The regular monthly meetings of the Society take place on the 4th Tuesday of each month, at 6:00 p.m. in the Knox Room of the Donald W. Reynolds Library Serving Baxter County. Exceptions to that schedule are during the months of April and December.
Since its beginning, The Society has funded its services through donations from the public and sales of our carefully researched historical publications. As a non-profit organization, we always need financial assistance.
The Society promotes public interest in the history and genealogy of Baxter County, Arkansas, and acquires, restores, preserves and maintain documents, photographs, digital files and databases, as well as physical objects pertaining to the history of the people and places of Baxter County, the surrounding Ozark region and the State of Arkansas, for the benefit, education and research of the general public.
Whether you live in Baxter County or elsewhere, one of the great membership benefits is receiving our Quarterly, Baxter County History in your mailbox four times each year. Thirty-plus pages of historical articles, photos and news about the Society.