On Saturaday April 2,2011at 2:00pm. at Hobbs State Park a Conservation Area visitor center on Hwy 12 just east of the Hwy 12/War Eagle Road intersection at presentation by University of Arkansas professor of journalism and accomplished documentary film maker, Larry Foley, will share his latest work “Bridge to War Eagle” at the Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area visitor center this coming weekend. Foley’s productions have earned many regional, national and international awards, including two Emmys from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and six Emmy nominations.
Written and produced by the Emmy Award winning team Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter, the film captures one of the most representative images of Arkansas, and ties together local history. According to Rachel Diersen, interpreter at Hobbs State Park, “A great film for locals and visitors alike”. The film also features Fort Smith Artist John Bell Jr. and the work of art that John Bell created of the War Eagle Bridge and mill. What great fun and educational as well. Hobbs State park is a short trip from Eureka Springs your extraordinary escape and the Angel at Rose Hall, your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and 4 Diamond AAA rate Bed and Breakfast and Eureka Springs Wedding Chapel. A short walk from historic Eureka Springs.