The award-winning Angel at Rose Hall in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is a 4-Diamond AAA rated Eureka Springs bed and breakfast located in the Historic District.

A Christian B&B, the Angel at Rose Hall Wedding Chapel and Bed and Breakfast in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is a magnificent recreation of an 1880's historic Victorian mansion. Built in 1999, the Angel at Rose Hall and staff strive to unite modern comforts with the gracious elegance of a bygone era while offering a devotion to Victorian refinements.

Specializing in Eureka Springs weddings and wedding packages, receptions, honeymoons, romantic getaways, and anniversary packages, The Angel is the only Eureka Springs, Arkansas bed and breakfast to be awarded the coveted and prestigious 4-Diamond AAA rating and is considered to be " in a class of its own."

Enjoy exceptional luxurious comforts in truly unique surroundings. Lovely amenities,and stately hand crafted furnishings assembled in a truly remarkable setting. Inside the main entry parlor elegant Victorian antiques and century-old stained glass windows await you. High above the lush green treetops on the upper floor of the mansion sits five elegant guest suites, each with their own unique charm and distinctive look.

The Angel at Rose Hall Wedding Chapel and Bed & Breakfast in historic Eureka Springs is an upscale blend of Victorian elegance and warm hospitality. Our 5 spacious guest suites offer king-size beds, large 2-person Jacuzzi soaking tubs, fireplaces, balconies, and a host of amenities. The Angel is the perfect place for your Eureka Springs wedding, vow renewal, romantic getaway, or special celebration.

Nearby area attractions are: The Great Passion Play, horseback riding, museums, art galleries, fabulous shopping, walking trails, golf courses, two large lakes, white water sports, canoeing, biking, and great dining. We are only one hour south of Branson, Mo. Let us help you plan your Eureka Springs, "Extraordinary Escape" with one of our many vacation packages or wedding packages here in the "Wedding Capital of the South."

Come and visit magical Eureka Springs, history explains, for hundreds of years Eureka Springs had been a refuge for rest and renewal. Native Indians referred to the Great Healing Spring nestled in the mountains of Arkansas as a place of renewal and physical healing. It is believed that the waters that flowed from the Basin Springs had magical and healing properties  In the 1880's word spread and transformed this Arkansas wilderness into a bustling town. Eureka Springs' prestine mountain oasis became transformed into a destination full of visitors seeking a healing and rest.
Today visitors come to Eureka Springs to renew their spirit and soul. Our quaint and charming historic downtown Eureka Springs village is filled with fabulous shops,art galleries, world class restaurants and more. Friendly and unique locals will make you feel like your a native. Our paradise awaits your visit.

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Angel at Rose Hall has once again received the prestigious: AAA 4 Diamond Award.

Angel at Rose Hall has just been notified that the Angel at Rose Hall have been included in The Great Towns of America Guide Book in the section on Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

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Eureka” 6pm to 8pm. For more information visit www.artofeureka.com.

July 19-21

2nd Annual Summer Time in the Ozarks. Al-Anon converence at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks. For more information visit www.wummertimeintheozarks.org.

August 1-2

19th 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 2-4

Summer Diversity Weekend. The GLBT community celebrates in Eureka Springs. For more information visit www.outineureka.com or email info@outineureka.com.

August 8-9

The Eurekan Multi-Sport Event. 3rd 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. 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.

August 15

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

August 15 thru 17

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 22-23

22 nd Annual VW Weekend at Best Western

info: call Dave Heilmann at 479-253-9768 or visit www.nwavwa.com.

August 29

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 29-31

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

Jazz Weekend. Exact dates were not known at printing. For more information go to www.eurekasprings.org.

September 5-6

The National Model T Hillbilly Tour at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks. Model T Fords from around the country gather to tour the Eureka Springs area.

September 12-13

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 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 at 918-251-8734.

September 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.

September 19-20

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 http://scoottheozarks.proboards.com/index.cgi?

