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While the Fort Smith Museum of History is closed, patrons of The Rialto restaurant can enjoy an exhibit recalling the retail glories of the former Boston Store, originally located on the site of the restaurant.
Dinner at the home of Landy and Bennie Westphal certainly will be a sweet prize to the highest bidder. Plenty of golden, local honey from Bennie’s own apiary will be on their welcoming table. He is an avid beekeeper.
It happened when Sam Sicard found himself struggling for firmer footing while coaching his son Layton’s team on Hunt’s Park field.
“My epiphany moment, you could say, came when my son was playing flag football and I was coaching,” Sicard said. “That weekend we played, it was really muddy. It looked like a landmine from all the kids playing on it. I almost sprained my ankle walking across the field.”
Entertainment Fort Smith invited local artists to draw coloring book pages.
"Landmarks" is a 24-page coloring book with the work of 18 talented area artists. Each page is will be a familiar landmark for you to color.
Wait, what's this? Entertainment Fort Smith published the May issue just a week ago. But things are changing so quickly that we have also published a digital-only magazine called Neighborly, just to update everyone on the latest hours and openings of our community partner businesses.
For the upcoming celebration of Robert E. Miller’s 90th birthday, the April Designer Showhouse Ball 2020, five private dinner parties will be auctioned at the Sept. 26 event to benefit Bob’s cause: supporting Fort Smith’s Community Rescue Mission.