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The flowers are abloom, so it's time to head to Wye Mountain for the annual Daffodil Festival. The festival, sponsored by the Wye Mountain United Methodist Church, runs through March 19 at Wye Mountain on Highway 113. Vendors and concessions stands will be set up March 11-12 and March 18-19, and visitors can enjoy seven acres of daffodils, local arts and crafts, barbecue, soft drinks and more. Free parking is available. From Little Rock, take Highway 10 past Lake Maumelle, turn right on Highway 113 and drive six miles, where the field will be blooming on the left side of the road.

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