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January

January 3-5
Eureka Springs Paranormal Weekend. The 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa gives ghost hunters the opportunity to investigate “America’s most haunted hotel” --on their own--for three days and two nights. Attendees will investigate this mountaintop spa resort’s “most active” rooms including the “morgue,” to capture evidence of “guests who checked out but never left.”

January 11
9th Annual Kings Day Mardi Gras Kick Off at the Rowdy Beaver Restaurant and Tavern. Open to the General Public. King and Queen and members of the Royal Court consisting of Dukes and Duchesses are introduced. Free food and music for anyone masked or in costume. King Cakes served for dessert. 2014 theme “Eureka Circus”.

January 23-25 
Indie Film Fest. For more information call Teresa DeVito at 479-363-8185 or visit www.esindiefilmfest.com/winterfest

January 24-26
Ozark Mountain Music Festival at the Basin Park Hotel. Festivities will begin on Friday the 24th  at 6pm and will continue with at least 11 acts until Sunday. For more information visit  www.eurekaspringsonline.com

February

February 5
Eureka Gras - Umbrella decorating at the New Delhi at 5:30pm.

February 12
Eureka Gras - Umbrella decorating at the New Delhi at 5:30pm.

February 15
Taste of N’Awlins. Cafe au Lait and Beignets at 2pm at Keels Creek Winery      

February 15
10th Annual Chocolate Lovers' Festival at the Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center 9am - 3pm. For more information visit www.eurekachocfest.org

February 15
3rd Annual Midwinter Hometown Jam at The Auditorium at 7pm. For more information check out www.facebook.com/MidwinterHometownJam

February 19
Eureka Gras - Umbrella decorating at the Eureka Live at 5:30pm.

February 20
Eureka Springs Historical Musuem will host a special reception and presentation for Black History Month. Speakers will include Ms. Froelich and David Zimmermann. The Wetherll painting and some items from the musuem's Black History Month exhibit that focuses on the African American Community in the early days of Eureka Springs will be on display. 

February 20
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

February 22
Eureka Gras Night Parade. Boarding of the Krewe of Krazo Floats from the Krazo Float Den next to Rowdy at 5 pm. Parade begins at 6 pm. After-Parade Second Line dancing at 7pm. Black Lite Ball at Voulez Vous Cabaret at 8pm.

February 27 
Eureka Gras Mardi Gras Hookers & Jokers Ball at the Inn of the Ozarks Best Western Convention Center at 6pm – Cash Bar. Costume Themes: Hookers, Jokers, 2014 Theme “Eureka Circus” Seats are Limited. Costume Contests with prizes. Eureka Gras Buffet with heavy hors d'oeuvres and Indoor Mini Parade.

February 28
Eureka Gras Mardi Gras Coronation Masquerade Ball from 6pm to 10pm at the Crescent Hotel Crystal Ballroom. New Orleans style Mardi Gras Tableau is awesome. Formal attire or costume. King and Queen and Royal Court Promenade and Grand March. Champagne supper buffet and entertainment. By reservation only 479-981-9551.

 

March

March 1
9th Annual Eureka Gras Mardi Gras Parade.  Downtown Spring and Main Streets, Parade rolls at 2 p.m. 
Krewe of Krazo will lead the Eureka Gras Parade. — 2014 Theme “Eureka Circus”.
Walking Groups and “Krewe of Barkus" canine parade. "ALL Eurekans and visitors" are asked to "Dress-out!" and join in the parade.

March 1
Beaux Arts Masquerade Ball at the Basin Park Hotel. Music will be by the wonderful Ultra Suede party band, playing from 8 to 11 PM.  Cash bars open at 7. Tickets are $25 per person.  A table for eight may be reserved for a total of $250. Information or Tickets: information@eurekaspringshistoricalmuseum.org or by phone:  479-253-9417.

March 2
Jazz Brunch New Orleans Style --- 11:30am at the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa — Second Lining and Jazz Entertainment with sumptuous food fareReservations required: 479-253-9652.

