Chamber News

30th Annual Greenwood Car Show

Returning for the 30th year the Greenwood Annual Open Car show will take place on April 29th, 2017.

Show organizers expect as many as 200 entries this year with cash and other prizes awarded in several show categories.  This is an open car show which means anything from motorcycles to late model vehicles are welcome.

The Greenwood Auto Show is a non-profit organization and all proceeds are used for scholarships and other charitable donations including Focus on Greenwood which purchases Christmas gifts for elderly citizens.

Additional information is at

Second Annual Greenwood Artfest on the Walking Trail

Saturday May 6, 2017 – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

At ArtFest, you’ll discover high-quality, original art.  Whether you’re a new or experienced art lover, you’ll find something wonderful to add to your personal collection.  Spend the day among the shade trees and enjoy the exquisite talents of our local artists. 

Are you an avid collector on the hunt for unusual treasures?  We’ve got you covered.  You’ll get to meet the artists, face to face.

Sponsored by the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce and the Greenwood A&P Commission.

There's Something for Eveyone!

  • Watercolors
  • OIls
  • Acrylics
  • Pastels
  • Wood Carving
  • Live Demos
  • Handmade Jewelry

Want to participate?

Applicants must email 1-3 sample images with application for consideration by the Selection Panel to qualify for participation.

Download Application

Send application to:


16 Town Square, Greenwood AR 72936

Only original handmade work will be accepted into ArtFest. Prints from your own original works are allowed for sale however, commercially-made, items made from kits or mass-produced items are not eligible for inclusion in show. Applicants will be notified via telephone or email of acceptance by the show’s jury by April 7th, 2017 The show will take place along Greenwood’s paved Walking Trail and in case of inclement weather, the Greenwood Fair Barn will serve as an alternate location.

Bulldog Breakfast Club

The Bulldog Breakfast Club wants to help make each day start out right

Area business and organizations are working together to help Greenwood School food insecure children and their families have breakfast this summer.

We will be accepting donations of cereal and powdered milk April 1-30th.

Alpha Packaging will provide donation drop boxes at Greenwood Wal-Mart, CV's, and Walgreen's, Greenwood City Hall and the Greenwood Chamber office.

If you want a box at your business please contact Tammy Briley at City Hall, 996-2742.

Donations prior to April 1st will be accepted at City Hall or The Chamber office.

Focus on Greenwood will collect the cereal and powdered milk through the Month of April and deliver it to Greenwood Schools for Storage.  Distribution plans will be announced at a later date.

T-Shirts will be available soon for $25.  Profits from the T-shirt sales will be used to purchase additional powdered milk as necessary.