The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center is hosting multiple webinars for small businesses beginning March 25.
Topics include applying for SBA Economic Injury Loans, Taking Business Online and many more.
Movista, a Northwest Arkansas software development company, has launched SupportLocalNWA.com.
Support Local NWA allows local businesses to offer their gift cards online and 100% of the proceeds go directly to the business.
Local restaurants have recently launched the Fayetteville Independent Restaurant Association (FAYIRA) to help all displaced bar and restaurant workers in the city.
FAYIRA is collecting donations through their website for the Fayetteville Hospitality Workers Fund. The fund will assist in helping bar/restaurant workers cover rent, utilities, transportation, food and groceries.
*This event has been postponed.*
You love running. You love beer. You love bagels. You need to come to Fayetteville for the 2020 Beer & Bagel run!
Staybridge Suites is the perfect place to get away and experience Fayetteville. Located two miles from the University of Arkansas and three miles from the Historic Downtown Square and Dickson Street Entertainment District, Staybridge makes seeing Fayetteville easy.
Experience Fayetteville has been awarded the designation of being a Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) by the League of American Bicyclists.
For all those craft beer lovers out in the world, there’s nothing that warms the heart and soul more on a chilly winter’s day than a gathering of 45 or so breweries from multiple states—all ready to pour samples of their very best products. If this sounds like your version of nirvana, you’ll want to make solid plans to attend Frost Fest 2020 on Saturday, February 1.
All things pop culture fandom will be front and center in Fayetteville, Arkansas as the city plays host to the FAYAR Comic Show. This first-ever convention will introduce an exciting two-day lineup of famous special guests and memorable experiences for fans of comics, sci-fi, anime and horror—complete with celebrity autograph and photo sessions, live panels, incredible cosplayers and even the opportunity to commission new art from phenomenal comics artists.
It simply wouldn’t be the Holiday Season in Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas without the 65-year old Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) and its powerful annual performances of both sacred and secular holiday music.
Under the baton of conductor and music director Paul Haas, the orchestra takes the stage with the SoNA Singers and special guest soloists, along with area high school and collegiate choruses to perform A Very SoNA Christmas.
We can practically hear those jingling sleigh bells, just thinking about all of the wonderful holiday performing arts programming that’s coming to Fayetteville this December, thanks to the Walton Arts Center. Every year crowds of families and friends plan much-anticipated trips to the WAC’s state of the art venue to make a variety of outstanding productions part of their celebrations of the special season. The 2019 line up of live performance and family movie screenings is designed to please all ages.
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