March 3 
ArtiGras at Caribe from 6pm-9pmFree Admission. Public showings. Festive Dress.

March 8
Saint 'Lizbeth's King Cake Ball and Dinner on Fat Tuesday Night, 6:00 pm at Saint Elizabeth's Parish Center – 232 Passion Play Road. For more information call 479-253-2222.

March 8
32nd Annual Victorian Classic Road Race. 10K Run, 2-Mile Fun Run and 2-Mile Walk. Host hotel is the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks and will have parking for the races. For more information call or visit www.eurekarotary.org.

March 9
Carroll County Music Group will be performing We've Got Talent featuring professional musicians and outstanding young artists from North West Arkansas. The event will be held at The Auditorium at 2:30pm with a pre-show starting at 2:15pm.

March 14-16
18th Annual Spring Antique Show & Sale at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks. Saturday hours are 10am-6pm and Sunday hours are 10am-4pm. For more information call 479-253-9768 or 337-298-4886 or visit www.eurekaspringsantiqueshows.com.

March 15-22
My Wellness Festival. Visit www.mywellnessfestival.com or call Alexa Pittinger at (479) 253-9208 for more information.

March 15
21st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade at 2:00pm, following the usual parade route down Spring St. For more information contact Dan Ellis at 479-981-9551 or email at Dan@Ureeka.org.

March 20
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

March 21
Spring Equinox Concert. A Seasonal Celebration of Renewal. A first of its kind in northwest Arkansas, The AUD will host a concert and dance event celebrating the beginning of spring. This will be an opportunity for everyone in the community to enjoy sights and sounds unlike any previously experienced in this area, bringing the community together to celebrate the renewal that arrives with spring.

March 22
24th Annual Eureka Springs Kite Festival at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge 10am-4pm. Located 7 miles south on Scenic Hwy. 23 South. For more information call KaleidoKites at 479-253-6596 or 888-836-6251 or email zizirogers@gmail.com.

March 24-28
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Spring Session Workshops. For more information call (479) 253- 5384 or visit essa-art.org

March 29
Bob Livingston Live! Show will be held at 5:00pm at Caribe. Presented by The Writer's Colony at Dairy Hollow & Caribe. For information and tickets call (479) 253-7444 or email director@writerscolony.org

March 29
Zombie Tag at Lake Leatherwood. Visit eurekaspringszombietag.com  for more information.

 

April

April 4-6
Spring Diversity Weekend. For more information and a schedule of events visit www.outineureka.com or email info@outineureka.com.

April 6 
6th Annual Society Tea and Bonnet Contest. Twelve talented and creative designers decorate individual tables and prepare a dessert. Guests may show off their creative millinery skills by designing a hat to wear and enter the Bonnet contest. Visit online to see photos of this lovely event. Limited seating.

April 11-13
27th Annual UFO Conference at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks. For more information visit http://www.ozarkufo.com/ or email ozarkufo@gmail.com.

April 12
Benefit and Chili Supper at the Great Hall at The Great Passion Play. Doors open at 4pm for Silent Auction and Appetizers. Dinner starts at 5:30pm followed by Live Auction at 6:30. Call 479-253-8559 for tickets and information.

April 12
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

April 12
5th Annual Carol Helmer Memorial Run/Walk for Ovarian Cancer on Holiday Island. For more information contact Joanie Kratzer at 479-253-5986 or email joaniekesa@gmail.com.

April 17
Cocktails for a Cause. 5-7 p.m. Fresh- Farm to Table 179 N. Main Street. $10 Donation and 33% of all drink sales go to support the Library Foundation and Main Street Eureka Springs/ESDN.

April 17
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

April 17-19 
38th Annual Springtime in the Ozarks. AA Convention at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks. For more information visit www.nwarkaa.org/springtime.htm.

