The fall season in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is full of grand athletic traditions—whether you love watching NCAA competitors tough it out on the gridiron or you ARE the athlete training and racing for your personal best. One annual event that brings crowds to the city during what is arguably one of the best times of the whole year is the Fayetteville Half Marathon, set this year for November 16, 2019.
Fayetteville, Arkansas treasures its public green spaces, recognizing the extraordinary value of designating locations throughout the community for people to freely connect with the outdoors. A recent partnership between two local residents—land owner Cary Arsaga and pocket park artist and visionary Jimmy Glen—has resulted in a new place for anyone to visit, enjoy, and even heal.
Upon entering this graceful and exquisitely restored building just steps from Dickson Street and the bustle of downtown Fayetteville, a leisurely look at historic photos lining the walls immediately evokes feelings of nostalgia and curiosity about bygone eras at the University of Arkansas. The Inn at Carnall Hall, an elegant boutique hotel with a prized porch view of Old Main and the earliest sections of the famous Senior Walk that honors graduates dating back to 1875, is a place built on making new memories and celebrating the past.
The No. 1 best-selling author of 2019 will be visiting the Fayetteville Public Library!
Delia Owens, author of the best-selling novel "Where the Crawdads Sing," will visit the Fayetteville Public Library on Saturday, July 20, from 3-4:30 p.m. The novel is a mystery, a love story and a courtroom drama.
There’s a long, storied history of great music being performed over the decades in Fayetteville, Arkansas. A good number of legends have graced the stages of a community that has always attracted more attention from well-known artists than the population would imply—and some of the very best came to play the one and only Rockwood Club.
Brewers from throughout Arkansas are making big plans to converge upon Fayetteville July 12 and 13 for all things beer—as the Arkansas Brewers Guild hosts its popular annual conference “The Natural State of Beer.” There will be plenty to learn, people to meet and bottles to swap, and there’s no question one of the highlights of the gathering will be a chartered brewery tour to visit the veritable explosion of microbreweries in the region.
If you experience second thoughts about leaving the house without your favorite furry sidekick or you’d treasure a place to find other dog-lovers who never tire of talking about all things canine, we’ve got a perfect solution for you and your precious pup—The Good Dog Café!
A little summer swelter is no match for cross country bikers ready to take on some of the best riding in the Northwest Arkansas region at the Kessler Mountain Jam. Hosted by Fayetteville Parks & Recreation on Sunday, August 11 at Kessler Mountain Regional Park, this heart-pumping race is part of the Arkansas Mountain Bike Championship Series (AMBCS) and is sanctioned by USA Cycling (USAC.)
Oh, lovely Thai food, that beautifully balanced, tantalizing combination of salty, sweet, sour and bitter...ranging from sinus-clearing spicy to delicately flavored. Thai meals are made for group sharing and experimenting with wonderful fresh flavors—plus any leftovers only improve overnight for a next-day snack. Fayetteville is full of authentic Thai restaurants to satisfy even the most seasoned (pun intended) foodie, and we’ve got several to recommend.
Art Ventures, a dynamic visual arts gallery committed to collaboration with the community and supporting artists working to the highest standards, is showcasing beautiful exhibitions in June and July. In keeping with the organization’s mission to provide accessibility to under-represented communities, these exhibitions offer diverse viewpoints through the work of Brazilian artist Eloa Jane Pereira and a range of pieces created by multiple Islamic artists.
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