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Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014
Note: Regular, ongoing meetings are listed in the section below specific date events, and that section is updated frequently. Many ongoing meetings have special speakers/events; be sure to check that section. SEPTEMBER 30...
Pet of the Week
This large, very handsome, 1-year-old, tan lab and pit bull mix is Buddy (No.110). He's very social able, good with other dogs, walks well on a leash and is almost housebroken. He's not hyperactive and is very affectionate. Buddy is a great pet and a loyal companion. ...
Annual Picnic A "Roaring" Success (09/24/14)
When the families of Eureka Springs' two landmark hotels get together it is -- excuse the pun -- historic. More than 200 employees and their families came together recently to enjoy the annual picnic of the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa and the 1905 Basin Park Hotel. This year the event was held at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge...
Quilters Put Creativity on the Line (09/24/14)
Pat Wilson remembers the moment she was inspired to take up quilting. It was in the early 1980s, when she and her spouse were planning to move to the Ozarks. Driving down Old Highway 71 after looking for property, she looked out of the car window and saw a quilt hanging on a clothesline...
Bikes, Views and Barbecue: Ice House is draw for bikers (09/24/14)
Last year, Joey Arceneaux and his girlfriend, Carolyn, rode their bike from Dallas to Eureka Springs during Bikes, Blues and Barbecue. Arriving at 2 Wheels on the Pig Trail on Highway 23 South, they told owner Elise Hageman that they wanted to get married. Wearing leathers, they were united in matrimony on the deck by the bartender, Jeremy Byington, who is a licensed minister. Witnesses were the other customers, who joined in the celebration afterwards...
All-new 'Voices' to be heard at Silent City (09/24/14)
The Eureka Springs Historical Museum will host its sixth annual "Voices from Eureka's Silent City" cemetery walking tour on the third and fourth Friday and Saturday in October, (Oct. 17,18, 24 and 25) In addition, there will also be performances on Thursday, Oct. 16 this year. The living history tours feature live actors in period costumes telling the stories of the early citizens of Eureka Springs...
Track resurfacing project may be delayed, architects tell school board (09/24/14)
EUREKA SPRINGS -- Several issues of concern may extend the time it takes to resurface the middle school track, Laura and Charlie Morrison of Morrison Architecture told the Eureka Springs School Board Thursday. In July, the board approved the project to resurface the track and replace concrete in front of the bleachers and light poles. The project was in last year's and this year's budgets, Superintendent David Kellogg said...
Citizen of the Week
Citizen of the Week
Danny Cameron is this week's Citizen of the Week. Mr. Cameron has been volunteering and accomplishing good works for more than 18 years -- here in Eureka Springs, in Magazine, Greenwood and Green Forest. His willingness to make things happen is inspiring...
What do YOU think?
Would you consider going to the circus Nov. 5 at Lake Leatherwood Park?
Yes, I think we should support the people in the show who've developed the skills it takes to do the things they do.
If I have time, sure. I'd go.
Yes, yes I would. It'd be great.
Well, I grew up loving the circus, and I only ran away with three of them.
No, I'm afraid of clowns.
Yes, I would take my grandkids, too.
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