April 18-19
Celebrate Jesus Music In The Park & Parade. On Friday the 18th there will be a variety of styles of Christian music in Basin Park from 11 AM-- 5 PM.  Sat the 19th there will be music in the park from 11 AM - 2 PM. The parade starts at 2 PM on Spring St.  Music resumes after the parade till 5 PM.  For more info call 479 253 8925 or email lardellen@gmail.com.

April 20
38th Annual Easter Egg hunt at War Eagle Mill at 2:00pm. Call 479-789-5343 for more info.

April 20
Easter Brunch and Annual Egg Hunt at the Crescent Hotel. Reservations are required for Sunday Brunch. Please call 479-253-9652.

April 20
Easter Sunrise Service at the Christ of the Ozarks.

April 20
The Eureka Springs EasterBelles will host their annual Easter Parade on Easter Sunday at 2pm,
Spring Street through Downtown Eureka Springs.  The EasterBelles will be partnering with the Merlin Foundation to earmark raised funds for efforts that benefit women not covered by traditional sources. For information on participating in the parade, contact Cne' Breaux at 703/400-6090 or eseasterbelles@gmail.com.

April 25-26
10th Annual Carving in the Ozarks Festival. Watch chain saw carvers in action! For more information contact David Blankenship at 479-253-2080, email sleepy@ipa.net or visit www.carvingintheozarks.com

April 25-26
The "2014 Eureka Springs Friends of NRA 2nd Amendment Freedom Rally & Ride". For more information: ajwilhelm@ymail.com 870-545-3690.

April 25 & 26
Spring Yards & Yards of Yard Sales. Yard sale bargains all around town. Maps will be available so you can find them all! For more information call 800-6EUREKA or visit www.eurekaspringschamber.com

April 26 & 27
10th Annual Local Appreciation Weekend at the Promised Land ZOO. $10 per carload for Carroll and Barry County residents. For more information visit www.plzoo.com.

April 27
Eureka Springs School of the Arts ReArt Chair-ity Event

April 27-May 1
Carroll County Bible Reading Marathon. For more information visit www.ccndpevent.org or www.biblereadingmarathon.org

May


May 1- 31
27th annual Eureka Springs May Festival of the Arts. We celebrate the art of Eureka Springs in all of its forms and will feature dozens of exhibits, artist’s receptions and demonstrations, Gallery Strolls, annual White Street Studio Walk, free concerts and much more. For more information visit www.eurekaspringsfestivalofthearts.com.

May 2
Opening performance of the Great Passion Play. For more information call 800-882-7529 or visit www.greatpassionplay.org.

May 2-3
A show and sale of works in clay. Master Potters of North West Arkansas at The Space located at 2 1/2 Spring Street.

May 3 
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

May 2-4
PT Cruiser Rally. Show and parade on Saturday. For more information call Tammie Runyan at 479-238-4979 or visit www.facebook.com/NwaPtCruiserClub.

May 2-4
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Spring Session Workshops. For more information call (479) 253- 5384 or visit essa-art.org

May 3
The ARTrageous Parade, through historic downtown, kicks off the May Festival of Arts at 6pm.

May 3-4
"Love American Style" Songs from the heart to celebrate those in love, who love our great nation and those who fight to defend our freedoms. 3:00 PM at the Holiday Island Country Club Ballroom

May 7-16
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Spring Session Workshops. For more information call (479) 253- 5384 or visit essa-art.org

May 10 
Eureka Springs Garden Club Plant Sale at The Village at Pine Mountain from 8am-Noon.

May 10
The Ozarks Chorale annual Spring Concert at 730 pm in the Eureka Springs Auditorium. Tickets are $10 at the door and students are free. Ticket office will open one hour before the concert.

May 10
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

May 10
4th Annual Spring Arts & Craft Show at the Village Pine Mountain from 8am-5pm.

May 11
John Two Hawks’ Mother's Day Concert at the Auditorium. 2 p.m. Moms get in free to this concert which features selections from John-Two Hawks’ music. The show, meant to honor mothers, is always a moving experience.

May 15
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at the Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

May 15
Burlingame Family Benefit show at Pine Mountain Theater. Free show, donation accepted. All proceeds will go to help with funeral and medical expenses. Call 479-253-9156 for more information.

