This week has been one of looking forward. Looking forward to a bit of a getaway for spring break, but in planning that there became a need to look ahead and watch the weather. My time away in Hot Springs is about done, though I am still watching one last round of storms. As I prepare this newsletter, I am also looking forward as the OBS board of directors puts the final touches on planning our annual meeting new month. The looking back element has been a bit more challenging. Just a few days ago, we learned that the NWA music community lost a sweet soul, and former president of OBS, Bob Coleman. Our board also just found out we are losing a valuable member of our team due to relocation. We bid best wishes to Ed Eaves and his wife, Ina, as they head off on new adventures.
This week we have a new article about
a pyrotechnics for production workshop being held in Siloam Springs. Read
on below for all the details. We
also bid farewell to OBS past
president, Bob Coleman.
Don't miss the returning articles this week about the return of an exciting blues music
event in Eureka Springs as well as the info about the upcoming OBS annual meeting
Always remember, this is YOUR newsletter! Please consider sharing dates that for your favorite artists that are not included in the community calendars we use. We would also love to have a local live blues music reporter to share stories for the newsletter. Many bands have time challenges in submitting information and this would be a great way for fans to show them some love! Please send questions, information, feedback, and suggestions our way. Just click on Sandy's email address below.
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