Chef’s Treat Contest


Enjoy a meal at “Top of the Rock” or the “Sunset Room” and you can enter the Chef’s Treat contest. A new winner every month from November thru February. Monthly winners will be awarded a “Meal for 2” certificate. Come in, select your delicious meal and see what we have done to improve your dining […]

OUT OF BOUNDS By Geary (Smedley) Leason


If God had a Website Oliver P. Smedley, the Bay’s seedy geezer known for his off-the-wall philosophizing, threw one of his beauties out at the church’s mens group that meets for breakfast at Jack’s every Monday morning. Smedley mused that many folks have some questions they would like to ask God but don’t have the […]

FFB Library Display

Fire Display

Library Fire Display…As everyone knows the Fairfield Bay Fire and Rescue squads do amazing work in our community!  Now you can see the beginnings of that work.  Stop by the FFB library and see the “Fire Memorabilia & Antiquities” display.  These items are from years gone by, complete with the original paperwork explaining much of […]

IRV Tea Cup Auction And More

The Annual Tea Cup Auction and Bazaar sponsored by the Indian Rock Village Auxiliary gets bigger and better every year. You’ll see many holiday treasures, drool over bake sale goodies, compete in the cake-walk and enjoy looking at all the hand-made items that are sure to tempt you. The exciting holiday event is Saturday, November […]

Fairfield Bay Conference Center

What’s Happening at the Conference Center 501-884-4202 December 3 – New Art Arrives – North Central Arkansas Art Gallery The North Central Art Gallery will be bringing in new art on Monday December 1. Charlotte Ryerson will be changing the current offerings with all new art from local as well as art from around Arkansas. […]

Hope For The Future: Uganda, East Africa

Uganda project

Dr. Dwight E. Guinn and Solomie Guinn are building a compound with a self sustainable orphanage which will start with 12 girls and 12 boys. There will be a common area in the center separating the dormitories. This area will be used for office purposes, fellowship area, dining and a kitchen off the back. The […]

The Pacific Northwest By Thom Dillon


“several small streams fall from a much greater hight, and in their decent become a perfect mist which collecting on the rocks below again become visible and decend a second time in the same manner before they reach the base of the rocks.” Meriwether Lewis (1805) Humans are explorers. By nature we go out and […]

Conference Center New NCA Art Exhibit

North Central Arkansas (NCA) Art Gallery in the Fairfield Bay Conference Center invites you to a delightful new art exhibit. The NCA Art Gallery brings quality Fine Art to our community with good taste & family values. The exhibit features the following artists’ artwork: sculptor- Anne Mitchell; Stain Glass artists-Karen Gehl, Barbara Cornett, Collene Halldorson, […]

Archeologists Visit Indian Rock Cave


Dr. Jamie Brandon, right, Research Station Archeologist with Arkansas Archeological Survey from the University of Arkansas Fayettvile, along with Jerry Hillard, left, also with Archeological Survey, and PHD Grad Candidate, Kaelin Groom, visit the Indian Rock Cave in Fairfield Bay to study the carvings and do mapping of the cave. Kaelin, is taking photos of the […]

Birders Flock to Russellville For Convention

Audobon Society

Experience the delights of Fall Birding at the 2014 Arkansas Audubon Society (AAS) Fall Convention, which will meet Friday, November 14 through Sunday, November 16 at the Lake Point Conference Center on Lake Dardanelle. The convention will feature birding field trips and special presentations. Additionally, participants will enjoy a silent auction, door prizes, and opportunities […]