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H a v e  y o u r  E v e n t  l i s t e d  H E R E !

If you would like an event listed, please use one of the following:

Email:  frontdesk@kthsradio.com

Mail to: P.O. Box 191, Berryville, AR 72616      

Drop off: #1 Radio Drive, Berryville, AR 72616

By Phone:  870-423-2147     By Fax:  870-423-2146

 Upcoming Events:​​​​​

​​​​Friday, October 20, 2017

Make plans to attend the 9th Annual “Voices from Eureka’s Silent City” living history tours at the city cemetery. This year’s performances will take place on Friday and Saturday, October 20th and 21st and again on Friday and Saturday, the 27th and 28th, 2017.
This year our theme is “EUREKA! Believe it or Not!” This year’s performance will focus on the many people, places and things that intrigued Robert Ripley of “Ripley’s Believe it or Not” fame, and many other unique and unbelievable characters! Further information regarding cast and characters will be forthcoming.
One-hour walking tours depart every 20 minutes beginning at 5:30pm, until 8:30pm. Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $5.00 for children 12 and under. Tickets will be sold at the Eureka Springs Historical Museum, located at 95 S. Main Street, at all Cornerstone Bank locations, and at the Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce at Pine Mountain Village. Or, as always, tickets can be purchased at the parking site on the performance dates.
This event is a major fundraiser for the Eureka Springs Historical Museum, and is co-sponsored by Cornerstone Bank, Local Flavor Café, and Aquarius Taqueria.
For further information, please contact Stephanie Stodden at:
director@eurekapspringshistoricalmuseum.org, or by calling 479-253-9417.






Saturday, October 21, 2017

Trick-or-Trot:  Community Event!  The Green Forest High School Sophomore Class is hosting the 5th annual “Trick-or-Trot” on October 21st at 10:00 a.m.  The 5K run and 1 mile family fun walk will start on the east side of the football field.  Immediately after the race, numerous sponsor donations will be raffled off to all entrants. Costumes encouraged.  Entry forms available at and Green Forest office, on the school’s home web page (www.gf.k12.ar.us) and the day of the event. Cost is $15 per runner for pre-registration and $20 day of race. This includes a t-shirt. Please come out and support the Green Forest High school Sophomore class at this fun event! Please contact Laine Smith or Johnny Elmore with any questions at (870)438-5203.

Pancake Breakfast
Basin Spring Lodge #386
Free and Accepted Masons
Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017 
7:30 - 10:30 am
Full Breakfast Served
At: The corner of Harvey & Tower Street in Eureka Springs (Off East Mountain & Hwy 62)
Proceeds benefit the Smead Walden Memorial Scholarship Fund for Eureka Springs Students
Tickets $6.00 each

Annual Head Community Chili Cook Off
Saturday, October 21, 2017
The Head School House Community Center 9 miles North of Green Forest on Hwy 311
Music provided by Sam Barr & Friends and food will be gin at 4:00pm
Bring your favorite pot of Chili to enter or just bring your appetite, for a great cause. The Head Community is continuing to raise money towards the restoration of the Head School House. With your help, the restoration of the exterior has been completed. However, we are still working to raise money to restore the interior of the Head School House. 
For more details call: 870-480-2429


Green Forest Haunted House
Make plans with your friends and family to attend the most talked-about event in town: the second annual high school Haunted House, sponsored by the Class of 2019. Tickets are only $5, but only if you're brave enough to enter the doors, which open at 7 on Saturday the 21 st. Hope to scare you
there!

Riding for "THE CALL" Benefit Barrel Race & Ranch Rodeo
October 21st, 2017
Carroll County Fairgrounds Indoor Arena Berryville, AR
9:00am - Barrel Race Exhibitions
12:00 Noon - PeeWee Barrel Race followed by Open 4D Barrel Race
Bake Sale - Silent Auction - Diaper Drive
Bring a package of diapers or a $10 donation to get a fall or Halloween photo taken by LBS Photography
7:00pm - Costume Ranch Rodeo Grand Entry
Kinds Costume Parade & Contest
Live Auction of Painted Barrels by MerryBee Murals and Kirkland Deli Homemade Pies
$5.00 Admissions Fee for ranch Rodeo
For More Information on the barrel race or ranch rodeo text or call 979-571-1294
Email:
bootsandblingproductions@gmail.com
Until no child is waiting!

