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Sugar Creek<br>Historical Society
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Sugar Creek Model<br>Railroad Club
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Railroad Club


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Sugar Creek Model Railroad Show

Sugar Creek Railroad Club Train Show
Mar. 17, 2018
Please notice change of time and place
Vendor and Layout forms are below

The 15th Annual Great NWA Model Train Show will be on Saturday, March 17, 2018.
The venue is at the Embassy Suites Ballroom, Rogers, AR located at I-49, exit 83. 
For Children of All Ages!

 HOURS: 9 am to 4 pm                        COST: $8, Children 12 and under free
 LOCATION: Embassy Suites Ballroom    Please notice change of time and place
 ADDRESS: 3303 Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Rogers, AR 
 PHONE:  479-871-2802                              EMAIL: Keith - train072@cox.net
 VISIT THEIR WEBSITE: www.SugarCreekRailRoad.com/

Forms for Vendors, Exibitors, and Layouts
Layout Cover Letter
Layout Form
Vendor Cover Letter
Vendor Form

 
Eureka Springs
Eureka Springs is Victorian splendor at its best. Numerous restored homes cling to the Ozark mountainsides in a town where no two streets intersect at right angles. Historic Spring Street offers excellent shopping, dining and sightseeing opportunities. With popular country music shows, a major botanical garden, a variety of museums, a steam-operated train with dining car, Christ of the Ozarks statue, and the Great Passion Play...thereâ€ôs something for every taste in this vacation mecca. The town offers a wide variety of accommodations, ranging from historic hotels and restored Victorian homes to cabins and cottages, with an ample selection of prices, styles, and amenities.
Canoeing-Rafting-Kayaking
Arkansas has more than 9,000 miles of streams, and a good deal of this mileage is perfect for floating - be it by canoe, johnboat, raft or kayak. The variety of Arkansas river rafting adventures is remarkable, ranging from matchless trout fishing trips and rugged whitewater rafting to peaceful float trips ideal for first timers. Take a canoeing vacation in Arkansas, where the streams are, in a word, inviting.
Get Cooking
Two of the best culinary destinations in the state offering very different experiences are the Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, providing a pioneer perspective on gardening and cooking with herbs, and Winthrop Rockefeller Institute near Morrilton, where you can live like a Rockefeller. 
Oklahoma Renaissance Festival
 
3400 Fern Mountain Rd
Muskogee, OK 74401
www.okcastle.com 
918-687-3625
1-800-439-0658
thecastle@okcastle.com
A family oriented event held every weekend in May, and through Memorial Day weekend.
Day and evening events (King's Feaste, Masque Ball, Ceilidh); Professional troupe, period costumes and entertainment.
Recreated Torture Chamber, Catacombs; Living Chess Baord; Carriage Rides; Contest; Children's Realm; Ultimate Maze; Birds of Prey interactive aerial spectacle, much more!!

"Step back in time and enjoy the wonderment of a day in REanissance England!  Journey to an age of sorcerers, kights in shining armor, kings, queens, and maidens fair.  Become mesmerized as magiicians, jugglers, musicians, dancers, acrobats, and jousters thrill and delight you. 

Quench your thirts and tantalize your taste buds with the wonderful varieties of drin, and morsels found throughout Castleton.

Stroll through the World Trade Market with over one hundred Artisians dispalying 16th century goods from around the world.  Take the wee ones to the Children's Realm for games and hands-on demonstrations."

Other events at The Castle are:
Halloween Festival at the Castle every weekend in October
Boare's Head Feaste
Christmas Kingdom

Visit the Elk in Boxley Valley, Ponca and Jasper, Arkansas 
http://littlerock.about.com/od/tournorthwestarkansas/p/elkinarkansas.htm
http://www.agfc.com/!userfiles/pdfs/education/ponca/ponca_brochure.pdf
Visit Cosmic  Cavern in Berryville, AR
http://www.estc.net/cosmiccavern/
Bull Shoals Cavern
http://www.bullshoalscaverns.com/
Gentry Drive-through Safari
http://www.wildwildernessdrivethroughsafari.com/
Belle of the Ozarks boat tour
http://www.estc.net/belle/
Branson Train Ride/dinner
http://www.bransontrain.com/
Banson Belle showboat
http://www.showboatbransonbelle.com/
Eureka Springs train ride
http://www.esnarailway.com/
Springdale train ride
http://www.amrailroad.com/
Devilsís Den State Park/picnic/trails/paddle boats
http://www.arkansasstateparks.com/devilsden/
Beaver Dam area
Weekend Getaways
http://www.arkansas.com/itineraries/
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
http://www.turpentinecreek.org/
Bike Trails around Fayetteville

Take a day-long float trip on the Buffalo River
Go to a horse race
http://www.officialusa.com/stateguides/horseracing/oklahoma.html
http://www.horseandtravel.com/horseracing/missouri.html
http://www.oaklawn.com/
http://www.arkansas.com/things-to-do/
http://arkansas-travel.suite101.com/article.cfm/travel_in_northwest_arkansas
 

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