Our Past Is Your Present!
Established in 1979, the Eureka Springs Preservation Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the natural and architectural beauty of Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
As a tax exempt nonprofit, organized under section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue code, contributions are tax deductible under section 170 of the Code.
Sunday In The Park---Not Your Grandmother's Tea Party!
The Eureka Springs Preservation Society is setting the table for their fourth annual spring fundraiser, Sunday in the Park. "It's not your grandmother's same old tea party," according to ESPS board member Wayne Franks. "It's a celebration of the senses featuring twelve sponsor tables uniquely themed, decorated, and filled with a variety of tasty deserts. It will be an afternoon of chatter and community. More importantly, it will provide funding to support ESPS preservation efforts for 2013," states Franks. Sunday in the Park will take place on Sunday, April 21, from 2:00-4:00pm in the Crescent Hotel Conservatory.
"Hat's Off" Auction. Celebrities including Willie Nelson, American country music singer, and Joseph Wambaugh, a best selling American writer and a 14-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department will donate their personal hats for a silent and live auction. These and more celebrity hats will be displayed in the Conservatory on April 21.
Crescent Hotel guests and local residents will have the opportunity to view and place silent bids on the special hats and place silent bids on the special hats from 11:30am-1:00pm. The auction winners will be announced following the live auction at the end of the day's event.
The 2013 exclusive ESPS Christmas ornament, honoring a great preservationist and historical Eureka Springs landmark, will be announced and presented at the event.
Tickets for Sunday in the Park are available at The Grand Central Hotel (479-253-6756) or Cottage Caboodle (479-363-6163) at $20 per seat, and should be purchased in advance. Ticket contributions are tax deductible.
Second in a Series...2012 Commemorative Ornament Arrives!
As the church stands today, it has the unique distinction of being a church built on four levels with a street entrance on each of the levels. As noted in Ripley's Believe It or Not, the church has three separate address, one each on Owen, Spring, and Mountain Street.
Use your Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or Paypal account on our secure website to order your own commemorative ornament...before they're gone!
The ornament cost is $15.00 plus $2.00 handling. Your ornament will be shipped directly to you.
And, remember, your purchase supports the preservation efforts of ESPS!
Exemplary Stewardship Award Announced at Annual Meeting
ESPS board members congratulate DonE Allen; DonE received an award for his exemplary stewardship of Eureka Springs' parks at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society. Preservation Awards were announced at the meeting.
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