If you love art in any form, you absolutely have to put Eureka Springs on your travel schedule for the month of May. It’s difficult to encapsulate all that is happening this month, but we have tried to give you a sampling.
During the entire month of May there will be free music in Basin Spring Park. Monday through Friday 3-5pm Saturday 12-6pm and Sunday 11am-1pm
Saturday Gallery Stroll
Our galleries will be open for you to peruse the amazing art of Eureka Springs and enjoy refreshments every Saturday evening from 6-9pm
May 1 (Saturday)
No city in America loves a parade as much as Eureka Springs. In May it’s the ARTrageous Parade that travels through historic downtown at 2pm.
Gallery Stroll features:
Zark’s Fine Design Gallery: Internationally known sculpture artist Tim Cotterill–limited edition bronze frog, koi and gecko sculptures.
Eureka Thyme Gallery: Woodcrafters Less Casteel crafts fine fueniture, John Dilbeck specializes in segmented, turned bowls and Jim Kibby works in wood burl.
Eureka Fine Art Company: Larry Mansker–large-scale landscapes;James Yale–mythical realism; and Carol Dickie–colorful landscapes in mixed water media.
Iris at the Basin Park: Lorna and Craig Trigg Hirsh–tuned ceramic wind whistles and wind chimes.
Quicksilver Gallery: Potter and sculptor Maura Miller–raku masks and ceramic vessels fused with glass.
May 2 (Sunday)
The Art of Fine Dining
Cottage Inn Restaurant owner-chef, Linda Hager, presents her monthly Wine Diner featuring a South American theme at 6:30pm. Reservations are required 479-253-5282.
Flute Making Demonstration at Fire Om Earth Studio, 872 Mill Hollow Road from 12pm-4pm.
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Imagine these are just the events for the first weekend in May. We will continue to post the events calendar for the remainder of the month over the next few days. If you wish more details you may go to the following website:
If you are staying at The Inn at Rose Hall, we will have a full schedule posted of all the events and lots of discussion over breakfast about what to do each day.