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Ozark Folk Center offers delightful festival

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"Spring creeps up the hills

at one hundred feet per day,

slow rush ancient hills."

Ken Knauer, spring 1990

Spring is the most subtle of seasons in the Ozarks. There is no better sight in these weathered mountain remnants of southern Missouri and northwestern Arkansas than the demure color of redbuds framed against the black hillsides of winter.

We live at the Gateway to the Ozarks Empire, where great day and weekend spring excursions beckon from all sides. One of the most complete and varied offerings comes from those fine folks at the Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, Ark.

Hand in hand with their mailing of exciting and interesting events for the season is the listing of complementary events arranged by the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce.

You can join the mailing list at the Folk Center State Park by sending a postcard with your mailing address to: Ozark Folk Center State Park, Box 500, Mountain View, Ark. 72560[[In-content Ad]]


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