Eureka Springs EasterBelles

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The EasterBelles Ride Again
The Eureka Springs EasterBelles is a social organization of women who come together once a year to produce the annual Eureka Springs’ Easter Parade in the spirit of Easter parades in the 1800s celebrating women, fashion, Springtime and the culture of our times.
“This year, we want to honor the generations of women who call Eureka Springs home – there are mothers, grandmothers, great grandmothers, daughters and granddaughters making this part of the country beautiful, fun, and worth celebrating,” says Cne’ Breaux, the EasterBelles’ founder.

Additionally, the EasterBelles’ parade will be on Spring Street for the first time.  The group has outgrown the Historic Loop where their horse-drawn carriages, convertibles and strolling ladies delighted parade watchers.
The EasterBelles traditionally contribute to an organization or effort that benefits women.  For 2014, the EasterBelles will partner with the Merlin Foundation to earmark monies not covered by traditional funding sources:  transportation, medical incidentals, and alternative medical or therapeutic treatments.

The Merlin Foundation is dedicated to providing health, education, social services, advocacy and lobbying on behalf of children, women and families, to make tomorrow better than today for future generations.
The EasterBelles' Parade is Easter Sunday, April 20, at 2pm.  If you would like to participate in the parade, call 703-400-6090 or email [email protected]