May 16
The 24th annual White Street Walk from 4pm-10pm. 4 until 10 p.m. Historic White Street is the working address of several local artists who will welcome the public into homes and studios to view their latest works. They are joined by more than forty guest artists from the Eureka Springs area, who will show weaving, watercolors, jewelry, oils, pottery, stained glass and more.

May 17
2nd Annual Eureka Springs Camaro Fest in the Village at Pine Mountain. This is a Camaro’s only car show. To pre-register contact Cassie at sassycassie1971@gmail.com before May 15th. Also a fundraiser for Toys for Tots. For more information call Cassie at 479-841-0337.

May 17
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

May 17
Stateline Woodturners will be demonstrating their craft at Keels Creek Winery from 11am-6pm. Visit www.statelinewoodturners.com for more information.

May 17
Firehouse Barbecue Fundraiser. Inspiration Point Fire Department 11:30am-6pm. The menu will be chopped brisket sandwiches, homemade baked beans, potato salad, cookies, iced tea to drink. $8.00 for adults $6.00 for children.

May 17
Fur Funfest at Turpentine Creek. Food, music, vendor booths, fun for all ages. Coincides with Turpentine Creek's Carroll County Appreciation Day. Free admission with proof of residency.

May 18
Annual Books in Bloom Literary Festival. This is an annual event for adults and children featuring authors and book related professionals presented by the Carroll and Madison Public Library Foundation. For more information call 870-423-5300 or visit www.booksinbloom.org.

May 19-24
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Spring Session Workshops. For more information call (479) 253- 5384 or visit essa-art.org

May 24
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

May 24
20th Annual Mustang Show. The Eureka Springs Mustang Show is the only car show in the Ozarks dedicated exclusively to America's favorite pony car, the Ford Mustang, which is celebrating its 50th birthday.The 20th Annual Eureka Springs Mustang Show is pleased to announce that Drew Michaels, popular 40/29 Meteorologist, has signed on as the Grand Marshal of our parade.  The parade departs Pine Mountain Village at 2 p.m. and follows the usual car parade route and returns to Pine Mountain.  For more information email eurekamustangs@arkansas.net or visit www.eurekaspringsmustangshow.com.

May 24
Premier American Singer-Songwriter Michael Martin Murphy appearing with Michael Johnathon from Wood Songs Old Time Radio Hour.  Tickets and more information available at www.theauditorium.org or at the door 1 hour prior to show time.

May 25
Good Shepherd Humane Society presents Billy Dean at the Pine Mountain Theater. Tickets are $25. Available at the Greater Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce, Pine Mountain Theater, and both Berryville and Eureka Springs Doggie Shop thrift stores. For more information call 479-244-7156.

May 25
Special Memorial Day Program at Beaver Lake Baptist Church. 11:00am

May 26
American Legion Memorial Day service at 10:30am at the Amerian Legion building in Holiday Island.  Guest Speaker, Holiday Island Singers, Rifle Salute.

May 26
Memorial Day "Remembrance" at the Eureka Springs Cemetery from 10:45am to 1:00pm. The event includes a free luncheon, musical entertainment, face painting, and hay cart rides. Honored Guest Speaker Lt. Col. Steve Gray, state military liaison of the office for Sen. Boozman.

May 27-30
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session One. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

May 31
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

 

June

June 2-6
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Two. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org
 

June 7 & 8
The 9th annual XTERRA Eureka Springs Lake Leatherwood XTERRA Festival will be comprised of XTERRA Trail Run series races on June 7 and the XTERRA triathlons on June 8. For more information email eurekaspringsxterra@gmail.com.

