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A new writers’ group devoted to mystery and mayhem is performing at the Berryville Library on Mondays at six  p.m. beginning October 28. All writers, could-be writers, and readers of mysteries are welcome. Bring your devious plot ideas for a group write or just join for tips, encouragement and discussion of your own  project. For more information, contact the Berryville Library (870) 423-2323. 

October Community Announcements & Events


OCTOBER ON GOING EVENTS



October 1-31

The Carroll County EHC  Country Chicks have a limited number of booths available for their 5th annual CHRISTMAS GIFTS GALORE gift and craft show, Saturday, November 23rd. This event encourages shopping local for the holidays by bringing local vendors to one location at the Carroll County Fairgrounds.   Check out our Facebook page or contact Sheila Whiteley at the Carroll County Extension Office, 870-423-2958 for more information.


October 15 - December 7 

Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period runs October 15 through December 7 and is the time of year when you can make changes to your Medicare coverage.  The changes you can make include reviewing, switching, dropping or joining Medicare Advantage Plans or Part D prescription drug plans.  The changes you make will take effect on January 1, 2020.  Certified Medicare Counselors through the Arkansas Insurance Department Senior Health Insurance Department Senior Health Insurance Information Program are available to review your benefits at your local Area Agency on Aging of NW Arkansas.  In Carroll County, call 870-423-6114 for an appointment.


October Registration for 

Gravestone Preservation Workshop
Register now for a free, hands-on workshop about cleaning and restoring old and new cemetery monuments. This event is hosted by the AR Historic and Preservation Society and the Carroll County Historical and Genealogical Society. The hands-on, free workshop is October 26th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Carrollton Cemetery in Carrollton, AR, which is located just off the intersection of U.S Highway 412 and CR 9122. There is also a free lecture at the Yell Lodge next to the Carrollton Cemetery on Friday, October 25, which requires no registration.  The lecture which will be given by John Appell will start at 6 p.m. on Friday.  Appell will speak about historic gravestone architecture and maintenance issues in America.  His lecture will touch on gravestone materials, basic repairs, and symbolism found on historic gravestones. Mr. Appell is of Atlas Preservation, Inc., in Southington, Connecticut. Contact Holly Hope at holly.hope@arkansas.gov or call (501)324-9148 in order to register for the hands-on workshop on Saturday.  


October 17, 18, 19, 25, 26  

  The Eureka Springs Historical Museum announces dates for the eleventh annual “Voices from Eureka's Silent City” living history tours at the city cemetery. This year's performances will take place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 17th, 18thand 19th, and again on Friday and Saturday, October 25th and 26th.








OCTOBER EVENTS & COMMUNITY FUN


October 20

  Mike Nichols, one of the areas most popular entertainers, and owner of the Ozark Mountain Hoedown in Eureka Springs, has had a movie made about his famous character, Tater Chip Patches. Mike is celebrating the event with a FREE showing of the Nashville produced movie, Sunday night at 7pm October 20th, at the Ozark Mountain Hoedown, and you're invited.........


October 21

 The Green Forest Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet sponsored by Tyson Foods will be Monday October 21stat 6pm.  The Banquet will be held at the Cattleman’s Family Restaurant located on Main Street.  Call Ross Darby for Tickets at 501-554-5846.


October 24

  Arkansas Hospice is offering Volunteer Training for those who want to make a difference. The training is Thursday, October 24th from 9am to 4pm, at Arkansas Hospice Berryville,  804 W. Freeman, Ste. 4.  To learn more call 870-480-8044.  Please register no later than October 23rd.


October 24  

Eastern Carroll County Ambulance District will be having their quarterly meeting on October 24th, 2019 at 7 PM. Meeting to be held in the Medical Arts Building 211 Carter Ave. 



October 25

  The Great Passion Play concludes its 51st year with a Heroes Appreciation Night on Friday, October 25th honoring military (active and vets), police, firefighters, EMT, and first responders. Free Play tickets will be available on Friday night for the service person AND their immediate family at The Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs. In case of any inclement weather it will be held on the final night of the season—Saturday, October 26. 




