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Programs and Events

2016 Program Highlights Watch INARC erect a teepee at OIRM Spring Home School Event
Anna and Twyla at event

Volunteers, Twyla Wright and Ann Rhodes introduce a Sunday program

Beading demonstration

Milinda Howlette of the Indian Inter-Tribal Association of Arkansas demonstrates beading  

Butter Churning

A student uses a churn to make butter in the program “Churn, Butter Churn”

Cheese making demonstration

The program “Say Cheese” teaches visitors about the process of making cheese

Claudia Nobles - Gift Shop Manager

Gift Shop Manager, Claudia Nobles


Cobb Brothers

The Cobb Brothers performing traditional Christmas music at the Christmas Family Day

Corn Husk Doll demo

Corn Husk doll making demonstration



"Dyed in the Wool" Program

“Dyed in the Wool” program teaches about the process of using natural dyes. 

Blacksmithing demonstration

Blacksmithing demonstration by Heritage Springs Blacksmiths.

Candle Dipping

Students dipping candles as part of the program “A Light in the Corner”

Civil War Interpreters

Museum docents and volunteers in costume for a Civil War program as part of the Arkansas Heritage Month Grant.

Coach Ride enactors

Museum volunteers in costume reenact a coach ride through Batesville as part of the “Night at the Museum” fundraiser

Cookie Decorating

Decorating (and eating) delicious sugar cookies during the Christmas Family Day Event

Costumed docents

Docents in costume during the Museum’s “Night at the Museum” Fundraiser

Regular Programs start at 2 p.m.
Family Day events are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call the office to be sure of times.




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