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Blizzards be gone; spring is in the air. The flowers are starting to show their beautiful faces, the sun is out to warm our tired spirits and the road to normalcy seems closer than it has in a year. And just as exciting as this change in season is for our skin tones and perennials, so too is it for our calendars. 
So, we thought we’d make things easier for everyone by putting all the upcoming events we know about here, in AY’s Spring Event Calendar. Whether it’s virtual or in-person, outside or inside, we’ll put it all right here — all spring. We hope it helps bring you and yours another season full of memories. 


*Times and dates subject to change. Please check each event’s information link.


Spring 2021 – Fall 2022

WHAT: Play It Loud: Concerts at Barton Coliseum 
WHERE: Old State House Museum, 300 West Markham, Little Rock
TIMES: The museum is currently open under COVID guidelines Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Ask anyone in Central Arkansas over 40 to tell you their Barton story and you’ll no doubt get a flood of concert, rodeo, sports, and State Fair memories. Our exhibit “Play It Loud: Concerts at Barton Coliseum” is a nostalgic look back at concerts at this historic site from the 1950s to today.

More than 1,700 bands have performed on the Barton stage in its nearly 60-year history. Come relive your favorite memories with concert memorabilia, instruments, interviews, photographs, and more. Featured acts include James Taylor, Eagles, Heart, Parliament, Fleetwood Mac, Aerosmith, B.B. King, Brooks & Dunn, Chicago, Chuck Berry, Dolly Parton, Elton John, Elvis, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Snoop Dogg, Grand Funk Railroad, Jackson Five, Johnny Cash, KISS, Metallica, Keith Urban, Little Richard, Lynyrd Skynard, Pearl Jam, Prince, Sam & Dave, Tina Turner, Sly & Family Stone, Tim McGraw, Van Halen, Motley Crue, Usher, Willie Nelson, and ZZ Top.
Learn more here or call 501-324-9685



April 16 – April 17, 2021

WHAT: Colobus and Serval Exhibit Grand Opening Weekend
WHERE: Little Rock Zoo
TIMES: 5-7 PM on Friday/all on Saturday

Join us for our Colobus and Serval Exhibit Grand Opening Weekend! The weekend will begin on Friday, April 16, 2021, from 5-7pm with our Members’ Only Preview Event.

Our preview night will include an early look at the the exhibit while animals enjoy enrichment.  This will be followed by a private reception in our Civitan pavilion.  Members will enjoy food and refreshments as they view the servals and colobus on their new habitat.  We will welcome our members to see our newest structure on the property!  Not a member? Become one today:  The weekend will continue on Saturday, April 17, 2021 with an opening for the public.  The weekend will include keeper chats to discuss the new exhibit with the public. Check back here for more details.
Hosted by: Little Rock Zoo
Learn more here.


April 16, 17, 18, 2021

WHAT: 25th Annual Celebration in the Sky
WHERE: Harrison
Friday, April 16, 4 PM – 9 PM
Saturday, April 17, 7 AM – 9 PM
Sunday, April 18, 7 AM – 9 AM

DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: This unique outdoor event that began in 1995 is held in beautiful Harrison, Arkansas. The Festival will kick off on Friday evening at the Boone County Regional Airport! There will be a FREE concert, Beer Gardens, balloons tethered to the ground for the exciting Balloon Glow, and Vendors. The event will continue on Saturday morning, with more Balloon Race Competitions. The evening events will continue at the Boone County Regional Airport, where balloons are tethered to the ground for the exciting Balloon Glow. In conjunction with the tethered balloons, there will be food and fun for the entire family. The event will conclude Sunday morning with Balloon Race Competitions for all to enjoy. Come experience the “Hot Air Balloon Adventure” with us!
Hosted by: Arkansas State Hot Air Balloon Championship Races and Explore Harrison
Learn more here.


