A new weekend series combining movement, entertainment, and activity is coming to the Jones Center for Families in Springdale.
Los Angeles-based artist, songwriter, performer, producer, and filmmaker Katie Alice Greer will perform in Fayetteville this month.
The monthly outdoor festival will have a ‘Folksday’ theme, with a celebration of traditional handicrafts, a quilt-themed art installation, and musical performances by Korey McKelvy & Band and more.
The event will include cultural and traditional dance performances, arts & craft displays, food trucks, vendors, and more celebrating cultures that make up the NWA community.
An event called Falltoberfest will make its debut in Fayetteville this fall, and more info about what to expect at the inaugural festival was released recently.
Community Creative Center will host 20 free art workshops for seniors ages 62 and older beginning this month.
A local restaurant will host a barbecue in September to raise funds to buy school lunches for those who need them.
The biggest weekend of the year for motorcycle enthusiasts in Fayetteville is coming up next month.
A romantic comedy starring Meg Ryan and David Duchovny that was filmed in Northwest Arkansas last fall will soon be released.
An event featuring live music, local brews, and highlighting new local businesses returns to Fayetteville next month.
A local pinball bar is hosting a benefit for a local organization that works to feed those in need in our community this weekend.
A new cycling event will send riders 336 miles along the state’s northern gravel roads from Fayetteville to Jonesboro.
Jones has been with TheatreSquared since 2014, and has served as an assistant stage manager, production stage manager, associate producer, and most recently as general manager.
A longtime local musician, promoter and live music advocate is set to be honored in Fayetteville this weekend.
The Black Owned Northwest Arkansas Business Expo is scheduled from 5-9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26 inside the Fayetteville Town Center.