Recreation Offers Summer Craft Classes for Youth…Pictured is Brandi Vandygriff, Recreation Attendant, with three students from the “Trendy Journals” class being held this summer in the Recreation Office. To find out more about classes available call (501) 884-6008.
Monday Morning Visitor’s Welcome We invite all of our visitors to join us each Monday at 9 a.m. for free coffee and donuts along with milk for the kids. Lots of door prizes and fun. Information on all our activities for the week are as follows; The Gomer and Patsy Show Each Tuesday Now Through […]
WEEK OF JULY 22 – July 24 Fairfield Bay Community Education Center 501-884-4440 As always we request that you call in advance to reserve your space… Jewelry Making Wednesday, July 22 10 a.m.-noon Learn the basics of jewelry making, select your beads from our stock, design your earrings, necklace or bracelet and then leave with […]
The North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts & Education (NCAFAE) is sponsoring Emily Powell in a solo photography showing at the First Service Bank in Clinton, AR through the end of August, 2015. Emily Powell, age 22, currently lives in Fairfield Bay, AR. At a very young age, she developed an interest […]
The Community Club held their Annual Town meeting at the Conference Center tonight July 14. Paul Wellenberger and Dwayne Miller, discussed the position of the Club and the City, both are in an upward swing. Patsy Wiedanz, the Election Committee Chair, gave the election results. The numbers are as follows: Lacey Mitchell 777, Doug Landry […]
The first-of-its-kind Church Expo last Saturday provided opportunities for residents and visitors to see the variety of activities the church offers. The added entertainment of the inflatable, octagon house attracted the young and the table games appealed to the young at heart. Musicians filled the air with favorite old hymns while the burgers and dogs […]
An original painting in pastels, by the late Van Swink, has been donated to the Animal Shelter to help raise funds for the abandoned dogs and cats who call the shelter “home.” Inez Swink has generously agreed to help the financially distressed shelter by sharing the framed painting, titled “Antique Roses,”valued at $500. It would […]