2015 Chuckwagon Races

2015 Chuckwagon Races

National Championship Chuckwagon Races August 29th – September 6th, 2015 Adults: $30/day Saturday-Saturday; $20/day Sunday Children: Half Price Admission Each year, an estimated 20,000 people are on hand to watch the excitement of chuckwagon racing, bronc fanning, and the Snowy River Race. The Races are held Friday through Sunday every Labor Day weekend at the ...

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Family Movie Nights

Family Movie Nights

Free Movie/Fire Safety Night - Every Friday in August Sponsored by the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department Join us at Archey Fork Park (behind Subway) at dark. Everyone is welcome and concession stand will be open. Enjoy a movie with the kids and learn valuable fire safety tips that might save a life. ...

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Aerial Video

Aerial Video

Ever wonder what a bird's eye view of Greers Ferry Lake and shoreline would look like? Watch this stunning aerial footage courtesy of Cabins on the Cove Ozarks in Choctaw. Trouble viewing this video? Click here to watch it on YouTube Planning your next visit to the Lake? Check out these helpful ...

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Phase II River Restoration Complete

Phase II River Restoration Complete

Thursday, June 11, 2015: Clinton mayor Richard McCormac joined representatives from The Nature Conservancy, SWN, and other groups instrumental in completing the second phase of restoration of the Archey Fork of the Little Red River. The dedication ceremony included a tour of the improved shoreline and the newly opened trail ...

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2015 Greers Ferry Lake Area Guide

2015 Greers Ferry Lake Area Guide

2015 Greers Ferry Lake area guide The Greers Ferry Lake/Little Red River Tourism Association publishes an annual guide covering the 4-county area surrounding the Lake. The newest edition features nearly 80 pages of stunning photography showcasing the region’s natural attractions and local businesses & events, with special additions like an ...

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Little Red River

Little Red River

This stretch of Little Red River – South Fork in Van Buren County is 26.5 miles long and has been rated as a class II(III) section by American Whitewater. Some people prefer whitewater rafting and some kayaking, either way in this general area you’ll find lots of paddling places. The Little ...

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Greers Ferry Lake

Greers Ferry Lake

Greers Ferry Lake is located 65 miles north of Little Rock between Clinton and Heber Springs in the north central section of the state. It is accessible via U.S. Highway 65 and State Highway 5. Heber Springs, Clinton and other small communities around the lake offer lodging. Resorts, bed and breakfast, ...

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Chamber Newsletter / Previous page

November 11th – “Wraps, Wine and Wealth” 5:30pm to 7:30pm sponsored by Two Kidd’s Kreations & Occasions shop located at 358 Main St in Clinton. Come in and enjoy a glass of wine, refreshments, get your nails pretty with Jamberry nail wraps & learn about a path to wealth. This event is free to the public. For more information contact Kelli at 501-757-2547.

November 11th – Rosemary Herbal Feast from 6 – 9 PM at the Greater Good Café, located at 364 Main St in Clinton. The Ozark Herbal Academy will be presenting two hours of instruction on the culinary & medicinal uses of Rosemary herb while you enjoying a 5 course meal. Preregistration is required. Cost of the instruction & meal is only $25; contact Jackie Sikes at 501-253-4716.

November 12th – A Thankful Craft Workshop & Story time for children beginning at 4 PM at The Dirty Farmers Market, 364 Mains Street in Clinton. This event is free and open to the public. For more information contact Jackie Sikes at 501-253-4716.

November 14 & 15th – Library Book Sale & The Arkansas Traditional Quilt Show, plus Craft & Vendors, – A triple feature at The Van Buren County Fairgrounds on Hwy 16 East, just 1 mile from Hwy 65 from 9AM to 5 PM! Friends of the Library will be selling a great selection of new & used books. Plus, the Extension Homemakers of Van Buren County will be sponsoring the Arkansas Traditional Quilt Show, and be sure you visit the many crafters & vendors on hand. The events and parking are free and open to the public. Call 501-253-1240 for more information.

November 14th – VBC Sheriff’s Radio Tower Dedication. Noon, located on Hwy 65 north. For directions or information contact Pam Bradford 501-745-2443.

November 15th – Angle Tree Fundraiser A donation of $1 gets you one ticket ($5 gets you 6 tickets) for chances to win a handmade queen size quilt. Contact Dena Malone at City Hall 501-745-8110 for tickets or information.

November 21st – Linn Creek Road & Bridge Dedication & Ribbon Cutting, at noon. For more information contact Pam Bradford at 501-745-2443.

November 22th – The Revitalization Color Run begins at 10 AM on the Courthouse square. The event is an EAST Lab community project to benefit the We Love VBC Revitalization Program. Register for this event at the Dirty Farmers Market or Pistole Gun & Pawn, or call Jackie 501-253-4716 for details. Registration ends Nov 14th.

November 22nd – Christmas Tree Lighting in City Park; refreshments, lights, music and Santa! Bring the family and enjoy the evening.

November 29th – 10th Annual Toy/Food Run & Christmas Parade. An unwrapped toy & food item to join in the parade. After the toy run, Santa will be on hand to give out the toys. Meet at noon in the Backyard Antiques parking lot, kickstands up at 1 PM. For details contact Happy Jack 501-884-6396.

FYI:

FL Davis Cash Lumber – Still time to sign up for the $1000 Giveaway, a winner will be drawn from the Clinton Store. For more information call 501-745-6801 or stop by the store at 160 Park St in Clinton.

The Dirty Farmers Market is looking for crafters to display their items, for details contact Jackie at 501-253-4716.

Deb’s Fashion Outlet – Amazing $14.99 values on name brand ladies tops, dress pants, plus select jeans and skirts. Save on popular styles including Logo, Bob Mackie, Dennis Basso, Liz Claiborne, and more. Call Deb at 501-745-3901 for details.

Trish Childers, Executive Director

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