October 26

Berryville FBLA Fall Festival is Saturday, October 26th from 4pm until 8pm in the Berryville Elementary Gym.  Tickets for games are 5 for $1 in advance or 4 for $1 day of event.  Admission tickets are $1.50 in advance or $2 day of event.  Concessions will be available.  Come dressed as your favorite book character.  Fun games, food, cake walk and lots of family friendly fun!


October 26

  Basin Spring Lodge #386 Free and Accepted Masons will hold their annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, October 26thfrom 8-11am, at the corner of Harvey & Tower Streets in Eureka Springs at the Lodge.  Proceeds benefit the Smead Walden Memorial Scholarship Fund for Eureka Springs’ students.


October 27

  First Presbyterian Church of Eureka Springs will hold

Kirkin' o' the Tartans service on Sunday, October 27th,

at 11:00 am in the church sanctuary at 209 Spring Street.

      Each fall, First Presbyterian holds this powerful

historic service, a remembrance of Presbyterianism's

Scottish roots through special music and a bagpipe procession

and tartans display.

      In our Kirkin' service, we remember ancient times

,as well as past and present kith and kin while asking

God's help and blessings in the future.

      The public is invited to attend.


October 27

  Community Concert at Heart of Many Ways

Heart of Many Ways in Eureka Springs is having a free Community Concert to showcase three musicians, new to the area.

Joshua Irwin, singer-songwriter, Tim Hillwood, instrumental guitar, and Rebecca Hazlitt,, guitar, vocals, and harp, make music together, and will be featured as acoustic soloists for an afternoon of luscious sounds.

It will start at 2PM, Sunday, October 27, 2019, at Heart of Many Ways Church, 68 Mountain Street in Eureka Springs.  


October 28  

Readers of all ages and ethnic background are requested to sign up for a 15-minute time slot for the Green Forest 10th Annual Carroll County Bible Reading Marathon.  The marathon will take place at the Green Forest Town Square.  Readers are encouraged to be a Block Coordinator, one who helps with sign up of 8 to 16 friends, family, coworkers and be on site for a four-hour time.  Jo Anne Wurdermann is the scheduler and can be contacted at 870-350-0451.  Everyone can come listen to the Word being read or participate as a reader beginning October 28th at 6:00pm and continuing round the clock until Friday November 1st at 12:30pm.


October 30

    

You’re invited to the “Candy Lane and Glow Show,” featuring trick-or-treating,, prizes and a glow-in-the-dark show for kids, on Wednesday, Oct. 30th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm, presented by King’s Chapel at Viva Church, 1621 Bee Creek Rd., Branson. Admission is free! For more info call 417-413-1984 or go to kcbranson.com

Event:  Candy Lane & Glow Show

Description: Family Event featuring Trick-or-Treating, Prizes and a Glow-the-Dark Show

Dates:  Wednesday, Oct. 30

Time:  6:00pm - 7:30pm

Cost:  Free Admission

Location:  King’s Chapel at Viva Church, 1621 Bee Creek Rd. 

Web:  kcbranson.com

Contact:  417-413-1984

Presented by:  King’s Chapel


November Events

November 1

 Readers of all ages and ethnic background are requested to sign up for a 15-minute time slot for the Green Forest 10th Annual Carroll County Bible Reading Marathon.  The marathon will take place at the Green Forest Town Square.  Readers are encouraged to be a Block Coordinator, one who helps with sign up of 8 to 16 friends, family, coworkers and be on site for a four-hour time.  Jo Anne Wurdermann is the scheduler and can be contacted at 870-350-0451.  Everyone can come listen to the Word being read or participate as a reader beginning October 28th at 6:00pm and continuing round the clock until Friday November 1st at 12:30pm. 


November 9

Tickets are on sale now for the 2019 Princess Ball. The Father or Mother Dance will be Held at the Berryville Community Center Ball Room. Purchase tickets at the Berryville Community Center or from a Berryville Rotarian. Buy your tickets soon!! Dont miss this magical night. Checks or cash only.


November 15

Little Portion will be hosting the 2019 Reflect & refresh Leadership Forum November 15 from 11am to 1pm. Contact the Berryville Chamber Office at 870-423-3704 for more details. Lunch Provided. This will be a great opportunity to reflect on the year past & refresh & recharge for a new year.