• Laughing Stock Farm

    Josh and Anna Hardin are the owners and operators of LSF. We have been growing and building our sustainable model for the last 3 years at our Sheridan farm. Prior to purchasing the new farm, I spent the last 15 years marketing in central Arkansas for our family's 5th generation vegetable and row crop farm.


  • Sun Harvest Honey

    Pat Cullivan's interest in beekeeping began in 2008 when he joined the Central Arkansas Beekeepers' Association and bought his first hive. As his production grew, he began selling his honey under the label Sun Harvest Honey. SHH now consists of 36 hives located in North Little Rock and Lonoke county, all still managed by Pat. The honey is raw, unfiltered and 100% pure. Try it and see--we think you'll love Sun Harvest Honey!

  • Veteran's Recycling

    Veteran's Recycling takes old computers, printers, batteries, electronics, cardboard, metals and other materials that would otherwise end up in the dump and repurpose or properly dispose of them. You can drop off e-waste, batteries and electronics at The Locals and Veterans Recycling will pick it up and share reports with us of the amount of waste diverted from our pick-up location.

  • Conway Symphony Orchestra

    The Conway Symphony Orchestra exists to create meaningful experiences through performances and education. The Conway Symphony Orchestra is unique in many ways. We provide our pre-professional musicians an unparalleled opportunity to play alongside professionals in an orchestra setting.

  • Independent Living Services

    Independent Living Services is a nonprofit agency whose purpose is to assist in making a better life possible for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities in central Arkansas. Independent Living Services recognizes each person as different and provides an array of services to best meet individual needs and maximize choice. 

  • Juicy Lucy

    Once upon an amazing time there were 3 women friends who loved the plants and animals and stones of Earth, loved the splashes of color in all the growing, blooming things, loved the music of the sky by day and night and loved to gather weekly to share their dreams and dramas.  The 3 women found that this love they had for life began to change them from the inside out.  They got bolder and louder and juicier and helped each other think new thoughts and imagine new possibilities. 

  • Tammy Sue's Critters

    We are a small family farm on the Pulaski - Faulkner county line. We raise French Alpine dairy goats, honeybees and chickens. We use the fresh raw milk from our goats to make bath and beauty products. We use the wax from the bees to make additional products. It is our desire to create fine quality products using natural ingredients. We have a great passion for what we are doing, and  believe in providing an affordable product that will nuture your body.

  • Maria's Home Made Country Fare

    Maria’s Homemade Country Fare offers a product line of fresh jams and jellies, breads baked in a jar and a wide variety of candies. All of Maria’s products are prepared in her certified kitchen using the freshest ingredients. Her focus is on growing their own produce or purchasing from the local market, attempting to maintain chemical-free products whenever possible. There is no corn-syrup used in the making of any of her jams, butters, salsa, chow-chow.

  • The Twisted Purl

    As the owner and fiber artist of The Twisted Purl, Cyndi Minister has been producing handspun yarn and other handmade fiber creations since the start of 2007.  Her passion for handmade yarn and fibers began after not seeing the color combinations and textures she wanted to see in the market.  Now, The Twisted Purl is on a mission to fill the world with handspun yarn and handmade fiber goodies.

  • Scratch

    A project that began as a summer church fundraiser soon turned into a hobby for me, and now I make and sell my oilcloth aprons and bibs at a variety of venues and craft fairs, one of which brought me to The Locals.

    Being in my kitchen is something else I enjoy and am currently selling some of my jams, jellies, and bread here at The Locals. I make my jellies and jams from locally grown fruit, and all of my jelly is made from juice I make myself, with the exception of my wine jelly, which is made from homemade muscadine wine. My breads are made using a sourdough starter that was given to me in 2006.

  • Urban Farm Project

    The Urban Farm Project is a demonstration and educational garden for the community of Conway and surrounding areas. It is located behind the Faulkner County Library on 1900 Tyler St. Volunteers get together once or twice a week to grow food with sustainable practices. We celebrate to local food festivals a year: Backyard Gourmet in the Spring and Urban Farm Fest in the Fall. Most of the food grown is donated to the St. Peter's food pantry.

  • Toadsuck, Shakespeare & Co Press

    The cult-classic, cutting-edge small press Shakespeare & Co., Toad Suck was established in 2011 with the mission of publishing one innovative book per year by a voice that Burns Burns Burns! Shakespeare and Company, Toad Suck books are designed and marketed by Mark Spitzer, in homage to the legendary work of George Whitman’s incarnation of Shakespeare & Company in Paris.

  • Doña Estela

    Doña Estela makes beef, chicken, jalapeño cheese, and vegetarian tamales (carrots, peas, potatoes, okra and celery). You can place orders at The Locals anytime, deliveries are on Fridays.

  • The Lantern Theatre

    Conway Community Arts Association (CCAA) endeavors to be a culturally enriching community presence by providing professional, dynamic, and unique theatrical experiences. CCAA has been a vital part of Conway and Faulkner County for over thirty-five years. Anyone interested in becoming more involved, either by working on a production or making a financial donation, is encouraged to contact us.

  • Geek Eats

    At Geek Eats, we're passionate about food. We love flavor and are always searching for new combinations that will tingle your taste buds. All our products are proudly made in North Little Rock, Arkansas.

  • Style by Shanna

    Style By Shanna is a mother-daughter fiber artisan team from Gravel Ridge, Arkansas. Shanna has been crocheting for 27 years, knitting for 3 years, and loom knitting for 2 years.  Her mother Beverly has been crocheting for over 50 years.

  • The Rusted Hen

    Like most artists, I have been drawing and making art since before I can remember.  I continue to dabble in a variety of media, but work primarily as a painter and illustrator.  I have always lived in Arkansas, a place I love for its natural spaces.  My family loves the outdoors, so I have enjoyed the lifelong love of nature.  Most of my work reflects this love, not just because of nature's beauty, but due to the affect that the environment has on us as human beings.  I seek to make visible the emotional component that is satisfied through experiencing the natural world.

  • Ratchford Farms

    We offer various cuts of buffalo, elk, venison, beef and wild boar along with honeys, jams, jellies and sustainably grown fruits and vegetables. Visit our website at http://ratchfordfarms.com/

  • Carroll Williams

    Author Carroll Williams grew up in Bauxite and Benton, Arkansas. He is a veteran of the United States Air Force and has worked in the aerospace industry as an electronic flight control technician. He earned his Bachelor's degree in History at the University of Miami in Coral Gables Florida and earned his Master's degree in History at the University of Denver.

  • Gathering Place

    Here at the Gathering Place @ Meadowcreek we are a certified naturally grown farm for sustainable & healthy living. This is our fifth year in growing healthy food for our community. We have just relocated from Jacksonville, AL to Fox, AR. We are excited to embark on this new journey with a whole new atmosphere & a new set of friends. Being keepers of the land is not just a job for us, but a mission & life. 

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