Much of the flora and fauna of the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks may go temporarily dormant in December, but the gardens are anything but quiet in the winter season. The 8th Annual Jingle Bell Jog 5K & Children’s Fun Run on Saturday, December 7, 2019 provides the perfect excuse for people of all ages to run amok (or walk) in their craziest holiday attire.
The Fenix Fayetteville Gallery will be showcasing a compelling, challenging exhibition throughout the month of November, entitled Consuming Culture. This downtown gallery and studio located steps off of the north side of the historic Fayetteville Square is home to a vibrant member community of artists from all disciplines whose work adheres to high artistic standards. With each special exhibition, member artists typically show their own works that respond broadly to the theme of the particular show.
Count on the wave of cuteness being nearly overwhelming at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks, as the Little Sprouts education program wraps up this season’s kid-centered programming with its Halloween Costume Parade. Scheduled for Wednesday, October 30 from 9:30 to 11 a.m., this annual event offers a safe and unique way for little ones to celebrate the holiday.
If you’ve not yet been to a performance at the beautiful, world-class Jim & Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center in the fully renovated and converted 1930s University of Arkansas Field House (or even if you have), you may well be enticed by a spectacular artist coming to Fayetteville, Arkansas for a series of fantastic events.
Ask anyone who’s spent at least the span of four seasons in Fayetteville, Arkansas and you’ll inevitably hear that autumn in the Ozarks is essentially unbeatable. We thought we’d take a moment to ask some locals what they love to do when the days get shorter and sweater weather arrives—and how they celebrate fall in ways that can only be found in their fair city up in the hills.
When a city is located right in the midst of what is considered some of the best natural beauty in the entire country, it only stands to reason that active lifestyle enthusiasts need not look far to find excellent retail options for outdoor gear.
Fayetteville, Arkansas is surrounded by incredible destinations for hiking, trail running, cycling, mountain biking, rock climbing, canoeing and kayaking—so we’ve put together an insider’s look at the best local stores for outstanding products supported by knowledgeable staff happy to share the pro tips that will make your adventures in the Natural State even better.
Fayetteville has an authentic, passionate and diverse food culture that reflects the city's personality. From fine dining to food-truck courts, and from gameday staples to new favorites, Fayetteville has a wide variety of culinary options. Whatever you or your crew are hungry for, Fayetteville serves it up.
For many people, training for and completing a half marathon is a life goal and the culmination of countless hours of commitment and hard work. Consider how much more challenging it would be to run that same half marathon wearing 40 to 60 pounds of additional weight, including a helmet and air tank—and you’ll have an idea of what a number of the toughest runners in the Hero Half Marathon fundraiser willingly undertake to benefit multiple deserving community organizations.
Frills, frocks and finery will take center stage in Fayetteville, Arkansas as the fall NWA Fashion Week brings a packed schedule of beautiful runway shows to Jett Aircraft at Drake Field—October 3 – 5, 2019.
With a mission of supporting creativity in fashion and style in Northwest Arkansas, the semi-annual NWA Fashion Week has become a highly anticipated part of the region’s must-do events. A series of diverse and exiting runway shows are designed to highlight fashion trends, emerging local brands and up-and-coming designers, as well as display the work of regional stylists, models, designers, photographers and production teams.
The instantly recognizable music of Arkansan Johnny Cash did much more than entertain. His deep, resonant voice delivered lyrics that ranged from uplifting to despondent—and at times spoke out about things disenfranchised groups were experiencing in American society.
1968 was a particularly significant year in Cash’s career, beginning with his famous concert performance in the cafeteria of Folsom State Prison, a maximum-security facility near Sacramento, California. Later that year Cash came home to Arkansas, spending time in Fayetteville with Governor Winthrop Rockefeller and performing for crowds anxious to see the famous native son.
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