September 20

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

Eagle Watch and Fall Foliage Tours on Beaver Lake. Expert guides with 23 years’ experience inform passengers about the Bald Eagle's features, habitat and help sight the eagle 

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
s on 1hour & 15 minute cruises.  For more information contact Belle of the Ozarks at 800-552-3803, by email at viator@ipa.net, or visit www.estc.net/belle.

October 3-4
22nd Annual Corvette Weekend. For more information call 417-862-7232 or visit www.eurekaspringscorvette.org

Oct. 11-14
44th Annual Ozark Creative Writers Conference. For more information visit
www.ozarkcreativewriters.org

October 10-11
“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 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 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 18
Poetluck is a potluck dinner and literary salon held the third Thursday of every month, March-October at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.

October 10-11
Annual Fall Carnegie Library Fall Book Sale. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. For more information call 479-253-8754 or email info@eurekalibrary.org.

October 19-21
Eagle Watch Weekend on the Belle of the Ozarks. Expert guides with 23 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 800-552-3803, by email at viator@ipa.net, or visit www.estc.net/belle.

October 24-26
MINIs IN THE OZARKS (MITO2012)
Every Autumn, the Arkansas MINI Owners Klub (AMOK!) hosts the region’s largest MINI event in Beautiful Ozarks. Now in its fifth 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..
Registration Opens May 1, 2011. For more information: 501-539-0388, www.ozarkmini.com or info@ozarkmini.com

October 26 & 27
“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 25
10th 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 27
17th 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 31-Nov 3
64th 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 – moving …Ray will call with date.






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Northwest Arkansas and Eureka Springs for Spring Break

Arkansas North by Northwest - A glittering gem of northwest Arkansas, Beaver Lake’s 28,000 acres of clear water attract thousands of water sport lovers, fishermen, hikers and birdwatchers. The lake is surrounded by forests, tall bluffs and meadows crisscrossed by hiking trails. Campgrounds, resorts, marinas, outfitters, restaurants and shops serve the lake area, which is located in the Ozark Highlands near Rogers, Eureka Springs, Springdale and Fayetteville. Trout fishing on the White River is popular below Beaver Dam. Rogers has a variety of retail stores in its historic downtown district that covers eight square blocks. Brick-paved streets lead to old-fashioned storefronts filled with unique furniture, antiques and gifts, to cafes, and to the Daisy International Air Museum and the Rogers Historical Museum. Springdale is the place to catch a ride on the Arkansas and Missouri Railroad in a beautifully restored turn-of-the-century passenger car. Its downtown is also home to the Shiloh Museum, which offers Ozark history and buildings dating back to the 1850s. The Fayetteville square is known for its colorful gardens, unique shops, and Farmer’s Market that runs three days a week beginning in spring. Just blocks away, Dickson Street is the hip place for shopping, dining locales and tons of live music venues. Completing the scene are symphony concerts and dance and theatrical performances at the Walton Arts Center. For more information on Rogers or phone 479-636-1240. For more information on Springdale visit or phone 479-872-2222. For more information on Fayetteville visit or phone 800-766-4626.

Eureka Springs – Haunted hotels, great food, unique shops, natural springs and homes built on the sides of rock cliffs make up this picturesque town. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, Eureka Springs’ entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s packed with attractions such as gardens, caves, an exotic wildlife ranch, live music, and train excursion rides. Unique boutiques offer everything under the sun – antiques, fine art, contemporary and vintage clothing, handmade crafts, fine art and more.Eureka Springs has been named one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
When planning your Eureka Springs vacation give the Angel at Rose Hall a call,your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and your Eureka Springs Weddings Chapel, the best place for Eureka Springs Lodging and Eureka Springs wedding
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ARKANSAS Angel at Rose Hall , AAA Four Diamond Bed & Breakfast, Eureka Springs Built in 1999, the B&B provides modern comforts coupled with a Victorian design and furnishings. Spacious rooms include two-person Jacuzzi tubs, and most rooms have balconies. Thousands of weddings have been performed at this romantic getaway, with many newlyweds returning to celebrate their anniversary. Romantic amenities include a one-hour massage for two, chocolate-covered strawberries, chilled sparkling beverages, floral arrangements and carriage rides
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Not to miss activities while you are here in Eureka Springs

Eureka Springs, Arkansas is an absolute must-see for your vacation plans. Arriving in Eureka Springs you are met with a magical ambiance that draws you in and gives you a sense of peaceful charm. There is something magical and magnetic in the air. One trip is never enough which brings visitors back time and time again. 

