The 16th annual Flea Market will be held on April 13, 2019. You’ll find a wide array of crafts, antiques, plants, jewelry, candles, direct selling vendors, furniture, books and much more. Hours: 9am-4pm
Family Friendly Entertainment in the Ozarks
The Scottish Festival will be held on April 12-14, 2019. It’ll include parade, piping competitions, clans, dance, unique handmade crafts, delicious food, and much more. Hours: Fri 1pm-10pm, Sat 8am-10pm, Sun 8am-2pm
Annual Spring celebration featuring handmade crafts, parade, lots of “Folk, Mountain, and Bluegrass” music, and dancing on the Courthouse Square. A great family fun festival. Ozark Folk Center opens for the season. Free admission to the Craft Village during this weekend. Free shuttle from downtown to the Folk Center.
It’s hard to keep a secret in small town Arkansas and in 1964 word that the Beatles were landing at the airport in Walnut Ridge moved faster than an email. Teens flocked to the airport to get a glimpse of the Fab Four as they landed for a weekend stopover at a dude ranch in Missouri.
It’s celebrated with a music festival that draws thousands of visitors to the region to celebrate with food, fun and music, including the Liverpool Legends, a Beatles Cover band.
Time to visit since Admission is free, parking is free and the fun is priceless.
The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 75th White River Water Carnival on Saturday, September 8th, at Riverside Park in Batesville.
This a free event that features the largest car show in the region, Arkansas State BBQ Championship, vendors, kid zone, live music and water sports demonstrations on the White River.
The Phelps County Fair is four fun filled days for one low price. Price includes carnival rides, bull riding, demo derby, truck and tractor pull, ATV rodeo, pageants, livestock events, petting zoo, karaoke, talent contest, frozen t-shirt contest, kids games, musical entertainment, exhibits, vendors, 4-H, FFA, various foods, and so much more. The exhibit halls are full of agricultural products, baked and canned foods, handmade creations, flowers and 4-H and Scout projects.
The livestock barns are a popular attraction with beef and dairy cattle, swine, sheep, goats, poultry, and rabbits. The Phelps County Fair is a great place to meet new people and make new friends. There are many diverse cultural events at the fair. It doesn’t matter if you are a newborn or 100 years young, there is something for everyone. Rolla is located along old Route 66.
In addition to having possibly the most creative acronym of all time, AMMO provides an interactive history lesson for people of all ages. They’ve acquired over 5,000 pieces of military history. Their projects include attending aircraft shows, restoration of vintage military equipment and Museum School a program of true history and science for young students. Last year over 1500 students took part in this program. They invite you to experience all their Hands On museum has to offer!
Held on the third Saturday of October every year, this renaissance fair helps to raise funds for Infinity Academy, a school for children with learning abilities. You can have fun and help a great cause all at the same time!
Come celebrate the arrival of fall at Springfield’s Cider Days festival! Enjoy food, attractions, and live entertainment in September on Historic Walnut Street.
Free Admission. Come enjoy plants native to the Missouri region.