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Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014
Welcome (05/29/08)
You've picked the perfect month to come to Eureka Springs! June gives you the best of everything. It's warm enough to splash and swim in the lakes and rivers, but not too hot to enjoy a leisurely stroll through the streets.   As you flip through the pages of this edition, you'll see a rich variety of activities. For the adventurous, outdoor adventures include hiking, fishing, swimming, or even a cave tour...
June Calendar of Events (05/29/08)
May 29-June 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blues Weekend City Auditorium and venues around town June 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XTERRA Off-Road Triathlon Lake Leatherwood City Park...
Attractions (05/29/08)
If you've come to Eureka Springs for a festival or two, then you'll be pleasantly surprised by all the regular attractions in the area.   Here for the music? Take an extra evening or two and check out the Pine Mountain Jamboree or Ozark Mountain Hoe-Down; both have evolved over the years beyond the traditional country music show, with special segments of new country, old favorites, gospel, bluegrass, patriotic, lots of comedy and more...
Art (05/29/08)
Considering the relatively small size of Eureka Springs, this city has a wonderful number and variety of galleries. Even if you never buy a thing, touring the galleries of Eureka Springs will provide visitors with many hours of pleasure. But we have a hunch that if you give yourself a chance, a one-of-a-kind artwork will speak to you...
Soar with the War Birds (05/29/08)
War Birds Over Arkansas will excite anyone who has ever enjoyed radio-controlled aircraft.   Over the span of four days, June 12-15, Hammer Field will welcome any scale remote-controlled planes, from WW I, WW II, the Golden Era, and vintage aircraft to 1945...
Dining (05/29/08)
When you travel, food is part of the fun, especially in the Eureka Springs area. It's more than just fuel for the body, and it should be! You may enjoy lunch looking over the streets of the city. The sun setting over the lake brings out the flavors of a leisurely dinner and a glass of wine. So be sure and plan a little time in your schedule to enjoy the many places here to enjoy food and drink. Our town is the home of quite an array of restaurants...
10th Annual Pow Wow at Turpentine Creek (05/29/08)
For Father's Day weekend, give Dad an experience the entire family will love: a day at the annual Native American Festival and Pow-wow, June 13-15, on the grounds of Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.   In addition to the spellbinding performance of native dance, the weekend also offers craft booths, drumming, artists, wildlife exhibits and a Color Guard. ...
Massage (05/29/08)
Want the secret to a great vacation? Don't wait for your stress to drip away, day by day. Get a massage on your first day and blast away that tension. Local therapists agree that a spa treatment at the beginning of your getaway will relax you, enabling you to truly enjoy your stay. ...
It's yours to discover...Historic North Main (05/29/08)
XTERRA (05/29/08)
On Saturday, June 7, athletes from a twelve-state region will converge on Eureka Springs for a day of off-road competition that only XTERRA can dish out! With the most significant topography between the Appalachians and the Rockies, the Ozark Mountains set the backdrop for one of the most challenging racecourses in the region...
Come downtown and 'Dance in the Park after Dark' (05/29/08)
Having the blues ain't necessarily a bad thing. Come have some blues and get your feet moving on the evening of Friday, June 13, while you Dance in the Park after Dark. The porterdavis band will play for FREE at Basin Springs Park from 8-10 p.m. This ain't your run-of-the-mill blues trio. ...
Beatlegras mixes it up (05/29/08)
An unusual mixture of Beatles music and bluegrass comes to town at 8 p.m. on June 13. Beatlegras, a Texas trio just back from tour dates in Ireland, will be playing at the City Auditorium.   "This isn't your same old Beatles band," said Dave Walser, founder of the innovative group. The trio shakes up Beatles music with infusions of bluegrass and jazz, topped off with a classical twist...
Walking tours of Eureka (05/29/08)
In this fitness-conscious world, one of the best places to walk for exercise is Eureka Springs. There are tree-shaded sidewalks, springs, caves, stone bluffs, historic houses, the downtown shopping district, all sorts of things to look at during your stroll...
Eureka shows off her bloomers (05/29/08)
Spring has exploded with life in this Victorian resort town in the heart of the Ozarks and the city is responding by unveiling her gardening secrets to strangers. "Eureka Shows Off Her Bloomers," an old-fashioned garden tour, is set for June 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m...
Top ten new adventures to try in June (05/29/08)
  10. Sleep with the windows open. Even when it gets summery-warm during the day, the nights cool off nicely. Listen to whippoorwills and cicadas instead of that noisy air-conditioner.   9. Take a drive. Sure, you probably drove to get here, and you'll be driving when you leave, but it's different when you don't have a particular destination. Wander without a destination!...
Berryville (05/29/08)
Just to the east of Eureka Springs, the city of Berryville offers something unique for visitors. The Saunders Museum, located off the Public Square, houses an amazing collection of historic guns and other items from the frontier period. Dominating the Square is the Heritage Center Museum, with exhibits dedicated to the city's history. The third story preserves the courtroom, which dates back to the 1880s...
Lucky 13 lights up the night (05/29/08)
Another outdoor movie season starts Sunday, June 15 as the Lucky 13 Starlight Cinema presents a great double feature! Bring lawn chairs or pillows to the parking lot at 1 N. Main St., where movies will be projected onto the wall of the Basin Spring Bath House Building...
Next Month (05/29/08)
Even if this was your first trip to Eureka Springs, it should come as no surprise that many visitors come back again and again.   When we ease into the full-fledged summertime in July, the rivers and lakes provide even more recreational opportunities. Swim, sail, paddle, or fish in some of the most beautiful places on the planet...
Nature's playground awaits in Eureka Springs West (05/29/08)
How do you imagine the perfect summer day? Is it slow, leisurely fishing on the White River, watching deer and squirrels scampering along the bank, or chasing down fun on a jet ski or boat, zipping through the waves on Beaver Lake? Maybe it's a family outing with swimming and snorkeling, then a picnic lunch picked up from that great restaurant just a few miles away, or a day of shopping and watching artists work, followed by a sunset horseback ride. ...
Music to make your spirits soar (05/29/08)
Opera in the Ozarks is an opportunity for anyone to enjoy this art form. Don't be put off if you've never quite connected with opera. An evening at Inspiration Point will give you an entirely different perspective. With the singers and the orchestra so close to the audience, you'll feel a part of the production. These timeless tales have universal themes, which explains why they are still performed and loved...