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If you haven’t noticed, we are currently experiencing the best weather Fayetteville has to offer.
Summer is passing the baton to the Fall, and the moment between that exchange we’re experiencing right now is creating some incredibly mild afternoons and slightly brisk evenings that seem to change the attitude of the entire city, and allow us to sleep with the windows open in perfect comfort.
In short; yes.
Next week, the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks will celebrate this perfect Fayetteville weather with another Summer Cocktails event called Moonflowers and Margaritas on Wednesday, September 9.
Moonflowers are large white, trumpet shaped flowers that bloom in the evenings this time of year, and margaritas are a delicious mix of tequilla, sweet and sour, lime juice, and salt. I like a splash of OJ in mine too.
Moonflowers and Margaritas at the Botanical Gardens has both of these things, as well as light hors d’oeuvres and live music from Mo’ Brothers, and we have a pair of tickets to give away for one lucky winner, picked at random. Party.
How to enter
Leave a comment telling us what your favorite thing about the Fall in Fayetteville is. Is it Razorback football? The cooler weather? The patio at Common Grounds? Let us know below, and you’ll be entered.
What you’ll win
You’ll win two tickets to Moonflowers and Margaritas on Wednesday, September 9th at 6:00 pm at the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks.
- You only may enter this specific giveaway once.
- This giveaway is open to anyone anywhere except staff of Fayetteville Flyer, Local540, the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks and their immediate family members.
- The giveaway is open until 10:00pm CST on Thursday, September 4th, 2009 and the random winner will be contacted shortly afterwards. Make sure you leave a valid email address when filling out the comment form since that’s how we’ll contact you if you’ve won.
- You’ll have to provide us with your first and last name (if you win) and then be prepared to show a valid photo ID when picking up your tickets.
For tickets and more information on Moonflowers and Margaritas, head on over to the Botanical Gardens website.