April 17, 2021

WHAT: Bell Urban Farm Spring Plant Sale
WHERE: Faulkner County Library, 1900 Tyler St. Conway
TIMES: 10 AM – 5 PM
DETAILS: Join us for our 4th annual Spring Plant Sale! Naturally and locally grown flowers, vegetables and herb plants will be available! All grown by local farmers!
Our farmers will include: Bell Urban Farm, Whispering Willow Farm, Round Rock Farm, Shaky K Farm, Heifer Ranch, Wildland Gardens, Berkeley Farm, Cedar Rock Ridge, Faulkner Co. Urban Farm Project
Our plant sale will take place in person across the street from Bell Urban Farm at the Faulkner County Library and Faulkner County Urban Farm Project this year! Sale location: 1900 Tyler St. Conway.
We will be posting more info about our local farmers and the varieties of plants they are bringing over the next few months. We will also be posting more info about our COVID 19 protocols so stay tuned!
Make up date for bad weather: April 24th.
Hosted by: Bell Urban Farm
Learn more here.


April 22, 2021

WHAT: Diamond Chef Arkansas: On-Demand
WHERE: Online:
TIMES: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Join us for Arkansas’ premiere cooking competition is going virtual this year, but promises to still deliver the food, fun and philanthropy!
Exciting Kitchen Action:
7 Local Chefs will compete for the coveted Diamond Chef title.
Chef Jordan Davis (Chenal Country Club) **2019 Diamond Chef Champion
Chef Bonner Cameron (Allsopp & Chappele)
Chef Matias De Matthaeis (Capital Hotel)
Chef Joseph Salguiero (Pleasant Valley Country Club)
Chef Brian Townley (Vault at 723)
Chef David Utley (Little Rock Marriott)
Chef Geovanny Villagran (La Casa de mi Abuelita – Mawmaw’s House)
Hosted by: UA Pulaski Tech
Learn more here.


May 1, 2021

WHAT: Music in the Wild
WHERE: Wildwood Park for the Arts, 20919 Denny Road, Little Rock, AR 72223
Tickets: General Admission $25
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Join us on May 1 at 8:00 p.m. for the first Music in the Wild concert of 2021!

In partnership with the Argenta Acoustic Music Series, this first performance features thumbpicking guitarist Richard Smith. Hailed as “The most amazing guy I know on the guitar,” by none other than Chet Atkins, Smith is a member of the Thumbpickers Hall of Fame, and has played with Chet Atkins, Les Paul, Nato Lima, Boots Randolph, Tommy Emmanuel, John Jorgenson, Marcel Dadi, Tommy Tedesco, Joe Pass, Biréli Lagrène, Mark O’Connor, Sam Bush, Stuart Duncan, Martin Taylor, Jorge Morel, Earl Klugh, Suzy Bogguss, Victor Wooten, John Cowan and countless more.

Bring your own blankets and chairs. Concessions available at event for donations. In the event of rain, all sets will be moved to Wildwood’s Pavilion. All guests will be screened for COVID-19 upon arrival. Please bring a face mask to wear when social distancing is not possible and for use in indoor facilities.
Hosted by: Wildwood Park for the Arts


May 1, June 5, 2021

WHAT: Pop Up Market 
WHERE: 850 Hwy 65 North, Clinton
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: We are very excited to announce that our first three Pop Up Market will be April 3, May 1 and June 5. A collection a vintage curators, handmade artisans and local small businesses. It will be located outside our store in Clinton, Arkansas.
Hosted by: Pottery Shop
Learn more here.


May, 2021

WHAT: Live at the Plaza – Series of free performances and recreational classes
WHERE: Argenta Plaza at 510 Main Street, North Little Rock
TIMES: Various dates and times
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Click here to read about the events.
Hosted by: Ballet Arkansas / North Little Rock CVB
Learn more here.



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Past Events………….

March 5 – March 7, 2021

WHAT: Vintage Market Days® of Little Rock – Spring Event
WHERE: Arkansas State Fair Grounds, 2600 Howard Street, Little Rock

Friday, March 5, 2021
Early Buying Event
10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Saturday, March 6, 2021
General Admission
10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Sunday, March 7, 2021
General Admission
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
TICKETS: $5 – $10 click here
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Join us for a Spring shopping event, as over 100 premiere vendors from over 15 states showcase their unique vintage and antique finds, handmade goods, and the latest fashion trends from the cutest trendy boutiques!
Hungry?! Eat at one of our delicious food trucks or try a snack from one of our specialty makers! Snag anything from a delicious BBQ sandwich to a yummy walking taco! Fried pies, gourmet fudge and chocolates, hot & iced lattes, and it doesn’t stop there! The market is all indoors, so weather is not a factor! Come shop in comfort at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds!
Hosted by: Vintage Market Days of Little Rock
Learn more here.


