Coffee and Community in the Arkansas Ozarks

Black-and-white image of a highway intersection with road signs and a painted handmade sign that reads “Free Coffee, CB Club.” To the right of the road is a parking lot with cars and a camper trailer with a man entering. Behind the trailer is a building with an arch façade with a sign above the roof that reads, “5-10.” To the right on the building’s roof are the letters “Ben Fran” discernible. Road signs point to directions to Rogers and Siloam Springs and to highways 68, 62, and 71.

The CB Coffee Club offered free coffee to weary travelers to help prevent accidents in this 1965 photo taken at 824 West Sunset Ave. in Springdale. Photo is f rom the Shiloh Museum’s Ray Watson Collection (S-85-325-2436).

Tuesday. April 16   
6:30 to 8 p.m.    
This moderated discussion will be available both in person and online     

Brooke Bierhaus Sutton, the filmmaker behind the documentary, The Connected Cup, will lead this conversation with local coffee shop proprietors from Arsaga’s, Café Con Chisme, and Airship Coffee Roasters in April’s installment of Shiloh’s Not Strictly History series. Registration to watch live online will open as the event nears. 

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