Featured Artist – Lee Phillips

Featured Guest Artist NCA Art Gallery – Photographer, Lee Phillips Lee Phillips is a retired high school Media Specialist from Florida who moved to Fairfield Bay in 2011. He now enjoys teaching digital photography classes as an Adjunct Instructor for Arkansas State University at the Fairfield Bay Community Education Center. His award winning photographs have […]

FFB E-news December 2016

December is here already! Thanksgiving is over and the Christmas holidays have begun. While some of us are busy wrapping gifts, the Fairfield Bay Community Education Center is wrapping up the events and classes for a very successful 2016 year. Our October 2016 year-to-date activity has far surpassed the total number for the 2015 year! […]

Glo Bowling Has Arrived in Fairfield Bay

Remember the good old days with tie-dye and black lights? You are in for a treat. Those days are back at Fairfield Lanes! Come on over and treat yourself to black-light (glow) bowling fun each Friday night from 5 to 9 p.m. The good news is that there is NO extra charge: everyday regular prices […]

Van Buren County Rescue Fundraiser

Each year the Van Buren County Rescue Squad does a fundraising event like the Haunted Hayride. The admission charges after expenses, to these events have always been designated to return to the Community. This year a Haunted House was done and the Van Buren County Rescue Squad, Inc. is proud to be able to present […]

Van Buren County Board of Realtors Elect 2017 Board of Directors

The Fairfield Bay Realtor Council hosted the monthly meeting of the Van Buren County Board of Realtors on Friday, November 18 with a hot dog/chili cookout at Fire Station #3 adjacent to the new Osage Point Luxury Townhomes construction site. 22 people attended the event with Wayne Harlan and Mike Lester of Ozark Resort Homes […]

Investors Should Avoid “Great Expectations”

Apart from death and taxes, few events in our world are consistently predictable – and investment returns are definitely not one of them. What can you, as an individual investor, do to cope with the ups and downs of the financial markets and make progress toward your long-term goals? To begin with, you should be […]

Foundation News

What is the Cornerstone Society? The Cornerstone Society are those residents and businesses that pledge to give a minimum of $1,200, payable over 24 months, to the Foundation between September 1, 2016 and August 31, 2017. They are the “founders” of the Community Foundation as their initial pledges were used to create the initial civic […]

APL Board Members Needed for 2017

There are three (3) open seats to fill for the 2017 year of the Fairfield Bay Animal Protection League. If you are interested in becoming part of this great organization and willing to help with fundraisers for our four legged friends, please submit a brief description of yourself and why you feel you would be […]

Your Fairfield Bay Library Update

This article is written with the intent to clear up any confusion about library hours, and how the library operates. The library hours are: Mon. 1-4 p.m. Tues. 1-4 p.m. Wed.9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thurs. 1-4 p.m. Fri. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Now let’s explain how our library operates. In spite of what […]

Miles of Memories by Brenda Miles

“What Happened to Our Innocence” This Thanksgiving I am thankful for growing up in a small town in Arkansas during the 50s. We did things and said things then that people are afraid to do and say today because of “political correctness.” During that decade, we had not heard of Ms. Manners or the ACLU. […]