Fall Art Show

Eureka Springs School of Art Show

Eureka Springs School of Art Show

Thanksgiving weekend forget Black Friday, scratch Cyber Monday. Explore instead a fantastic alternative to those stressful holiday shopping methods at Eureka Springs School of the Art’s Fall Art Show.

Hundreds of artists take over the Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center (Just across the street from our Inn)  to present and sell their artwork—offering great holiday gifts for all.

Enjoy this unique opportunity to converse with these local artists regarding their art and their process. Featured at the show will be ESSA founders Eleanor Lux, Mary Springer, and Doug Stowe, in addition to perennial favorites Valerie Damon, Zeek Taylor, Terry Russell, Les Brandt, and Chon Stanley. Two-dimensional, three-dimensional, fiber, wood, clay, glass, and metal art will all be on display for you to purchase.

The event opens on Saturday, November 30th and runs from 10am – 7pm and continues on Sunday, December 1st from 10am – 2pm. This event is open to the public. Admission is $5.

Opera in the Ozarks begins June 24

The 2011 season of Opera in the Ozarks begins June 24. If you love opera, you need do attend!

This year’s opera lineup includes 23 total performances and runs through July 22. Three popular operas are featured: Die Fledermaus (The Bat) by Johann Strauss II; Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; and Little Women by Mark Adamo, which is sung in English.

The summer program brings spectacular music, performance and stagecraft to Eureka Springs, while helping talented young artists from across the nation hone their operatic skills.
Singers perform in period costume and are accompanied by a full orchestra. It is rare for an opera house to offer three great operas in four week season, and the young singers work at an extremely intense pace to make the magic happen.

2nd Annual Grand Illumination in Eureka Springs

The Eureka Springs 2nd Annual Grand Illumination will be held from Sunday, May 1 through Tuesday, May 31 when this unique Victorian town nestled high in the Ozark Mountains will be aglow with thousands of Japanese and Chinese paper lanterns adorning the facades of historic buildings and the porches of many homes throughout the village.
Upstairs Downtown Tour & Taste will be held May 1, 2011 from 4-7pm.
Visit inside stunningly designed hidden downtown homes and studios for a one of a kind experience and enjoy delicious treats provided by area restaurants. Tickets are $20 and available along the tour or by contacting us at the Heartstone Inn.
The Grand Luminary will be held May 1, 2011 beginning at 7pm. Join us in Basin Spring Park for the annual lighting of the Park, the announcement of our ‘Grand Luminary’ person of the year and the winners of the lighting contests.