Heading out to check out some live music is pretty much the last thing on anyone’s mind right now. Still, here are the things that were scheduled to happen this weekend. Call before you go out.
The ice has turned to snow in Fayetteville and the photos coming in on the Flyer Wire are starting to look more fun than scary.
The snow is coming down in Fayetteville, which means a few hours from now the hills should be ripe for some serious sledding action.
There are no public meetings scheduled for Friday, Jan. 29, 2010. Also, there are no meetings scheduled for the weekend of Jan. 30-31.
The City of Fayetteville is organizing some shelters in preparation for the winter storm headed our way, and are currently seeking volunteers to work the shelters over the next few days.
Due to the winter weather forecast, it’d be wise to consider the fact that all of tonight’s to-do items could change at any moment.
Public meetings for Thursday, January 28, 2010.
The Flyer Wire will show the most recent tweets and Flickr photos related to the possible upcoming ice storm.
The big show is at George’s tonight, where 6 local bands will try to fight, scrap, and shred their way to the stage of this year’s Wakarusa festival during the second annual Waka Winter Classic.
Public meetings for Wednesday, January 27, 2010.
There are already some Super Bowl and Valentines Day deals and special menus popping up on Local540. Check ‘em out, yo.
NWA Online’s Dan Craft is reporting that the police have arrested a suspect in the fatal hit-and-run that occurred last month in Fayetteville.
The National Weather Service out of Tulsa has issued a Winter Weather Watch for Fayetteville beginning on Thursday.
Better get some entertainment in while you can.
Public meetings for Tuesday, January 26, 2010.
After months of discussions with students, teachers, architects and the public, the school board is expected to decide on a direction to take for the FHS renovation project this week.
The show at the Star Theatre inside the Walton Arts Center on Tuesday won’t likely be their biggest of the year. It may, however, be one of the most interesting live music events that come through Fayetteville in 2010.
There’s live music scheduled at both JJ’s Grill and Pesto Cafe. Over at Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall, there’s a clarinet recital at 7:30 p.m.