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June 2018 Issue

All Summer Fun 2018 - Table of Contents
Start here for an index to all kids' summer activities and schedules in 2018. Just as in the paper magazine, all the summer activities for kids are listed here.
At your local library, all events are free.
There's something fun for kids almost every day at all our area libraries and all of it is free. Enjoy the summer reading program, movies, crafts and other activities at all area libraries.
Available daily - Time to Eat
Free meals are offered at public schools in Fort Smith and Crawford County, Ark. under the summer nutrition program. No child need be hungry. Schedules here.
Get Creative - Art Camps and Activities
A schedule of art camps and creative opportunities.
Learning & Doing: More Summer Activities for Kids
Sewing, baking, building - here are three unusual summer opportunities for kids.
Make Some History
Opportunities and programs related to history at the Fort Smith National Historic Site.
Movie Madness
A schedule of free and low-cost movie screenings, all summer long. See family-friendly Movies in the Park and at local theaters at special times.
Park It Here in Pools, Parks, Splashpads
Take the plunge at Parrot Island or Alma Aquatic Park, ride the Creekmore Train, take a spin at the Park at Westend. There are city park play days, too.
Put On A Show - Summer Theater, Music and Performance Opportunities
There are opportunities for kids to act in a play, go to a music camp, perform and shine.
Sports Camps and Activities for Kids
Here are sports camp opportunities for kids in Summer 2018. Register NOW for these limited-enrollment spots!
Summer Fun - Hit the Club
Activities at the regional Boys & Girls Clubs and Girls Inc. in Fort Smith, Alma and Van Buren, Ark.
The Great Outdoors for Kids
The River Valley Nature Center, local State Parks and others offer wonderful programs in the great outdoors.

May 2018 Issue

Dance like you’re setting a world record
Fort Smith will attempt “the world’s largest street dance” on May 28.
On A Mission
Photojournalist Lawrence Knox chronicles a medical mission trip to Guatamala made by members of Fort Smith's First Methodist Church.
The Campaigners
Supporters of the millage increase range from students of voting age to young adult, Fort Smith Public School alumni to retirees. We spoke with four of these advocates.
The Explainers
Fort Smith schools introduce technology early and plan for a new career and technology center with proposed millage increase

April 2018 Issue

Barney Oldfield Sends Fort Smith Racing into the Future
On a local racetrack 1911, horsepower outran horses and the age of automobiles and aeroplanes arrive in Fort Smith.
One-third of millage increase devoted to school safety
A group of volunteer citizens, educators and students now have until May 22 to urge voters to vote “yes”?to a proposal to increase a millage devoted to Fort Smith Public Schools.
These are the voyages of the Starship Parkview
You know you have hit Star Trek gold when Captain Kirk himself, aka William Shatner, tweets about you. Van Buren students have created a Star Trek fan film called The Bunny Incident.

March 2018 Issue

Making Home Work: The Dooly Family Keeps It Real
Daddy is a law enforcement officer. Momma is an educator. They have four beautiful children, two girls and two boys. They’re engaged, loving, busy and never typical.
River Valley Lawn & Garden Show March 23-25
Three-day River Valley Lawn & Garden Show, presented by the Master Gardeners. Admission is $5, good for all three days. Fort Smith Convention Center.

February 2018 Issue

2018 Readers' Favorites Gallery
Without an "envelope, please," here are your Readers' Favorites, reflecting the year 2017, chosen through your votes

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