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I host an Arts & Crafts Festival allowing Arkansan's to sell their crafts! We do charge $20 for an inside booth, $10 for an outside booth (the city makes me pay for the community center). The money we raise from this goes towards the community center fee and the rest will go towards decor for Almyra. Last year it went towards candy for the Treats in the Streets we host every year. I do not keep any of the money, it goes straight the the city's treasurer.
It is completely free entry to anyone who wants to shop around and have fun. Last year was a blast and we are counting on this years to be even better!
If you would like to host a booth we do have a facebook page or you can message me on here to get the link to the app and more info!
We are allowing 8 nonhandmade booths this year. This includes nonprofits, small businesses (like car, mechanic, etc.) to advertise their business. Cost is the same.
Hope to hear from you! I want it to be even bigger than last year! I am trying to build up this small town and new decorations is going to be a huge help.
I searched around a bit, couldn't find much to answer my questions.
I'm looking at ideas for a solo road trip later this summer, early fall. I'll be coming from Cincy, and was looking at driving out to the Ozarks area and then making my way back via some combination of Memphis, Louisville, the bourbon trail, etc.
I was originally looking at the Ozarks, but have since realized that what I assumed was one park is actually several (Lake of the Ozarks, table Rock lake, bull shoals lake, Ozark National Forest, Ouachita National Forest). It seems like the town's that have lodging and any semblance of a downtown are the super developed tourist towns.
So I guess me question is this.. is there a good town that is fairly central to the best hiking trails? Also wanted to float the Buffalo River one of the days.
I'd be spending probably 3 nights in the area, so I'm open to staying in 2 different spots if it would be beneficial for the logistics.
Early 30s, male. Hiking/outdoorsy stuff. 3 nights Smallish town, options for coffee, dining and maybe good low key bar. Camping miiiight be an option, prefer a cheap,simple cabin in the woods or off the beaten path.