The Audubon Annual Christmas Bird Count is not for the feint of heart, but it’s certainly worth knowing that it exists. My experience last year left me with pictures to share and a story to tell.
Happy Pride Week Fayetteville! In the spirit of pride and good times for all, I’m making a formal request for pictures of real NWA Pride.
Here are your submissions for Flyer Pics: Music.
Gianpaolo “Jonny” Danti has been selling his home-roasted peanuts at the Saturday Fayetteville Farmers’ Market, but now you can sample his peanuts on Sundays as well.
There is a ton of music happening in our area over the next week. Take some pictures!
At Seng’s stand, you’ll find a plethora of plants and produce
Dance Party with DJ Treasure Fingers, hosted by EQ and Shortfuze
There typically isn’t a lot happening Wednesday nights, so next Wednesday, May 20th, you need to get to FIX on Dickson
With so many offerings, it’s no wonder that Peggy farms a full five acres of land on her farm, Giraffe Gardens, in Springdale.
William moved to Arkansas to retire, but it didn’t last. After two months, he retired from retirement to grow plants and sell them at the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market.
Jack MacKenzie had an interest in gardening for quite some time, but after attending a gardening program taught by Janet in 2002, he got serious.
Janet can be found next to her large white van at any of the four weekly markets.
If you haven’t caught on to the awesomeness that is the Fayetteville Farmer’s Market, there’s hope for you yet.
You’ve got to love the brave Fayettevillians who throw down to expose local creativity.
Lucky 13 Dance Party at Scarpino’s with Beat Bachs, Luminfire and Tanner Beam