Dollars and Sense of Historic Preservation
We’re headed to the Historic Fairview Gym at Camden on May 27th!•First held at Hot Springs in 2014, Dollars & Sense is an educational program designed to emphasize the economic potential of historic building rehabilitation as well as tools for redevelopment. The agenda includes presentations on the National Register of Historic Places, Federal and State Historic Tax Credits, Historic Preservation Restoration Grants, Conservation Easements, Qualified Opportunity Zones, Solar Energy for historic buildings, and local success stories. •Registration is $25 for Preserve Arkansas members and $30 for non-members and includes light breakfast, lunch from Postmaster’s Grill, and programming. Please register by close of business on May 24.•Full program info and registration at PreserveArkansas.org
Happily Ever Afters
What an honor to provide the setting for a very special wedding ceremony. The Events Center at Fairview Park will be a treasured event space for your special gatherings as well.
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The Events Center at Fairview Park
From Day One…
Our community has been amazing from day one. Activities have been ongoing in the Events Center from the beginning! Fund-raising auctions, Camark Pottery and Antique shows and sales, class reunions, school reunions, civic club meetings, training seminars, Master Gardening Club activities, awards luncheons, and even memorial services. We’ve had weddings, concerts, and visitors from all over the United States. We’re delighted to serve our community and look forward to your group visiting soon!
Thank you to Project Search from OCH/UAMS
Isn’t it just the best when good people come together? The pots of flowers around the Little Free Library are blooming this summer, we can thank the “Project Search” class from OCH/UAMS for planting them during their service project this week. These students did a great job preparing the pots, putting in the plants and packing out the soil and topping with mulch. Thank you for your service project at The Events Center. We still have flowers blooming all year, from the class three years ago!