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.
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 Kirsten Blowers, owner of Riffraff on the Historic Downtown Square.
The burger: an American food staple. A simple concept — ground meat, buns, toppings and condiments — yet everyone has a personal preference, and nowadays it seems as if there are a million variations. However, one thing will always remain the same: a good burger stays with you forever.
The fall season is officially underway, and what better way to celebrate than Fall Harvest Fest at the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market.
On Saturday, Oct. 7, from 9 a.m. to noon, come to the Historic Downtown Square to enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the season with a variety of activities for everyone. Fall Harvest Fest is free and open to the public.
Fayetteville has long been the artistic epicenter of Northwest Arkansas, thanks in large part to the University of Arkansas, which — as the state’s oldest and largest public college campus — has influenced Arkansas culture since its founding in 1871.
From live music on Dickson Street to performance arts at the Walton Arts Center and TheatreSquared, to the numerous galleries throughout the city filled with paintings and sculptures, Fayetteville has a strong tradition of being the arts and entertainment capital of Northwest Arkansas.
Celebrate the art of film with the 10th annual Fayetteville Film Fest, September 20-22, 2018 in downtown Fayetteville. They have a full line up of documentaries, short films, animated films and full-length feature films as well as panels, parties and workshops. It will be a perfect week in Fayetteville, AR for filmmakers and film enthusiasts alike!
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