Kaleidoscoping the Legendary Ozark Mountain Folk Fair

Four years after Woodstock, a circle of friends living in Eureka Springs decide to stage an Ozark heritage family folk festival on a remote and rugged Carroll County wilderness. But instead of parents with children, an estimated hundred fifty thousand hippies showed up. Jacqueline Froelich takes us to visit the site, on the fortieth anniversary. (Photo: April and Dustin Griffith, landholders, hold up an artifact found on a festival campsite.)

Transition Music: 
"Ball 'N Chain" by Big Mama Thornton