The Alpena Historical Society's monthly meeting will be held Saturday, October 21st @ 10 A. M. In the Alpena Methodist Church .  Please come and learn about the area's past.






Sunday, October 22, 2017

Victory Tabernacle Pentecostal Church invites you to a Free Southern Gospel Concert staring The Villines Trio!
Sunday, October 22nd at 11:00 A.M.
Victory Tabernacle Pentecostal Church is located on Hwy 62 West in Green Forest

Miles Pike will be ministering through music at Towering Oaks Church Sunday, October 22nd at 10:30 A.M. All are invited!





Monday, October 23, 2017

It is time for the Carroll County Conservation District’s Annual Nut Sale! Pick up your order forms at the Conservation District office 909 C Freeman Switch Road, Berryville or call 870-423-2638 ext. 3. All orders are due by October 31st.  Payment is due upon receipt of your order. Proceeds help teach young people about conservation!


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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Afghan Raffle
Help Bible Reading Ministry International Declare the Word of God over the Nations!
Tickets $5 or 5 for $20
Call 870-350-0865 or Online at 
www.BibleReadingMarathon.org
Drawing held Nov. 22nd
Winner need not be present to @WIN!
BRMI is nonprofit ministry!
U 2 Can B Used BY God!





Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Upcoming blood drive with CBCO
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO) is the sole local provider of blood for patients at 40 area hospitals in southwest Missouri, northwest Arkansas and southeast Kansas. Sick and injured hospital patients depend on CBCO donors to provide the lifesaving blood they need.
A Negative and O Negative blood types are in short supply
Current blood reserves find shortages among A Negative and O Negative blood types.  There is less than a two day supply of O Negative and A Negative blood.  All donors, especially these types, are encouraged to give blood soon at a CBCO blood drive or donor center.
On average, a transfusion takes place every seven minutes and around 220 donations are needed each day to meet the area’s blood needs. You can help by giving blood at this upcoming blood drive:
Kingston
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
1:00 PM to  6:00 PM
Kingston High School
Highway 74

Each donation will be awarded LifePoints as a part of CBCO’s donor rewards program.  LifePoints may be redeemed online for a variety of gift cards, or points may be assigned to other meaningful causes or charities.  More information on the LifePoints donor rewards program may be found at
www.cbco.org.
To be eligible to give blood, you must weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and present a valid photo ID.  For more information about sharing your good health with others, please visit our website at
www.cbco.org, or call toll-free 1-800-280-5337. Thank you for giving life to your community.






Thursday, October 26, 2017

Thursday, October 26th Berryville Middle School's Purple and Gold bands will be performing a SPOOKTACULAR concert. Please join us in the Bobcat Arena at 7p.m. This is a free concert. Please come out and support these talented young people!





Friday, October 27, 2017

A Pale Horse Rides - A Live Bible Seminar featuring footage filmed on location 
Ooctober 27th at 7:00 pm - Rome is Burning
Saturday, October 28th at 11:00 am - Lunch will be served and Barbarian Fire
Saturday, October 28th at 2:30 pm - An Underground Movement
Free Book while supplies last
Berryville Seventh-day Adventist Church
1330 Highway 62 W in Berryville
Free Childcare (Ages 3 - 12)
For more information and to reserve seats visit
PaleHorseRides.com/Berryville or call (888) 651-2050




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Saturday, October 28, 2017

Join the Eureka Springs Carnegie Library for International "Observe the Moon Night" on October 28th from 7 pm til 9 pm. There will be a talk by Dr. Katherine Auld, President of the Sugar Creek Astronomy Club, as well as activities, and refreshments! This event is free, and all ages are welcome to attend.

​HOLIDAY ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESENTS 3RD ANNUAL OCTOBERFEST TRICK OR TREAT
Saturday, October 28th
1:00 AM to 2:00 PM
SunFest Market Parking Lot in Holiday Island
Burger, Dogs, Chicken, Soda & Water Provided by SunFest
MC with DJ Tic
All Day Music Entertainment
Games, Bouncy House & Treats for the Kids & MORE!


