck and motorcycle show, Miss Brickfest pageant, baby contest, arts & crafts, games, rib cook-off and fabulous food vendors.

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Malvern, Brickfest 5K (6/24): The Brickfest 5K is part of the annual Malvern Brickfest festivities. This is a 5K route that partially follows the beautiful Ouchita River. All proceeds from the race go towards raising money for c

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Mammoth Spring, Picnic In The Park (7/8): Mammoth Spring State Park is a place to have fun and be healthy. Bring your own picnic and spend some time hiking, kayaking, pedal boating, geocaching, or pick another favorite outdoor activity.

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Marshall, Wheels for Meals (6/24): 1st annual Motor Cycle and trike poker run to support the Meals on Wheels Program and the Searcy County Senior Activity and Wellness Center. BBQ Plate dinner and live music.

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Maumelle, MACC 4th Annual Cardboard Boat Race (7/4): Join families, friends and businesses as they race cardboard boats across Lake Willastein. Attend Maumelle's 4th Fest celebrations going on before and after the race.

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Mena, 4th Of July Weekend In The Park (7/1): Join us for our annual 4th of July activities in the park, where we’ll have refreshing watermelon and homemade ice cream on this hot summer day.

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Mena, Photography Show (7/1): The 15th Annual Photography Show is one of the gallery's largest shows offering cash awards.

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Morrilton, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatres performance of The Taming of the Shrew (6/24): We are happy to welcome back the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre for another family-friendly summer performance this year with their production of Taming of the Shrew on Saturday, June 24.

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Morrilton, Fabulous 4th (7/4): Celebrate with an evening of food, music, and kid-friendly activities. Fun event for the family. A fabulous fireworks show begins around 8:30 p.m.

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Morrilton, July 4th Fun And Games Day (7/4): Join the park staff for an “old fashioned” celebration of our nation’s birthday! Fun, family-oriented games, contests, and other activities are offered. Contact the park for a schedule.

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Morrilton, Made From Scratch - Knife Skills (6/27): These demonstration-only classes allow participants a chance to witness and soak in the best culinary practices and techniques required to truly put a delicious dish or dessert together from pure, sim

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Mount Ida, Fourth Of July Fireworks Display (7/4): Celebrate our nation's birthday at what we believe to be the largest and most spectacular fireworks display on Lake Ouachita. Come by land or by lake.

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Mount Ida, Patriotic Four Wheeler Parade And Flag Ceremony (7/4): Wear your finest red, white, and blue...and tour the resort with parade participants among the ATVs and floats. All are welcome!

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Mountain Home, 18th Annual Red, White, & Blue Festival (6/23 - 6/25): The Red White & Blue Festival is a family-friendly, community festival set in the Ozark Mountains.

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Mountain Home, 32nd Annual Lake Norfork Independence Eve Fireworks Show (7/3): This is our 32nd year of friends and families celebrating 4th of July Holiday at Lake Norfork with our Independence Eve Fireworks Show.

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Mountain Home, The Future of our Past- the Jacob Wolf House Historic Site (6/27): Marlon Mowdy is the Department of Arkansas Heritage’s new Historic Site Manager at the Jacob Wolf House Historic Site in Norfork. He began his new position on January 29th of this year.

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Mountain View, Arkansas Craft Gallery Featured Artist Diana Taylor (7/1): The Arkansas Craft Gallery features fiber artist, Diana Taylor. Come by and see Diana's work and talk to her about how she creates her unique pieces of fabric jewelry.

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Mountain View, Arkansas Craft Gallery Featured Artist Loretta Babak, Painter (7/3): Loretta Babak is a painter who draws much of her inspiration for her work from the beautiful natural surroundings of the Ozarks. Come by and visit with Loretta and see her work.

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Mountain View, Independence Day Celebration (7/1 - 7/4): Old time gathering with music, watermelon, parade, and fireworks.

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Mountain View, Sunday Court Square Music Concert Series (7/2): The concerts are held on the Court Square in Mountain View, Arkansas the first Sunday of every month-Many through October.

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Mountainburg, Fireworks Boat Tour (7/4): Join us as we cruise to the end of Lake Fort Smith and watch the Mountainburg fireworks display from aboard our tour boat.

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Mulberry, Celebrate Mulberry (6/24): Enjoy music and entertainment prior to a fireworks show at dark.

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North Little Rock, 41st Annual Sizzle N Sweat (7/8): Brewery collectibles show, includes buying, selling, trading of all brewery collectibles with large raffle. Food and beverages available. If you collect brewery items, this is the show for you!