June 9-13
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Three. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

June 12
ESSA (Eureka Springs School of the Arts) Open House, every Thursday
. Come and stroll the campus. We invite you to experience the joy of viewing recent creations made in our immersion workshops by Professional and Student artists while sipping wine and enjoying nibbles. This event is free to the public. Call 479-253-5383 for details. Or visit us online at
 essa-art.org

June 14
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

June 12-15
Eureka Springs Blues Weekend. Local, regional, national, and international blues acts in the Aud, Basin Park, The Barefoot Ballroom, and all around Eureka Springs. For more information visit www.eurekaspringsblues.com.

June 15
Blues Weekend ends with their Father's Day Blues Picnic at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. Enjoy Big Cats & Blues artists from all around the world, plus lots of fun activities for kids of all ages. For more information call 479-253-5841, visit www.turpentinecreek.org, or email tigers@turpentinecreek.org.

June 16-20
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Four. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

June 19
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

June 20-July 18
Opera in the Ozarks begins its 64th Season at Inspiration Point. The 2014 Season: Cosi fan tutte, Suor Angelica, Gianni Schicchi and Into the Woods. For more information visit www.opera.org or call 479-253-8595.

June 21-22
Gospel Music Celebration. Concerts at The Great Passion Play. For more information call 800-882-7529 or visit www.greatpassionplay.org.

June 23-27
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Five Youth Art Week . For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

June 30-July 4
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Six. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org


July

July 4
Fireworks celebration at the Holiday Island Recreation Center by The Barn. For more information contact Pam Hinson at 479-253-7700.

July 4
13th Annual Fireworks display at Ventris Trails End Resort. These fireworks are choreographed to music and are best seen by boat as they are projected toward Beaver Lake for an incredible effect as they reflect off the water of Beaver Lake.

July 4
Eureka Springs Downtown Network Old Fashioned 4th of July. Basin Spring Park 3-5pm. Hometown fun just got a little sweeter with this annual 4th of July family friendly park event. Games, music, and more in Downtown Eureka Springs! Celebrate the 4th of July the old fashioned way - in a Main Street Community! Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest, Cupcake Walk, Dig for Jewels, Crafts for Kids, Water balloon toss, and more - just good old, free family fun.

July 4
Fourth of July Parade. Downtown Eureka Springs. 2pm.

 

July 5
Drumming in the Park. Basin Spring Park 6-8pm.


July 7-11
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Seven. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

July 8-13
4th Annual Fleur Delicious Weekend. A weekend celebration of all the five senses! French-themed; with a street fair atmosphere and many local businesses participating throughout the event.

July 12
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

July 14-18
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Eight. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

July 17
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

July 18-20
16th Annual Eureka Springs Fat Tire Festival. Mountain Bike off road events. Short track, super D, Downhill, old served trials and cross country racing. Competitive and non-competitive mountain bike events. For more information contact Fred Phillips at 870-246-6686, DLTevents@gmail.com or visit www.DLTevents.com.

July 18-19
Sunday School Teacher’s Conference. For more information contact The Great Passion Play at 800-882-7529.

July 21-25
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Nine. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

July 28-August 1
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Summer Workshop Session Ten. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org


August

August 1-2
20th Annual Yards & Yards of Yard Sales. Yard sale bargains all around town. Maps will be available so you can find them all! For more information call 800-6EUREKA or visit www.eurekaspringschamber.com.

August 2
Drumming in the Park. Basin Spring Park 6-8pm.

August 1-3
Summer Diversity Weekend. The GLBT community celebrates in Eureka Springs. For more information and a schedule of events visit www.outineureka.com or email info@outineureka.com.

August 8-10
The Eurekan Multi-Sport Event. 4th year of this very popular swimming-biking-foot racing event. A three-day multi-sport festival consists of a sprint-distance triathlon on Friday afternoon, road bike tour rides and racing on Saturday morning and running races on Sunday. Participants can enter individual events or take "The Eurekan" challenge.

August 9
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

August 14
Back-to-School Concert at The Great Passion Play. For more information call 800-882-7529 or visit www.greatpassionplay.org.

August 14-16
Annual Eureka Springs Family Bluegrass Weekend. Join us for our Annual Bluegrass Celebration! Thursday night Watermelon Social, free music in Basin Spring Park (weather permitting) and performances in the Auditorium. For more information visit www.eurekasprings.org.

