We’re up to something in 2020

The new year will bring change for the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB). And it’s all good. A new look As the destination marketing organization for North Little Rock, we are excited to announce that we will debut a new brand in January 2020, hitting the ground running with a new creative…

Argenta Plaza officially opens to 10,000 at Northern Lights Festival

The newest addition to downtown North Little Rock’s landscape, Argenta Plaza, successfully opened on Saturday, November 30, as part of the city’s annual Northern Lights Festival. The event was organized and hosted by the City of North Little Rock and the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau, with support from Argenta Community Theater, Argenta…

Arkansas Travelers announce 2020 schedule

The Arkansas Travelers have announced their schedule for the upcoming 2020 season including start times for all 70 home games.  Dickey-Stephens Park will be the site for the season opener as the Travs open at home against the reigning league champion Amarillo Sod Poodles.  Game time on Thursday April 9th is set for 7:10 p.m. Of the 140 game…

Picture This: Capturing History Through the Camera Lens

Explore an extensive collection of cameras at the North Little Rock Heritage Center‘s latest exhibit, “Picture This: Capturing History Through the Camera Lens.” This free exhibit at the North Little Rock Heritage Center features the camera collection of local photographer Jim Billings. Using Billings’ extensive collection and expertise, the exhibit explores the history of cameras…

The countdown begins: Northern Lights Festival

There will be plenty to do in North Little Rock over Thanksgiving weekend, and the highlight will be the free, family-friendly Northern Lights Festival on Saturday, November 30, 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Hosted by the City of North Little Rock, North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau, North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, Argenta…

Simmons Bank to assume naming rights to Verizon Arena Oct. 3

On Thursday, Oct. 3, Simmons Bank will assume naming rights to Verizon Arena, which will become Simmons Bank Arena. The event comes nearly a year after the bank’s November 2018 announcement of a $10.5 million deal to acquire naming rights to the 18,000 seat multi-purpose arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas.  New branding will be…