The two-day event commemorates Grand Ole Opry founder George D. Hay's visit to Mammoth Spring many years ago.
The committee is looking for workers and participants for the Friday, Sept. 2, play, "Reflections in the Spring" (the story of George D. Hay's visit to Mammoth Spring), which will be in the Mammoth Spring State Park pavilion at 7:30. To help with the production or help with the following Sept. 3 activities, call Mammoth Spring City Hall at 870-625-3518.
An antique car show will be at the state park, with gates opening at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, and judging starting at 11 a.m. There is a $20 entry fee. Judging is by MACC. Call Ron Cornelius at 417-280-0162. Vendors and groups wishing to set up booths or games may call Leta Montgomery at 870-625-0665.
For the Mammoth Spring History Exhibit, call Rose Pierce at 870-625-3607 or Charlie Hurtt at 870-625-3515. Musicians can call Jerry Smith at 870-625-3607. For archery demonstrations, call Chris Jones at 870-625-1415.
The first annual Beaver Spring River 5K Fun Run to benefit Ozarka College in Mammoth Spring will be held during the event. To participate, call Anthem Eder at 870-625-0411, Mayor Jean Pace at 870-625-5398 or City Hall at 870-625-3518.