With fall in full swing in November, visit Eureka Springs, Arkansas for a month full of activities for the whole family. Eureka Springs events in November range from festivals to shows, shopping to concerts. Day or night you will find something to fill your calendar and enjoy this beautiful and historic town.
Eureka Springs Food and Wine Festival will kick off November 7th through the 10th. With many of Eureka Springs independently owned restaurants concentrated in one area, you will be able to walk to each one sampling the selections of their signature dishes paired with the perfect wine. Other events during the festival include hands on cooking classes, a series of wine lectures and the Boston Mountain Potters Show and Sale at Keels Creek. For more information about the event, visit www.eurekaspringsfoodandwine.com.
Be sure to stop by the Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center on November 14th for a head start on all of your holiday shopping. The Eureka Springs Fall Antique Show and Sale will be open through Sunday, November 17th. Over fifty five dealers from as many as fourteen states will be on hand with a variety of antiques ready for you to take home. Hours are 10:00am to 6:00pm and Sunday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
For an evening of laughs and good music, mark your calendar for the Pine Mountain Theater “A Season of Celebration” show kicking off on November 11th. Celebrating Veterans Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas all in one, the show will feature music ranging from holiday classics to gospel and patriotic tunes as well. Shows begin at 8:00pm with pre-show at 7:30pm. Pine Mountain Popcorn will be available for free to enjoy during the show.
While you are shopping and dining in the Historic Loop of Eureka Springs, be on the lookout for one special visitor making his way to Basin Spring Park. On November 29th, Santa Claus will be arriving in the park at 5:00pm. Kids will have the opportunity to sit on Santa’s lap. This event is free and sure to get you in the holiday spirit.
One of 100 greatest guitarists of all time is making a stop in Eureka Springs. B.B. King will be in concert Monday, November 18th at The Auditorium. This is the last tour for B.B. King so be sure to get your tickets now. Also featured at The Auditorium this month is the Heartland Men’s Chorus from Kansas City, MO. Saturday, November 23rd, more than 100 voices will take the stage performing songs from classical, jazz and Broadway just to name a few. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Ozarks AIDS Resources and Services.
When making your weekend getaway plans, be sure to reserve one of the five spacious guest rooms offered at Arsenic and Old Lace Bed and Breakfast. This Queen Anne Victorian style bed and breakfast sits just two blocks from the Historic District of Eureka Springs. A complimentary gourmet breakfast, cozy and spacious rooms and unsurpassed customer service await you at Arsenic and Old Lace. If you plan to be in town to celebrate Veterans Day on November 11th, be sure to show your military ID for a 10% discount off the best available rates. This offer is also good all year and is available for Police and Fire personnel.
Photo courtesy of Richard Lawry