August 14-17
Beading in the Ozarks at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center. Featured bead artists will be Laura McCabe Sherry Serafini and Maggie Meister. Information and registration can be found at www.beadingintheozarks.com or call Jeannine Rainone at 469 450-3723.

August 15-17
3rd Annual Summertime in the Ozarks. Al-Anon conference at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks. For more information visit www.summertimeintheozarks.org.

August 16
Texaco Country Showdown at the Pine Mountain Theater. Visit http://www.kthsradio.com/33rd-annual-country-showdown.html for more information.

August 21
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs

August 22-24
22nd Annual VW Weekend at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks. For more information call 479-435-1133 or visit www.eurekaspringsvwshow.com.

August 27
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Crescent Hotel.

August 27
FREE Banjo Rally at Bear Mountain Log Cabins. Bring your own banjo and join in the fun, or just come and listen. For more information call 800-805-8005 or 479-253-6185.

August 27-30
Banjo Rally International at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks. Info and Tickets: Banjo Rally International, PO Box 328, Morton, IL 61550, Banjo Rally Hotline: 309-263-2518, e-mail: info@banjorally.org, website:www.banjorally.org.

September

September 3
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Little Lake Eureka (Douglas/Steele Streets)

September 5-6
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44th Annual Eureka Springs Antique Automobile Festival. Hundreds of vintage classics compete for prizes and trophies. Includes show with parade. For more information call 800-6EUREKA or visit www.eurekaspringschamber.com.

September 6
The 1922 Bank Robbery Re-enactment after the antique car parade.

September 6
Drumming in the Park. Basin Spring Park 6-8pm.

September 5-6
Wood Carvers Jamboree. Show hours are 10:00am to 5:00pm at Pine Mountain Village. Demonstrations of woodworking craft, items for sale, and people’s choice voting for best of show. For more info call Bill Payne at 918-251-8734 or email wudcrvr@cox.net.

September 10
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Carnegie Public Library.

September 10-12
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Fall Workshop Sessions. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

September 10-13
Scooting the Ozarks. Self-guided, guided rides and Poker Run rides. This event is open to all Scooter riders, From Mopeds to Maxi's and two strokes to four strokes. We welcome owners of all type scooters from A-Z. For more information visit Scoottheozarks.proboards.com

September 12-13
Jazz Weekend. Enjoy a weekend of Jazz in Eureka Springs. For more information go to www.eurekasprings.org.

September 13
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. From April to December, on the second Saturday of each month (and every Saturday in May) the galleries open their doors from 6-9 p.m. with special shows and artist receptions.

September 15-19
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Fall Workshop Sessions. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

September 17
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Carnegie Public Library

September 18
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs

September 24
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Perkins Mill (Center Street)

September 24-27
Bikes, Blues and BBQ in Fayetteville. For more information visit www.bikesbluesandbbq.org.

September 25-27
Bikes, BIBLES and BBQ Rally and Rides at The Great Passion Play. For more information call 800-882-7529 or visit www.thegreatpassionplay.org

September 25-27
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Fall Workshop Sessions. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

September 27
Holiday Island Elks Lodge 2014 Fall Golf Classic. Holiday Island Country Club. 18-Hole four person scramble. $45 for H.I. property owners/$60 for non owners. Registration form and more information at www.elks1042.com

October

October 1
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Inspiration Point.

October 1-4
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Fall Workshop Sessions. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

October 4
5th Annual EurekaPalooza Outdoor Festival at Lake Leatherwood.

October 4
Drumming in the Park. Basin Spring Park 6-8pm.

October 1-31
Haunted Hay Ride at Bear Mountain Log Cabins . For more information call 479-253-6185 or 800-805-8005.

October 1-31
Eagle Watch and Fall Foliage Tours on Beaver Lake. Expert guides with 25 years’ experience inform passengers about the Bald Eagle's features, habitat and help sight the eagles on 1hour & 15 minute cruises. For more information contact Belle of the Ozarks at 479-253-6200 by email at belleoftheozarks@ipa.net or visit www.estc.net/belle.

