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|We are extremely excited to announce that on October 23 and 24, 2015 from 7pm to 11pm, we will present to you "Heckuva Halloween"...a unique two-night themed event that will showcase a splattering of spooky sights, ghoulish games, frightening food, and fun activities for the entire family, as well as a very special haunted walk-through attraction! From Sytnathotep Studios and Eureka Springs Zombie Invasion.
So mark your calendars, tell your friends, and come out and have a Heckuva Halloween at Dogpatch!
|October 24-25, 2015
Historic 1870 Grist Mill Open for Weekend Guided Tours
The National Park Service, Buffalo National River Partners, and the Gorgas Science Foundation are pleased to announce free ranger-guided tours of the Boxley Grist Mill on Arkansas Highway 43 in Boxley Valley (Newton County) each weekend in October. These tours will be offered between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and last about 30 minutes. From 1870 until the 1950s this grist mill was handed down through generations of the Villines family and was an important part of community life. Now, in the 21st century, the mill is managed under a partnership between the National Park Service and the Gorgas Science Foundation.
Entrance to the mill does require climbing several steps and a short walk from the parking area is necessary to reach the building. The closest restroom, picnic area, and water are located northeast of the mill at the Lost Valley Day Use Area.
New to the tour this year is the addition of the “Fishing Cabin” behind the Clyde Villines house near the millpond which has been restored by the Gorgas Foundation to its 1940s-era condition with many original/period furnishings. The cabins represent one of the early efforts to develop the post-World War II tourism industry in the Ozarks by providing a place for tourists to stay and fish for catfish in the millpond.
For more information, or to schedule a group tour for 10 or more people, please contact the Steel Creek Visitor Contact Station at 870-861-2570 or email BUFF_information@nps.gov.
200 EAST RUSH GALLERY is featuring the works of 2 members of the Harrison Art League, Ann Graffy and Holley Jones. Their show is called WHY NOT and runs through October 30th, so please stop by and meet these artists at their closing reception from 5 to 7 pm.
Ann Graffy is an artist living in the Ozark Mountains.
After earning a degree in art from the University of Arkansas, Graffy went on to teach in St. Louis, New Orleans, Fort Smith, and elsewhere before pursuing a career in sculpture. Her work appears in galleries across the country. In recent years she has rediscovered her passion for paining, especially the stories found in the human face.
Holley Jones is an artist living west of the Boston Mountains.
In my heart I am an Abstract Expressionist-Abstracted but still accessible. My role is not to report on the visible but to reveal the unknown. My work is inspired by my lifestyle, family and the weather.
These works of Art astonish me with their importance to exist.
|Join us for a howl of a time for the ROCKIN' DEAD teen night October 30th at the Music Fun House on 115 E Stephenson. Then after trick or treating we are open for Family Night karaoke on the 31st!!!! Admission $5.00 or half price if you are in costume!|
|Boone County Library
October 2015 Newsletter
|For more information or to be a vendor, contact Rhonda Mahler at 870.365.7925 or Carrie Richter at 870.204.0216. There are 35+ vendors registered. One time annual fee of $15 to vend.
Your Farmer's Market on the square in downtown Harrison is the place to shop for beautiful, locally grown fresh picked produce, including many organic varieties. Fruits, vegetables, Farm fresh eggs, local honey, fresh and tasty baked goods, award winning jellies and jams, and healthy snacks are available. If you need a gift, come shop for locally handmade and affordable items. Come on down and talk with the farmers and meet your neighbors.
Market vendors may be limited until heavier crops of produce begin to emerge. Please continue to attend market and GROW with us! You won't want to miss any of the goodies market has to offer.
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