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BRINGING LIFE

TO DOWNTOWN FORT SMITH

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DOWNTOWN FORT SMITH ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT

The downtown Fort Smith Entertainment District is where you’ll find some of the city’s best bars, restaurants, and entertainment. From 10am to 2am, patrons of the district can leave a restaurant or bar with a single, commercially branded cup of beer, wine, or mixed drink to be consumed within the boundaries of the district.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

UNDERSTANDING RACIAL MASSACRES IN ARKANSAS AND OKLAHOMA

The Fort Smith Museum of History and 64.6 Downtown collaborate to present Fort Smith native and distinguished speaker, Hannibal B. Johnson to Fort Smith for a discussion on "Understanding Racial Massacres in Arkansas and Oklahoma: Elaine, Catcher, and Tulsa.”

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WHO WE ARE

64.6 Downtown is a nonprofit committed to creating vibrant spaces in downtown Fort Smith through business development, arts and culture, special events and projects, as well as the promotion of attractive amenities, as a means to accelerate development of diverse commerce.


Our aim is to be the conductor at the intersection where the arts, recreation, entertainment, and lifestyle collide to create a vibrant downtown. By awakening the cultural flair of our community, there is increased business & commerce, more jobs, enhanced wages, dynamic residential spaces, an assortment of leisure activities -  amenities that yield a diverse and robust economy…and 64.6 Downtown is the change agent.

WE CAN'T DO WHAT WE DO WITHOUT YOU! 

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Office hours vary; by appointment only.

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64.6 DOWNTOWN IS AN ACCREDITED MAIN STREET

As a Main Street America Affiliate, 64.6 Downtown is part of a national network of more than 1,200 neighborhoods and communities who share both a commitment to creating high-quality places and to building stronger communities through preservation-based economic development.

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