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Rev. Ed Matthews

Emeritus


Reed M. Perryman

Emeritus


Gene Lockie

Emeritus

Dean Hudson

2017


Ed Stephens

2017


Jill Easton

2018


Rhoda Doerr

2019

PUBLIC INFORMATION

The Calico Rock Museum & Visitor Center is operated and supported by the Calico Rock Museum Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization.  The Foundation contracts with the City of Calico Rock, Arkansas to provide visitor center services for the community.  The Foundation owns historic buildings in the Main Street Historic District, including the E.N. Rand Building, c. 1903; Bluff City Bank Building, c. 1896; Coal House, c. 1905; the Calico Rock Progress Building, c. 1910; and the Floyd's Grocery Building, c. 1926.  Our facilities are, themselves, historic treasures. 

 

The museum facility includes the F. Stowe Easton Education CenterWayne Wood Bridge, Matthews Library, and the Gwen Murphy Gallery.  The museum accepts historical objects and works of art of significance to Calico Rock on loan or by donation.  Call our staff to discuss adding to our collection at 870-297-6100.


The Foundation operates the Artisan Gift Shop in cooperation with the Calico Rock Artisans Cooperative and Printing Press Café & Ice Cream Parlor to support our non-profit mission.

Copyright 2008-2017, Calico Rock Museum Foundation, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.

Calico Rock Museum & Visitor Center

COUNCIL REPORTS

The Storybook Project allows local volunteers to go into the North Central Unit of the Arkansas Department of Correction in Calico Rock.  The volunteers help inmates choose a book and record the inmate reading the book.  The cd is then mailed, along with the book, to the inmates child so they get to have their incarcerated parent read to them.  It helps families stay connected and fosters a love for reading.  The Storybook Project is a special project of the Calico Rock Museum Foundation.

Leave a legacy!

ENDOWMENT FUND


The Calico Rock Museum Foundation Endowment Fund was established by a generous gift in memory of F. Stowe Easton.


The Endowment Fund was created for the long-term security of the museum.

The fund is invested in partnership with the InFaith Community Foundation.

The Storybook Project

The Storybook Project

Calico Rock Museum & Visitor Center

104 Main Street

Calico Rock, Arkansas 72519

870-297-6100

Gloria Sanders

Executive Director

870-297-6100

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Foundation Staff

Jan Bufford

My Kim Parnell

Denver Hankins

Our staff

Steven D. Mitchell

Chairman

2019


Wayne Wood

Vice Chairman

2018


Mayor Ronnie Guthrie

Executive Committee

About Our Museum

Our board of trustees

The Storybook Project allows local volunteers to go into the North Central Unit of the Arkansas Department of Correction in Calico Rock.  The volunteers help inmates choose a book and record the inmate reading the book.  The cd is then mailed, along with the book, to the inmates child so they get to have their incarcerated parent read to them.  It helps families stay connected and fosters a love for reading.  The Storybook Project is a special project of the Calico Rock Museum Foundation.

PLAN YOUR VISIT


The Calico Rock Museum & Visitor Center welcomes you to Calico Rock and our surrounding area.  Let us help your plan your visit to Calico Rock or the surrounding area.  We can help you find lodging, restaurants, and contact information for every business licensed to operate in Calico Rock.

Emeritus

We can make sure that our impact lives beyond our time by leaving a legacy: buy a commemorative brick; buy a memorial leaf; or remember us in your willWe can accept stocks, bonds, other securities; land or property; cash; or other tangible property.  The Calico Rock Museum Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization, so all donations are 100% tax deductible.


To leave a legacy gift to the Foundation, contact us at 870-373-0083 or 870-297-6100.