Calendar

Apr
28
Fri
Springfest in Heber Springs
Apr 28 – Apr 29 all-day
Veterans no cost Rides Friday to VA Hospital in Little Rock
Apr 28 @ 1:14 am – 2:14 am

Attention Veterans: The disabled Veterans of Arkansas invites Veterans to take advantage of the no cost rides to the Veterans Hospitals in Little Rock and North Little Rock. The van runs each Monday and Friday except Holidays. The Van Starts in Mountain View and makes pickups in Drasco, Concord, Floral, Pleasant Plains, Bald Knob, Searcy, Beebe, Cabot and Jacksonville. To Schedule a Ride call 870-269-4277.

Daisy Patch Quilt Show in Clinton
Apr 28 @ 9:00 am – Apr 29 @ 3:45 pm

Mark your calendars for the Daisy Patch Quilt Show.
April 28th-29th 9Am-4PM
Cleburne County Fair Grounds
880 Bittle Road
Heber Springs Ar
Entires may be brought in on April 25th from 9AM until 4PM.
For more information contact Gerri Shipley at 501-206-8965

Apr
29
Sat
Springfest in Heber Springs
Apr 29 – Apr 30 all-day
Bee Branch Fire Department Spring Fest
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Bee Branch Fire Department will be hosting a Spring Fest on April 29th from 10am to 5pm. There will be BBQ, vendors, face painting, and more!

Bobby Randall Concert
Apr 29 @ 7:00 pm

FNBC Community Bankers and CenturyLink present Bobby Randall, Nashville Recording Artist and a member of the Confederate Railroad. in a concert at the Salem Civic Center in Salem Arkansas on April 29. The concert will start at 7:00 p.m. Save by purchasing advance tickets.

Bobby Randall was the first lead guitarist for Sawyer Brown. He appeared with the band on Star Search in 1983-84. In 1991 he became the only founding member to leave the group. Randall took a job hosting a Star Search-like talent show, You Can Be a Star on The Nashville Network (TNN). Randall also hosted a show called The Wildhorse Saloon also on TNN. He was the Anchor on a show called Behind the Game that aired on Fox Sports Net. His band is a regular at the Nashville Palace. Randall joined the band Confederate Railroad in 2011. Not only is Bobby an excellent singer but he can be found on the tour playing Steel guitar and Fiddle.

Opening for Bobby Randall will be Nashville’s Melissa Lee. Currently touring with Confederate Railroad, Melissa Lee is an up-and-coming Nashville Country music artist to look out for. She kicked off 2016 with 3 sold out shows at Kewadin Casino in Sault Ste. Marie, MI as the only female artist in a “tribute to the Grand Ole Opry” show. She has opened for many national acts such as 2015 ACM New Artist of the Year winner Cole Swindell, Tyler Farr, The Kentucky Headhunters, and Confederate Railroad, and has shared the stage with artists such as Buddy Jewell and Jeff Carson. Melissa performed over 200 shows in 2016 from Alaska to Florida.

The final concert of the Spring Concert Series is a part of the Fulton County Homecoming Festival on May 27 featuring Billy Joe Franch and Friends.

Tickets are now on sale for both concerts for $20.00. Individual concert tickets are $12.50. Tickets at the door will be $15.00. Tickets can be purchased with a credit card online at www.salemciviccenter.net or by calling the Fulton County Fair Office at 870-895-5565. Tickets are also available at FNBC Community Bankers locations in Fulton, Sharp, and Izard counties.

Bad Boy Mowers of Batesville and The Elder Law Firm of Cash and Whatley of Mountain Home are Platinum Sponsors for the series and Gold Sponsors include; Bank of Salem, Dairy Queen of Salem, North Arkansas Electric Cooperative, Shaver’s Plumbing and Hardware, First Community Bank of Highland, Barker Funeral Home, Welch Couch and Company PA, Doty Family Memorial Service, K-Kountry 95, and Hole In The Wall Ranch Chuck Wagon Races.

Apr
30
Sun
Conway Women’s Chorus Elements of Song
Apr 30 @ 2:00 pm

Join the ladies of Conway Women’s Chorus as they sing “Elements of Song” – music illustrating the four elements of Wind, Water, Fire and Earth. Reminisce to “oldies” like Blue Bayou, Irving Berlin’s Blue Skies and Ain’t No Mountain High Enough. Enjoy new numbers selected for beautiful melodies and up-beat rhythms. And as always, laugh with us as we explain a director’s dilemma when programming a concert.

Brick Fields Live Concert in Fairfield Bay
Apr 30 @ 4:00 pm

Who: BRICK FIELDS…Rachel Fields and Larry Brick (Ozark Gospel Blues Duo)
What: Live Performance Concert
Where: FFB Conference Center; 110 Lost Creek Pkwy
When: Sunday, April 30, 2017 4pm-6pm
“A worshipful house of blues with a steeple on top…”
“…an unleashed cleansing of the soul…”

No charge admission…however, donations will be cheerfully accepted on site.
Sponsored by North Central Foundation for the Arts & Education (NCAFA&E) in tandem with Arkansas Arts Council.

For further infomation, call 501-884-4202

May
1
Mon
Visitor’s Welcome Breakfast – Fairfield Bay Conference Center – 05/01/2017 – 9:00 am – 10:15 am @ Fairfield Bay Conference Center
May 1 @ 9:00 am – 10:15 am

Welcome Breakfast held at the Fairfield Bay Conference Center for Visitors to the Bay. Breakfast starts at 9am and lasts through 10:15am.

May
2
Tue
Veterans no cost Rides Tuesday to VA Hospital in Little Rock
May 2 all-day

Attention Veterans: The disabled Veterans of Arkansas invites Veterans to take advantage of the no cost rides to the Veterans Hospitals in Little Rock and North Little Rock. The van runs each Monday and Friday except Holidays. The Van Starts in Mountain View and makes pickups in Drasco, Concord, Floral, Pleasant Plains, Bald Knob, Searcy, Beebe, Cabot and Jacksonville. To Schedule a Ride call 870-269-4277.