About The Different Krewes...

The Krewe of Krazo

Eureka Springs oldest Krewe, Krazo (Ozark spelled backwards) started rolling in 2006. Krazo hosts the Krazo King’s Day Kickoff, The Taste of N’Awlins, The Coronation Ball, The Night Parade, The Masquerade Ball, The Day Parade, The Jazz Brunch and they co-host the Mardi Gras Day All Krewe Party (public welcome!).

We are the Grand Old Krewe, and we love to party…

Executive Committee Members: 

Cathy Handley, Captain

Scott Smith, President

Dann Richardson, Vice President

Kay Franco, Treasurer

Robin Mowrey, Secretary

Advisors:

Mary Popovac, Royal Compagnon

 

The Krewe of Bon Repos

The Krewe of Bon Repos is all about fun. Composed of many people that are outside the greater Eureka Springs area, these mighty revelers always hit the parades with big floats, loud voices and a huge sense of fun.

 

Co-Captains Jeff and Kay Franco

The Krewe du Kork

Established in 2017, Krewe du Kork combines the Mardi Gras traditions of giving back, food, fun, revelry, and of course, all things Kork!                                                                                                                   

Krewe du Kork hosts the Bead-Dazzled Mardi Gras Tree, Steampunk Eureka Gras Benefit Wine Dinner, The Taste of Eureka Gras, Lundi Gras Red Beans & Rice and they co-host the Mardi Gras Day All Krewe Party (public welcome!).

Ko-Kaptains: Cne’ Breaux and Ilene Powell

The Krewe of Barkus

The Krewe of Barkus is a community group where dogs and people come together to have fun. We lead the Krewe of Barkus Day Parade (after the Eureka Springs Day Parade) with our humans and dogs in costume.                                                                                        

Captain: Crystal Ursin

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