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Things Are Looking Fresh At Bentonville's New CRISP & GREEN
CRISP & GREEN
We stopped by the newly opened CRISP & GREEN in Bentonville this week for a light but filling lunch. It was in fact crisp. It was in fact green. We give the healthy, fast-casual restaurant an enthusiastic two thumbs up!
Join us in welcoming CRISP & GREEN to the NWA community and stop by for lunch. Check out the menu HERE.
Sponsored by TheatreSquared
Celebrate The Performing Arts During the 2023 TheatreSquared Gala
Support education and access to live theatre while enjoying a night of exceptional food and entertainment during the 2023 TheatreSquared Gala, hosted by Presiding Co-Chairs Kathryn McLay and Danyelle Musselman at the Fayetteville Public Library on May 18 at 6p.
Reserve individual tickets or sponsor a table HERE.
True Crime Fest Coming To NWA
True Crime Fest Northwest Arkansas, presented by All the Lost Girls at the Rogers Convention Center on May 20, will highlight cold cases, share stories of the missing and unidentified, and reflect on heroes fighting to bring awareness to victims across the United States.
Find tickets for True Crime Fest NWA and more information on speakers HERE.
Multiple Biking Events This Weekend In Bentonville
Staying true to its reputation as the mountain biking capital of the world, Bentonville will host multiple cycling events this weekend, from locally organized rides to events led by national organizations.
If you want to get into the cycling world, the experts at Bike School Bentonville are hosting a free class at Bentonville Public Library on Saturday, May 13, from 11a-12p. Learn more HERE.
U of A Professors Working To Improve Language Learning In Arkansas
The Spanish Road Map project by a group of Spanish instructors from the Univerity of Arkansas is working to promote bilingualism in Arkansas, building a more multilingual citizenry and workforce through improved language training programs from elementary to college classrooms.
Listen to the interview to learn more HERE.
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