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April 26, 2022

Food & Drink

Crawfish Boils This Weekend

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It’s crawfish boil season, and there are a couple happening in NWA this weekend! 

Click on the respective crawfish boils for more information.

Performing Arts

One-Woman Bilingual Cinderella Story To Show Tomorrow

NWA Daily

A bilingual show is coming to the Walton Arts Center tomorrow for one day only and is advertised as perfect for families and young audiences. 

  • For all ages: The performance is a one-woman show and is called Cenicienta: A Modern Spin on the Beloved Fairytale. It’s a bilingual Cinderella Story and will be showing at 7p tomorrow, April 26. 
  • Story in a story: The show uses Spanish and English and tackles important lessons about culture, family, and the power of language. It also utilizes puppetry for an inventive blend of physical storytelling with props and sets to “convey the narrative along with a variety of puppetry techniques.” Tickets are $10 for kids and $15 for adults. 

Click HERE for tickets. 

Events

Upcoming Pup Events In Fayetteville

NWA Daily

Who’s looking for some fun events to take their pups to? Fayetteville has a couple coming up we’re sure your furry friends will love.

  • Crawl: On Saturday, April 30, Fayetteville Animal Services is putting on the annual Dickson Street Pup Crawl after a two-year hiatus. Participating bars include 21st Amendment, Bugsy’s, Buster’s, C-4, Cork & Keg, Grub’s, Infusion, Kingfish, Marley’s Pizza, Rogers Rec, Tony’s NYC Pizza, and Wake & Bake.
  • Sit: For the Hog fans out there, Bark in the Park is returning to Baum-Walker stadium on Tuesday, May 3 for the Razorback - Missouri State baseball game. The event requires attendees to have a ticket to the game that day, where the Hog Pen beyond the left field fence will be transformed into the “Dog Pen.”

Learn more about the Pup Crawl HERE and Bark in the Park HERE

Politics

Primary Elections One Month Away

NWA Daily

It’s one month out from the primary elections, and today is the last day for new voters to register to participate.

For all the resources you need, click HERE.

Sponsored by Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce

2022 Rogers Cycling Festival Is This Saturday

Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce

The 2022 Rogers Cycling Festival is this Saturday, April 30, and just in time, The City of Rogers and the Walton Family Foundation are unveiling 12+ miles of new mountain biking trails at Lake Atalanta. 

  • Fresh pavement: The new trails will provide a beginner-level loop counterclockwise around the park that will complement the surrounding intermediate and advanced-level trails. Riders who plan to participate in the festival are encouraged to track their progress on the trails during the event by using the Strava app
  • Sign up: Festival tickets are just $10 for adults and free for those 10 y/o and under. The first 300 registered riders will receive a prize pack for participating, and a portion of the ticket proceeds will benefit the Arvest Million Meals program. 

For more information and to register, click HERE

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