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There is certainly a ring of truth to what these people are saying, but I see a little different side to it. I don't believe there's ever been any scouts around looking to do an episode of "Sex & the City". No, we don't have any "clubs" in the normal sense of the word.

Again, I remind, I live in the hills and the biggest towns around me are Horseshoe Bend, Melbourne, and the Evening Shade/Cave City area. There are dances held at the VFW that are really not that bad. Cherokee Village, which is small-town, has a bar called "The Copper Feather", which has bands on the weekends and gets to jumping a little more than my retired bones can keep up with.

For example, down here in El Dorado, in our downtown area we have 3 different establishments (about to add a fourth) that have live music just about every Friday and Saturday night.

We have our regular local bands, but quite frequently we will get a group from Little Rock or out of Texas or Louisiana to visit and put on a show.

FWIW - and this may not apply to you, OP - I have sons that are 28 and 31 and unmarried.

Their social life does not appear to be lacking in any way, with the disclaimer that they grew up in Arkansas and are still running with the same basic crowd they were running with 20 years ago.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. One of the exceptions is Conway, home to three universities.Other than that, your best bet would be Little Rock, Fayetteville, or possibly Rogers but that might be pushing it.Little's downtown area and 'burb scene..know it's gonna be going on.So, I don't think I'd use the word, "booming",, and ye shall find.One can drink top-shelf, if so motivated, and a large part of the crowd is professional.