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Upcoming Events in Eureka Springs Arkansas


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Season of The Great Passion Play - A 2-hour reenactment of the last week of the life of Jesus Christ. Staged in the 4100 amphitheatre with a multi-level set, special lighting and sound effects. Live animals, and a cast of over 200. May - Oct. Check for dates

Address: Grounds of The Great Passion Play , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: (479) 253-8559 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mbland@greatpassionplay.com
Web: www.greatpassionplay.com
Fee: Adults $23.25, children (6-11) $10

Bible Museum - More than 10,000 bibles in 625 languages and dialects, along with a large collection of parchments and artifacts. May - Oct. Check for dates.

Address: On the grounds of The Great Passion Play , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: (479) 253-8559 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: abland@greatpassionplay.com
Web: www.greatpassionplay.com
Fee: $5 adult, $2.50 children (6-11)

Annual Sacred Arts Center - Thousands of stunning works of art, in diverse mediums, from as early as the 9th century. Includes several historical collections as well as important masterpieces. Also by appointment. May - Oct. Check for dates.

Address: Grounds of The Great Passion Play , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: (479) 253-8559 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mbland@greatpassionplay.com
Web: www.greatpassionplay.com
Fee: $5 adult, $2.50 children (6-11)

January

11 - 13 Annual Eagle Watch - Eagle Watch aboard the Belle of the Ozarks. Captain Jay Viator will take passengers into the eagles favorite winter habitat on Beaver Lake. A rare opportunity for passengers to learn about our national bird from experts in their fields.

Address: Beaver Lake, Belle of the Ozarks , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: (800) 552-3803 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: viator@ipa.net
Fee: $17 adults; $7 children under 12

March

9 - 10 Annual Eureka Springs Spring Antique Show & Sale - A full variety of antiques: furniture, glassware, silver, jewelry, books, linens, western, kitchenware, primitives, china and crystal to the unusual and seldom seen items -- 55 dealers from 15 states.

Address: Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: (479) 253-7551 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: bakerdj@cox.net
Web: www.eurekaspringsantiqueshows.com
Fee: $2.50 adults, children 12 and under free both days

April

5 - 7 Annual Ozark UFO Conference - Lectures and audio-visual presentations on all aspects of UFOs including researchers, authors, ten speakers, and vendors of UFO related items.

Address: Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 479-253-0000 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ozarkufo@webtv.net
Web: www.ozarkufoconference.com
Fee: $40 through April 7; $50 per person at the door

12 - 13 Annual Carving In The Ozarks Festival - Eureka Springs is the site of the Carving In The Ozarks chainsaw carving festival. Wood chips will fly as carvers from all around the US participate in 3 different carving competitions that turn logs into works of art while you watch, and carved items are offered for sale.

Address: Ark. 62E and Rockhouse Road , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: (479) 253-2080 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: sleepy@ipa.net
Web: www.carvingintheozarks.com
Fee: Free

21 Easter Sunrise Services - Public celebration of Easter with special music. Benefits Eureka Springs and Berryville Ministerial alliances.

Address: Grounds of The Great Passion Play , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 479-253-8559 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mbland@greatpassionplay.com
Web: www.greatpassionplay.com
Fee: Free, donations appreciated and encouraged

21 Eureka Springs Easter Parade - The Eureka Springs Easter Parade on Easter Sunday starts at Gavioli Chapel and ends at the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa. It is organized by the Eureka Springs EasterBelles, which continues the tradition of Easter parades started in the 1800s to honor women, springtime, fashion and culture of the times. Visit the website or call for more information.

Address: Gavioli Chapel , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 703-400-6090 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sites.google.com/site/eseasterbelles

May

28 May Festival of the Arts - A month-long celebration of the arts in Eureka Springs. Visual and performing events, activities and attractions focusing on the arts. Parades, exhibits, artists receptions and gallery walks.

Address: Various locations around town. , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 479-253-9318 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: cityaud@eurekasprings.org
Web: www.mayfestivalofthearts.com/
Fee: Most events are free

17 White Street Studio Walk - 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. 4pm-10pm. An event of May Festival of the Arts.

Address: White Street , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: (479) 253-7333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: karen@eurekasprings.org
Web: www.eurekasprings.org
Fee: free

June

14 - 12 Annual Opera in the Ozark Summer Festival - Beautiful environment, wonderful concerts, great teachers and students, great performance and learning experiences. Inspiring, loving, involving, fun, families and friends from all over the world. Four weeks of performances.

Address: Inspiration Point Fine Arts Center , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: (479) 253-8595 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.opera.org/
Fee: $12 and $15

July

3 - 8 Fleur Delcious Weekend - Fleur Delicious Weekend is a Celebration of all the Senses: Sight, Hearing, Smell, Taste and Touch in the historic village of Eureka Springs, AR. It is a French-themed weekend in which restaurants, bars, art galleries, boutiques, spas, and music venues participate with French inspired indulgences in Food, Wine, Spirits, Art, Entertainment and Luxe Galore. Everyone is welcome to participate in any way imaginable.

