by Shannon Cay
EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. – The 14th annual Carving in the Ozarks is whittling its way to Eureka Springs this weekend.
Eureka Springs Fire Department Captain Shane Stanley says this is a family-friendly event featuring artists from around the country, hand-making sculptures in front of a crowd auctioned on Saturday at 4 p.m.:
All of the proceeds from the auction will be donated to the local volunteer fire department. Stanley says this money helps supplement the budget so volunteers can receive updated equipment, maintain vehicles, and attend additional training.
Chainsaws will start up for Carving in the Ozarks near the Old Victorian Inn at 9 a.m. on Friday.