High a top the highest mountain in Eureka Springs is the Crescent Hotel. Built in 1886, The Crescent has been a hotel, a hospital, and a boarding school for young ladies.Yes, it is haunted,ghost tours conducted each night at 8:00pm.Meet in the lobby.

Located just behind The Crescent Hotel is St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church. Visitors may reach the church via a flight of stairs that leads from the hotel garden to St. Elizabeth's.  According to Ripley, this is the only church in the world that is entered through the bell tower - believe it or not!
A walk down Crescent drive will take you to Spring Street,  walk a bit to the north and pass the Rosalie House, one of the city's most lovely Victorian homes http://www.futuritygroup.com/Rosalie
Tour the many springs of Eureka Springs.  The Crescent Springs and gazebo is located at the intersection of Hillside Ave and Springs Street.  Walk south and visit Harding Springs, Sweet Springs and at the south end of town Basin Park Springs.  Visit during the season in and enjoy afternoon music featuring local talents.
Shop,shop and more shopping.  Eureka has always been known as a shopping
For more than 100 years, this enchanting Victorian Village in northwest Arkansas has captured the hearts of many couples that want to get married. Begin your journey through life together with a romantic wedding at one of the many  churches, chapels or other unique sites, like the popular Thorncrown Chapel or the 7,000 square foot Victorian Mansion Angel at Rose Hall  Wedding Chapel

Christ Statue at the Passion Play grounds, at this time of the year the play is closed , however the grounds are open for a visit as well as the statue. If the weather is a bit cool and rainy visit the amazing underground cave. Cosmic Cavern-- open daily 9-5PM  The tour of the Cavern is an unexpected surprise, the tour guides are extremely helpful and knowledgeable. If the weather is permitting take a day trip to Hobb State park and take one of the interpretive boat trips  Eagle Watching at Hobbs State Park

If this is your first trip to Eureka Spring what better way to visit and experience the town but through a narrative tour with Michelle McDonald. Eureka Van Tour  January 2PM appointment, call 253-8737. If you do enjoy tours take one of a different kind, each evening the old Crescent Hotel host its Ghost Tours, each evening at 8:00.  If you would like to break up the day, weather permitting of course with a wilderness visit try Hiking at Lake Leatherwood, our on Eureka Springs city park. Located just west of town on highway 62. Just past the Thorncrown Chapel and before the new bridge, look closely for the signs on the right of the road.If the weather is good, think about a horse back riding adventure, the horse still need the exercise even if it is winter. Horseback Riding; Steve’s Stables, Bear Mtn Riding Stables, Hidden Valley Guest RanchDinner Bell Ranch

 Keels Creek Winery open from 12 noon to 5PM offers a wonderful array of locally made wines.  Enjoy the tasting as well as their gallery of local art work.  Little Golden Gate Bridge, take a short road trip to Beaver Town over the White River. The bridge looks like a mini Golden Gate.  Contact Smith at Rogues Castle at Beavertown for a Tour and narrative history of the property. One of my most favorite places in Eureka Springs the St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church, enter the church through the bell tower, to experience the spiritual vortex. How about Lion's, Tigers and Bears? Visit the Turpentine Creek-- open daily 9-4PM  If this is your first time, visit during afternoon feeding. Beans and Corn Bread for lunch? Visit a working grist mill on the War Eagle River, a few minutes outside of town, War Eagle Mill. Finally what would a trip to Eureka Springs be with out a horse and carriage ride?  To make your trip complete call Tom at Olden Days Carriage Rides. Take a romantic carriage ride through the historic district of downtown Eureka Springs.  If it is chilly Tom has heated blankets on board.The Angel at Rose Hall is centrally located in the heart of the historic district, it is your Eureka Springs vacation destination.

