January 7, 2022

Music & Education

Production Education And Training Workshop To Be At Georges Majestic Lounge

NWA Daily

There’s a new opportunity for production lovers in Northwest Arkansas starting Tuesday, Jan. 11. 

  • Learning show biz: Founded by a former Razorback Football player, The Music Education Initiative is presenting their first Production Education and Technical Training Workshop. It will be at George’s Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville on Jan. 11, and other workshops will take place in Bentonville, Springdale, and Rogers at later dates. 
  • Get educated: The workshops are for those interested in careers in the live production workforce and want to participate in a technical training program. They are geared toward anyone who is a High School junior and older. Participants will be trained by professionals who are looking for workforce personnel. 

Register and find more information HERE.


Walmart To Expand InHome Delivery


Delivery service right to the refrigerator is expanding in the US this year as its successes have taken hold. 

  • Far and wide: Walmart’s InHome delivery has been available to 6m household in the US since its launch in 2019. And by the end of this year, the retailer plans to make it accessible to 30m homes. To do this, Walmart will be building a fleet of all-electric vans and hiring over 3k delivery drivers.
  • How it works: The InHome delivery service app allows the delivery person to use a one-time access code to enter a customer’s home. Customers have access to a body cam video of the entire process as well. 

For details, click HERE


Staying Healthy Together In NWA

Kindel Media

With the coronavirus flaring up again, Northwest Arkansas continues to provide the population with opportunities to stay healthy and stay safe. 

  • Staying safe: The Covid-19 case counts are at record highs and some schools are requiring face masks again. The Northwest Arkansas Council has put together a calendar of vaccine clinics around the region, and a simple search on this finder shows most convenient locations for boosters. 
  • Low contact: Local business, Rejoicy allows people to shop for local goods online and pick them up at a designated location. Easybins is another local business that will deliver your groceries from multiple stores overnight. Farmers Markets have shifted to accommodate safety measures, some providing entirely online platforms

Stay up to date on Covid in NWA HERE.


Inclusive Accelerator Picks First Cohorts

Entrepreneurship for All

A nonprofit for entrepreneurship has selected two cohorts in Northwest Arkansas for its first business accelerator program. 

  • Who’s doing it: Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll) is a nonprofit based in Massachusetts that is now supporting 17 NWA startups. The program is set up so the startups can take their businesses to the next level. Out of the 17 startups, 9 are English speaking and 8 are Spanish speaking. 
  • What it is: As the first inclusive accelerator program in Arkansas, EforAll is complete with mentorships, a co-working space, and opportunities for the businesses to win funding. Applications are open for the summer 2022 program, which begins in July. 

Learn more HERE.

Food & Drink

Winter Mixology Class Tonight Still Open

NWA Daily

Seats are still open, though limited, for a fun night out with friends in a Winter Mixology class tonight at 6p. 

  • Always learning: It could be perfect practice for impressing people at your next house party. Brick & Mortar, an event space in the heart of Historic Downtown Rogers, is hosting a mixology series, and tonight’s is called Winter Mixology. 
  • Home bartenders: In the class you will learn how to make 3 unique winter drinks, perfect for these cold months ahead. Admission is $50 a person and includes instruction from a professional chef, drinks and snacks.

Sign up HERE

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