​It’s a Howl-O-Ween Spooktacular Fundraiser at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge the Saturday before Halloween at 7pm. Experience the big cats in the dark of night with a fun night-time tour, games, prizes, hayrides, and more! It’s a night of scary fun at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge, Saturday, October 28th, at 7pm… 7 miles South of Eureka Springs on Highway 23-- normal admission prices apply to this event, visitors to the refuge during the day are allowed free entry to the party that evening. Come see the big cats after dark at Turpentine Creek.


Alpena Smoke -N- the Pass Festival
October 28th, 2017
There will be a BBQ competition, vendor booths, food, live bands, bounce houses, games, raffle drawing, giveaways & so much more. Bring out the family for a fun time at the Alpena Smoke –N- the Pass Festival Downtown Alpena. Come out for Ugly Betty's Chicken Pickin Bingo. For info contact Miranda Massengale at 870-688-0087.

Faith Apostolic Church Fall Fest
Saturday, Oct. 28 11am - 7pm
500 Morris St. in Berryville
All Free!
Bouncy Houses, Kids Bike Raffle, Live music, Hayrides, Soccer, Games, Prizes, Food
Full Eventful Day!
For a ride call Michael at 479-595-5300 or (espanol) Hector 870-350-0946


Berryville High School's marching band will hold their annual chili dinner fundraiser and community performance of this year's show, "Mambo #17" Saturday, October 28th. The chili dinner will be from 5p.m. - 6p.m. and will be served out of the football concession stand.  $5 for adults and $3 for children 10 and under.  The performance will begin at 6p.m. and is FREE. If you haven't had a chance to see their award winning half time show, this is your last chance.  The kids and the directors have all worked so hard this year.  Please come out and show them your support! 

The 19th Annual Newton County Fall Home Tour
Saturday, October 28th
12:00 - 5:00pm
Registration is Noon - 2:00 pm at American Legion Hut, 401 W. Court St. in Jasper
Ticket Price: $10 day of tour or 2 for $18 in advance
For more information contact:
Della Hand at (870) 391-3129
dhand@northark.edu
Mary Morris at (870) 391-3529
mmorris@northark.edu
All proceeds are matched by the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund
www.aspsf.org and used for scholarships for single parents in Newton County.

Eagle Rock Days Halloween Festival
Bring the family out to Eagle Rock Days Halloween Festival on Saturday the 28th from 10am to 5pm at the Eagle Rock Library. Lots of fun stuff for the whole family. Car Show beginning at 10am. Registration for car show starts at 8am. Judging at 10am. Costume contest starting at 1pm. There will also be craft Vendors and food vendors. Stay for Little Miss & Mr. Eagle Rock. For entry information please contact Susan at 417-271-3386. This event brought to you by the Eagle Rock Community Association and The Eagle Rock Friends of the Library.




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Monday, October 30, 2017

It is time for the Carroll County Conservation District’s Annual Nut Sale! Pick up your order forms at the Conservation District office 909 C Freeman Switch Road, Berryville or call 870-423-2638 ext. 3. All orders are due by October 31st.  Payment is due upon receipt of your order. Proceeds help teach young people about conservation!

Upcoming blood drive with CBCO
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO) is the sole local provider of blood for patients at 40 area hospitals in southwest Missouri, northwest Arkansas and southeast Kansas. Sick and injured hospital patients depend on CBCO donors to provide the lifesaving blood they need.
All blood types are currently at adequate levels
Current reserves include at least a three-day supply of blood for area patients and emergent situations.  Since it takes hundreds of donations per day to meet area patient needs, reserve levels can and often do fluctuate throughout the week.  Blood donors are encouraged to give soon at a CBCO blood drive or donor center.
On average, a transfusion takes place every seven minutes and around 220 donations are needed each day to meet the area’s blood needs. You can help by giving blood at this upcoming blood drive:
Huntsville
Monday, October 30, 2017
8:30 AM to  2:00 PM
Huntsville High School
594 S Harris

Each donation will be awarded LifePoints as a part of CBCO’s donor rewards program.  LifePoints may be redeemed online for a variety of gift cards, or points may be assigned to other meaningful causes or charities.  More information on the LifePoints donor rewards program may be found at
www.cbco.org.
To be eligible to give blood, you must weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and present a valid photo ID.  For more information about sharing your good health with others, please visit our website at
www.cbco.org, or call toll-free 1-800-280-5337. Thank you for giving life to your community.




Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Come join the Berryville FFA for a super fun and SAFE way to enjoy Halloween from 6 pm til 10:30 pm at the Carroll County Fairgrounds! Free Hotdogs, chips and drinks! Lots of fun games and contests for all ages to enjoy! You can trick or treat at each station! We will have a haunted house, hayride, best costume contest, and so much more! Bring your carved pumpkin to be entered to win an awesome prize! We can't wait to see all of you there! Admission is $5 a person and free for kids 5 and under! If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Berryville FFA FB page and comment on their post or call Gracie Beck at 870-480-3665.


Come one, come all, small and tall, and let us celebrate fall in the halls at Autumn Hill in Berryville! Bring your little trick-or-treaters to Autumn Hill’s Halls Tuesday, October 31st from 6:30 to 7:30 pm for some treats and some love. Autumn Hill, the perfect place for a safe and fun place to trick or treat. Whether you’re small or tall, you’re all invited to help us celebrate Fall at Autumn Hill Skilled Nursing & Rehab, located just behind Mercy Hospital in Berryville. 


Have a Safe and Happy Halloween in Eureka Springs. We will have extra staff all along the Upper Loop to help ensure the safety of pedestrians both small and large. Vehicular traffic access will be limited to local residents and/or those with a lodging or dining destination on the Historic Upper Loop. Officers will be posted at both ends of the Upper Loop, as well as Officers, Reserves, and Volunteers all along the Loop from 5 - 9pm on Halloween evening. We hope to see you on the Historic Upper Loop for a safe, fun, and Happy Halloween night.


Come join us for Trunk or Treat on the Square in Blue Eye October 31, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to when movie is over. Movie will start as soon as it gets dark so don't miss it!! Everyone Welcome! Bring your chair, blanket and your kiddo's for a fun night! Sponsored by the State Line Cruisers

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Southern Heights Baptist Church Community Wide Fall Harvest Carnival
5:30-7:30, Tue. Oct. 31 (Halloween night)
Cotton candy, popcorn, sno-cones, hot dogs, chili and beef stew for the whole family- all free of charge-
Lots of games and prizes- shoot the water cannon on a real fire engine- play in two different bounce houses-
Plus a “trunk or treat” lot with over 20 candy stations for your trick or treaters


​Freeman Heights Baptist Church Fall Festival 
Tuesday October 31st from 6-8pm
Food, games, candy, fun for the whole family





Thursday, November 2, 2017

Chili Cook-off Fundraiser
Thursday, November 2nd from 5 to 8pm
Berryville United Methodist Church
First Prize is $50.00
This event is open to the public.
The judges will be the local pastors and all chili recipes must be in the church Fellowship Hall by 3pm. Judging will be from 4:00 to 4:30.
Suggested price for all you can eat is $5.00
Menu: Chili (this is the only recipe that will be judged), Chicken Noodle Soup, Salad, Desserts and Drinks
For more information call: 870-3500-2938 or 870-423-2505

Carroll County Autumnfest 5k & Scarecrow Races
November 4th
9 AM
Presented by Grandma's House
5k Run and Walk Begins at 9:30 AM
Come in your scarecrow costume run the 5k then stay for the Scarecrow Races and Festivities!
$25 for Adults, $15 for 13-17, $10 for kids under 12
Register in Person at Berryville Community Center or Evan's Feed Store in Green Forest
Online at
https://runsignup.com/Race/AR/Berryville/CarrollCountyAutumnfest5k
Deadline to Register and Receive T-Shirt and Goody Bag is October 21st
Autumnfest will be at Berryville Community Center
There will be Games, Food,  and Prizes!

The annual meeting for the Carroll County Fair Association will be held, Tuesday, November 2, 2017 @ 7 p.m. at the Carroll County Cattlemen’s Building located on the Carroll County Fairgrounds.  The purpose of the meeting is to elect new board members and officers for the year 2018.  If you are interested in becoming a Fair Board member please make plans to attend this meeting.





