Festival celebrates sweet perfection BECCA MARTIN-BROWN email@example.com It all began in Clarksville in 1938, or so the story of the Johnson County Peach Festival goes. And according to…Read More »
Bill Bowden firstname.lastname@example.org From Dead Swanky to a house of prayer. That’s the metamorphosis the Rev. Lowell Grisham would like to see for a lot that St. Paul’s…Read More »
Three bands congenially converge for Wheels of Soul tour By Deb Harvell email@example.com One band started in 1969, one in 2004 and a third in 2010. One…Read More »
CREATOR OF ARTIFICIAL FRUIT — May 17, noon at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale. Toinette Madison will discuss Lizzie Rubart Gibson who “was drawn to Northwest Arkansas during the heyday of the region’s fruit industry in the early 1900s and lived for several years in the Boone County community of Batavia, where she created and sold artificial fruit until her death in 1927. For more information visit shilohmuseum.org or call 750-8165
EMMA AVENUE PHOTO EXHIBIT — Opens May 16, on display until Dec. 9 at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale. For more information visit shilohmuseum.org or call 750-8165
MILL STREET MARKET — May 14 on Mill Street in Springdale. Farm products, crafts, and baked goods, handmade products, pastries, and cookies, also treats for the family pet.