Several downtown merchants are planning a pub crawl from 5-10 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29 on Dickson Street.
Some of the most talented local illustrators, screen printers, and other artists will have their work on display in Fayetteville next weekend.
This year’s event begins with a block party on the square from 6-8 p.m. Thursday with festivities also planned inside the Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History.
The happy-hour event will take place from 5-7 p.m. inside the dining hall of the center, located at 150 N. Skyline Dr.
Symphony of Northwest Arkansas will return for the first show in their 2022-23 season for a new show called “Imagine Big” on Saturday, Oct. 29 at Walton Arts Center.
Audiences will see “daring feats with the spinning blades of an industrial fan, a re-creation of a famous Houdini stunt, and a motorcycle materialize out of thin air on stage,” and more.
Frost Fest, the annual winter time outdoor beer festival organized by the folks at Fossil Cove Brewery is set for Saturday, Feb. 4.
The Center for Arkansas Farms and Food will host a fundraiser featuring cocktails and hors d’oeuvres made with local ingredients next week.
A longtime local music festival will soon go quiet, and late August in Fayetteville may never quite be the same.
A host of talented women will perform at a benefit concert on Saturday to raise funds to help support two local ladies in their fight against breast cancer.
A new show by Tony nominee and MacArthur ‘Genius’ grant winner Dominique Morisseau is now playing at TheatreSquared.
A Fayetteville-based painter will unveil a series of small original paintings, prints, and notecards at a new art show this weekend.
The 5th annual Miracle Travel Works Poker ride is coming up this weekend.
A former Fayetteville resident and graduate of the Fayetteville’s ALLPS school competed on national television this week.
The touring version of the Broadway show Legally Blonde: The Musical opens Friday, Oct. 14 at Walton Arts Center