Little Rock, AR welcomes Elvis to the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library. In partnership with Graceland, the Clinton Library is featuring a wonderful exhibit of memorabilia from Elvis’s extensive career. The red MB from “Blue Hawaii” and shirt from “Jailhouse Rock” .
A pictorial exhibit developed by the Smithsonian Institute, Elvis at 21, Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer, provide 40 insightful views of a talented young man on his way to history.
The activities begin Friday, May 27 around 6 PM and finish LATE Sunday, May 29th. With acts like Poison, Big Smith, BareNaked Ladies, Nelly, and the Charlie Daniels Band, there is something for everyone.
Need something to do between shows? Hit the Kid Zone. Run a 5K. There is even a gaming area to show your skills!
Anyway you look at it, Riverfest is what is happening in Little Rock for Memorial Day Weekend.
Little Rock offers so many wonderful options, and because of the size of the city, relatively close together.
Like the outdoors? Climb Pinnacle Mountain in the morning and rent a bike in the afternoon. Walk the River Path and enjoy the beauty of the Arkansas River – from the middle. The Big Damn Bridge offers an incredible view!
Big name concerts play a Verizon Arena all the time, pick a favorite and spend time in the River Market while you’re waiting. Live music abounds at Little Rocks restaurants and clubs. The Ark. Repertory Theater presents wonderful traveling shows. We even have a long standing dinner theater called Murry’s for those who want a taste of local actors!
Love museums? The Arkansas Art Center, Historic Arkansas Museum, William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Museum, (to name just a few!) can easily fill several days.
Spring has come early to Little Rock. The azaleas and dogwood are blooming. Trees all over the city are leafing out and green is certainly the color of the month. With temperatures reaching into the mid 80′s this weekend, it feels more like May than April. In a beautiful historic neighborhood, we have a front row seat.
Sitting on the front porch, I am grateful for the beautiful homes cloaked in blossoms and color. The warmth for the early spring can change a dreary morning into a dazzling day, full of promises of adventure.
The Arkansas Traveler Baseball is 14 days from opening day! Dickey-Stephens Park is working around the clock to ensure that Opening Day is spectacular. Baseball always brings to mind breezy nights with a hot dog and drink watching the players on the field and the kids in the stands. It has something for everyone.
Minutes from the Ballpark, we provide a return to simpler days in a historic neighborhood. Plan your trip to see the Travelers play and let us make that memory even more special at Robinwood.
Most of us grew up reading the amazing stories of a rhyming Dr Suess. My favorite was always GREEN EGGS AND HAM.
I could never get enough books to keep me busy. Well, right now Dr. Suess is in Little Rock at the Clinton Library in a very special way. His art and times are on display. Most of us were never aware of the wonderful political satire of Theodor Seuss Geisel. The genius of his art makes it timeless. Stay ten minutes away in a wonderfully quiet neighborhood, and don’t miss the wonderful exhibit, here until May 22, 2011
Looking for something interesting and different to do this week? Try the Dr Jon Taylor Comedy Hypnosis Show on Thursday March 10, 2011. It’s at MacArthur Museum of Ar Military History and it’s FREE!! You do need to make a reservation to attend, so send your name and number of guests to firstname.lastname@example.org .
We are sixteen days from the Little Rock Marathon. On March 6, 2011, the race will be on!
in 2010, 8,700 people joined the race. Located just 2 blocks from the 10 mile water stop, Robinwood is an active participant in the fun. We will be at the water stop cheering on the runners. Come join us. Whether you are a runner or just want to watch, Robinwood is located just minutes from the starting area. If you’ve never experienced something like this, it is an incredible site to watch this many athletes at so many levels working so hard to finish their race.
This historic neighborhood comes out in numbers to watch and give out water. You can’t have more fun than we have helping out such a wonderful event.
With temperatures in the mid 60′s today, and 70′s tomorrow, we are reminded that winter will not last forever. Very soon the flower’s will bloom and the days will be longer. Walking by the Arkansas River will be a wonderful treat.
Robinwood is only 20 blocks from the River, and a short distance to the River Market. Make plans now to watch the azaleas bloom in a beautifully restored neighborhood.
If you have to travel on Christmas night, it can feel very lonely. This year, we are inviting you to join us and our neighbors for appetizers and wine at Robinwood B&B. Or if you are already in town, but need to get a break from family activities, leave the kids with the grandparents, grab a room with a Jacuzzi, and relax in luxury.
I hope you’ll call us and make a reservation soon.