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Here are some ideas to help you map out your fall weekend in Arkansas. From zombies to cornbread to contemporary dance to athletic events, Arkansas has a wide array of things to put on your must-do list.
Zombies were first spotted near Conway, Arkansas in late 2013 and thanks to a lot of brave men, women and children armed with paintballs, they were eradicated by mid-November. At least that’s what we thought.
The Zombie Hunt is kid-friendly (except for the Sturgis Mansion), so it is fun for the whole family.
Paintball Arkansas’s Zombie Hunt continues through November 7th! Paintball Arkansas is open year-round and aims to help beginners experience the fun of paintball. You can find out more about Paintball Arkansas on their website, and you can follow them on Facebook. Paintball Arkansas is located at 558 Sturgis Road in Conway. Read more here on OnlyinArk.
A richly-layered performance of contemporary dance that explores how challenges can be overcome by courage, and expresses the conflicting emotions of sorrow and joy, confinement and liberation, that were experienced by the interned Japanese-American citizens during World War II.
Read more about the performance; its dates and the history here on OnlyinArk.
Cornbread is a traditional Southern staple. But the festival celebrating its many variations only got off the ground in 2011. On Saturday, November 7th, the 5th annual Arkansas Cornbread Festival will be held in Little Rock’s SoMa District between 13th and 16th Streets on South Main Street.
Read more here on OnlyInArk.com.
The Civil War was one of the most trying times in our nation’s history. During Civil War Weekend, visitors will walk the streets of a town touched by the hand of war. We will interpret the many conflicts of the area when Washington was Arkansas’s Confederate Capitol. Reenactors from across the region will present living history demonstrations, including combat scenarios, throughout the weekend. Guided tours of the many historic homes and buildings of the town will be available, as well as surrey rides. Contact the park for a detailed program schedule.
Saturday, November 07, 2015 – Sunday, November 08, 2015
Historic Washington State Park
Admission: $10 adults, $5 children
Amity Trade Days is an outdoor market with room for 650 vendors under covered spaces and another 850 outdoor vendor spots. We have 20 acres for parking. Amity Trade Days is held the weekend before the second Monday of each month. Come and enjoy the many fun things that the area has to offer.
Thursday, November 05, 2015 – Sunday, November 08, 2015
843 S. Mountain Rd.
Amity, AR 71921
Friends and family stopping by, the holiday tree and blackberry jam cake are just a few things that say it’s the holidays! Visit the popular Gingerbread House for the perfect holiday card photo op. Tour Allen’s home and enjoy a seasonal lunch selected from his best-selling recipe book. Space is limited, call to make your reservation.
Every Thursday and Friday throughout November and December. Begins Thursday, November 5, 2015
Moss Mountain Farm
23800 Ross Hollow Rd
Roland, AR 72136
The Junior League of Northwest Arkansas is preparing for their fourth annual Moonlight Masquerade. An evening filled with food, dancing and fun, the gala serves as another avenue Junior League uses to raise awareness about domestic violence here in Northwest Arkansas. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and league members have been bringing domestic violence issues to the forefront with the Little Black Dress Campaign and their inaugural Purple for a Purpose 5k run.
The half marathon features two loops on the trail and the Companion Races, 5K and fun run/walk include an out-and-back course on the trail. The Lake Fayetteville Trail offers participants a more confined course and consistent running surface. Family and friends will have ample viewing locations.
Sunday, November 08, 2015
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