February 28-29, March 1

Wildwood’s annual deep-winter festival celebrates the first full moon of the lunar new year. Held over three magical evenings, guests are transported to far away lands and times as they stroll through the beautifully lit pathways of Wildwood’s gardens. Cultural vistas feature live entertainment, food, drink, games and more throughout the Park’s Butler Arboretum and inside the Lucy Lockett Cabe Festival Theatre.


March 27 – April 5

Wildwood Park for the Arts and Praeclara join forces again to bring a new Main Stage to the Cabe Festival Theatre. Set in New York City on the eve of the historic financial collapse of 2008, Schwartz & Trebelak’s famous musical Godspell brings the gospel of Matthew to colorful life in a unique retelling of the parables and life of Christ. This production features some of the most incredible talents in Arkansas from the band to the singer-actors on stage. This musical is sure to be a hit with the whole family.

Junior Naturalists Spring Break Camp 2020

Enrich and enliven your child’s spring break during a day camp led by Central Arkansas Master Naturalists. Campers ages 7-12 enjoy a week hiking Wildwood’s winding trails, playing outdoor games, and learning about animals, reptiles, plants and insects native to Arkansas as well as basic outdoor skills. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. March 23-27, 2020. For more information, please contact Ryn Davies at

These classes, along with private lessons in voice, piano, violin, and more, are being offered as part of our new education initiative!

A welcomed addition to the West Little Rock community, the West Little Rock Performing Arts Academy strives to become a leader in the development of arts-based programs that serves the families of our community. Our Mission is to make a difference in the lives of our students, audience, and our community through the power and beauty of the Arts.

The WLR Performing Arts Academy, under the leadership of professional musicians and artists, will provide a definitive standard of excellence in curriculum design, assessment, performance training, and arts-based social programs.

Providing one-on-one studio instruction, ample opportunities for solo and ensemble performances, and small group instruction in choral music, dance, fitness, and a host of discipline-specific subjects, the WLR Performing Arts Academy seeks to support and enhance the artistic lives of our closest neighbors and the wider arts community of which we are privileged to be a part.

To register, or for more information, call (501) 821-7275.