Apr 19, 2024 - Things to Do

Your weekend plans: Strawberries, art and sports

Illustration of a latte with "weekend" written in the foam.

Illustration: Maura Losch/Axios

Get out on this fine April weekend.

🍓 Strawberry Festival — The annual festival returns where you and the kids get to pick your own strawberries while enjoying music, food, bumper cars, a barn-chute slide and train rides. It starts this weekend at McGarrah Farms' Rivercrest Orchard in Fayetteville.

Hours are 10am-6pm Saturday and noon-6pm Sunday each weekend through May 19. Get tickets for $16.

ğŸŽ¨ Art Market — Shop from local artists in the art market area at the Bentonville Farmers Market, 7:30am-1pm Saturday on the downtown square.

ğŸ¥Ž Game days — The Arkansas Razorbacks softball team plays a three-game homestand against Alabama at 6pm today, 8pm Saturday and 1pm Sunday at Bogle Park. Get tickets for $10.

  • The Northwest Arkansas Naturals entertain the Midland Rockhounds at 7pm today, 6pm Saturday and 2pm Sunday at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale. Get tickets for $9-$15.
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