April Events in Town:
It’s time to taste your way through Downtown Eureka Springs! The Main Street Eats Progressive dinner lets you try somewhere new, enjoy something special and make dining an adventure in Downtown Eureka Springs. One night only – explore Downtown Eureka Springs in this walkable dining event. Pick up your Dining Pass at Brews on April 5th 4-6PM to start your walking exploration of dining in Downtown.
Spring Diversity Weekend: 4/5-4/6 www.outineureka.com
Miss Coco Peru: 4/6 8:30PM-10:30PM Live one person show at the City Auditorium Tickets $25-$45. www.theaud.org “Miss Coco Peru in My Goddamn Cabaret”, “Miss Coco Peru: A Legend in Progress” 98 GLAAD Nomination and more!
Eureka House Concerts: 4/7 6PM-10PM Come join us for an evening of great live music from all realms of Folk, Blues and Americana music in a smoke-free, intimate setting at the Uniterian Universalist Church 17 Elk Street. Ronny Cox will be performing this date. www.eurekahouseconcerts.com
Annual Goddess Gala: 4/10 Supporting the Merlin Foundation Fundraiser is 6-11pm at the Basin Park Hotel. Activities include dance music, drumming, silent auction, potluck feast, Blessing of the Seed. Come and dance! Tickets are $14 in advance and $20 at the door. www.goddessgala.com.
Alt at the Aud: 4/12 8PM-11PM Attend the very first night of the “ALT at the AUD” summer concert series, featuring ME LIKE BEES and GHOST BONES! ALL AGES – DOORS Open AT 8 PM. $10 per person at the GEM event space downtstairs.
Dirt Church Mountain Bike Festival: 4/13-4/14 The Dirt Church Festival is going to be a weekend of fun for the whole family! Three timed events: cross country, harescramble, and a gravity stage race. We will also have “just for fun” events, inflatables for the kids, lawn games, and food. Cost will be $28 per race or $75 of all three. https://www.jaggedaxetraildesigns.com/dirtchurch
Springtime in the Ozarks: 4/18-4/21
43rd Annual Springtime in the Ozarks–Annual AA Conference for the Ozarks. www.springtimeintheozarks.com for more information.
Basin Park Music Series: 4/20 6PM-8PM
FREE Live Music in Basin Spring Park featuring Joe Purdy with SmokeyDewdrops.
Celebrate Jesus Music & Parade: 4/19 & 4/20 11AM-5PM
Friday 4/19: Live Christian music for your enjoyment in Basin Spring Park from 11:00AM-5:00PM.
Saturday 4/20: Music in Basin Spring Park 11:00AM-2:00PM; then it’s parade time which starts @ 2:00PM. Music will resume in Basin Spring Park immediately after the parade and go until 5:00PM.
Special Good Friday Performance at The Great Passion Play: 4/19 & 4/20 7:30PM-9:30PM
For the first time, Special Passion Play performances open for Easter Weekend.
Arkansas State Chili Championship: 4/20 12:30PM-4PM Location: Holiday Island Golf Course. This event is sanctioned by the International Chili Society and will benefit Good Shepard Humane Society. The competition is open to everyone. Anyone interested in competing contact Steve Falkowski at 845-235-3073 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bad Moon Rising: 4/20
A 6-hour UNSANCTIONED endurance mountain bike race under the light of the moon, is back to thrill and chill you in Berryville, Arkansas! Hosted by the CC Riders, the Carroll County Branch of the Ozark Off Road Cyclists, the event consists of 6-hours of solo and team relay racing at the Trimble Ranch located at 489 Bunch Springs Rd, Berryville, AR 72616-4633. https://www.facebook.com/events/2281462235239977/
Easter Sunrise Service: 4/21 7AM-8AM
Celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ at the Easter Morning Sunrise Service at The Great Passion Play at 7am at the foot of the Christ of the Ozarks Memorial Statue. In case of inclement weather, the sunrise service moves inside to the Buffet on the grounds of The Great Passion Play
Eureka Springs Tourism Trade & Season Kickoff: 1PM-7PM at Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center.
As an attraction operator or event producer, your end goal is to convert Visitors into paying customers. At the Eureka Springs’ Tourism Trade Show, you’ll be presenting the Top 5 things to know about your attraction, or event, to 100+ “front line” employees, owners, and managers. We will provide the opportunity for one-on-one interaction allowing you to thoroughly present your information, while providing the opportunity for questions.
Spring Fling Bike Rally: 4/24-4/28
Cathouse presents 3rd ANNUAL Spring Fling Bike Rally!
5 Days of Fun! 5 Days of Riding the Beautiful Ozark Mountains! 5 Days of Friends and making new friends! 5 Days of shopping unique stores! 5 Days to enjoy LIFE! https://springflingrally.com/
Eureka! Fiber in the Ozarks: 4/26 & 4/27
Love fiber and learning new fiber skills? Join us for two days of uninterrupted fiber bliss as you knit, hook, weave, felt, quilt or spin with old and new friends. You can choose a catered lunch each day so you can focus on creating and learning! Locaiton: Eureka Springs Community Center.
15th Annual Carving in the Ozarks: 4/26 & 4/27
Come and join us to watch the talented artists carve amazing pieces of art out of wood. As always admission is FREE to the public with an auction scheduled for the final day where you can purchase one of these pieces of art for your own collection All proceeds go to benefit the Eureka Springs Fire Department. https://www.facebook.com/carvingintheozarks
Spring Yards & Yards of Yard Sales: 4/26 & 4/27
All around town! Maps available at the Chamber office.
Drumming in the Park: 4/27 5PM-7PM
A favorite event for locals and visitors! Join in or watch in Basin Spring Park.
8th Annual Cats in the Castle: 4/27 6:30PM-10PM
Fundraiser benefiting Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge (TCWR) is sure to be a WILD night of philanthropy fun! Enjoy gourmet dinner and desserts, an open bar (donations encouraged), live music, and a silent and live auction in a modern-day castle at this adults-only event. Tickets visit www.turpentinecreek.org
Ozarks Chorale: 4/27 7PM-9PM
An evening with some of the area’s most beautiful voices in their annual Spring concert in The Auditorium.
Tickets available at the door.
Eureka Springs Farmers Market: Thursdays 9am-Noon at the Community Center.
Weekly Music Schedule in Downtown: