Our semi-annual music/creativity retreat with Jack Williams. This is one of the highlights of our year…May and October. Our 25th offering to date. Great music/organic food and the most beautiful/unique spot in the Ozarks….Wattle Hollow. Openings for the fall retreat available. Contact www.jackwilliamsmusic.com for more information
THIS IS A GATHERING in soldiarity for Greta Thunberg, the Sunrise Movement and ALL youth Climate Activists. Bring SIGNS and friends. We have invited the PRESS and Media to document the event. We want the world to know that Fayettevile and NWA CARES about the PLANET! Look for the large cardboard elephant.
DUE to icy weather we rescheduled our Cane Hill Show at the Shiloh Museum. It will be the same time and totally FREE and we will give away 100 CD’s at the door, first come first serve. Doors open at 1:30.
Sorry if you came and we were not able to notify you about the change! Spread the word!
The Little Rock Folk Club hosts its concerts at the Hibernia Tavern. We have kicked off their season every Jan. for the past several years and are honored to be bringing our new program about Cane Hill to Little Rock.
IT IS A FREE SHOW....first come first serve and CD Give Away at the door!
This is the GRAND OPENING of our new CANE HILL SHOW. It is FREE to the public and we will be giving away 100 CD's to the first folks in the door (one per family)
Patrons can now reserve up to four tickets per person. Tickets can be reserved in-person at the Walton Arts Center Box Office, by 479.443.5600 or by visiting waltonartscenter.org. If you reserve tickets and cannot attend, we ask that you notify the Box Office so that they can be released for other patrons to use.
We are unveiling our new Cane Hill show at the Cane Hill College for family, friends and fans of Cane Hill. There will be many opportunities to come see this show around the region from Oct. - March. Check out our schedule on the Cane Hill page!
KUAF will be hosting a LIVE Ozarks At Large radio show at the Fayetteville Public Library in the Walker Room. Naturalist/Botanist, Kent Bonar will be featured and Still on the Hill will interview him and play a song they penned for him.
Ozarks At Large begins at noon and Kent's workshop will begin at 2:30.
For many years the OMNI Center has hosted a Rememberance for the victims of Hiroshima/Nagasaki and all victims of war. Still on the Hill will be the master of ceremony and will perform a children's story about weapon escalation, called FEATHERS and FOOLS
Musician Walter Schmidt will unveil a brand new song that he 'crowd sourced' the writing with other writers.