Dr. Harry Warren Readnour, 78, a long-time active supporter of the Faulkner County Museum, died at his home on December 15, 2017 in Conway, Arkansas.
He was born March 30, 1939, in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, to the late Harry Wilson and Alice Estelle Sterling Readnour. After graduating from Wynnewood High School in 1957, Continue reading
Workin’ Bridges is seeking donations of $50 and $450 to paint the safety rails on the soon-to-be-restored Springfield-Des Arc bridge that will be located in Beaverfork Park.
A “bridge update” is set for Wednesday, May 3, at 4pm at the Kings Event Center on Front Street. All donations are tax-deductible; the non-profit organization works across the country saving these old bridges.
Contact Julie Bowers of Workin’ Bridges for more information.
Faulkner County Historical Society and the city of Conway will host a public meeting with Workin’ Bridges executive director Julie Bowers on Wednesday evening, May 3, from 4:00 until 8:00 at the Kings event center on Front Street.
Ms. Bowers will update attendees on Continue reading
On Saturday, April 22, at 10 am a representative of the Workin’ Bridges Company will be at Beaverfork Park in Conway where the bridge will be located to give an update on the process of reinstalling the structure.
She will also report on several archeological discoveries that have been made during the work.
Take the first left into the parking lot after entering the park.
Light refreshments will be served.
The Faulkner County Museum is accepting photos and information about the history of the dairy industry in Faulkner County. Contact the museum director by email if you have information to share.