COLUMBIA, MO – There are so many things to enjoy about Columbia in the summertime. There are the leisurely bike rides on Columbia’s celebrated trails. There are the numerous outstanding outdoor concerts. There’s delicious and seasonal locally-sourced food and Columbia’s distinguished farmers markets. There’s kicking back and enjoying a good movie in a cool theater…Details
The North Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) has launched a new effort to define and strengthen culinary tourism for the city called “Setting the Table” which will optimize the local food ecosystem as a key driver for the city’s brand. “At its heart, the mission of Setting the Table is to position North Little Rock…Details
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Every pool may bring better luck. That’s how life should be Zane Grey The Rogue River is a vital artery in southwestern Oregon that flows 215 miles from Crater Lake to Gold Beach on the coast. Rainie Falls is the take-out point for rafters to the 40 mile stretch of the wild and scenic corridor…Details
Seafood Destiny, a Greensboro-based business that serves made-to-order crab legs, lobster, shrimp, and more is opening on the corner of Columbia and Franklin Street in the site formerly operated by Lotsa Pizza, announced the Downtown Chapel Hill Partnership. The owner of Seafood Destiny, Anthony Knotts, said he and his son, Jalen, hope to be operational…Details
COLUMBIA, MO – After more than a year without live music, the driving beat of a snare drum, the pulsing rhythm of a bass guitar and sweet vocal melodies floating through the air around Stephens Lake Park will be welcome sounds as the Roots N Blues Festival makes its highly anticipated return to Columbia September…Details
*Denotes FREE admission Full calendar of events: https://northlittlerock.org/events *Weekdays: Reptile & Amphibian Take & Make STEM crafts – William F. Laman Library Main Branch (2801 Orange St.) Wednesday, July 21 *8a–7:30p|The Old Mill at T. R. Pugh Memorial Park (3800 Lakeshore Dr.) *9a–4p|North Little Rock Welcome Center (600 Main St.) *9a-6p|Blue-Eyed Knocker Club Photo Exhibit…Details
https://vimeo.com/575544508 Watch NATJA’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) panel, Telling Our Stories, which was held on July 15th, 2021. Moderated by Yani Leon, with member panelists Cory Lee, Travel Writer and Vickie Ashford-Thompson, Director of Travel Media for the Great Birmingham CVB.
Fairbanks, Alaska (AK) – The annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympic Games (WEIO) will take place at the Big Dipper in Fairbanks from July 21 through 24, 2021. A four-day series of traditional Alaska Native athletic competitions, WEIO draws Native athletes and dancers from around the state, the United States, Canada and Greenland, as well as visitors,…Details
*denotes FREE admission Friday, July 16 – Sunday, July 18: Main Street (Broadway to 5th Streets) closed for Argenta Dogtown Throwdown Friday, July 16 5a-6a|Happy Hour (Half off drinks OR buy 1 get 1 drink) – Dark Side Coffee Co. (4621 JFK Blvd.) *8a–7:30p|The Old Mill at T. R. Pugh Memorial Park (3800 Lakeshore Dr.)…Details