3131 Cloverleaf St.
Van Buren, AR 72956
Phone: (479) 474-2223
Fax: (479) 474-9049
Restored theater still hosts musical and theater productions. It is the home of Fort Smith's Young Actors Guild. Built in the late 1800s, there is even rumored to be a ghost.
Held anually during Memorial Day weekend, features the world's largest and richest barrel racing. Several horses come from all over the U.S. and Canada attemd.
Kay Rodgers Park is aptly located in Fort Smith. The park is home to the popular Old Fort Days Rodeo which works to create awareness regarding various agricultural developments to the locals of the region. The park also hosts concerts throughout the year.
Organized in 1948, the Little Theatre is the oldest all-volunteer theater group in Arkansas. Six regular productions and several off-season performances fill the theater calendar each year.
Webby D's welcomes you with its spirited ambiance and great service. The drinks are priced reasonably and it has a decent selection of alcoholic beverages to cater to the party crowd.
Formed in early 1995, this talented group presents an original musical comedy skit spoofing life in early Fort Smith during the time of Judge Isaac Parker and Miss Laura. Please note, for groups only.
Every artist, performer, or fan of the arts would know about Second Street Live. If one is not aware of this place, then perhaps it is time to be better acquainted with this house of culture in downtown Fort Smith. A modest, medium-sized venue, Second Street Live plays host to various culturally and artistically enriching events. See the website to know more.
The whole family will enjoy this exciting parade complete with inspirational floats and band music.
Each February, Fort Smith locals and visitors have the opportunity to taste chili for charity!