A Rainy Morning Brought Easter Inside!

Sunday morning started out a bit rainy and muddy in the War Eagle Valley but we were determined to see big smiles on our visitors’ faces and brought our Annual Easter Celebration inside the Mill! Our children’s crafts took place on the 2nd floor, over 1200 Eggs were hidden on the 1st floor for our Egg Hunt and the Easter Bunny […]

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Decorating Easter Eggs With Colored Oats!

Easter just isn’t Easter without colored eggs! Miss Millie has turned this annual tradition upside down. Instead of dying my hard boiled eggs with food coloring, I dyed thick rolled oats and glued on bright-colored designs. I never thought of myself as crafty but I was pleasantly surprised on how this easy project let my creativity shine! […]

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Volunteers Help Keep War Eagle Creek Beautiful

Did you hear? We had a wonderful group of volunteers take time out of their busy Saturday morning to help clean the War Eagle Creek during Beaver Watershed Alliance’s War Eagle Creek Cleanup. With old clothes on, gloves, garbage bags and big smiles, volunteers traveled up and down the Creek collecting trash consisting of pieces of metal, glass and tires. Others […]

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The Leprechaun Dances!

The Mill went Green this weekend to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! Toe-tapping Irish tunes could be heard in the Bean Palace Restaurant. Visitors were happily filled with corned beef and cabbage and Wesley, the Leprechaun, visited the wee ones and gave out toys. He even did a little dance to entertain us all for a grand time! […]

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Poor Man’s Shamrock Cookies

You won’t need a shamrock cookie cutter to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day… just a little green food coloring! For a grand time, whip up some Poor Man’s Shamrock Cookies for you and the lads! It’s an unforgettable sugar cookie with a lemon twist and a dash of green. Don’t worry about the cut outs, just […]

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The Dressing of the Stones

It’s that time again! The Millers are dressing (a.k.a. sharpening) the grindstones just in time for the Mill’s reopening for the Season. They invited me over to see them in action and get an up close look at the stones, as they are normally hidden inside the milling machine. Check out the photos and video below to learn more […]

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Movie Night with Siracha-lime Popcorn

Every once in a while, Miss Millie’s gotta kick back on a Friday night, snuggle under a big fuzzy blanket and watch a movie. And we all know movies are that much better with a snack! Especially one with a little kick! Melt up some butter, add some Siracha chili sauce, a squeeze of lime, […]

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Choco-Chip Cherry Balls for Everyone!

February is National Cherry Month and Miss Millie’s mixed up some Chocolate Chip Cherry Balls! They make a great on-the-go snack that keeps you fueled throughout the day. Want to hear the best part? You don’t have to bake them! Just throw the ingredients in a bowl, mix and form them into balls. Easy, peasy! […]

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Strawberry Sweetheart Cupcakes!

The beautiful thing about strawberries is that when cut in half, they take on a heart shape. And with Valentines Day almost here, I thought I’d surprise my Valentine with cupcakes and a piece of my heart! Show come creative love this holiday with these delicious cupcakes and give your sweetheart a surprise their taste buds will never forget! – […]

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4 Ways To Heart Yourself!

February marks the time of year that we recognize all the love in our lives: the love we express to our friends and family, that we share with our significant others and, of course, that we give ourselves.  Self-love tends to be close to the bottom of our to-do list but Miss Millie’s got 4 […]

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War Eagle Mill, Arkansas in the Fall

War Eagle Mill


11045 War Eagle Rd | Rogers, Arkansas 72756
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Open Daily: March 6 - Jan. 1 | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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Winter Hours: Jan. 2 - Feb 28 | Closed.
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