Let’s face it, making a turkey isn’t for everyone. Lucky for you, Fayetteville has plenty of holiday dining options. So if you don’t feel like cooking this year or are coming to town to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks take on Mizzou on Black Friday, you can still can have a tasty meal!
We have compiled a list of restaurants that will be open on Thanksgiving in Fayetteville so you can enjoy a great meal without all the fuss.
One of NWA's favorite arts and crafts events is returning to the Fayetteville Town Center. The Little Craft Show takes place on Dec. 4 (4:30 pm) & Dec. 5 (9 am) at the Fayetteville Town Center.
The Little Craft Show has blown up over the last five years. They bring in artists and artisans from around the state and the midwest. Friday night is a preview event that sold out last year and had lines stretching around the block. Saturday is a nonstop day of excitement as well.
Fayetteville’s own TheatreSquared has been working for 10 years to establish themselves as the region’s premiere independent theatre company. Now as they celebrate their first decade, they appear primed to solidify that position with a phenomenal new season and the first stages to building a new theatre.
The theatre company has been selected as an inaugural project for the Walton Family Foundation’s Northwest Arkansas Design Excellence Program, providing significant grant funding to support exceptional architecture and design for a permanent home for T2. The program provides financial support to develop space for public purposes, with funds earmarked for all phases of design work. The first pool of designers will be selected by a panel of distinguished professionals.