The Angel at Rose Hall is the perfect venue for your destination wedding, if you have decide on selecting a Eureka Springs Wedding Venue or Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel. 

Since the Angel open less than 11 years ago, we here have been dedicated to the many Brides that we have helped with their special day. Many of our Brides are searching for the perfect wedding package and venue.  A package that offers an elegant back drop for their event, a honeymoon stay and amenities.

Many Bride not only see the Wedding as this exciting event, but also  a mini vacation or family reunion.

Eureka Springs and surrounding areas have so much to offer we generally suggest to Brides, spend an extra day enjoying the site of Eureka Springs.

 Since of very talented staff handles all the details, enjoy your stress free visit with us.  Contact the Angel at Rose Hall for further information. Angel at Rose Hall Arkansas's only AAA Four Diamond  Bed and Breakfast..

 Many of my repeating guests are curious as to the economic state of Eureka Springs. Many of those who love Eureka Springs and think of this town as their second home. As endearing as it is many tourists who visit Eureka Springs do so on a regular basis. Many of our guests visit us here at the Angel, an Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast, several times a year. For us here at the Angel what a great compliment it is to us! We love to spoil our guests and make sure they are enjoying their Extraordinary Escape. Escape to Eureka Springs restaurants, Eureka Springs spa, and to Eureka Springs shopping. I think most guests just love how safe our little town is, how friendly we are here in Eureka Spring vacation destination and how we truly enjoy the 


Deciding to hold your wedding in Arkansas, might to a great solution to finding a location in the middle of the country.  Angel at Rose Hall is the perfect place to host your Eureka Springs, Arkansas wedding location. The Angel at Rose Hall has been the site of well over 2500 weddings and receptions. Many Brides slect our popular "Somewhere in Time " Wedding Packages. Many families and guest have the pleasure to arrive in advance of the wedding day and enjoy Eureka Springs and the many activies the area has to offer.  What a great oppotunity to enjoy your famliy wedding and a family reunion / vacation. Contact the Angel at Rose Hall an Eureka Springs Weddings Chapel we would be happy to help you plan your special day and help with your wedding needs.

The Angel at Rose Hall is the only 4 Diamond AAA rated Bed and Breakfast in the State of Arkansas.We are housed in the charming Eureka Springs historic district.

Visit Eureka Springs this Weekend, the Annual Eureka Springs Mardi Gras Parade is set to begin at 2:00 pm.Come and watch Eureka Springs explodes with excitement and fun! Mardi Gras is celebrated each year, before the beginning of the Lenten season on Fat Tuesday, just before ash Wednesday, 40 days before Easter.

 Eureka Spring's Mardi Gras has garnered the attention of many and this years event proved to be bigger than last years. Keep you eyes open for the"Taste of New Orleans Day" Cafe au Lait and Beignets. Joe David Rice of  Arkansas’s Tourism was selected as the new Eureka Gras Mardi Gras Grand Marshal. The 6th Annual parade is set to roll into town on March 5,2011@2:00pm.  Following the parade is the Annual Mardi Gras Krazo Kostume Kontest, to be held at New Delhi Cafe Bandstand on Main Street. Check out the New Delhi at 3:30PM Cash & Gift prizes for best costumes. Free Admission!!

 

The Annual Hookers and Joker Ball is set for March 3 and will ends on Mar. 8 at the " St. ‘Lizbeth’s King Cake Ball and Mardi Gras Dinner" at 6 p.m. Mardi Gras Beaux Arts Ball on March 5, 2011at the Basin Park Hotel-Barefoot Ballroom call (479) 981-9551 for more information.

 

Eureka Gras Mardi Gras Extravaganza 479-981-9551.The Angel at Rose Hall, your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel is just a short trip from the beginning of the parade route. Spend the weekend with us and walk to the parade. Plan to spend the evening at the Ball and Dinner. See you there. So "let the good times roll." Laissez les bon temps rouler!

