November Calendar

Events in Eureka Springs in November:  


Diversity Weekend: 11/4-11/6

Meet the Locals:

Eureka Springs Main Street’s Cocktails for a Cause: 11/3 5pm-7pm   Location: Brews benefiting Eureka Springs Trails.  $10 at the door.

Food & Wine Weekend: 11/10-11/13

IMBA Summit: 11/10-11/12

International Mountain Biking Association Summit.  Held in Bentonville with a special ride in Eureka Springs on Thurs. 11/10.

“Best Dam Ride in the Ozarks.” 10am-4:30pm meeting at Lake Leatherwood Ballfield.

Veterans Day Celebration: 11/12 Parade Sat. at 10am. 

Porsche Palooza: 11/10-11-12 Car show, parade. 

2nd Saturday Gallery Stroll: 11/12 6pm-9pm

The downtown galleries will stay open later with special showings and artist’s receptions.  Complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served along your stroll through historic downtown.

Talent on Parade: 11/18-11/20

8:30pm-10:15pm Dance Spectacular for some of the most talented young ladies and gentlemen in our region.  Located at the City Auditorium.

Parade 10/8 @ 7pm from Victorian Inn to the Inn of the Ozarks.

Antique Festival of the Ozarks: 11/18-11/20

Quality antiques, collectibles, toys, jewelry, primitives and so much more brought to you by dealers from across the Midwest.  Inn of the Ozarks.  Fri: 5pm-8pm, Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun: 10am-4pm.

Eureka House Concerts: 11/20  6pm-9pm

The Bill Hearn Trio consists of three of the country’s finest Americana groups to hail from the Austin area.  Located at Unitarian Church on 17 Elk Street.

Turkey Trot: 11/24 8:30am-11am

A Thanksgiving Day tradition, 5K Trail Run or 1 Mile Walk/Run held at Lake Leatherwood Park in Eureka Springs. The race begins at 8:30 a.m. Bring the whole family! Register at

Christmas Snow Village and Trains: 11/25-12/24:

The Christmas Snow Village and Trains exhibit returns to Gaskins Switch, over 300 buildings, 5 trains and a trolley.  10 am to 5 pm Weekends.  $5 adults, kids $2.


The Great Ozarkan Beard Off: 11/27-11/29

GOBO  is a non-profit orginization dedicated to raising the awareness of mens prostate health as well as raise funds for the Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation.  Events held all weekend long with donated prizes and awards  given. For more information visit

Special GOBO Cruiser Night: 11/25 

In particpation with The Great Ozarkan Beard Off, Cruiser Nights will be offering a special cruiser night through downtown on Black Friday.  Read or Fake Beards/Mustaches encouraged! Meet at 5:30pm at Harmon Park.

Art Bazaar: 11/26 10am-5pm 

Local and regional art exhibits at Inn of the Ozarks.  $3 admission.


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2 Responses to November Calendar

  1. Traci Bennett says:

    Looking for the one to speak with regarding silent auction donation. Pleas return mail to

    Thank you

  2. Deborah rose says:

    Are shops open November 25 2016

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