March 5 – 7, 2021

WHAT: Maumelle Antique Alley Arkansas
WHERE: 9300 Maumelle Blvd, North Little Rock
Friday – Saturday, March 5-6, 9 AM – 5PM
Sunday, March 7,  11 AM – 4 PM
TICKETS: Click here
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS:Exhibitors from 10+ states will fill 200 booths with old advertising, antique toys, linens, primitives, glassware, antique furniture, and much more!
Friday’s admission is $8 per adult and free for children 18 and under. Saturday and Sunday’s adult admission is $5 and free for children. Admission is good all weekend! Parking is free!
Please call Ashley at 501-230-5728 with any questions about the show.
Hosted by: Antique Alley Arkansas Antique Show
Learn more here.


March 6, 2021

WHAT: The Bernice Bazaar
WHERE: The Bernice Garden, 1401 Main Street, Little Rock
TIMES: 5 PM – 8 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: The Bernice Bazaar is a marketplace featuring a select group of local artisans and makers. Kid and dog-friendly. Designed for distancing. Masks required.
Hosted by: Mom’s Kitchen CBD Organized Chaos by Erin Pierce AR-T’s The Copper Connect Sulac Art Stuff Ellyse’s Studio Arts El Sur Street Food Co. The Bernice Garden


March 6, 2021

WHAT: Spring Fling Market
WHERE: BoBrook Farms LLC
TIMES: 11 AM – 4 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Spring is in the air and we are here to celebrate the season with a fun open air market at our event venue. If you made it to our Masked and Merry event in November you know this is one event you won’t want to miss! This event will happen rain or shine as we will be covered in our open span barn and covered patio! What makes this event so unique is that not only do we have amazing local vendors (over 30 different vendors) but you can also sip on River Bottom Winery wine while shopping! Live music will be going through out the entire event! If you have shopped until you dropped grab a chair in the lawn with a glass of wine and enjoy the live music and lunch from Pic’nikity & Fathead BBQ! This event is for the whole family to enjoy!

F.R.E.E. pictures with the Easter bunny from 11-1pm. We will have him setup in our vintage truck for pictures that meet social distancing guidelines.
We will have over 30 local crafters, business owners, boutiques and more are invited to participate as vendors in this event. Shoppers can purchase one-of-a-kind items including but not limited to, paintings, handmade jewelry, home decor items, etc.
The public is invited to shop for free at this event. Food, beverages and vendor shopping is additional cost.

Hosted by: BoBrook Farms LLC, Grand Duo and River Bottom Winery
Learn more here.


March 12 – March 14, 2021

WHAT: Saint Patrick’s Weekend in Eureka Springs
WHERE: Downtown Eureka Springs
TIMES: Mar 12 at 10 AM – Mar 14 at 11:45 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Come and spend Saint Patricks Weekend in Eureka Springs! We will have several things happening in town.

Click “Going” on this event and then click on DISCUSSION or SEE ALL POSTS to see all of the information we will be adding as we approach the weekend. We will be listing all the events going on around town including live music. DOWNTOWN WALKING WINDOW PARADE: Come and see our merchants downtown as they decorate their windows for St Patricks day and will be offering some great giveaways including a costume contest. More info to come!

Hosted by: Visit Eureka Springs
Learn more here.


March 13, 2021

WHAT: Spring Blend Release @ Abbi’s Tea Stand
WHERE: Abbi’s Teas & Things, 2622 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock
TIMES: 10 AM – 3 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Hooray! Spring blends are here and I am so excited to bring back some of your spring favorites and some NEW blends, too!
Teas on Tap: – The Bouquet (herbal) – Lavender Pear (white) – Berry Bergamot (black) – Lemon Goldenberry (black)
Tea Jugs will be back, too!
Hosted by: Abbi’s Teas & Things
Learn more here.


March 13, 2021

WHAT: Hope Ball
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: The Hope Ball is the annual gala event which raises funds for the continued operation of the 20th Century Club’s Lodge. With your help, the Lodge will continue to provide Hope Away from Home to cancer patients.
Ball Sponsorship Opportunities and Donate to “Fund-A-Night” online at:
(501) 907-1760    fax (501) 907-1761
Hosted by: The 20th Century Club of Little Rock, Inc.
Learn more here.

