Luncheon showcasing a variety of caterers from the Delta. Start the month with family, friends and great food at the Fabulous First Thursday Lunch at the Pillow Thompson House.
Join the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas for "Hot Bugs, Cold Beer and Old Buildings" for this annual Heritage Month Event. Proceeds benefit HPAA, working to build stronger communities in Arkansas by reconnecting Arkansans to our heritage and empowering people to save and rehabilitate historic places.
Enjoy lectures, crafts music and food at this annual event.
A special exhibit in the museum features posters, canning jars, pictures, cookbooklets and more related to Arkansas's railroads.
During Arkansas Heritage Month, visitors to the museum will learn about cooking methods used throughout history. The Flavors of Arkansas exhibit also highlights regional cuisine and the food culture of the South.
A new exhibit debuts featuring the history or nut gathering in Gravette. Museum is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
"Yummy, Yummy!" exhibit depicts preparation of foods through Arkansas history. The library's cookbook collection is featured and supplemented with artifacts such as wooden bowls, electric mixers, butter churns, hand-painted dishes and eating utensils from the past.
Students will learn how to cook like a pioneer through Dutch oven demonstrations and open hearth cooking. Students will help prepare and get to sample the dishes they make. Program is designed for student groups, registration is required.
A free tour of the Columbus Owen O'Kelley House at 413 W. 5th Street in North Little Rock.
Along with a wonderful variety of healthy plants for sale, there will be a full schedule of speakers, demonstrations, workshops, vendor booths, door prizes, drawings, garden arts and crafts, and a Kid's Activity Corner for fun for all ages.
Nationally known and recognized as one of the top 100 craft fairs in the U.S. and it's the largest indoor craft fair in the state.
An old-time spring celebration featuring entertainment, arts and crafts, games, music, food and good fun.
Enjoy local and national entertainment, kid's entertainers, arts and crafts, and a 5K/10K race to the World Famous Toad Races! This free admission festival has awarded more than$1.3 million to education initiatives in Faulkner County.
A Civil War encampment in Pioneer Park features living historians demonstrating throughout the area. There are special displays and a scavenger hunt in museum. A meal of beans and ham, Johnnycakes and gingerbread will be served fireside, topped off with music from the Civil War era.
Enjoy and learn at a day of classes and demonstrations covering the topics of canning and preserving, butter and cheese making, growing vegetables, bread baking, beekeeping, dutch oven cooking, chicken coop construction and blacksmith forging.
This is a community event celebrating the agricultural heritage of Bryant. The Bryant senior adults will be serving beans and cornbread. The 4-H Club is offering exhibits and demonstrations showcasing local agricultural heritage.
Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission dedicates a new Civil War marker honoring the 150th anniversary of the Camden Expedition.
Lectures on topics including Saline County Library Resources, "So You Want to be a Cherokee," Arkansas history resources and immigration research. This is a great educational opportunity for beginners, intermediate and advanced family history researchers.
"Regional Foodways" is an exhibit exploring the changing tastes of Northwest Arkansas. This exhibit will accompany "What's Cookin'" guided tours of our 1895 Hawkins House.
Mt. Judea Heritage Day has something for everyone, including a Dutch Oven Cook off and a Horseshoe Tournament. Visitors will enjoy games for the kids, a craft fair and live music.
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