As part of the NPS Fall Festival, but taking place at the Fort Smith Museum of History at 320 Rogers Avenue, on Saturday September 28th at 11:00 a.m., re-enactors Floyd and Sue Robinson, who portray Judge and Mrs. Parker, will present a program about the family of Judge Isaac C. Parker. Artifacts of the Parker family will be on display.
Self-guided tours will be available on the 28th at the Fort Smith Museum of History from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. for regular admission prices.
Cost: Adults (16 and up), $7.00; Children 6-15, $2.00; children under 6 are free. Free to UAFS Students and members of the Fort Smith Museum of History.
Come join us for downtown Fort Smith’s BIGGEST event of the year! Fort Smith National Historic Site, in partnership with Fort Smith Museum of History, Fort Smith Trolley Museum, Judgement Town, and the River Valley Artisan Market are all taking part in the 2nd Annual Fort Smith Fall Festival. Historic lectures, trolley rides, Old West shootouts, kids area, prizes, a car show, living history encampments, Civil War weapons firings (Cannon, cavalry, and infantry!) dozens of vendors selling arts and crafts, a trial reenactment in Judge Parker’s courtroom, an antique tractor show, and a Civil War dance are just a FEW of the things happening! Combine this event with the Downtown Farmers Market, Belle Starr Antiques ‘Fall Fling’, and dedication of the Hall of Honor at the U.S. Marshals Museum…and you have an all day event for the entire family to enjoy!!! The event runs 10-4. Come join us! Most events are FREE to the public. For more information contact Park Ranger Cody Faber at 479-226-3727 or Cody_Faber@nps.gov