March 16, 2021

WHAT: Weed It and Eat It | Learning to Grow Online
WHERE: Online Event
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Join Faulkner County Master Gardeners for our March session of “Learning to Grow Online” with Benton County Master Gardener, JB Portillo. JB will introduce common edible weeds growing in Central Arkansas yards and share her favorite weedy recipes. Register in advance for “Weed It and Eat It” at to receive emailed instructions for joining this FREE Zoom presentation. For more information about weed identification, see or contact Faulkner County Extension at (501) 329-8344. — Master Gardeners are proud to bring beauty and research-based gardening education to the Faulkner County community with our partners at University of Arkansas, Arkansas Master Gardeners, City of Conway, Quorum Court and Faulkner County Extension. photo courtesy of North Carolina State University Extension, Scott Zona | Portulaca oleracea (common purslane)

*** WARNING! *** Not all plants are edible! There is a chance you might be allergic or have other negative reactions to a plant. Please be certain you have correctly identified any plant and consult a medical professional before consuming. Know what activities have occurred around or near any plant you are considering eating. The plant may have been sprayed with a pesticide, encountered chemicals toxic to humans, or been urinated or defecated on by pets or wildlife. Avoid weeds near streets and roads, in alleys or driveways, and in areas that receive a lot of human and domesticated animal exposure. Moderation is key when eating plants so begin with a small amount to see if it agrees with you. (University of Wyoming Extension…/2018/winter/0118edibleweeds.pdf)

Hosted by: Faulkner County Master Gardeners, UAEX Faulkner County Horticulture and Faulkner County – UAEX


March 16, 2021

WHAT: Facebook Live Sale by High Cotton Decor
WHERE: Online
TIMES: 7 PM – 8:30 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: We have so many new things to share with you! We can’t wait!
We’ll be giving away COTTON CASH to use towards your purchase. PLUS we offer free delivery in the Bryant and Little Rock areas.
Hosted by: High Cotton Decor
Learn more here.


March 17, 2021

WHAT: Share The Luck | St. Patrick’s Day
WHERE: Cypress Social, 7103 Cock of the Walk Lane, North Little Rock
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Join us this St. Patrick’s Day to enjoy traditional Irish dishes and happy hour specials! 🍀
To spread the luck this holiday, we will be hosting a can food drive with all donations going to our friends at The Arkansas Food Bank. Every guest who donates 6 or more cans, enjoy one of our specialty appetizers on the house!
Hosted by: Cypress Social
Learn more here.


March 6 – March 21, 2021

WHAT: 43rd Annual Wye Daffodil Festival
WHERE: Wye Mtn, Bigelow, AR 22300 HWY 113
TIMES: 9 AM – 5 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: 7 acres of many varieties of daffodils, photo ops, food, arts & crafts, music. Family oriented and kid friendly. One of the first Arkansas festivals of the new year, celebrating early spring.
Free Admission.
Hosted by: Wye Mountain Church
Learn more here.

March 19 – March 20, 2021

WHAT: St Paddy’s block party!
WHERE: North Little Rock
TIMES: Mar 19 at 11 AM – Mar 20 at 10 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS:Join us the weekend after St Patrick’s day for a socially distant celebration in Argenta. Featuring live music by We Few at 7pm on Main St in front of Cregeens
Hosted by: Cregeen’s Irish Pub and Argenta Arts District
Learn more here.


March 21, 2021

WHAT: Hot Springs Cherry Blossom Festival, Journey Through Japan
WHERE: Hot Springs Convention Center, 134 Convention Blvd., Hot Springs
Tickets here.

March 19 – March 28, 2021

WHAT: Wild Week: Spring Break 2021 at the Little Rock Zoo
WHERE: Little Rock Zoo
TIMES: 9:00am -4pm each day
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: It’s going to be a Wild Week of adventure and fun with friends and family.  Come Wake Up Your Wild and join as we celebrate and learn all about pollinators!
Hosted by: Little Rock Zoo
Learn more here.

