SATURDAY, MARCH 1
Come anytime 6-10 PM
RAISE YOUR VOICES FOR THE BUFFALO RIVER AND THE WATERS OF ARKANSAS CELEBRATE THE BUFFALO NATIONAL RIVER’S “42 BIRTHDAY” (“BORN” MARCH 1, 1972)
LETTER WRITING PARTY and FILM: A Mighty Struggle: The War to Keep the Buffalo River Clean and Pristine by Teresa Turk
AT THE HOME OF GINNY MASULLO AND STEVE SMITH
1837 N. RUPPLE RD, FAYETTEVILLE
Letter Writing Party to Help Save the Buffalo River Again: Handwritten letters from individuals are the most effective means of influencing our government. Sample letters that you can hand copy or letters ready for your signature will be available.
A Mighty Struggle: The War to Keep the Buffalo River Clean and Pristine:
A short informative video by local filmmaker Teresa Turk with music by Joel Emerson .
Music: Emily Kaitz and Drew Pierce
End of Winter Salon: is your chance for five minutes of fame, inviting folks to share music, poetry, or fiction. Participation is NOT required! Just come and enjoy the surprising talents of our town.
Food and Libations: Ozark beans and vegetarian soup will be on the stove. Beer from Fossil Cove. Some snacks will be provided. Please BYOB and a finger food if you desire.
WHEN and WHERE
March 1, 6pm
Home of Ginny Masullo and Steve Smith 1837 N. Rupple Road Fayetteville
Please come whenever you can beginning at 6pm.