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

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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

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“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 […]

Archeologists Visit Indian Rock Cave

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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 […]

Uganda Missionaries Coming To Greers Ferry

The public is invited to attend a Powerpoint presentation from Dr. Guinn and his wife, Solomie, on Thursday, November 5 from 6 – 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Greers Ferry. Dr. Guinn is a dynamic teacher and his wife Solomie Guinn has been named Children’s Advocate for Uganda. Please come hear them […]

Fairfield Bay Conference Center

What’s Happening at the Conference Center 501-884-4202 The Return of the Gomer and Patsy Show – November 14 Just two more weeks until Gomer and Patsy are back for their final performance of the year. Their show in October was a sell out and the audience loved it all. This show will have lots of […]

Park City by Thom Dillon

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“More and more people are discovering a desire for them, and a powerful solace in them. At bottom, mountains, like all wildernesses, challenge our complacent conviction…that the world has been made for humans by humans. Robert MacFarlane Yes, I love the mountains. There is solace in them, not to mention majesty and grandeur and power. […]

George Gerndt Enjoyed Stainglass Hobby

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Dan Feuer Editor George and his wife, Elda, moved from Milwaukee, WI to Fairfield Bay 25 years ago. With the peace and quiet of the area, George sought out a hobby other than golf that he would enjoy and chose to learn how to make stainglass artwork. A two day class was offered in Harrison, […]

Web Exclusive: Fairfield Bay November Events

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There’s something always happening at beautiful Fairfield Bay and in the month of November, you better hold on to your hats, as theres a whirlwind and flurry of exciting events all around The Bay to join in. November 1st, 10am – Peak Foliage Goat Trail Hike FFB Outdoor Adventure Group Scenic drive to and hike […]

Web Exclusive: Fitness Tip of the Month

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Nice-To-Know Facts About Stretching, Flexibility, And Warming Up by James A. Peterson, Ph.D., FACSM 1. NOT THE SAME. Some people believe that stretching and warming up are more or less the same. They’re not. Warming up is designed to prepare an individual for the demands of the physical activity that follows. As such, a few […]