Posts by Author: Jill Rohrbach

 Arkansas and the Twin Lakes area of The Natural State are open for business, despite the flooding and high water experienced in the spring. “Yes, we had some high waters during the flooding in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas, but all of the resorts and all of our marinas and all of our hospitality industry …
A unique metaphysical and spiritual gathering with a psychic fair, the 12th annual Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference is set for June 9-11 at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks in Eureka Springs. Founded by renowned author, hypnotist and past life regressionist Dolores Cannon, The Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference is a venue for Ozark Mountain …
Anyone may fish in Arkansas without a fishing license or trout stamp from noon, Friday, June 9, through midnight Sunday night, June 11. An annual tradition sponsored by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Free Fishing Weekend is a great opportunity for residents and non-residents to experience the angling Arkansas has to offer. It’s also …
With roots in the 1800s, one of the oldest wineries in The Natural State is Wiederkehr Wine Cellars, located in the Arkansas River Valley. Atop St. Mary’s Mountain, the Wiederkehr family tradition of winemaking began in 1880 when Johann Andreas Wiederkehr and his family emigrated from Switzerland to America. The original hand-dug wine cellar, now …
Launch your boats on Lake Norfork on Saturday, July 29 and enjoy a fun day on the water for the 5th annual Lake Norfork Boat Poker Run. During the event, you cruise seven “ports of call” collecting one playing card at each stop to obtain a poker hand. Grand prizes for the top three hands …
The Who’s Who of Blues will be playing in Eureka Springs June 15-18 for the annual Blues Weekend. Headliner shows are on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and early evenings at the main festival stage located at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. Refuge blues will include: Tom Baker’s Blues Harmonica for kids, Nick Schnebelen Band, Fiona Boyes, …