March 22 – March 26, 2021

WHAT: Spring Break Jr. Naturalist Camp
WHERE: Wildwood Park for the Arts, 20919 Denny Road, Little Rock, AR 72223
Drop-Off/Check-In: 8:30 am – 9:00 am
Camp: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Pick-Up: 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Register online here.
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Enrich and enliven your child’s spring break by giving them an outdoor experience led by Central Arkansas Master Naturalists at Wildwood Park for the Arts! This day camp, for ages 7 -11, runs from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm each day with drop off beginning at 8:45 am and pick up lasting until 4:30 pm.

Bill Toland, a certified Arkansas Master Naturalist and an NAI Certified Interpretive Guide, leads the naturalist programming with additional certified Central Arkansas Master Naturalists. Campers will enjoy a week of fun hiking Wildwood’s winding trails, playing outdoor games, and engaging in hands-on instruction including lake ecology, reptiles and insects native to Arkansas, and how to stay safe in the woods!

All campers, staff, and instructors will be screened for COVID-19 at check-in every morning. This process includes a brief questionnaire and temperature check.

Campers, staff, and instructors will wear masks at all times when indoors, and will wear masks outdoors when social distancing is not possible.

For more information about Wildwood’s COVID-19 policies, please contact

Pick up begins at 4:00 pm and goes until 4:30 pm. Students may use this time to create using Wildwood’s art and craft supplies, read a book, or play games.

Students Should Bring:
Wear comfortable clothing suitable for outdoor activities – we get dirty!
A face mask that fits securely.
A snack and lunch (every day).
A personal, reusable water bottle.
Hosted by: Wildwood Park for the Arts

March 25, 2021

WHAT: Let’s Keep This Comedy Train Rolling. The Free, OUTDOOR Comedy Showcase at The Rail Yard
WHERE: The Rail Yard LR
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: March 25th we are back and better than ever with our headliner Keith Terry! Keith has performed in clubs, theaters, and stadiums all across the nation. He’s shared the stage with some of the legends of comedy, and toured with musical acts such as Salt’N’Peppa and Michael Buble. We are so excited to be the first stop as he kicks off his spring tour. Come checkout Keith before he’s out of state!
Hosted by: Comedy at the Rail Yard
Learn more here.

March 7 – March ?, 2021

WHAT: Daffodil Days
WHERE: Garvan Woodland Gardens, 550 Arkridge Road, Hot Springs
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Daffodil Days are kicking off this weekend, March 7, with an expected 4-6 weeks of bloom time. The horticulture staff at Garvan provides a lovely welcome to spring with early, mid, and late season daffodils planted throughout the Garden. We are delighted to report daffodils, crocus and hyacinth pushed their way through the snow and have begun the show. Be certain to travel to the Hardgrave Trap Mountain Overlook and the Three Sisters of Amity Daffodil Hill to catch collections of these rays of sunshine.The stage is set for Tulip Extravaganza 2021 where over 150,000 tulip bulbs planted over the winter months have begun to show the tips of their leaves. The snow provided a wonderful winter blanket, and now, with the warming temperatures and sunshine we expect a glorious tulip show to peak near the end of March and lasting well into April. Daffodil Days & Tulip Extravaganza 2021 are always highly weather-dependent, and dates are revised as needed depending upon bloom time. Dates cover the entire bloom season, with peak usually in the middle.
Hosted by: Garvan Woodland Gardens
Learn more here. 800-366-4664 or 501-262-9300.


April 3, 2021

WHAT: Gatlin Park Egg Hunt
WHERE: Gatlin Park, 2325 Tyler Street, Conway
TIMES: 11 AM – 12:30 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS:Fun for all the family!
Hosted by: oneChurch
Learn more here.

April 3, 2021

WHAT: Revival in the Park
WHERE: 4300 Haywood Street, North Little Rock
TIMES: 1 PM – 4 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: The first annual Revival in the Park is April 3rd! Come join us as we enjoy bbq, give-a-ways, and an Easter Party with mystery eggs for all. Social distance on the lawn or park and enjoy live music, motivational messages from spiritual and community leaders and more. Join us as we revive the community!
Hosted by: The Center at NLR
Learn more here.


