The Faulkner County Historical Society co-hosted a 150 Birthday Party with the Faulkner County Museum on Saturday, April 15. The museum was open to visitors, there were special demonstrations, and the society held Continue reading
The Faulkner County Historical Society held its annual meeting on Thursday, April 13 at the Faulkner County Library. The program, “Memories of the Toad Suck Ferry” was a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Amanda Moore. Panelists included Barbara Marshall Smith, daughter of Ty Marshall—the last Toad Suck Ferry operator; Jack Bell, retired City of Conway official; and Jim Baker, former Faulkner County Judge. Continue reading
The Faulkner County Museum, located on the Historic Faulkner County Courthouse Grounds at 801 Locust St., is celebrating its 30th birthday.
The museum was established Aug. 19, 1992, when a group of concerned residents, many who were members of the Faulkner County Historical Society, petitioned the Faulkner County Quorum Court to allow a museum to be established in the building being vacated by Continue reading
The Greenbrier EAST programs will be hosting a Fireside Chat to gather historical information, photos and old senior composites to document our programs history.
The goal of this Fireside chat is to not just further our projects, but to get to know more about the beloved town we grew up in. The Greenbrier EAST program invites you to share your knowledge about Greenbrier and our surroundings communities.
The Fireside chat is 4pm on Thursday, February 7 at the Greenbrier Middle School. Please RSVP by calling 501-679-8315 or email [email protected]
The Faulkner County Museum, 801 Locust Street on Courthouse Square, will hold its 16th annual Festival and Holiday Open House on Saturday, November 3 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Museum and the Greathouse cabin will be open and decorated for the season and there will be all sorts of interactive activities.
This year’s theme is Continue reading