If Mayberry exists, you’re standing in it,” said Casey Marshall, a Little Rock resident who first visited the Ozark Folk Center (OFC) when he was 5. He was just old enough to remember the vibrant fiddle music played throughout the park. He’s been coming back ever since. At the OFC, artisans demonstrate and teach pioneer
Ozark Highlands Radio shares Arkansas’ mountain music Chances are you’ve never heard the songs “Don’t Sing Love Songs, You’ll Wake My Mother,” “Life’s Railway to Heaven,” or “The Boy That Burned in the Berryville Jail” unless you listen to Ozark Highlands Radio. Forty weeks a year for the past three years, music from the Ozarks
Innovative robotics program stresses science, technology and math skills The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas recently entered a partnership with Arkansas FIRST, a volunteer-based, non-profit organization founded to ensure every Arkansas student has access to competitive robotics education programs. The program partnership replaces a successful electric vehicle program that the cooperatives had sponsored for 14 years.