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October 14, 2022

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‘Legally Blonde The Musical’ Launches National Tour At Walton Arts Center

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Northwest Arkansas will have four opportunities to see Legally Blonde The Musical at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville from Oct 14-16 before it launches its national tour. 

  • The inaugural crowd: NWA will be the first audience for the show as it runs through the “teching” process, preparing the show for its life on the road. WAC has helped 13 Broadway-sized shows launch national and international tours since 1997.
  • The Elle Woods way: Come enjoy this hilarious and encouraging show which teaches that you can do whatever you set your mind to, even if others say you can’t. 

Book your tickets for the show HERE

Small Business

Find Organic And Natural Products At The Wellnest Shop

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The Wellnest Shop in Rogers strives to help people achieve a low-waste, non-toxic, and sustainable lifestyle by offering great products and services. 

  • Shop around: The Wellnest Shop has a great lineup of organic and natural products for those looking for sustainable items. Check out their store at 2301 W Walnut St #23 or browse their shop online.
  • Can I get a refill: Cut down on waste with high quality refillable containers and affordable refills through The Wellnest Refillery

Follow The Wellnest Shop on Instagram HERE


Arkansas Blue Cross Donates $1.98m To New Master’s Program At U of A

NWA Daily

The Walton College of Business recently announced the creation of the Robert L. Shoptaw Master of Healthcare Business Analytics Program, and Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield is playing a very supportive role, donating $1.98m to the founding of the program. 

  • Building a program: The $1.98m funding from Arkansas Blue Cross will support new faculty and staff, faculty development, recruiting and advertisement, data support and events to promote the growth of the new program.
  • Meeting a need: The program will equip skilled graduates to meet the growing need for healthcare data analysts who can transform data into insights that lead to improvements for patients.

Read the full Talk Business & Politics article HERE


Downtown Rogers Highlights Recovery Through Art For This Month’s Art On The Bricks

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Head over to Downtown Rogers tonight for the Art on the Bricks Art Walk to enjoy art galleries and pop-up exhibitions featuring local business and artists from 4:30-7:30p

  • Calling all creatives: Downtown Rogers’ monthly Art on the Bricks Art Walk brings people to the city’s historical center to showcase NWA’s artists, craftsmen, and musicians with pop-up events, gallery exhibits, and live music. 
  • The art of recovery: October’s Art On The Bricks is highlighting the power that art can play in the journey of recovery from life’s hurts, habits, and hangups, and the event welcomes Celebrate Recovery and Spectra to share their passion for healing and art. 

Find a map of the event and a list of featured artists HERE

Sponsored by Downtown Springdale Alliance 

Kick Back At Brews & Tunes In Downtown Springdale 

Downtown Springdale Alliance

Brews & Tunes, one of the great events making up Ozarktober in Downtown Springdale, will feature local musicians and local breweries at Turnbow Park on Saturday, Oct 22 beginning at 4p. 

  • On tap: Highlighting the awesome brewery scene in NWA, the event will feature some local favorites like Bike Rack Brewing Co, Social Project Brewing Co, and Downtown Springdale’s very own Black Apple Hard Cider
  • On stage: Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy your brews to the sweet sounds of local artists: Leta Joyner, Dino D and The D'Train Band, Sean Michel, and D.K. Harrell. 

Tickets are only $30, reserve yours HERE

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