Eureka Springs Food & Wine Weekend was started in 1993 and continues in 2013, with most restaurants participating in this food lover's event. All categories of restaurants are involved, offering everyone something to taste; either a 6 course meal with wine pairings, to a flight of wines. For a full itinerary of events, go to http://www.eurekaspringsfoodandwine.com.
Celebrating the theme of Home and Hearth in the November Gallery Stroll in Eureka Springs, Eureka Thyme will feature fine artists Les Brandt and Mark Rademacher. Les currently lives and works in his studio in the deep woods of Madison County, Arkansas, where he creates primarily in wood.We also proudly showcase Mark Rademacher, long-time Eureka Springs resident and artist, who produces one-of-a-kind pieces in clay and wood. For details, go to http://www.EurekaThyme.com jor call 479-363-9600.
The Ham Radio and Little Switzerland Amateur Radio Club will have their monthly meeting at noon, on Nov. 8, at Pizza Hut in Eureka Springs. All of those interested in radio are invited to attend. For more information email email@example.com.
Join panelists Zeek Taylor, Carol Dickie, John Rankine, and Wendi LaFey on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the ESSA campus and learn about their experiences in establishing themselves as artists in Northwest Arkansas and beyond. Topics will include lively conversation in the morning session of spontaneous question and answer discussions with this noted panel. At noon a catered lunch will be served, followed by a 1 p.m. session with Kate Wicker of Geographics, sharing attention grabbing ideas for designing rack cards and brochures. From 2 - 4 p.m., Edward Robison of Sacred Earth Gallery will focus on building and designing your own website. Register now. Space is limited and the registration fee is $40 for the entire day. For details, go to www.essa-art.org or call 479-253-5384.
The Nov. 15 Poetluck at Dairy Hollow Writers Colony at 515 Spring St. will feature resident writer Joan Baril, who hails from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Baril will be followed by local writers, who are invited to read their work for up to four minutes each. Everyone is welcome at Poetluck, which takes place every third Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow, 515 Spring Street, Eureka Springs, Ark. Readings follow a pot-luck dinner, so bring a dish and settle in for an entertaining evening. For details, call 479-253-7444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veterans and artists who want to participate in the Art Show should contact Lezley Foley at 479-253-5423 or email email@example.com. We invite those Veterans and Artists to come display their art and memorabilia that is either created by or honors Veterans. For more information about the entire Veterans Day Weekend events planned, please visit Eureka Springs Veterans Day Parade on Facebook or call Sue Glave at 479-253-6601 or cell 580-399-5887.
A three-dimensional piece, "Circle of Friends," by Eureka Springs Artist Zeek Taylor, has been selected for exhibition in this year's 38th Toys Designed by Artists Exhibition at the Arkansas Arts Center. Taylor's work will be among artwork by artists from around the world selected for the exhibition. This juried exhibition challenges artists to take the concept of "toy" and make a personal expression, a piece of art. The Toys Designed by Artists Exhibition will be on display Nov. 21 through Jan. 6. The Arkansas Arts Center is located at 501 E. Ninth St., Little Rock, Arkansas.