The Hardy History Association is a cohesive group of people who concentrate on collecting, preserving, and disseminating materials and information related to the City of Hardy.
The goals for the organization:
growing our membership,
having informational monthly meetings, and
providing a quality newsletter at least quarterly.
publishing a book or books to supplement the Hardy History Book published by the Timely Club of Hardy several years ago,
establishing a Hardy History museum, and
staffing a tourist information center in Hardy.
Membership is open to any individual, family/household, business, or organization with dues of $20 (entitled to one membership vote) for individuals, businesses, or organizations; and $30 (entitled to two membership votes) for a family or household.
The HHA meets at Hardy City Hall on the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm.
Hardy, AR 72542
Ozark Pride is an LGBTQ owned and operated organization servicing the area of Sharp County. They provide food, clothing, and other resources to the general public, as well as provide jobs and safe spaces for people who identify as LGBTQ.
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Mailing address: PO Box 42
Cherokee Village, AR 72525
The Arts Center of North Arkansas is a membership nonprofit organization dedicated to all arts. Classes are held throughout the month and opportunities to sell members arts, from photography, paint in all mediums, spinning wool, poured art, scultpture, writing, and more. Also, yoga classes are held at the center. Classes and yoga are scheduled throughout the month. Go to our Facebook page for schedules: www.facebook.com/ArtsCenterNorthArkansas
Arts, Photography, Sewing, Drumming, Dulcimer, Yoga, Tai Chi
The Ash Flat Library has over 15,000 items and sells books year round in addition to lending books.
Cherokee Village, AR 72529
Cherokee Village is a beautiful 15,000-acre private resort and retirement community located in the Ozark foothills of northern Arkansas. Amenities include two 18-hole golf courses, 6 swimming pools, tennis courts, recreation centers, a fitness center, senior center, horseshoe pits, two nature trails, and seven lakes for boating or fishing. A vibrant, welcoming community, Cherokee Village has numerous clubs and service organizations, and has been twice named Arkansas’ Volunteer Community of the Year (2006 and 2016).
Located adjacent to City Hall, the Tourist Information & Welcome Center offers an abundance of information on everything from dining and shopping to winter and summer activities in and around Sharp and Fulton counties. Whether you’re simply visiting the area, planning to become a homeowner, or you are an established resident, our volunteers will do their level best to answer your questions, or direct you to whoever else can best do so. We’ll help you to locate that piece of property that was left to you in a relative’s Last Will, acquaint you with all of the amenities, direct you to great realtors, or tell you how to dispose of that old refrigerator.
Cherokee Village street maps, apparel, and other branded items are also available for purchase at the Cherokee Village Tourist Information & Welcome Center. Whether you’re interested in local artisans, culture, history, or the magnificent outdoors that Cherokee Village has to offer, stop by or contact us in advance. We’d love to contribute to your having a memorable experience!
Cherokee Village City Hall at Town Center
Hours of Operation:
(April through September) Monday through Saturday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
(October through March) open periodically for holidays and special events
Cherokee Village Tourist Information & Welcome Center
#2 Santee Drive, Cherokee Village AR 72529
P.O. Box 129, Cherokee Village, AR 72525
Phone: 870-257-5522 x 234
At Cherokee Village UMC, we are a church alive, seeking to make a difference in the world through sharing the love of Christ, the grace of God and the excitement of the Holy Spirit. We invite you to join us on this journey.
We gather every Sunday morning for Worship and Sunday School. We have Bible Studies, Communion and other activities during the week for all ages. It is my hope that we will continue to grow in faith, grace, hope, and love so we can faithfully serve God and make disciples of Jesus Christ, equipped to transform the world with excellence and passion. Won’t you join us as we do this together?
Rev. Angie Gage, Senior Pastor
Contact us for information
White River Regional Housing Authority
Friends and partners since 1976
White River Regional Housing Authority
1327 East Main Street
PO Box 650
Melbourne AR, 72556
The White River Regional Housing Authority (WRRHA) is a public, not-for-profit community organization founded in 1976. It is governed by an eleven-member Board of Commissioners. Day-to-day direction of WRRHA is under the management of Executive Director, Katy Blevins.
WRRHA provides housing solutions to families and individuals who cannot find affordable and adequate housing due to income or special needs. WRRHA manages 20 apartment complexes, 8 Low-Income Public Housing developments, and a large Section 8 program which allows participants to find housing from private landlords.
The main office is located at 1327 East Main Street in Melbourne, Arkansas. Our office hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm. The office is closed daily from 12:00 to 12:30 for lunch. You can reach us by telephone (870) 368-5200, fax (870) 368-5203, e-mail [email protected], or by mail PO Box 650, Melbourne, AR 72556.
A Christian Independent Living Campus
Welcome to Fountain Place
Nestled in the expanse of Cherokee Village in north-central Arkansas is Fountain Place, a Christian Independent Living Campus with many apartments and access to all the amenities surrounding our community. Apartments are available at new rates that new residents will find to be pleasantly surprising! Come spend the winter in a mild climate in your very own apartment – we can also help out with “non-medical respite and recovery” temporary stays when necessary. Please contact us for more information concerning availability and rates.
The origins of Fountain Place started in the 1960s as a Master Planned Community. Mr. Cooper constructed this building as his personal residence. Thanks to the efforts of the Spring River Village, Inc. organization and a coalition of over 50 churches, Fountain Place has been transformed into a wonderful Christian Independent Living Campus.
Our fountain in Fall