Located on the historic Court Square • Pocahontas, Arkansas • U.S.A.

Randolph County Heritage Museum

Established 2006

A Subsidiary of Five Rivers Historic Preservation, Inc.

Free Admission

The Museum Is Open:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
and open the second Saturday of each month 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

George Jared will be talking about his new book A Whisper in the Willows: Who Killed Amanda Tusing, a story about the unsolved murder of a college student near Dell in 2000.

Randolph County
Heritage Museum
Presents the 2018
SUMMER LECTURE SERIES
Lectures are held at Mondays 6:30 p.m. in the museum’s Joe Martin Annex
Refreshments Will Be Served

  • August 20: George Jared will discuss his new book A Whisper in the Willows: Who Killed Amanda Tusing, a story about the unsolved murder of a college student near Dell in 2000. The book also includes the Karen Swift murder case.
  • August 27: Rodney Harris, PhD, Assistant Professor of History, Williams Baptist University and Director of the Randolph County Heritage Museum, will talk about Baptist education in Northeast Arkansas: Maynard Academy, Jonesboro Baptist College, and Williams Baptist University and its founding in Pocahontas.
  • September 10: James Damon, President of Five Rivers Historic Preservation, Inc., will provide a look at World War I.
  • September 17: Jake Foster will speak about the first supermarkets in Pocahontas. You will not want to miss this!

Save the date! A night for the museum. Saturday, October 27th at The Rendezvous Event Center, downtown Pocahontas. Dinner, entertainment by Tom & Hebron, live auction, and silent auction. All proceeds go to support the museum.