October 2-5
24th Annual Corvette Weekend. For more information call 417-862-7232 or visit www.eurekaspringscorvette.org.

October 3-5
Moon Wave Balanced Living Expo- Sustainablity, Organic and Holistic Living at the Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center. For more information call 888-790-9091.

October 7-11
67th Annual Original Ozark Folk Festival. Join us for the longest running Folk Festival in one location in the United States. Free music in Basin Spring Park (weather permitting), Parade, Contests, and performances in the Auditorium. For more information visit www.ozarkfolkfestival.com.

October 8
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Beaver Lake Overlook (at the dam)

October 9-11
Eureka Springs School of the Arts Fall Workshop Sessions. For more information call (479) 253-5384 or visit essa-art.org

October 11
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. The City’s art galleries are joining forces to stage a monthly “Celebration of the Art of Eureka” 6pm to 8pm. For more information visit www.artofeureka.com.

October 15
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Sweet Spring (by the Post Office)

October 16
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

October 16-19
Fall War Eagle Mill Antique Craft Show. Wide variety of food concessions. For more information call 479-789-5343, visit www.wareaglemill.com or email info@wareaglemill.com

October 17 & 18
“Voices from the Silent City” – Costumed guided Historical tours at the Eureka Springs Municipal Cemetery located on Highway 62 East. For more information call the Eureka Springs Historical Museum at 479-253-9417 or visit www.eurekaspringshistoricalmuseum.org.

October 17-19
Eagle Watch Weekend on the Belle of the Ozarks. Expert guides with 25 years’ experience inform passengers about the Bald Eagle's features, habitat and help sight the eagles on 1hour & 15 minute cruises. For more information contact Belle of the Ozarks at 479-253-6200 by email at belleoftheozarks@ipa.net or visit www.estc.net/belle.

October 18
Come join the Eureka Springs Rotary Club at the annual Oktoberfest this October 18th. Sample the finest local Micro-Brews, craft and seasonal beers in this quaint little European-like village nestled in the Ozark Mountains.  The party will be right in the middle of downtown on Main Street between the Courthouse and the Auditorium. Oktoberfest starts at 11 a.m. and continues until 5 p.m. www.eurekarotary.org

October 22
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Crescent Hotel

October 23-26
MINIs IN THE OZARKS. Every Autumn, the Arkansas MINI Owners Klub (AMOK!) hosts the region’s largest MINI event in Beautiful Ozarks. Now in its sixth year, MINIs in the Ozarks (MITO) draws MINIs from all over the U.S. to experience the awesome fall scenery and wonderful curvy roads of the region. For more information: 501-539-0388, www.ozarkmini.com or info@ozarkmini.com

October 24 & 25
“Voices from the Silent City” – Costumed guided Historical tours at the Eureka Springs Municipal Cemetery located on Highway 62 East. For more information call the Eureka Springs Historical Museum at 479-253-8417 or visit www.eurekaspringshistoricalmuseum.org.

October 24
12th Annual Mad Hatter’s Ball fundraiser sponsored by The Eureka Springs School of the Arts (ESSA). This event includes good food, auctions and dancing. Call ESSA @ 479-253-5384 for more information.

October 25
19th Annual Howl-O-Ween Party from 7pm-9pm at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge located 7 miles south of Eureka Springs on Scenic Highway 23. For more information call 479-253-5841, visit www.turpentinecreek.org, or email tigers@turpentinecreek.org.

October 25
Annual Fall Craft Show at the Village at Pine Mountain. For more information call 479-244-6907 or 479-253-2583.

October 25
Last performance of the 2014 season of The Great Passion Play. For more information call 800-882-7529 or visit www.greatpassionplay.org.