Warm up after the Victorian Classic races this Saturday, March 12, with a hot bowl of soup at The Eureka Springs Historical Museum’s annual SOUPER SOUP. Serving hours are 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Eureka Springs High School cafeteria on Highway 62 West.

A variety of delicious soups, provided by the some of the city’s finest restaurants, will be available. Along with two bowls of soup, you also get cornbread, a beverage and a choice of a delectable desert from a selection prepared by local Bed & Breakfast establishments. All of this for only $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for children under 12 years of age.Join us for a tasty bowl of soup, vote for your favorite one and help us preserve your history. This event is one of the major fundraisers that the Museum depends on for its operating expenses.Tickets are available at the Museum at 95 S. Main St., the Chamber of Commerce office, Zarks Gallery and from any Museum board member or at the door. For more information contact the Museum Director, Ginni Miller, at 479/253-9417 or eshm999.@sbcglobal.net This is a great opportunity to have fun and support your community as well. The Angel at Rose Hall your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel. is just a short trip from the starting line of the race. Plan a visit this weekend.

After watching the lastest news updates on the crisis in Japan I can not help but think about how gratiteful I am for all that I have. Gratitude for some is a ways of giving thanks. For Jesus gratitude was his true greatness. Some have journals in which they write words of gratitude Journals created for writing words of gratitude have become a popular idea for reflecting on ways of giving thanks, blessings, and praise. I created my own journal writting at the beginning of each year words of blessings and thanks.

The gratitude campaign was created by Scott Truitt. While traveling for years for business in airports, each and every time Scoot would see a military personal.in an Airport, he would say," "thank you from the bottom of my heart." . The idea began to spread and the Gratitude Campaign was born. This message of thanks has been spread to millions of veterans. Visit Scott's Blog and Gratitude Campaign

Sarah Ban Breathnach author of Simple Abundance, increased our awareness of the need to give thanks and to recognize those simple pleasures in our world that provides simple means of gratitude.

Create your own world of gratitude by saying "thank you" .Count your blessings, and praise God. For by spreading blessings to others we are blessed.

To express gratitude to that special someone in your live, visit Angel at Rose Hall your Eureka Springs vacation destination. A Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel.

I alway look forward to this weekend.  As you all know the The Angel at Rose Hall, an Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel is filled with beautiful antique.  I am always on the look out for more pretties for my house.  The Antique Show at the Inn at the Ozarks is a great place to look for Antiques. March 19th and 20th is the big weekend for all Antique Lovers at the Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center. Fifty three dealers from 14 states will display their merchandise for sale at this popular event. Festivities start Friday night, March 18th with a Wine and Cheese Preview show and sale from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Cost is $10 which comes with a full weekend return pass. Saturday hours are from 10 to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 to 4 p.m. Admission $3 good for both days. This is the only antique show in Northwest Arkansas! There is always so much to do here in the Ozarks

Date and location: August 12, 13 & 14, 2011Eureka Springs, Arkansas
What Is The Eureka Springs Multisport festival?
A three-day multisport festival consisting of a sprint-distance triathlon on Friday afternoon, road bike tour rides and racing on Saturday morning and running races on Sunday.
What Is "The Eurekan"?
The name not only will be the moniker which the festival eventually will be known as, but also refers to participants who complete the ultimate challenge! Any participant who can complete the triathlon, 100 mile ride and 10K run will be known as "The Eurekan"!
Event Highlights
The finish line for all events is the same place each day. The finish line is located in the heart of the city on historic Main Street in front of the Eureka Springs City Courthouse. Sounds like another great reason to visit Eurkea Springs.  We here at the Angel at Rose Hall, your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel are just a short jog to the center of town. Enter the race or watch by the side lines. 
 

