Happy Birthday Stroll

13407334_1194882493908604_6269807848904503830_nCome and join us for the 1st Annual “Eureka Springs Happy Birthday Stroll” history walk, starting at the Eureka Springs Carnegie Library, and ending at the Fuller House on Spring Street. This fun- filled, historical event will take place on Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, from 10:00am-1:30pm. (Rain date on Monday, July 4th).

This event will focus on Spring Street, otherwise known as “The Boulevard”. A historical character will be featured outside each home, giving a brief summary of the significance of the home pertaining to the history of Eureka Springs, and the people who resided there.

Some of the homes included on the tour will be:

“Crescent Cottage”, former home of Powell Clayton, the 1st governor of Arkansas, the McLaughlin Meat Market, now known as Crystal Terrace Antiques, and the Rosalie House, former home of entrepreneur, J.W. Hill, and several others. The Eureka Springs Historical Museum currently has artifacts and information on many of the homes that will be presented on the stroll.

Tickets are $25, and include a history stroll ticket, and a boxed chicken dinner at the end of the tour. Tickets can be purchased on-line, at www.eurekaspringhistoricalmuseum.org. Or you can purchase your tickets at the museum at 95 S. Main Street. Call 479-253-9417 for more details.