In celebration of Arkansas Heritage Month, an event has been planned through BRTC’s Project REACH (Researching Early Arkansas Cultural Heritage) for May 16-18. The event, entitled “Showcasing Treasures: the Rice-Upshaw House and the William Looney Tavern,” will feature three days of activities all free of charge and open to the public. On Thursday, May 16, a presentation on…Details
Ozark Hellbender/Founders Day Celebration Goes On (despite the weather) The Celebration will be held with most events happening as scheduled. The rain is supposed to abate by Saturday with temperatures warming. This evening’s Ozark Hellbender Auction will be held from 6:30 to 8 pm at the old Pocahontas Lumber warehouse next door…Details
The Randolph County Heritage Museum will hold a Salt and Pepper Shaker Exhibit through May 31. The shakers were donated to the museum by Michael Parker. Over 2500 sets were collected through the years by his grandmother Violetta G. Dickson and his mother Eugenia I. Dickson Parker. The museum will only be able to display a small…Details
Oak Creek Apartments has one, one bedroom apartment for rent. If interested contact Reba Brantley at 870-892-8446.
April 4th from 6-8p. Be sure to come see what the Pocahontas downtown square has to offer! Check out the link for the activites planned for this months Stroll the Square. http://eepurl.com/xzb7P