Join the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce for the 2017 Annual Membership Meeting. The Annual Membership Meeting will be held on Monday, October 16th at the Randolph County Development Center on the Pocahontas campus of Black River Technical College. New this year is a table decorating contest where you can purchase a table of 6…Details
The Randolph County Heritage Museum hosts a benefit A Night for the Museum on October 21st at 6pm. The event will take place at the new Rendezvous Event Center (formally Carroll’s Variety Store). The night will consist of a BBQ Dinner, live and silent auctions, and entertainment by Pocahontas legend, Amy Clawson. Tickets are $60…Details
Highlights and Schedule Summer turns to autumn, green leaves to rusted reds, and the ghosts of the past stir from their resting places once more to wander their ancestral homes. The staff of Davidsonville Historic State Park invites you to join them for an evening of fall fun, music, and history. The festival opens to…Details
2017 Board Election Ballot ELECTION BALLOT TO FILL THE VACANCIES ON THE RANDOLPH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. A nominating committee placed in nomination seven (7) members to consider for four (4) positions on the board. The elected board members will serve a three (3) year term beginning November 1, 2017, through…Details
Legacy Week Events Davidsonville Historic State Park invites you to join us for any and all of the upcoming Legacy Week Park Events. All programs are free but advanced registration for these events is required. Please call, email, or visit the park to sign up. Ongoing Events Memories and Stories Wanted! Davidsonville…Details
Combined Media Group KPOC/KRLW
Please apply in person, for an appointment call 892-5234.
Upcoming July and August Programs Black Powder Militia Muster Saturday July 22nd, 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The Arkansas Militia is now recruiting! Join Davidsonville Park Staff for a morning of marching, musketry demonstration, and cannon fire. Participants of all ages will learn how early Arkansas was kept safe, discover how to march with a…Details