Join us on September 17 & 18, 2022 for Ozark Country Breakfast, live music featuring local bands, sorghum production, food vendors and more! The Cane Hill Harvest Festival is organized by the Cane Hill Festival Committee and held on the grounds of Cane Hill College, 14219 College Rd.(WC4762), Cane Hill, AR 72717. Located just off […]
Photo of Polk Bookout tending his flock by Howard Clark. From the Caroline Price Clark Collection. Housed at Shiloh Museum, Springdale, AR. As a part of the ongoing Smithsonian Habitat exhibition at Historic Cane Hill and with the support of the Arkansas Humanities Council, we are excited to present our first Habitat Humanities Series event, Farming in the Ozarks, […]
As a part of our ongoing Habitat exhibition, Historic Cane Hill is offering everyone the chance to get up close and personal with the crawling, creeping, floating, and fluttering life of the Ozarks! In case you haven’t noticed, the bugs are out and about in Northwest Arkansas, and Austin Jones is loving it! Austin is a lifelong […]
In December of 1837, a detachment of Cherokee people who were removed from their homes east of the Mississippi endured a tragic camp here in Cane Hill on their way to Oklahoma. The purpose of this ceremony is to dedicate a space onsite at Historic Cane Hill that will hold the experience of these people […]
Plan Your Visit Opening Date April 16, 2022 (running through November 26) Trails and self-guided exhibits are open daily from sunrise to sunset Visitor Center is open 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Admission is free Presenting Local Sponsor Local Sponsors This project is supported […]
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 […]
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 […]
Join us for the 3rd Annual High School Artists Exhibition and Competition. A virtual exhibition and reception ceremony will take place on Friday, November 19th at 6pm. For more information, contact David Collins, 479-824-4455 or Donna Smith Jones, 479-575-5202.