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Located on the edge of Mountain View is a wonderful state-owned facility at which Nancy and I enjoyed almost a full day - the Ozark Folk Center. This entertaining park is dedicated to preserving the traditional culture of the Ozarks. Visit with a number of craftsmen, artists and musicians as they bring history to life. There are some hands-on activities (for children, especially).
For more on the Ozark Folk Center, see my Travelogue (now under construction).
Updated Jun 13, 2004
Address: 382 Spur off Hwy. 5 North
Phone: (870) 269-3851
on the downtown square, all day and night during any season when the weather is tolerable, you will find many groups of musicians jamming with each other. even if you do not play an instrument, you will enjoy wandering around listening. there are public restrooms on the north side of the square and several food stands where you can get hot dogs, ice cream, soft drinks, etc.
Written Oct 3, 2003
Address: downtown square
Phone: 870/269-8068/chamber of commerce
The Dulcimer Shoppe is more than just a music and gift store. It is also where McSpadden dulcimers (both lap and hammered varieties), autoharps, and bowed psaltries are hand made by superb craftsmen.
Written Jun 14, 2004
Address: Corner of Sylamore Ave & Jimmy Driftwood Drive
2 Reviews and 33 Opinions The facility is a little run down, and like most motel/hotels they have cut back on amenities, but...