CENTURY 21 LeMac Realty
West Location
1024 Hwy 62B East
Mtn. Home, AR 72653
Toll Free: 1-866-377-7220
Phone: (870) 425-6356
CENTURY 21 LeMac Realty
East Location
40 Plaza Way, Suite 180
Mtn. Home, AR 72653
Toll Free: 1-800-238-1341
Phone: (870) 492-7653

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Jun 03, 2017

Pancake breakfast to start off the day! Parade to follow! This awesome festival will feature a 5k Run/1 mile fun walk, Antique & Classic Car Show, automotive swap meet, food drive, crafts, arts, collectibles and much more! Bring the whole family for this fun filled event! Live music, and co-ed softball game.

Time: 10:00am-4:00pm

Admission: FREE

Locaiton: Cotter Road, Gassville, Arkansas 72635

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Jun 10, 2017 - Jun 11, 2017

This event is to benefit the ASUMH Technical Center!

Entry Fee: $170 per person/$510 per team, Spouse or guest $50, for all means or $25 for Saturday dinner only

Time: 7:30am Shotgun start, 1:30pm Shotgun start

Location: Big Creek Golf & Country Club, 452 Country Club Drive, Mountain Home, Arkansas


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Jun 17, 2017

4 person cscramble golf tournament!

Time: 8:00am

Location: 70 Elk Way, Mountain Home, AR

Hosted by North Central Board of REALTORS

For more information: 870-425-2028

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Jun 20, 2017

Come enjoy time with the whole family at the Baxter County Fair Grounds!!


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Jun 22, 2017 - Jun 24, 2017

Its that time again!! The Red, White, and Blue Festival is back, this fun filled family event is FREE for everyone. Bring the WHOLE family!! This The festival offers a parade, rodeo, car show, concert, kids activities, food, fireworks and much more!! Location on the Arkansas State Univertsity of Mountain Home campus.

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Jun 27, 2017

Presenter is Marlon Mowdy, who is the Department of Arkansas Heritage’s new Historic Site Manager at the Jacob Wolf House Historic Site in Norfork. He began his new position on January 29th of this year. Marlon has over twenty years of experience working for the State of Arkansas. He has worked for Arkansas State Parks and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. He worked for approximately two years for the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Marlon has spent his career managing and interpreting natural, cultural, and historical sites throughout the state. His academic training stems from masters’ degrees in Public History and Heritage Studies from Arkansas State University. Marlon looks forward to helping develop, manage, and interpret the Jacob Wolf House Historic Site. He adds, “It is a most worthy heritage tourism destination to preserve, protect and promote.”

Time: 6:00pm

Location: Donald W. Reynolds Library

Speaker Marlon Mowdy

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