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​​Monday, November 6, 2017

2017 Berryville Leaf Pick-up Routes By Streets
To ensure that your leaves get picked up, please have leaves at curb or edge of street on Monday of your scheduled week.
Route 1: Monday, November 6th through Friday, November 10th.
Wilson Dr., West ridge Subdivision, Trinnen, Champion Hills, Chrisna Maria, Nunez, Oakview, Maple, North Ave., Railroad Circle, Spaulding, W. Freeman, Elm, Walnut, Cherry, Alma, Craig, Carson, Linda, Bobo, Jefferson, Park, Freeman Switch, Boyer, Charles, Garner, Hwy 62 Spur, Champlin, Industrial Dr., Ruth, Hwy 62 W (W. Trimble), Birch Tree Subdivision





Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Bone Jour Gala
at the Crescent Hotel
Tuesday, November 7th from 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Food and Fun, Boutique, Live Auction, Raffles
Tickets: $20 in Advance, $25 at the Door
All proceeds benefit Good Shepherd Humane Society
www.goodshepherd-hs.org




Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Afghan Raffle
Help Bible Reading Ministry International Declare the Word of God over the Nations!
Tickets $5 or 5 for $20
Call 870-350-0865 or Online at 
www.BibleReadingMarathon.org
Drawing held Nov. 22nd
Winner need not be present to @WIN!
BRMI is nonprofit ministry!
U 2 Can B Used BY God!






Friday, November 10, 2017

The Green Forest High School Student Council cordially invites the community to their annual Veterans Day Assembly in the Grim Gym on Friday, November 10th at 10 a.m.  All veterans and their families are welcome to attend.  Anstaff Bank of Green Forest will provide lunch for veterans and their guests immediately following the assembly.





Monday, November 13, 2017

2017 Berrryville Leaf Pick-up Routes By Streets
To ensure that your leaves get picked up, please have leaves at curb or edge of street on Monday of your scheduled week.
Route 2: Monday, November 13th through Friday, November 17th.
Springfield (from Freeman intersection north) E. Freeman, Standley, Jennifer, Janet, Julie, Bobby, Brenda, Northside, Valley, Jackson, Mountain, Saunders Hts., Hill, Del Norte, Hanby, St. George, Graham, Lonnie Lane, Monte Vista, Meadowmere, Bryan, Dawn, Lynn, Wren, Pine, Locust, Sycamore, Hickory






​​Monday, November 20, 2017

2017 Berryville Limb Pick-up
All Limbs will be picked up during the week of November 20th - 22nd, 2017. Please have them at the curb on Monday, November 20th and all facing the same direction in manageable bundles. No bigger than 9 inches diameter on the largest end will be picked up. This program is for miscellaneous limbs that fall due to storms and time, not for complete tree trimming or tree removal. These services are provided for residential city addresses only, not commercial properties.





Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Afghan Raffle
Help Bible Reading Ministry International Declare the Word of God over the Nations!
Tickets $5 or 5 for $20
Call 870-350-0865 or Online at 
www.BibleReadingMarathon.org
Drawing held Nov. 22nd
Winner need not be present to @WIN!
BRMI is nonprofit ministry!
U 2 Can B Used BY God!




Monday, November 27, 2017

2017 Berryville Leaf Pick-up Routes By Streets
To ensure that your leaves get picked up, please have leaves at curb or edge of street on Monday of your scheduled week.
Route 3: Monday, November 27th through Friday, December 1st.
W. College, Potter, School, Ferguson, Campbell, Bunch, Miller, Curtis Lance, George, N. Main, S. Springfield (from Freeman intersection, south), Perkins, Hogue, Hubbert, Monroe, Carl,Adams, Bunch Springs (City limits only), W. Trimble, Eureka, Academy, West View,Baker, Spring, Doxey, Fancher, Pinkley Lane, W. Madison, W. Church, Tabor, Gibson, McKennon, Rose, Phillips, Martin, Morris, Cedarvale, Swofford, Atchley, Clark, Huntsville, W. Carl, Paradise Heights, Sunset Blvd., Hank Blvd.







