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Craft fairs
 and Northwest Arkansas go together like kettles and corn! Top artists and craftsmen from all over the United States come to Northwest Arkansas to show and sell their hand-made wares in our renowned Craft Fairs held each May and October.

Our region welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the nation as they shop for hand-made pottery, stained glass, baskets, jewelry, artwork, and much, much more, while meeting and sometimes watching the artisans at work.

Spread throughout Northwest Arkansas, what's historically known as the "War Eagle Weekend" includes numerous arts & crafts fairs, held annually the 3rd weekend of October.  A majority of the fairs are juried, meaning the artisans must meet strict guidelines in order to participate.

Most of the fairs will run through Sunday, most closing at 5:00pm (some later).  Keep in mind that all of our fairs are open - RAIN or SHINE! 
 

 

Fall 2015 Craft Fair Start Dates

Wednesday, October 15 Thursday, October 16 Friday, October 17

Opening on Wednesday, October 15, the fairs kick off with the Spanker Creek Farm Arts & Crafts Festival, located at the Spanker Creek Farm

Thursday, October 16 starts theWar Eagle Fair the "original" Fair, located along the banks of the War Eagle River; the War Eagle Mill Craft & Culinary Fair and Sharp's Show of War Eagle, along with the Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival; the 
Rodeo of the Ozarks Arts & Crafts Festival; 
and the Frisco Station Mall Arts & Crafts Festival. 
On Friday, October 17, the Ozark Regional Arts & Crafts Show will open at 3 locations, at the NW Arkansas Convention Center/Springdale, at the John Q Hammons Convention Center/Rogers, and NEW THIS YEAR! - *Washington County Fairgrounds Fayetteville, Arkansas  and will be open through Saturday, October 19th!.
 
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Ozark Regional Arts & Crafts Show Schedule!
3 Locations!

NW Ark Convention Center
SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS

(1500 S. 48TH ST)
HWY 412/ I-540 Exit 72
(479)751-8300

Show Hours:
Friday & Saturday
9 am - 9 pm

John Q Hammons 
Convention Center
ROGERS, ARKANSAS
(3303 Pinnacle Hills Parkway) 
I-540 Exit 83
(479)254-8400

Show Hours:
Friday & Saturday
9 am - 9 pm
Washington County Fairgrounds
Fayetteville, Arkansas
(2536 N. McConnell Ave)
I-540/Exit 66
*3 days/16th-18th

Show hours:
Thur - Sat
9am - 6pm

Spring 2016 Craft Fair Dates

Friday, May 6 Saturday, May 7 Sunday, May 8

On Friday, May 6 all of the Spring Arts & Crafts Festivals will open.  The Spring shows include The Ozark Regional Arts & Crafts Show; Art on the Creek, Spanker Creek Farm Arts & Crafts Festival, The Frisco Station Mall Arts & Crafts Show, and Sharp's Show of War Eagle

Saturday, May 7 is a busy day for the Spring Craft shows, as all of the fairs are open.  The Ozark Regional Arts & Crafts Showlocated at the NW Arkansas Convention Center in Springdale, will conclude, so be sure to visit today! On Sunday, May 8, all of the remaining Spring Shows includingArt on the Creek, Spanker Creek Farm Arts & Crafts Festival, Frisco Station Mall Arts & Crafts Show, and Sharp's Show of War Eagle will end.   See you in the Fall!

 

 

Most of the Spring fairs will run through Sunday.  Keep in mind that all of our fairs are open - rain or shine! 

Click on the links above for information about each of the fairs, and click on the map above to see the location.  NWA has many lodging and dining opportunities - click on the links above to help you plan your stay!

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