When the initial battles of the Revolutionary War broke out in April, 1775, few colonists desired complete independence from Great Britain, and those who did were considered radical. By the middle of the following year, however, many more colonists had come to favor independence, thanks to growing hostility against Britain and the spread of revolutionary […]
On Friday, July 4, Mayor Paul Wellenberger will sign a proclamation declaring Fairfield Bay a “Purple Heart Community.” The Purple Heart was created by General George Washington in 1782 as a badge of honor and distinction. The award the General created at that time was in essence the forerunner of our current Medal of Honor. […]
An amazing display of woodcarving talent can be seen at the Fairfield Bay Library! Rich Birdsell, a local craftsman, is sharing some of the animals he has created in the library display case. Stop by and enjoy all the details in his work, even the seashells! Anyone wishing to have their collection considered for future […]
What’s Happening at the Conference Center Thanks to everyone who attended the Our Town Players production of Arsenic and Old Lace. Everyone in the cast appreciates your generous support and wonderful response to the play. NCAFA&E Stars & Stripes Concert Internationally Known Keyboardist, Pianist and Organist will be appearing in the Performing Arts Theater on […]
Interested in forming a “Tennis Club” in Fairfield Bay? We would enjoy hearing from you!!! Members will enjoy playing with other tennis players of all levels and serving as FFB Tennis Ambassadors to guests in the Bay. Please call Ann Helmbeck, Recreation Manager at 501-884-6008 for more information.
Indian Hills Golf Course will begin our greens renovations July 7, 2014. We will be changing from bent grass to Tifeagle Bermuda grass. Many of our current greens are original greens built in 1973. Having bent grass this far south is quite a challenge. The change-over will save us a large sum of money on […]
On July 6, 2014, the North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education will feature Alfred Lee in A Stars and Stripes Concert . Expect to be WOWed with this outstanding patriotic performance. In the span of twelve years, (beginning in 2000), Dr. Lee served as director of Music for two Episcopal churches in […]