Arkansas Ozarks

The holiday season is upon us and with it, comes a chance to spend quality time with family and friends. Traditionally held the day after Thanksgiving, Black Friday marks the start of the holiday shopping spree, with sales taking place at many major retailers. However, for those on the lookout for other options to embark …
These three museums in Northwest Arkansas have gift shops that are so nice in their offerings they could stand alone. But, it would be a shame to miss the museum part, so make time to do it all and then take home a piece of the experience. Museum of Native American History Buy jewelry here. …
The Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville celebrates the grand reopening of its newly renovated facility this Saturday, Nov. 19. Events begin at 9:50 am with remarks and a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tyson Plaza at the corner of West Avenue and Dickson Street. The grand reopening celebration kicks off WAC’s 25th anniversary season. Activities include …
If you’re in town this week for the sold-out International Mountain Bicycling Association World Summit (Nov. 10-12) in Bentonville, get ready for an environment of people that are passionate not only about mountain biking, but also about the great outdoors this area has to offer, and the culture of the surrounding cities. Mountain biking is …
Mountain biking enthusiasts are known for enjoying a nice foamy brew after an exhilarating ride and Northwest Arkansas will not disappoint when it comes to craft beer offerings. Whether you’re in town this week for the sold-out International Mountain Bicycling Association World Summit (Nov. 10-12) in Bentonville or you’re coming to ride after the hundreds …
The future permanent home of TheatreSquared in Fayetteville is a 50,000-square-foot building that unites two intimate theatres, design workshops, offices, dedicated artist housing, and always-open public spaces. The finished designs were unveiled Nov. 3 during the annual Gala for Education by TheatreSquared Executive Director Martin Miller and Artistic Director Robert Ford. London-based theatre planners Charcoalblue joined the presentation …
Young creatives, take note! Submissions for the Arkansas Arts Center‘s 56th Young Arkansas Artists exhibition will open Dec. 1, which means you’ve got one month to gather your best works—or create some new ones. The juried show is open to all Arkansas students in grades K-12, including those currently being homeschooled. There are no restrictions …