In the Ozarks, Fall means two things, Arkansas Razorback Football and Craft Shows! Both are a treasured tradition by many who call the Northwest corner of Arkansas home! Each year these craft shows are held during the third week in October. Last year in 2020 the craft shows were not held due to health and safety concerns for visitors and vendors.

For many, this is the start of the holiday shopping season. Various artists and craftsmen and women have worked all year to bring the best in woodworks, pottery, paintings, home and yard décor, homemade soaps and fragrances, jewelry, and more.

During this four-day event, happening October 14th-17th many will choose to visit the War Eagle Valley for their craft shows. If you are visiting the War Eagle Valley, be sure to stop by War Eagle Mill to visit our General Store and Café. Enjoy a customer favorite, our War Eagle Bean Palace Soup, and War Eagle Mill cornbread, or if you have a sweet tooth indulge in our pecan or peach cobbler.

Be sure to stop by and shop our War Eagle Mill General Store located on the first and second floor of the mill. On the second floor, you will find our sample station. Our team has picked some of our favorite items and recipes to share with you. Speaking of sharing, they say sharing is caring so be sure to pick up an extra as a special gift. Our iconic t-shirts and hats make a great gift for the hard to buy for on your list.

On the first floor, you will find more ideas to get you ready for the upcoming holiday baking season. Shop our Organic flours and Organic pancake mixes, preserves, syrups, BBQ sauces, or salsa. Be sure to check our website, www.wareaglemill.com for inspiring recipes you can make with the baking items you picked up while visiting.

If shopping is not your thing or if you just need to rest your legs, stop by to enjoy some good tunes as our different singer/songwriters inspire you with their raw talent between 10:00-2:00 each day:
October 14th: Sarah Loethen
October 15th: Project 1268
October 16th: Neosho River Boys
October 17th: Tim Brasuell

We look forward to your visit to War Eagle Valley and War Eagle Mill!