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Ring in the holidays and explore our secret season (11/28/07)
Familiar tunes waft through the air, the shops are bright and busy, and twinkling lights fill the night. The holiday season has arrived in Eureka Springs, and the gift bag is packed with special events for everyone; take your choice of concerts this season, from traditional choral music to be-boppin' swing or even the haunting strains of Native American flute. ...
Winter Calendar of Events (11/28/07)
Tummy Ticklers shop downtown Dec. 8-9Sweet Treats Cookie Tour, selected bed and breakfasts around town Best Western Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center...
Homes tour highlights history, beauty (11/28/07)
Ever wanted to peek inside those gorgeous Victorian homes on Spring Street? You'll get your chance on Sat., Dec. 1, with the 25th annual Candlelight Tour of Homes, presented by the Eureka Springs Preservation Society. The tour lasts from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., and features fourteen different homes and businesses along Spring Street in downtown Eureka Springs. ...
"The Art of Eureka" (11/28/07)
"Life after Katrina was an opportunity to start anew," Hooks said of making his way to Eureka Springs. For someone who grew up in the French Quarter of New Orleans, the eclectic, colorful and artistic town fits his own personality like a glove. 7 Center St...
Celebrate the season with music (11/28/07)
No matter what tunes soothe your savage breast, there's plenty of live music happening for the holidays, from swing to country, time-honored carols to Native American tradition. So buy a ticket, pull up a chair, and let the music sweep you into that easygoing holiday mood...
Dining Indulge with favorite tastes (11/28/07)
Food is one of the best perks from the holiday season, from Christmas ham to tasty pumpkin pie. Indulge in your favorite foods this season at area restaurants, or cleanse your palate with something different, like the sunny tastes of the Mediterranean, spicy flavors of Tex-Mex, or hearty Czech-German meals guaranteed to banish winter's chill. ...
Grab those beads for Eureka's own Mardi Gras (11/28/07)
It's been a month since New Year's Eve, and everyone has the same thought: we need another party! Pull out that feathered mask and get ready for some beads with Eureka Springs' own Mardi Gras celebration, Thurs., Jan. 31 through Tues., Feb. 5.   This year's theme is the 'Land of Oz,' and the fun kicks off Thursday evening with the Coronation Gala, 6 p.m. ...
Champagne, contemplation mark New Year's Eve events (11/28/07)
Ring in 2008 with music, food, and a touch of the bubbly, or spend it in quiet contemplation of faith; either way, the start of a new year is something to celebrate. For partygoers, special events and live music will be featured at many of the town's clubs and lounges, but for those who don't have a designated driver, two hotels offer lodging/party packages, so celebrants can have the best of both worlds...
Bust that stress with massage (11/28/07)
Shopper's cramp, sore feet, tension headache: the holidays usually leave some not-so-jolly reminders behind. Give the gift of relaxation to yourself, and let all that stress melt away with an hour of soothing massage at a local day spa. Been really good this year? Go for the whole package, with revitalizing facial, and maybe even the body-balancing serenity of raindrop therapy, with several essential oils. ...
Raise a toast for Robert Burns Night (11/28/07)
Celtic souls come together to celebrate Scotland's favorite son and poet during Robert Burns Night, Jan. 25-26 at the Crescent Hotel. Each evening begins with a 5:30 p.m. social hour with cash bar, followed by a mighty four-course dinner with roast beef, along with the presentation of the haggis, a dish that shares characteristics with poetry in which neither should be seen in the making, but experienced in their final glory...
Tying the knot in Eureka Springs (11/28/07)
The holidays are a favorite time for couples to declare their love, from Christmas and New Year's Eve weddings to Valentine's Day ceremonies. Eureka Springs has all the ingredients for that perfect wedding or commitment ceremony; area wedding planners can help with the flowers, cake, music and the perfect location, whether you wish to tie the knot atop a hill overlooking the town, or in a richly decorated Victorian home. ...
All fun, no crowds at area attractions (11/28/07)
Think there's nothing to do during the winter months? Think again! Many attractions are open year round, and winter is best for learning about the area's rich heritage and history, or to explore the great outdoors. Winter also means fewer crowds, less waiting time and more fun for everyone! Start off with a tour around town that delves into Victorian history and the paranormal. ...
Top ten ways to stay warm this winter (11/28/07)
Special holiday bonus! Stay warm this winter knowing that we love having you all here; Happy Holidays, and have a wonderful 2008!...
Start new holiday traditions in Eureka Springs West (11/28/07)
The leaves may be gone from the trees, but there's still plenty to do in Eureka Springs West. The fish are biting, and the hiking trails are crowd-free, so why not start a new tradition for Christmas, New Year's, or Valentine's Day and spend a few days amid Nature's winter beauty? Grab the family and rent a large cabin for the holidays, complete with early morning fishing trips and afternoon sightseeing around Beaver Lake; you might even see a bald eagle or two swooping past to their winter nesting grounds. ...
Unleash that inner cowboy at Bear Mountain Log Cabins (11/28/07)
It was a wedding day to remember: the bride was beautiful, the couple was surrounded by friends and family. Just one thing kept it from being perfect; the groom couldn't take his eyes off the horse mugging behind the minister's back.   "My husband, who performs the weddings, kept snapping his fingers to get the groom's attention," laughed Pat Coffey, who owns Bear Mountain Log Cabins and Stables with her husband, George...
Soar with the birds for Eagle Watch Weekend (11/28/07)
Look, up in the sky! It's a bird; it's a plane; no, wait, it really is a bird. An eagle, in fact. Like many snowbirds, the eagles spend the winter in northwest Arkansas far away from the frigid Canadian winds. Get a closer look and learn more about these majestic birds of prey with the Eagle Watch Weekend, Jan. ...
Coming up in 2008 (11/28/07)
This year may be winding down, but there's a fresh new calendar full of events just waiting for you, whether you're planning a full vacation, or like to take frequent getaways. Come back to Eureka Springs as often as you like, because there's always something exciting going on!...