With so many things to do while visiting Fayetteville, it helps to hit the ground running. Whether you’re hitting the trails, gearing up for a Razorback game or doing some shopping, nothing gets you going in the morning like a great cup of coffee.
LeAnn Rimes is back on the road just in time for Christmas to play in more than a dozen cities across the country, including Fayetteville.
Police officers and firefighters are certainly brave, but the ones battling it out at Bring the Heat on Dec. 8 might be a little crazy, too.
Starting at 4 p.m. at Whataburger, 4030 N. College Ave., teams from the Fayetteville Fire Department and Fayetteville Police Department will battle it out in a jalapeño-eating contest for a good cause. Members from each team will compete against one another to see who can consume the most jalapeños in 60 seconds.
Holidays are a special time to visit with family and reconnect with old friends, but more importantly they give us those extended weekends we love so much!
Thanksgiving is the perfect holiday for experiencing Fayetteville in the fall. Of course, deciding what to do with so many events and attractions can be overwhelming. Don’t worry! We’re here to help.
The Little Craft Show returns to the Fayetteville Town Center November 24-25 for all your holiday shopping needs!
The Walton Arts Center will host a production of “Finding Neverland” Dec. 19-23 as part of its Broadway Series, which brings to Fayetteville some of the most heralded theatrical productions in the world.
The Walton Arts Center will host a production of Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” Nov. 7-12 as part of its Broadway Series, which brings to Fayetteville some of the most heralded theatrical productions in the world.
For the first time ever, Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week will be presenting a series of runway shows during the Fall season. The two-night event, taking place on November 9 & 10, will showcase local designers and boutiques as well as talent from across the state.
In October, the leaves change color, pumpkins are carved and everyone is eager for our favorite scary holiday, Halloween! Along with costumes and candy, Halloween conjures up stories of ghosts and strange sightings. Even crazier is that some people actually seek out these phenomenon for kicks!
If you’re looking for scary things to do for Halloween, these haunted houses and locations around Fayetteville should put you on the right track. But beware, these tales are not for the faint of heart!
One of the most popular family events in Fayetteville, Puppets in the Park, will take place Saturday, Oct. 14, at Wilson Park.
The 10th annual Puppets in the Park, a creative and fun family experience for all, is a free festival celebrating the art of puppetry and performance arts.
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