Address: Around Town , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 479-253-7333 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.fleurdeliciousweekend.com

August

15 - 17 Eureka Springs Bluegrass Festival - Thursday
Watermelon Social 7pm at Basin Spring Park with free watermelon & water provided

Jam afterwards at Guest House International Swiss Holiday Resort

Friday
Free Music in Basin Spring Park
12pm The Clark Family Trio featuring Bill Nesbitt
1pm The Dragon Masters
2pm Gary Allbritton & Friends
3pm Eureka Springs Bluegrass Band
4pm Mountain View Friends
5pm The Clark Family Trio

Jam afterwards at Guest House International Swiss Holiday Resort—bring your instruments

Saturday
9am Mandolin Workshop at Guest House International Swiss Holiday Resort
10am Fiddle Workshop at Guest House International Swiss Holiday Resort

Free Music in Basin Spring Park
12pm Buffalo City Ramblers
1pm Ozark Alliance
2pm Buddy Griffin & Friends
3pm Clark Family
4pm Pam Setser & Mountain View Friends
5pm Dragon Masters
6pm Gravel Yard Bluegrass Band

7pm Aud Show Jesse McReynolds Purchase tickets at www.theaud.org

Jam afterwards at Guest House International Swiss Holiday Resort—bring your instruments

Address: Basin Spring Park & The Auditorium , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 479-253-7333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: gdrennon@eurekasprings.org
Web: www.eurekasprings.org

September

5 - 8 Jazz Eureka - Thursday, Free music & dancing in Basin Spring Park with Fayetteville Jazz Collective

Friday, Free Jazz in Basin Spring Park- Noon to 6:00 PM
Alan Gibson & First Line- Noon to 1:30 PM
Richard Bruton Quintet- 1:30 to 3:00 PM
Walter Savage Trio- 3:00 to 4:30 PM
NSU Jazz Sextet- 4:30 to 6:00 PM

Spyro Gyra in The Auditorium- 7:30 PM

Saturday,
Missouri State Jazz Band in Basin Spring Park- 1:00 PM

Sunday, Finish Jazz Weekend with a Crescent Jazz Sunday Brunch. Live Music and Dancing. $24.95 per person with complimentary champagne. Brunch served from 10am-2pm. Reservations recommended by calling 479-253-9652. www.crescenthotel.com

Address: Spring Street & 36 S. Main Street , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 479-253-7333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: gdrennon@eurekasprings.org
Web: www.jazzeureka.org
Fee: Spyro Gyra--$22.50-$42.50/ everything else free

6 - 7 Annual Eureka Springs Antique Automobile Festival - Hundreds of vintage classics compete for prizes and trophies. Includes show with parade. For more information call or visit our website.

Address: Pine Mountain Village-Hwy 62 , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 800-6EUREKA (Always call and confirm events)
Email: donna@eurekaspringschamber.com
Web: antiqueautofest.com/
Fee: Free

November

14 - 16AR0504008e019 - Eureka Springs Annual Artists Studio Tour - This free, self-guided annual art event is a wonderful way to spend three cultural days exploring beautiful Eureka Springs, Arkansas, in the Ozarks. Artworks are on exhibit and for sale including original paintings and prints, pottery, fiber art, jewelry and other fine crafts. Demonstrations and Q & A and lots of interaction with the artists right in their working environments and the fall weather and scenery will make this a trip to remember.

Address: in and around Eureka Springs Arkansas - Northwest Arkansas , Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Ph: 479-363-9402 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: news@eurekaspringsstudiotour.com
Web: www.eurekaspringschamber.com/
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge and Call of the Wild Bed & Breakfast is a 450-acre rescue facility with over 100

Eureka Springs, AR Wildlife Refuges

Rosalie Tour Home & Gardens

Tour guides dressed in Victorian-style costumes provide historical commentary;

Eureka Springs, AR Tours

Onyx Cave

Self-guided tour through the chambers with names like the Witches Fireplace and Friendly Dragon. Electronic messages point out the cave's features; discovered in 1983; composed of natural onyx

Eureka Springs, AR Caving

Eureka Springs Downtown Historic District

"America's Victorian Village" preserves turn-of-the-century charm with shopping and dining in its historic downtown and the bed and breakfasts that surround it. Relics of the city's past can be viewed at the Historical Museum. The 1886 Crescent Hotel overlooks this district.

Eureka Springs, AR Historic Districts

Serenity Day Spa

Located in the historic Basin Park Hotel; Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, hot stone massage, manicures, pedicures, facials and body wraps.

Eureka Springs, AR Spas

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