This year’s Fayetteville Visitor’s Guide features four profiles from a handful of influential locals to give visitors an inside track on some of the best things to do, places to eat and shop, and must-experiences while in Fayetteville. One of our profilees is Wade Ogle, owner of Block Street Records right off the Historic Downtown Square.
The Faulkner Performing Arts Center will host internationally renowned vocalist, Farah Siraj, on Thursday, November 9, in partnership with the King Fahd Center for Middle East Studies. Accompanying Siraj on stage, the University of Arkansas children’s choir will sing in both English and Arabic.
Get ready for a one of a kind cycling experience you don’t want to miss! Fayetteville’s new cyclocross event, CycloFrost, will take place on Saturday, December 9 at Lake Fayetteville’s North Shore.
With cooler weather upon us, the fall season is in full swing. For visitors to Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas, one of the most popular activities to do during this time of year is enjoying the fall foliage.
From mid-October to early November in the Ozarks, the leaves change color in spectacular fashion, making for breathtaking views throughout wooded paths, scenic overlooks and even inside the city, considering how green Fayetteville is during the spring and summer months.
Those looking for a fun, new way to Trick or Treat this year are in luck, because on Oct. 29 Fayetteville is hosting the Halloween Monster Dash 5K / Fun Run.
In honor of Bill and Hillary Clinton's 42nd wedding anniversary, the Clinton House Museum will host a celebratory open house on Wednesday, October 25th. The event will also act as a birthday celebration for Hillary Rodham Clinton, who turns 70 on October 26.
Come join your fellow Razorback fans, alumni, students, family and friends in cheering on the Hogs at the 2017 University of Arkansas Homecoming parade. The parade, which marches down Dickson Street through Fayetteville's popular entertainment district, will take place on Friday, November 3, starting at 6 p.m.
It’s a handheld thing of beauty, the sandwich. Although originally a British finger food, over time the sandwich has become a staple of American cuisine. What was usually thought of as a lunchtime food has found its way into the day’s other meals — and we’re okay with that!
Within two slices of bread is typically meat, cheese and vegetables, but sandwiches have become as diverse as the people who enjoy them. With all the fun things to do in Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas, grabbing some food in between attractions and activities is a smart move.
Everyone wants to feel cozy during a vacation stay, and for some a historic or quaint feel is the preferred atmosphere when resting their head or taking a break from eating, shopping, walking and sight-seeing. Fayetteville has hotels of all price ranges, including several bed-and-breakfast hotels located near the most popular things to do in Fayetteville.
Going on vacation is always exciting, but the sad eyes your pooch makes as you back out the driveway is heartbreaking. We want to do everything else with them, so why shouldn’t your dog go on vacation, too? The next time you plan on having a weekend getaway in Fayetteville, bring along your dog!
Fayetteville is a great destination for you and your canine companion. In fact, Arkansas was recently named the top "dog-loving state" by the American Veterinary Medical Association, and Fayetteville is a great example why.
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