June is Jammin’ in Eureka Springs

June 1st-3rd
Eureka Springs Mustang Weekend

Mustangs from every generation that range from daily driven to concourse restored to modified. Any Ford product is welcome to attend.   Show is Saturday in Pine Mountain Village parking lot with parade at 4pm.   https://www.midwestblueoval.club/event/2018-eureka-springs-ar-mustang-days/

 

June 2nd
Drumming in the Park

Basin Spring Park, 6pm

Angelo is back with “Drumming in the Park”!!! Come on down to Basin Spring Park bring your drum and join in the fun, everyone is encouraged to join in on the drumming circle.

 

June 8th & 9th
NWA Hook In

Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center

Rug hooking classes on Friday, June 8th, Saturday Rug Show Shopping & Lunch.   Admission is $55.00 and includes lunch. All class kit fees are in addition to admission and should be paid to your teacher. Saturday Rug Show Shopping and Lunch Admission $20.00 Visit us on Facebook for more info at https://www.facebook.com/events/2040454342860579/

June 9th
2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll

Around town, 6pm-9pm

The Gallery Association presents its special Second Saturday gallery stroll through historic downtown. The galleries stay open from 6PM-9PM for your enjoyment with special artists’ showings and demonstrations.  Light refreshments and wine served in participating shops & galleries.

June 15th-17th
Blues Weekend

Coco Montoya is coming to Eureka Springs for a special Blues Weekend performance featuring Carolyn Wonderland in The Auditorium on Saturday, June 16th starting @ 8:00 PM.  Doors open @ 7:00 PM. Tickets available at www.theaud.org. We will have FREE music in Basin Spring Park on Friday from 5 PM-7:00 PM  with b blues guitarist, Selwyn Birchwood.   Super Sunday, June 17th Father’s Day Blues @ Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge from 1:00 PM-6:00 PM.  Gates open @ noon.   For tickets for Sunday, visit  www.eurekaspringsblues.com.

June 22d
Opening Night at The Opera in the Ozarks

Inspiration Point Opera Center

Opera in the Ozarks is thrilled to announce its 68th season, featuring young artists at the start of their professional careers.  The 2018 season will feature nearly two dozen performances beginning on June 22 and concluding on July 20 and will feature performances of  Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia,  Johann Strauss Jr.’s Die Fledermaus, and Douglas Moore’s The Ballad of Baby Doe. The Rossini opera will be performed in Italian with English supertitles. The other two productions will be in English, with the Strauss opera using an…

June 22nd
Jettway Performance

The Auditorium, 7:30pm

Jettway Performance Mid-South Summer Tour in The Auditorium! The 2 hour concert will be made up of musical performances from ages 5 years old to 17 years of age students that attend the music school ” Jettway Performance” just south of Little Rock, Arkansas. It is a free concert. They will be playing popular covers of songs from Country Music, Classic Rock, and much more!  The show is slated to begin at 7:30pm and conclude at 9:30pm.

June 30th
Eureka Springs Birthday Stroll

Costumed, guided historical walking tours in and around the heart of historic downtown Eureka Springs. The Eureka Springs Historical Museum announces the dates for the 3rd Annual Eureka Springs 4th of July Birthday Stroll, starting at the St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church (30 Crescent Drive)…tours leave every 30 minutes.  This fun-filled historical event will take place on Saturday, June 30th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Learn about the history of Eureka Springs while you stroll through the Mearns Park area in our fair city.  After the stroll, enjoy birthday cake and ice cream at the St. James Episcopal Church garden area!

And remember, if planning on taking the tour, our historic limestone sidewalks are uneven, so proceed with caution. And also remember to wear comfortable walking shoes, as this is a lengthy walk. ESHM is not responsible for accidents that may occur while on the stroll.

For more information and advance tickets (limited amount of tickets) call 479-253-9417 or visit www.eurekaspringshistoricalmuseum.org.

 

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