Midnight Express Show Coming to Fairfield Bay

Talk about a “jack of all trades!” Randy Holland is the lead musician, drummer and vocalist of Midnight Express. Of course this is his side “gig.” His main job is Mayflower, AR’s mayor. However, when he is working the Midnight Express he is ALL IN, performing music and impersonations for all ages to remember and […]

Calendars a Benefit for Bay Animals

Excitement is growing in the Bay for the upcoming play, Calendar Girls, to be presented at the Fairfield Bay Conference Center on April 1,2,9 and 10. Tickets are available at the Conference Center for $18 or by phone using a major credit card at 884-4202. Adding to the excitement, Our Towne Productions and Photographer, Ron […]

Shirley Student Art Exhibit At 1st Service in Clinton

1st Service Bank in Clinton is hosting this incredible mixed media art exhibit. The public is invited to view the Shirley School student gallery of art during bank business hours. Art Educator, Layna Jones, has been teaching art in the Shirley Public Schools for the past three years. She loves to integrate literature, math and […]

Featured Artist, Ellen Kelly

Feature artist, Ellen Kelly, an area artist getting her paintings together to submit to the NCA Art Gallery’s New Exhibit When Ellen Kelly left South Central Kansas’ prairie in 2005 for the Arkansas woods, she decided that it was time to fulfill a lifelong ambition to paint. The creative side of her personality began at […]

Calling All Artists

The North Central Arkansas (NCA) Art Gallery invites painters, 3 Dimensional artists, and photographers to submit works for the April 18 Art Exhibition in the Fairfield Bay Conference Center, 110 Lost Creek, Fairfield Bay. The artwork is open to all artist eighteen years or older. Registration Forms are available at the Fairfield Bay Conference Center […]

Textile Artist, Alice Chambers at Library

Alice Chambers has always loved art, music, theater, dance, and writing (basically anything creative). When Alice was a child, her mother made her dresses and Alice made things out of the scaps. “My dolls would have interesting cloths, my paper dolls would have cloth clothes glued to paper,” said Ms. Chambers. She began with sewing […]

Back Stage Pass Party

Our Towne Productions will be presenting the play, Calendar Girls, on April 1,2,9 and 10 at the Fairfield Bay Conference Center Theater. Tickets are on sale at the Conference Center for $18 and also may be purchased over the phone with any major credit card by calling 884-4202. As an added attraction, the Cast and […]

Mike McAllister Completes The “Mesa”

Mesa; a flat topped elevation with one or more cliff like sides, common in the Southwest. The Southwest Indians used these for shelter from weather and intruders. Mike McAllister, a member of Woodcarvers Unlimited of Fairfield Bay, has recently completed carving ” Mesa ” in deep relief and then painted it with acrylics. The depth […]

FFB Welcomes “Brick” Fields Duo

Rachel Fields, a multi-talented musician born in Pine Bluff, AR; became accustomed to hearing her “nanny” (Ms. Marcella Jackson) singing Gospel and African American Traditional music to her at the age of two and three years young. Rachel then began singing to and entertaining her own family at the young age of three and four […]

February Piecemaker’s News

In contrast to the winter weather that had caused the cancellation of our January meeting, Wednesday, February 17 was a beautiful, spring-like day for Piecemaker’s monthly Quilt Club meeting, with more than 34 members, new members and guests in attendance. Susan Moore, our new president, and Evelyn Eades, our new vice-president, were both unable to […]