April 3, 2021

WHAT: The Hunt Drive-Thru
WHERE: Woodland Heights Baptist Church, 4215 Prince Street, Conway, 72034
TIMES: 2 PM – 4 PM
DETAILS: Experience Easter 2021 in a brand new way! As you enter our parking lot, each vehicle will drive-thru BUBBLE LAND, participate in a CAKE WALK (from your car), every child will receive CANDY and ICE CREAM coupons, and you will leave with a CHILDREN’S STORY BOOK. Most importantly, you will watch scenes from the BIBLE come to life with actors and live animals. We hope you can join us!!
Hosted by: Woodland Heights Baptist Church
Learn more here.


April 4, 2021

WHAT: Easter Worship with Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church
WHERE: War Memorial Stadium
TIMES: 10:30 AM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Easter is going to look at little different this year at Pulaski Heights. Though we will NOT be having our usual Easter Sunrise service, we are SO EXCITED to be worshiping together at War Memorial Stadium at 10:30AM! Masks will be required and social distancing will be observed.
In addition, we have two services that will be available for streaming:
-Contemporary Service streaming at 9 AM on Facebook and YouTube
-Traditional Service streaming at 10:30 AM on KATV, Facebook & YouTube
We hope you join us for one of our services on Easter Sunday!
Hosted by: Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church

April 9-10, 2021

WHAT: Tru Colors Farm Yes to Tulips Pop-Up Events
WHERE: True Colors Farm, 13225 W. Tycoon Road, Bentonville
TIMES: Friday, 4/9 & Saturday, 4/10 from 10 am – 6 pm
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Our tulip blooms have recently exploded, so we are going to open to the PUBLIC and have pop-up events Friday, 4/9 & Saturday, 4/10 from 10 am ~ 6 pm. We will be closed Sunday, 4/11 ~ Wednesday, 4/14, and will open for the season with our Grand Opening on Thursday, April 15th.

Beginning April 15th, our hours of operation will be Thursdays ~ Sundays from 10 am ~ 6pm. Mother Nature has proven she’s unpredictable, but we anticipate our season lasting through mid-May. ***Please read the FAQ picture in this post that will answer most of your questions!! Grab your husbands, wives, kids, parents, grandparents, friends and neighbors and visit us this season!! You won’t regret a single minute spent on the farm!!

Hosted by: True Colors Farm by PerspectAbility
Learn more here.


April 9 – April 11, 2021

WHAT: Petit Jean Mountain Spring Upward – Petit Jean Balloon Festival #3
WHERE: Headquarters for all events Petit Jean Farmers’ Market, 1039 Winrock Drive, Morrilton, AR 72110 (on Petit Jean Mountain)
TIMES: Apr 9 at 5 AM – Apr 11 at 9 PM 
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: Check this off from your Bucket List! Hot Air Balloon Rides! Launching from Petit Jean Mountain. An event you can’t miss! Reserve your flight today! $275 per person, Reservation number: 417-336-6060. Tether Flights: also, enjoy our tether flights for $20 a person, Go up above the trees and come back down safely, Bring your dates!
Glow Event: Perfect for pictures! Live music, Unique Vendors and delicious food!
With additional benefit of all activities outdoors, with abundance of space at all locations
Watch Petit Jean Farmers’ Market Facebook for schedule updates each week
EVENT PHONE: 501-289-2200 (text only)
Hosted by: The Petit Jean Balloon Event
Learn more here.

April 9-11, 2021

WHAT: Conway Bella Rustina
WHERE: Conway Expo Center, 2501 East Oak Street, Conway
Friday, April 9, 9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday, 9 AM – 5 PM
Sunday, April 11, 2021 at 11 AM – 4 PM
DETAILS FROM EVENT HOSTS: The Bella Rustina Modern Vintage Market, brought to you by Ashley’s Finds, LLC, will take place April 9-11 inside the Conway Expo Center located at 2505 E. Oak St. in Conway, Arkansas. Bella Rustina is locally-owned out of Maumelle and is the largest vintage market in central Arkansas. Exhibitors will fill 200+ booths with everything from vintage to handmade creations to vintage-inspired décor perfect for your holiday decorating!
On top of being a great shopping experience, Bella Rustina will also have food trucks and many indoor food choices like handmade fried pies, roasted candy and nuts, kettle corn, and more!
Early buying admission on Friday is $8 for adults. Regular admission for the Bella Rustina Modern Vintage Market is $5 Saturday and Sunday for each adult. Admission is free for children 18 and under. Admission is good for re-entry all weekend and parking is free.
Hosted by: Bella Rustina Modern Vintage Market