Located behind Heifer Village in downtown Little Rock, this new, explorable barnyard features animals the nonprofit Heifer International helps provide families through its work in developing countries around the world.
You don't have to make big travel plans for big spring break fun! See how the rest of the world looks at your home town when you spend spring break acting like a tourist right here in central Arkansas. Here are 10 local destinations, from museums to mini golf!
It never hurts to take a look at yourself or your location through the eyes of others. I was reminded of this adage as the last of the 560 guests from the Travel South Showcase left Arkansas in late February following their convention in Little Rock.
Make your Labor Day weekend entertaining and educational by visiting Historic Arkansas Museum, Old State House Museum, Clinton Presidential Center, Heifer Village, Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, Museum of Discovery, Arkansas Arts Center and Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center -- all in downtown Little Rock.
Graphic design materials of four Arkansas-based nonprofits will be displayed at Design for a Cause, a new exhibit opening Wednesday (March 21) and continuing through April 9 at Heifer International's Heifer Village, 1 World Ave., Little Rock. Admission is free.
Show kids the real meaning of generosity from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. today (Dec. 3) at Heifer Village in Little Rock. At Heifer International’s Celebration of Living Gifts, children can see how the gift of a goat, llama or camel to one hungry family can help end hunger and poverty. Admission is free.