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Come Explore The Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights!

December 8, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights 2017Just last post we focused on Lights Of The Ozarks in Fayetteville – but that’s hardly the only amazing Christmas light display in Arkansas. In fact, Arkansas is home to so many stunning holiday light displays, there is an extensive state tour trail! This holiday season, come explore the festive Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights!

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Don’t Miss Fayetteville’s Lights Of The Ozarks 2017!

November 24, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Lights Of The Ozarks 2017The 23rd annual Lights Of The Ozarks sees more than 450,000 lights decorating Fayetteville, AR’s downtown square. It’s the twinkling winter wonderland event of the season! November 17th through December 31st, 2017.

Arkansas is full of great things to do during the end-of-the-year holidays. One of the brightest is Fayetteville’s annual Lights Of The Ozarks event. Lights Of The Ozarks transforms downtown Fayetteville into a stunning sea of twinkling lights and festive holiday fancy.

The lights are everywhere downtown: twined around light and sign poles, outlining buildings, adding color and fun to bushes, hedges, fences, and trees. Stands of lights make up familiar figures and objects like Santa, snowflakes, poinsettias, and even Razorbacks!

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Discover The Unique Stone Formations of Bull Shoals Caverns

October 27, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Bull Shoals Caverns, Bull Shoals, ARCome see the underground waterfall, lake, and fantastic rock formations of Bull Shoals Caverns! A 350 million year-old living cave in North Central Arkansas.

Bull Shoals Caverns were carved out of solid limestone by water in a lengthy process that is ongoing. The caverns are still being cut and shaped to this day, and will continue to be as long as there is water to flow and limestone to dissolve. That’s why it’s known as a “living” cave. Any cave that is still in the process of being formed is referred to as a “living” cave.

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Prospect For Real Treasure at Crater of Diamonds State Park

October 16, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Crater of Diamonds State ParkCrater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, AR is billed as “The World’s Only ‘Keep What You Find’ Diamond Site” – and that’s the truth. Where else can you pay a small fee to dig for diamonds you can keep?

You’re probably thinking to yourself that this has to be some kind of scam. That the park is either seeding the site with a few cheap diamonds for tourists to find – or that there’s nothing there at all. It’s sensible to be skeptical about these things – but, in this instance, you’d be wrong on both counts.

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Attend the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2017

September 8, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2017Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2017 promises a host of great films, world premieres, and special guests, like actor Kathleen Turner and legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog. Don’t miss North America’s oldest, non-fiction film festival – October 6th through the 15th, 2017.

Every year, the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival (HSDFF) brings the best new documentary shorts and feature films to audiences in Hot Springs, AR. Almost a thousand films are submitted from around the world, with only the best chosen via a rigorous jury process.

Best of all, festival winners qualify for an Academy Award in Documentary Short Subject. Consequently, some of the year’s biggest and most exciting documentary films are shown or even premiered right here, every year.

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Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge Is For The Birds

August 21, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge Come visit one of Arkansas’ best birding spots. Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge in White County, Arkansas, encompasses almost 15,000 acres of diverse habitat for wintering waterfowl. The acreage includes croplands, bottomland hardwoods, cypress/tupelo brakes, and other natural wetlands. This expansive refuge provides a diverse array of habitats along the Little Red River.

Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge protects and provides feeding and resting areas for migrating waterfowl. The refuge was a rice farm before the government purchased it in 1993 as part of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan.

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Eureka Springs’ 32nd Annual Jazz Eureka Festival

August 7, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Jazz Eureka Festival 2017The sounds of great jazz will once again fill Basin Spring Park and venues around Eureka Springs, AR during the 32nd annual Jazz Eureka Festival weekend! September 14th through the 16th, 2017.

Jazz Eureka Festival 2017 is a weekend of free and ticketed, live jazz music played in Basin Spring Park and other venues across Eureka Springs. National and regional performers fill the weekend with great sounds, jam sessions, and seminars for the discerning musician and adoring fan alike.

This year’s festival is set to feature performances by the Block Street Hot Club, Fourscore, Charged Particles featuring Paul McCandless, the Richard Bruton Quartet, and Veronica Swift.

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Discover Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

February 28, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Crystal Bridges Museum American Art

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, which opened its doors in 2011, is 50,000 square feet of gallery space and an art collection worth hundreds of millions of dollars located amidst the Arkansas’ Ozarks.

When you first hear about Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, you might be tempted to give your head a shake: what’s a huge, modern art museum like this doing all by its lonesome out in the middle of the Ozarks? The answer is pretty simple: have you ever heard of Walmart?

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