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May 2011 ESDN Newsletter

May 2011 ESDN Newsletter

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  • 1. ESDN Mission Eureka Springs Downtown The Downtown Network in partnership with Main Street Arkansas as part of the National Trust Beat for Historic Preservation program and the City of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, works to support May 2011 preservation, business education, promotional programming, economic development and beautification in downtown Eureka Springs with the understanding that a vibrant downtown is in the best interest of the City as a whole. Our Partners Get Involved with ESDN  Business After Hours – May 5th, 5-7PM at Quicksilver Gallery – Network with the business community – All welcome, no charge  Civil War in the Ozarks – May 12th, we are hosting our first symposium at the Basin Park Hotel. This all day event is open to the public, tickets $12 on ReserveEureka.com  Come to the Open Meeting – May 26th, 9AM at Mud Street – EVERYONE is WELCOME  Movies in the Park – Be Part of the Spring Season, Participation Form Enclosed
  • 2. The 2nd Annual Grand Illumination Thank you to everyone who participated in the Tour, the contest, and came out for the slightly soggy Grand Luminary. The winners are: Overall Brightest Light: Zeke Taylor, for his continued participation and promotion of the Grand Illumination – and a home that sparks all imagination. Home Awards: 3rd Place: Gregory Moon 2nd Place: Rick Delaney & Mike Warkentin 1st Place: Allyson Becker Most Unique Lantern: 1st Place: Tim Neal at Regalia Church: 1st Place: St. James Episcopal GardenGlenna Booth, PresidentOffice of the Mayor Business:Jack Moyer, Vice President 3rd Place: Fantasy & StoneBasin Park Hotel & Crescent Hotel 2nd Place: Practical Magic Art SupplyDee Bright, TreasurerEureka Springs Hideaway & Eureka 1st Place: RegaliaSprings Preservation Society PresidentAmanda Haley, Secretary Bed & Breakfast:Basin Park Hotel & Crescent Hotel 3rd Place: 5 Ojo InnCarol Friesen, Christmas Champion 2nd Place: Heart of the HillsTummy Ticklers Kitchen Store 1st Place: Gilded LilyAutumn HudginsCornerstone Bank 2011 Grand Luminary:Linda McFarlin, Grand Illumination Chair Jacqueline Froelich from KUAF, our NPR affiliate and longtime resident ofCottage Caboodle Eureka Springs.Sue MarvinFor Bare FeetAlexa PittengerEureka!! MassageMarsha HavensEureka Thyme www.facebook.com/EurekaSpringsDowntownNetworkJennifer Kyle DollarRowdy Beaver RestaurantsJacqueline Wolven, Executive Director Want up to date ESDN info join Yahoo Group by goingContact: 479-244-5074 to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ESDNAnnounce/ todirector@eurekaspringsdowntown.com sign up for timely emails!PO Box 144Eureka Springs AR 72632