The new show opens August 6, and includes work by nine artists who decided to come together for a group exhibit.
The trio released a new self-titled EP back in March and have been performing steadily locally at venues around the region this summer.
The new program is intended to help locals gain skills to help them in the job market, and to help local restaurants find candidates for open positions.
Fayetteville Parks & Recreation officials announced that the annual Dive-in Movie series at the Wilson Park Pool will return in 2021.
The Walton Arts Center will host a two-day blood drive with American Red Cross next week.
The Ohio-born artist will bring the Tripp at Knight Tour to the venue for a performance on Sunday, Aug. 29.
Walmart AMP officials are continuing to add to their season lineup.
JukeBoxx is a local party band known for its performance of funk, R&B, and Top 40 hits.
The event will also include live music from Monk Is King and Dirty Flannel Shirt, and a range of food trucks such as Smok’d TX BBQ, Otra, and Mad Hatter.
Joe Bonamassa’s Fall Tour will come to the Walton Arts Center Tuesday, Oct. 19. at 8 p.m.
C4 will host its first in-person events since the beginning of the pandemic with a Friday drag show on June 11 and a blacklight party Saturday, June 12.
The Fayetteville Fire Department will host the Annual Crawfish Boil on June 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Prarie Street Live.
Community groups will offer fun activities for kids like fairy house building, nature stations, crafts, and live entertainment.
A one-day hip-hop festival is coming the Walmart AMP this fall.
The University of Arkansas and the Northwest Arkansas Juneteenth Planning Committee invite the community to celebrate the annual Northwest Arkansas Juneteenth Celebrations.