While all chapter activities are open to any member, these activities are specifically designed to encourage participation across all Ozark Society chapters.
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Dr. Neal Compton Celebration Day Compton Gardens 312 N. Main Street Bentonville, Arkansas Saturday, August 10th 2019 Free Family Fun for the community: 9:00 a.m. to noon Dr. Compton Day is a free community event for all ages to learn about conservation, environmental stewardship and recreational activities in NWA. The event is a celebration of Dr. Compton and the issues he championed in Arkansas and beyond. The celebration will also include the unveiling of our very own Dr. Compton Neon Sign, followed by a raffle drawing! Activities feature interactive stations from a growing list of organizations, including: - Arkansas Environment Education Association - Buffalo River Foundation - The Ozarks Society - The Buffalo River Watershed - Buffalo National River Partners - School of Rock - Lost Buffalo Grill - Master Naturalists Events include: Rock painting Music Ice cream Cake Food trucks Shopping and more! The Peel Compton Foundation is excited to partner with the Bentonville Farmers Market by Downtown Bentonville Inc. This will be a downtown event that you won't want to miss! Grab your family, stop by the Farmers Market, then make your way to Compton Gardens to participate in our interactive celebration on Saturday August 10th from 9am-1pm! All [...]Find out more
Hike Leader Workshop, Saturday September 7, 10:00 am–3:00 pm, Bell Engineering Center (University of Arkansas), Fayetteville AR, Bob Cross, Instructor. Open to all Ozark Society Chapters and members. Register by email to email@example.com or call 479-466-3077. […]Find out more
Steve Heye will be leading a day hike from Compton to Center Point in the Ponca area of the Buffalo National River. Be at the Center Point Trail Head by 9 am and we will shuttle over to the Compton Trail Head . Highlights on this trip will be Hemmed in Hollow, Granny Henderson’s cabin and the Goat trail. 7 miles over rugged terrain. Bring your lunch, boots and water. Contact Steve at Heye@aristotle.netFind out more