More than 120 jewelry and jam makers, chocolate purveyors and quilt sellers, makers of meat rubs and organic dog treats, printmakers and T-shirts designers, all celebrating the Natural State, will showcase their handmade, homegrown delights.
You’ll need a rest between booths, so Arkansas Made has lined up music by Keith Sykes at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Other libations, including Diamond Bear beer and Rocktown Distillery vodka cocktails, and other
Admission is $5; children 5 and under can get in free. The rain should have moved out, but if the field is wet, find the event on the concourse. It’s all good.