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ARKANSAS
ANNUAL CELEBRATIONS OF HISTORIC EVENTS
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JANUARY

MILLER COUNTY

Texarkana
African-American Voice
Finest African-American performing artists in 4 state region.
Since 2001

www.trahc.org

FEBRUARY

GARLAND COUNTY

Hot Springs
Annual Daffodil Day
Over 150,000 daffodils and 327 varieties
on 210 acres botanical garden
on the shore of Lake Hamilton.
Since 2002

(501) 262-9300

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

Plant City
Strawberry Festival
Three quarters of the nations winter strawberries
come from the more
than 5000 acres in this area.
Entertainment, arts, crafts, horticulture,
livestock plus everything strawberry.
Since 1930’s

(813) 722 – 9194

MARCH

QUACHITA COUNTY

Camden
Poison Spring Battleground
Reenactment

(870) 836 - 6421


APRIL

CALHOUN COUNTY

Hampton
Hogskin Holiday Festival
Festival in honor of the county's legendary name

(870) 798 – 2100

COLLIER COUNTY

Naples
World Famous Swamp Buggy Races
Since 1949

(800) 897 - 2701

MAY

CARROLL COUNTY

Eureka Springs
The Great Passion Play
Greatest story ever told – Christ’s last days.

(800) 882 – 7529

PULASKI COUNTY

Jacksonville  
Our Heritage
Defending Democracy on the WWII Homefront  

(501) 241-1943

JUNE

BRADLEY COUNTY

Warren
Week long Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival
Pink tomato official Arkansas fruit and vegetable
Family activities.

(870) 226 -5225

CARROLL COUNTY

Eureka Springs
The Great Passion Play
Greatest story ever told – Christ’s last days.

(800) 882 – 7529


WASHINGTON COUNTY

Summers
Annual Southern Memorial Day
Honoring the Confederate soldiers
who rest in the historic Confederate cemetery.
Since 1872

(479) 834 – 3910

JULY

CARROLL COUNTY

Eureka Springs
The Great Passion Play
Greatest story ever told – Christ’s last days.

(800) 882 – 7529


GRANT COUNTY

Sheridan
Walk Through History Tour of Downtown Sheridan
(501) 324 – 9880

PULASKI COUNTY

Little
Rock
Frontier Fourth of July.

www.historicarkansasheritage.org
 

AUGUST

CARROLL COUNTY

Eureka Springs
The Great Passion Play
Greatest story ever told – Christ’s last days.

(800) 882 - 7529

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Fayetteville
Annual Ice Cream Social
Tour gardens and house built in 1853; part in Civil War history.
(479) 521 – 2970

YELL COUNTY

Dardanelle
Mount Nebo State Park
Affair at Boggs Mill Civil War Re-enactment
Re-enactment of the skirmish at Boggs Mill in January 1865

(479) 967 - 1328

YELL COUNTY

Dardanelle
Mount Nebo State Park
Annual Civil War Days
Civil War encampment, drills, marches, living history demonstrations

(479) 229 - 3650


SEPTEMBER

BRADLEY COUNTY

Warren
Bradley County Hunter’s Festival
Family fun

(870) 226 – 5225

CARROL COUNTY

Eureka Springs
The Great Passion Play
Greatest story ever told – Christ’s last days.

(800) 882 – 7529

LOGAN COUNTY

Mount Magazine State Park
Historic Hunter’s Encampment
Learn the skills on how people survived in the wild, untamed,
and unexplored country in the 1820’s. 
Venture back on what it was like on
the historic wagon trail.

(479) 963- 8502

OCTOBER

BRADLEY COUNTY

Little Sugar Creek
Battle of Pea Ridge Reenactment.
The battle that saved Missouri for the Union.

Yes, the battle was fought in Arkansas.

www.peelmansion.org/Civilwarreenactment/

CARROLL COUNTY

Eureka Springs
The Great Passion Play

Greatest story ever told – Christ’s last days.

(800) 882 – 7529

FAULKNER COUNTY

Conway
Spirits of  Cardon
Travel by lantern to light the past.
Living history ghost town
Since 2005

(501) 329 - 5918

GARLAND COUNTY

Hot Springs
Arts and Crafts Fair
One of the oldest and largest in the state
Since 1968
www.ArtsandCraftsFair.
com

GRANT COUNTY

Sheridan
Annual Timberfest
Lumberjack, horseshoes, pet show, and more
Since 1983

(870) 942-3021

LOGAN COUNTY

Paris
Mount Magazine
Frontier Days Celebration

Enjoy activities, parade, log sawing
and nail driving contest among other events

(479) 963 - 2244

RANDOLPH COUNTY

Pocahontas
Annual Good
Earth Association Harvest Time
Enjoy corn grinding, soap and molasses making and much more.
Started 1989

(870) 892 - 9515

SEBASTIAN COUNTY

Fort Smith
Civil War Living History Reenactments
(479) 783-3961

UNION COUNTY

Junction City
Civil War Weekend
Reenactment of a trial of a Yankee soldier.

(870) 924 - 5430

NOVEMBER

ARKANSAS COUNTY

Stuttgart
World’s Championship Duck Calling Contest
and Wings Over the Prairie Festival
Lots of old fashioned fun.
Since 1936

(870) 673 – 1602

CARROLL COUNTY

Eureka Springs
Annual Ozark Folk Festival
(888) 855 - 7823

CLARK COUNTY

Arkadelphia
Civil War Weekend
Living history demonstrations

www.WashingtonStatePark.com


CONWAY COUNTY

Morrilton
Petit Jean State Park
Petit Jean Mountain Rendezvous
Learn the skill of the mountain men and the Native Americans.

(501) 727 – 5441

STONE COUNTY

Blanchard Springs Caverns
Listen to musicians perform favorite Christmas songs
and enjoy the music as it resounds through the cavern.

(870) 269 - 9068

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Washington
Civil War Weekend
There are living history demonstrations here in the
town that was the Confederate Capital of Arkansas
and that was touched by the Civil War.

(870) 983 - 2684

DECEMBER

BRADLEY COUNTY

Warren
Christmas Festivities
Tour of homes,
Santa Train, Parade,  
Christmas celebration
.
(870) 226 – 5225

MISSISSIPPI COUNTY

Blytheville
Lights of the Delta
Over 6 million lights decorate the historic downtown. 
Plus the Parade of Trees
(501) 321 - 3506

PULASKI  COUNTY

Little Rock
Annual Christmas Frolic and
Open House with Living History.

www.HistoricArkansas.org

STONE COUNTY

Blanchard Springs Caverns
Listen to musicians perform favorite Christmas songs
and enjoy the music as it resounds through the cavern.

(807) 269 - 9068

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are subject to change.
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