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North Little Rock, Real Food 101 (6/22): Come join us for an evening of real food nutrition + tasty Crave food!

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Pangburn, 41st Annual Pangburn 4th Of July Celebration (7/4): Our 4th of July celebration starts out with an outhouse race, followed by a parade. Then head over to the Pangburn City park for free entertainment and vendors.

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Paris, Fireworks over Paris (Fireworks for Food) (7/1): Free fireworks display presented by the Paris Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Parkin, Craft Day For Kids (7/4): Catch a glimpse of what life was like throughout history in Parkin by creating fun crafts.

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Pine Bluff, 2nd Saturday Family Fun Day (7/8): Hands-on arts and science activities every second Saturday.

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Pine Bluff, 4th Of July Celebration (7/4): The Pine Bluff Festival Association and the Pine Bluff Parks & Recreation Department have once again teamed up to host the annual 4th of July Celebration.

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Pine Bluff, Platinum Hitz Band (7/7): Live @5 features live music the first Friday of each month! The month of July features the Platinum Hitz Band. The event is for guests 21 or older.

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Pocahontas, Steel Magnolias (7/7 - 8/5): The action is set in Truvy's beauty salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana, where all the ladies who are "anybody" come to have their hair done.

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Russellville, Arkansas River Clean-Up (7/8): Lake Dardanelle State Park is providing an opportunity on National River Cleanup Day for people to come together to make a big impact. Volunteers are needed for our Annual Arkansas River Cleanup.

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Salem, Fireworks In The Park (7/4): Featuring games, food vendors, and music prior to a gigantic fireworks display over the lake at Salem City Park.

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Scott, Agri-Adventure Day Camp (6/28 - 6/30): This three-day adventure camp for children ages 8-12, will have them leap into a whole other world of exciting life on the Delta.

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Scott, Third Annual Homegoods Day (7/8): The Plantation Agriculture Museum will host the Third Annual Homegoods Day on Saturday, July 8th from 10-2 pm.

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Searcy, Father Of The Bride (6/29 - 7/2): With his oldest daughter's wedding approaching, a father finds himself reluctant to let go, the Father of the Bride is a play you won't want to miss.

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Searcy, Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre — Father Of The Bride (7/6 - 7/8): The 35th season of Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre is taking on Marital Messes. You're gonna laugh, you're gonna cry, you're gonna wince, you're gonna sigh - don't miss it!

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Siloam Springs, Kids Day At The Farmers Market (7/8): Join us for free activities for the kids like a bounce castle, craft with the Benton County Master Gardeners, and an interactive historic activity with the Siloam Springs Museum.

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Siloam Springs, Walls Talk: Historic Home Tour Benefiting the Siloam Springs Museum (6/22): Support the Siloam Springs Museum and join us for a home tour of Gloria McEnroe's house, known as the Maxwell-Sweet House on the National Register of Historic Places, plus dessert and hors d’oeuvres,

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Smackover, Box City (6/29): Become a civil engineer and build and a city with others in attendance. First design your own structure using cardboard boxes, then layout a city, including roads, parks...

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Springdale, History Camp (6/19 - 6/23): History Camp 2017 will explore where science and history meet through hands-on activities and crafts. Campers will dive into topics like water, trees, photography, and inventions, and discover how the

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Springdale, Urban Goat-Tending Workshop (7/1): Session one focuses on the basics of small-scale goat raising, including breeds, anatomy, goat psychology, diet, fencing, housing, and city ordinances.

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Van Buren, Book Signing-Anita Paddock (6/29): Closing Time: A True Story of Robbery and Double Murder The Staton Slaughter is one of the saddest true-crime events of the 1980s, told by the best-selling author of Blind Rage

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Ward, 19th Annual City Of Ward 4th Of July Picnic & Fireworks Show (7/4): The 19th annual celebration includes free hot dogs, hamburgers, live music, a tractor pull, car and bike show and, the spectacular fire works display.

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Washington, The Reading And Signing Of The Declaration Of Independence (7/1): Hear the Declaration of Independence read as was commonly done in the 19th century at the 1874 Courthouse Visitor Center.

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West Fork, CCC Reunion Day (7/2): We will have family-oriented CCC activities scheduled throughout the day as we step back in time to the 1930s.

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Wickes, Picnic In The Park (7/8): It’s summertime and the great outdoors beckons. That’s why it makes sense to take every opportunity to relax and entertain outside.

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Wynne, Wonders Of Water Day Camp (7/10 - 7/12): Campers will have the chance to experience stream testing, find macroinvertebrates, try kayaks, and many other experiences designed to get your child outside to discover the wonders of water.

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