 Larry Foley to share film at Hobbs State Park

On Saturaday April 2,2011at 2:00pm. at Hobbs State Park a Conservation Area visitor center on Hwy 12 just east of the Hwy 12/War Eagle Road intersection at presentation by University of Arkansas professor of journalism and accomplished documentary film maker, Larry Foley, will share his latest work “Bridge to War Eagle” at the Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area visitor center this coming weekend. Foley’s productions have earned many regional, national and international awards, including two Emmys from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and six Emmy nominations.
Written and produced by the Emmy Award winning team Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter, the film captures one of the most representative images of Arkansas, and ties together local history. According to Rachel Diersen, interpreter at Hobbs State Park, “A great film for locals and visitors alike”. The film also features Fort Smith Artist John Bell Jr. and the work of art that John Bell created of the War Eagle Bridge and mill. What great fun and educational as well. Hobbs State park is a short trip from Eureka Springs your extraordinary escape and the Angel at Rose Hall, your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and 4 Diamond AAA rate Bed and Breakfast and Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel. A short walk from historic Eureka Springs.
 Eureka Springs Preservation Society 3rd Annual “The Society Tea”. Twelve beautifully designed table tops with desserts in the Crescent Hotel's Conservatory. The Society will raffle off a three-piece outdoor fountain with live plants, bulbs, watering can, squirrel rain gauge, two puppies and a rabbit. There will also be a Spring Bonnet Contest. Decorate your bonnet and join the fun! The best bonnet will win a $100.00 prize. For tickets call Linda Bridwell @ 479-253-6756 or Al Hooks @ 479-363-6290.Plan to attend the Tea and stay at the Angel at Rose Hall, your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast, and Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel located in the heart of the Historic District
 Dear Lord, bless and enlarge my territory, so  that Your hand will be with me, keep me from evil, so that I may not cause pain. The Prayer is the Prayer of Jabaz a guest spoke to me this morning about it's importance in her living walk with God, I love it , and felt the need to share it all of you.
 
   Phat Tire Race
Adventure Subaru and Progressive Trail Design again are proud to present the 2011 Eureka Springs Fat Tire Festival, July 15th-17th. This year again promises to be bigger and better than ever. The 2011 Fatty Fest has officially been coined “The Year of the Kid”. We will be hosting a massive ”Kids Bike Rodeo”. On the slate of activities are skills courses and clinics, barrel races, games, water feature, food, fun, sun and more.

Again we will kick things off with the “Phat Tire Bike Shop Short Track” at Achord’s MX track. The new improved course will host all the CAT races plus the Kid’s Race, Costume Single Speed Crit, and team relay. Last year’s races provided the most memorable moments of 2010 “fatness” and this year.
If you are planning at trip to Eureka Springs this weekend you are in for a treat, the annual Bluegrass Festival is set for this weekend. This is a free event that is open to the public. 
The festival opened this Thursday with the watermelon eating contest. All contestants are a asked to meet at the Basin Springs Park.
The festival follows with musical events at Basin Springs Park and the Auditorium.
 

Springtime in Eureka Springs

Spring is here, well almost. I am guessing Eureka Springs is not the only place in the southern central states that is experiencing usually warm winter weather. Well, what am I talking about what "Winter" weather? Today I saw my first glimpse of spring, yellow daffodils, jonquils and crocus. They were incredible. Bright yellow and purple, just the most perfect shade of springs. I cannot help but wonder will be have a spring or just an early summer.

Since Eureka Springs residence love to plant their flower garden what better of a place to plan a spring trip. There are so many things to do, visit a unique lady's clothing shop, or stroll into an Art Gallery,or maybe walk thru our own Victorian streets, filled with painted ladies and spring gardens.

For the adventure seeker, there are many canoe and rafting outfitter who can help you spend your days, seeing the White and the Kings Rivers. Soon the Belle of the Ozark will reopen and sail Beaver Lake and her endless shoreline.

Or maybe it a cave or cavern you would like to climb and crawl through, don't forget Lake Leatherwood, America largest City Park and if you still have the energy, plan a hike just here in town, you can truly spent the entire day just walking and capturing Eureka Springs,just like a native.
When planning your Eureka Springs vacation give the Angel at Rose Hall a call,your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and your Eureka Springs Weddings Chapel, the best place for Eureka Springs Lodging and Eureka Springs wedding

 

 



 

 

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