Friday, December 1, 2017
Eureka Spring Christmas Parade Friday, December 1st. One of Eureka’s favorite parades. This evening parade rolls at 6:00PM through the beautifully decorated downtown streets with floats, walkers, bands and thousands of lights. Start your holiday season in Eureka. The theme for 2017 will be “Peace On Earth”.






Saturday,December 2, 2017

Berryville Christmas Parade will be held Saturday, December 2nd at 6:30 P.M. The theme for this years parade is "Christmas Movies"!






​​Monday, December 4, 2017

2017 Berryville Leaf Pick-up Routes By Streets
To ensure that your leaves get picked up, please have leaves at curb or edge of street on Monday of your scheduled week.
Route 4: Monday, December 4th through Friday, December 8th.
Shaver, Pritchard, Ada, Caddie, Douglas, Hanna, Jericho, Duke, Smalley, E. College, Chafin, Spruce, Laura, Carter Ave., Amanda, Kristy, Clive, Jessica, Marie, Rhea, Kimberly,E. Madison, E. Church, Branch, Cain, Elsie, McCloud, Basore, Simpson, E. Carl, Hammons, Nelson Dr., Orchard, Rice, Edwards, Hammons, Carter St., Hailey, Lone Pine, S. Main, Circle Drive, Pleasant,High, Magnolia, Rebecca,Casey Lane, Oak Ridge, Paradise Cove









Ongoing Events:

Third Judicial District Court 2017 Amnesty Program for Failure to Pay and Failure to Appear Warrants

The Third Judicial District Court will offer an amnesty program that allows those with outstanding warrants for overdue fines and failure to appear, to make arrangements to get back on track with the Court with no additional penalties.

The Third Judicial District Court was created in 2017 and serves Carroll and Madison Counties. It is made up of the District Courts in Berryville, Eureka Springs, Green Forest, and Huntsville.

Those with warrants for non-payment of fines or failure to appear can have their warrants served, and the additional fees and costs for those warrants eliminated, if they take advantage of the program.

Anyone who has a warrant for non-payment or failing to appear in court can go to the Jail and they will be served with the warrant and immediately released with a Court date. The will then need to come to Court on the date they are given to talk to Judge Ramsey about getting back on track with their payments or their case.

The Amnesty Program runs from September 1 to September 15.

Those with warrants from the District Court in Berryville, Eureka Springs, or Green Forest will need to go to the Detention Center in Berryville. If the warrant is from the District Court in Huntsville, they will need to go to the Jail in Huntsville.

If anyone has questions, or want to know if they are eligible for the Program, they can stop by the Court's booth at the Fair, or they may call the District Court in Berryville at 870-423-6247, the District Court in Eureka Springs at 479-253-8574, the District Court in Green Forest at 870-438-5866, or the District Court in Huntsville at 479-738-2911.


Berryville Eyecare Clinic provides free eye exam and glasses for school children who qualify through the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation. See your school nurse for more information.



Sunday

Good Shepherd Humane Society needs new volunteers for 4 hour shift at their Berryville or Eureka Springs thrift stores.  Call store manager Janet at 479-244-7156 or stop by.  Stores open every day except Monday from 10 to 5 p.m. The dogs and cats thank you!


Become a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children (CASA volunteer) and speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children. Volunteers are needed in Carroll County. Lift up a child's voice. A child's life. Get involved at www.nwacasa.org or call 479-725-2213.


St. James Episcopal Church holds community suppers from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Sundays. Meals are provided by local restaurants. St. James is the church with the red door located at 86 Prospect Ave. on the Historic Loop. Meals are served downstairs in the undercroft.


Monday

Carroll County Cruisers and Collectables meets the last Monday of every month at various locations. Show and Shine Cruise-ins will be held during the spring and summer months on the Berryville Square. For more information call 879-423-7928.


The Holiday Island Hikers hike every Monday, rain or shine at locations near and far. Hikes are rated for difficulty. Those hiking are encouraged to dress in layers and bring a hiking stick, water and insect repellent. Lunch is usually eaten out. Hikes vary in length, departure time and location. Contact Dan Kees at 660-287-2082 or dandtkees@cox.net for more information.


The Green Forest Lions Club will met at noon on the first and third Monday of each month at the Country Rooster Cafe and Antiques on the square in Green Forest.

