“Trail of Trees” Road-Trip: Things to Consider
The weather looks like it’s going to reward us with a great day for experiencing the Ozarks tomorrow. Still, there are a few things participants should consider while preparing to hit the backwoods along the backroads!
Upcoming Events at Davidsonville Historic State Park
Memorial Day Weekend
May 24, 2013
3:00pm Historic Town Site Tour
5:00PM: Native American Tools and Weapons
Vital Link Celebrates Team: EMS Week 2013
In 1973, President Gerald Ford signed the first proclamation establishing EMS Week. Since that time, EMS Week is celebrated every year to recognize the accomplishments of the men and women who dedicate themselves to saving the lives of others and to educating the public about emergency preparedness. This year’s EMS Week theme is, “EMS: One Mission. One Team.”
Registration Now Open for the 9th Annual T Tauri Movie Camp
The T Tauri Movie Camp is accepting registrations for its 9th annual summer youth program. Launched in 2005, T Tauri has offered a wide variety of workshops related to video production to aspiring filmmakers up to the age of 18. Workshops range from two to four days.
“MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS SHOW” TO FEATURE BREAK OUT STAR ON THE RISE
The “Music in the Mountains Show” will return to the stage Saturday night, May 18th, 6:00 p.m. at the Horseshoe Bend Theatre. The May show will bring a variety of talented guests to the stage, to include the phenomenal house band, The Hwy 289 Band to perform and back their guests.
The Ozark Folk Center State Park is proud to announce the “Old Time Saturday Night” concert series with Brad and Brandon Apple. The Apple Brothers spent quite a bit of time on the Ozark Folk Center State Park stage honing their musical skills as youngsters. Brandon is one of the premier fiddlers, with an Arkansas State Championship to his credit. Over the years the Apple Brothers have established themselves as some of the finest musicians in our area.
Ozark Folk Center State Park Hosts Civil War Exhibit
Fought in earnest: Civil War Arkansas, a free traveling exhibit chronicling major historical events in Arkansas between 1861 and 1865, will be displayed in the Ozark Folk Center State Park, 1032 Park Avenue in Mountain View in the Administration Building lobby. The display will be exhibited from Tuesday May, 21 through Monday May 27, 2013. The exhibit will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Admission to the exhibit is free.
If you have been interested in your EIC Crew’s work concerning “Trail Trees”, you’ll definitely want to join us for this tour which will take us along a route of the Trail of Tears from Melbourne to Old Athens. We’ll see 14 bent trees we believe could have been manipulated by our Native-Ameircan ancestors in order to mark traces through the hills of Izard County!