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Historic Cane Hill After Dark

28/09/2022

When: October 21 @ 5:30 pm Where: Meet @ Cane Hill Cemetery, 18136 Canehill Rd, Lincoln, AR, 72744 Parking: Follow signs from Hwy 45 and Lincoln-Canehill Rd. Halloween and Cane Hill history are coming together on Friday, October 21st! Join us for Historic Cane Hill After Dark–a chance for adults to drink some cider, spend […]

Archaeology Day at Historic Cane Hill

31/08/2022

October 8, 2022  12:30 PM to 4:30 PM Historic Cane Hill College, 14219 College Rd, Canehill, AR, 72717 With its storied human history, Historic Cane Hill goes hand-in-hand with archaeology. Archaeology Day at Historic Cane Hill is a chance for families to learn how human-made Habitat is an important part of the landscape. The Arkansas […]

The Silken Thread Author Talk with Ray Fisher

30/08/2022

September 17, 4:30 pm Cane Hill College, 14219 College Road, Canehill, AR   Join us for a program about how bugs have changed human societies. Entomologist Ray Fisher will use research from the book The Silken Thread: Five Insects and Their Impacts on Human History, which he co-authored with Robert N. Wiedenmann, to focus on […]

2022 Cane Hill Harvest Festival

10/06/2022

Join us on September 17, 2022 for this community tradition, the Cane Hill Harvest Festival, featuring Ozark Country Breakfast, live music from local bands, sorghum production, craft demonstrations, food vendors and more! Festival admission is free. Parking cost is $3 per car. Bring a lawn chair or blanket for the evening concert! For more info, […]

Explore Historic Cane Hill

16/02/2022

Choose your own adventure with this list as your guide! 1.  Ring the bell in the College Bell Tower 2.  Stand in the middle of the Jordan Creek Bridge and take in the view 3.  Spot a Blue Heron by Jordan Creek 4.  Watch for eagles and hawks 5.  Bring your sketch pad or easel […]

2022 Quail Stamp Art Contest

15/12/2021

Historic Cane Hill has partnered with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation for four years to promote the arts in Arkansas and help gain support to restore and conserve quail habitat. 2022 was the first juried competition to select the artwork for a voluntary quail stamp. The Quail Stamp Art […]