The Carroll County Republican Committee holds their monthly meeting at 7:00 pm every 2nd Monday of each month at the Carroll Electric Community Room in Berryville. The Carroll County Republican Women meet at 6 pm before the committee meeting. Refreshments served. Want to volunteer? Call Kellie at 870-480-6315.


Do you have more eggs than you know what to do with? Do you have more than enough produce from your garden? Would like to give these extras to someone who could really use it? Please consider donating it to Loaves & Fishes Food Bank in Berryville. We give free food to the poor in Carroll County. You can drop off eggs or produce during open hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-2 and Tuesday from 4-6. If you have questions, our phone number is 870-423-4246. Than You and God Bless you!


The North Arkansas College and Carnegie Library are partnering to host free GED classes Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bobcat Plaza.
Evening Classes are available Monday and Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
These classes will prepare you with individualized study and tutoring to take the GED test. The morning classes are open to 16- and 17- year-old's who meet who meet educational requirements. If you are 18 to 21 years of age, The Arkansas Workforce Center is offering a chance for 40 hours' work per week for attending the classes 20 hours a week.
For further information, contact the Carroll County Center at 870-423-4455.


Tuesday

The Carroll County Senior Activity and Wellness Center is offering yoga classes from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. every Thursday. The class was developed with seniors in mind, and beginners are welcome. The class is free for seniors over the age of 60. For more information, call the senior center at 870-423-3265.


The Berryville Library will host a monthly Adult Book Club on the second Tuesday of each month from 6:30pm til 7:30pm. For more information call 870-423-2323.


ECHO Stores are offering Music & Movement Storytimeevery TUESDAY during the summer @10am in the book department/children’s section. Last one being August 2nd. We recognize the remarkable effects of music on the brain and the many benefits of music and movement for children combined with a great story being comforting and inspirational! FREE Storytime on Tuesdays through Aug 2nd @10am. Danyelle Harris, ECHO Store Manager, will be leading the storytimes. 


The Farewell 4-H Club has resumed meetings. They will meet the second Tuesday of every month at the Head School House at 6 PM and always have a potluck supper. The club is for anyone eager to learn about the country, or old-fashioned way of life that seems to be fading. 

Do you have more eggs than you know what to do with? Do you have more than enough produce from your garden? Would like to give these extras to someone who could really use it? Please consider donating it to Loaves & Fishes Food Bank in Berryville. We give free food to the poor in Carroll County. You can drop off eggs or produce during open hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-2 and Tuesday from 4-6. If you have questions, our phone number is 870-423-4246. Than You and God Bless you!


Wednesday

The Eureka Springs Carnegie Library host a weekly Song and Story Time for toddlers and preschool children and their caregivers at 10:30 a.m. every Wednesday at 194 Spring St.


Youth For Christ @ Berryville United Methodist Church
Wednesday after school
Food, Fun, Fellowship
1st Wednesday of the Month - Games, Tetherball, Ping Pong
2nd Wednesday of the Month - Movie & Popcorn Night
3rd Wednesday of the Month - Bowling or Pizza Night
4th Wednesday of the Month - Youth Choice


The Berryville Lions Club meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday in the Mercy Hospital Dayroom @ 12:30. All are welcomed to attend. For more information about lions Club you can go to www.lionsclubs.org or contact club president Tyler Ashworth at 870-423-2161 ext 1302.


Do you have more eggs than you know what to do with? Do you have more than enough produce from your garden? Would like to give these extras to someone who could really use it? Please consider donating it to Loaves & Fishes Food Bank in Berryville. We give free food to the poor in Carroll County. You can drop off eggs or produce during open hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-2 and Tuesday from 4-6. If you have questions, our phone number is 870-423-4246. Than You and God Bless you!


Thursday

Pre-K Story Time - School Rocks! at the Berryville Public Library every week on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.


​Alcoholics Anonymous Group of Berryville meets Thursday nights at 7PM in the lower level of the Community of Christ Church on 503 Orchard Drive across from Mercy Hospital. This is an open meeting and all are invited to attend.


Bentonville American Legion Post 77 meets at 7 p.m. the first Thursday of each month in the Masonic Lodge, 805 NW Eighth St. in Bentonville. A light dinner is served at 6 p.m.