October 29
Plein Air Painters of Eureka Springs. Painting Sessions run from approximately 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. every Wednesday, weather permitting. Meet at the specified location. Crescent Hotel

October 31 - November 2
Fall Diversity Weekend. The GLBT community celebrates in Eureka Springs. For more information and a schedule of events visit www.outineureka.com or email info@outineureka.com.

October 31 - November 2
Volvo "Rolling Through The Ozarks". For more information visit www.ozarkrollers.webs.com or call (479)899-5489.

October 31 - Novemeber 2
Alfas in the Ozarks Fall Fling. Regional event for Alfa Romeos and their Owners. Hosted by Oklahoma Chapter of Alfa Romeo Owners Club at Inn of the Ozarks. Events include rally autocross concours. Registration form available at www.arocok.org Contact David Simmons 918-260-2995 or simmons5@cimtel.net

November


November 8
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. The City’s art galleries are joining forces to stage a monthly “Celebration of the Art of Eureka” 6pm to 8pm. For more information visit www.artofeureka.com.

November 11
Veteran’s Day Parade at 10:00am. Come out and honor our Active Duty and Veteran Military. For more information contact Sue at 580-399-5887 or Jack at 479-253-2519.

November 14-16
26th Annual Fall Antique Show & Sale at the Inn of the Ozarks. Hours are Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information call 479-253-9768 or visit www.eurekaspringsantiqueshows.com.

November 20
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

November 27
Don Gammie Turkey Trot. Trail run and walk and fundraising event for local charities and non-profit organizations. Lake Leatherwood. 7am-12pm

November 28
Santa in the Park. Visit with Santa Claus in Basin Park beginning at 5:00pm. For more information call 800-6EUREKA or visit www.eurekaspringschamber.com

November 29
Come shop the smallest of businesses on Small Business Saturday - independent artists! The Eureka Springs Art Bazaar will be hosting the regions most gifted artists and craftspeople at the Inn of the Ozarks convention center. Bring 3 non-perishable food items or $3 admission. Benefitting the Flint st. Food pantry. 10am-7pm

 

December

December 1-31
Eureka Springs’ Christmas Forest. The formal garden area atop Crescent Mountain will be illuminated with more than two-dozen Christmas trees decorated by local charities as a fund-raiser for each. Visitors can stroll throughout the grounds and choose which one they think is best! Admission is free. For more information go to www.crescent-hotel.com.

December 4
43rd Annual St. James Episcopal Church Silver Tea at the Crescent Hotel’s Crystal Ballroom from 2pm to 4pm. For more information call 479-253-8610.

December5
Eureka Springs Christmas Parade. This evening parade features floats, walkers, bands, and thousands of lights as it makes its way through downtown Eureka Springs. For more information call 800-6EUREKA or visit www.eurekaspringschamber.com

December 4-14
Annual Eurekasprings.com Christmas Festival presented by Eureka Springs Downtown Network. For more information visit www.eurekaspringsdowntown.com.

December 6
Candlelight Tour of Homes. Tour Eureka’s Victorian homes presented by the Preservation Society.

December 6
John Two Hawks Christmas Concert at the Auditorium. For more information call 479-253-5826 or visit www.johntwohawks.com.

December 6-14
14th Annual Christmas at the 1886 Crescent Hotel. Arriving at the doorstep of this delightfully decorated 5Historic Hotel of America, guests are swept in by the jubilant breeze of Christmas. For more information visit www.crescent-hotel.com.

December 13
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll. The City’s art galleries are joining forces to stage a monthly “Celebration of the Art of Eureka” 6pm to 8pm. For more information visit www.artofeureka.com.

December 13
8th Annual Sweet Treats Cookie Tour. Self-guided tour of 9 B&B’s serving sweet treats from their kitchens, along with recipes. For more information visit allianceofthebetterbandbs.com

December 13
Ozarks Chorale Christmas Concert at the Auditorium. For more info visit www.theozarkschorale.org.

December 18
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

December 31
Family New Year’s Eve Celebration at Pine Mountain Theater. For more information visit www.pinemountaintheater.com or call 877-504-2092.