The Eureka Springs Carnegie Library host a weekly LEGO Club every Thursday from 3:00pm til 4:00pm. Build your own creations in the Library!  We will supply Legos and snacks!  For ages 5-12. Please do not bring your own Legos, as they might get lost.


Mercy Auxiliary in conjunction with Area Agency on Aging sponsors an Alzheimer’s Support Group for Caregivers the THIRD THURSDAY of each month from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the conference room at Area Agency at 1204 Primrose in Berryville.
Caregivers are welcome at any meeting to share experiences and to receive comfort and resources.
For more information, call Rebecca Davis at 870-350-3415 or Anita Spearman at 479-981-0626​


Little Switzerland Amateur Radio Club meets at 12:00 noon on the second Thursday of the month, and at 6:30 PM on the third Thursday of the month. Check out their website at http://Isarc.us for current information on the location of each meeting. 


Carroll County Beekeepers will meet at the Carroll Electric Community Room at 920 Highway 62 Spur in Berryville at 6:30 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday of each month.


Friday

The Eureka Springs Carnegie Library host a First Friday Book Club every first Friday of the month. Come pick up this month's selection at the library! Everyone is welcome.


The Eureka Springs Carnegie Library host a monthly Alpha Geek Eureka Springs Library Teens on the first Friday of each month. Gather for gaming, movies, DIY and more. Nerdy or not, everyone is welcome. Donkey Kong, Daleks, D20s--oh my! Check our Facebook page for details at www.facebook.com/LibraryTeens! For Teens ages 10+


First Southern Baptist Church of Holiday Island will host a family movie and game night at 6 pm, the first Friday of every month.  Call 479-253-6711 for more information.


Do you have more eggs than you know what to do with? Do you have more than enough produce from your garden? Would like to give these extras to someone who could really use it? Please consider donating it to Loaves & Fishes Food Bank in Berryville. We give free food to the poor in Carroll County. You can drop off eggs or produce during open hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-2 and Tuesday from 4-6. If you have questions, our phone number is 870-423-4246. Than You and God Bless you!


Holiday Island Community Church Friday Bible Study.
Having completed our study of Jeremiah, we will be taking a short “End of Summer Vacation” in our weekly Friday Bible Study..
We will send a notice when the Friday Bible study will resume, most likely the mid to end of September.
We have lively discussions, and a great deal of fun while learning about the Bible.
Please look for our notice of Bible Study resuming, and plan to attend.
Holiday Island Community Church is located at 188 Stateline Drive.


Saturday

Bentonville American Legion Post 77 hosts "A Veteran's Coffee" from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. the fourth Saturday of each month at the Center for Nonprofit at St. Mary's Building, 1200 W. Walnut St. in Rogers on the 1st floor. ANY and ALL Veterans are invited.


Trail Maintenance Supervisor at Hobbs State Park Requests Volunteer Help
Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area with 12,056 acres of wooded land  is the largest of all of the 52 Arkansas State Parks.  In the course of a year over 43,000 visitors use the 35 miles of trail that meander throughout the Park.  Twenty-four of those miles are multi-use, meaning that you can ride your horse, non-motorized bike, or hike.  The remaining miles of trail are for hiking only.
Visitor use and erosion due to weather, relentlessly take their toll on the trails.  Al Knox, Trail Maintenance Supervisor at the Park, is a maintenance crew of but one; therefore, the efforts of volunteers are an indispensable means of making sure the Hobbs trails are properly maintained.  Typical tasks for volunteers include repair of drainage structures, pruning, vegetation removal, and trail tread maintenance.  No prior experience is necessary, and you can learn new skills.
If you like to hike, bike, or ride and enjoy well maintained trails, call Al Knox and become a trail maintenance volunteer at Hobbs State Park.

  • What to bring:  Sturdy boots, gloves, appropriate clothing, water, and snacks
  • Where to meet:  Hobbs State Park Maintenance Complex on War Eagle Road at the Hwy. 12/War Eagle Road intersection
  • When:   Second Saturday every month
  • Time:    8:00 am

Please call Al Knox, Trail Maintenance Supervisor at Hobbs State Park, to let him you are coming so he can properly plan activities.  479-530-2458




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