March 29, 2023


Exploring the Best Parks in Northwest Arkansas

NWA Daily

If you’re like us, this stint of the warmth has you itching to be outside as much as you can. And what better place to do that than a local park

  • Play: Our park guide is by no means a comprehensive list of parks in Northwest Arkansas, but it has some of our favorites. We’re sure you’ll find the perfect spot, whether you’re looking to host a party, go on a solitary walk, or take your kids to play. 
  • Types: In the guide, you’ll find bike parks with pump tracks, parks with vast acreage, ponds, lakes, playgrounds, trails, sports courts, and so much more. 

Check out our NWA Daily Park Guide HERE


Grand Opening of Rogers Clinic Offers Subscription Based Healthcare Option

Simplified Health

An innovative new clinic is shaking up the healthcare industry in Rogers by cutting out the insurance companies.

  • Subscription-based: Simplified Health runs on a subscription model of $59/month for adults, $29/month for kids, and allows for unlimited doctor visits without the copays and insurance bills associated with traditional medical systems.
  • Price transparency: Dr. Blake Hansen said through cutting out the insurance companies, he can be more transparent about what care will cost, likely saving patients money and giving them the opportunity to take back control of their healthcare and finances.

Check out Simplified Health HERE.


Easter Fun at Rivercrest Orchard

Rivercrest Orchard

Head over to Rivercrest Orchard this April for an Easter celebration!

  • Egg Hunt: The Egg Drop takes place at 12p and 2p on Apr 1 - 2, 6p on Apr 7, and 4p on Apr 9.
  • Activities: Purchase tickets and enjoy Rivercrest Orchard bags for hunting eggs, Easter Bunny photo opportunities, unlimited bounce pillows, bumper, cars, bubble barn, barn chute slide, train ride, and hog train, barnyard playground, candy, and prizes.

Find out more HERE.

Sponsored by the Scott Family Amazeum

Get Ready For The Amazeum's UnGala FUNdraiser, presented by Nabholz Construction

Scott Family Amazeum

Play like a kid, eat, drink, and raise money for a great cause at the Scott Family Amazeum’s UnGala, an annual FUNdraiser for ages 21+ where you can experience one-of-a-kind activities that spark creativity and curiosity, on Apr 21, from 6-10p.

  • Kidding around: Race others in a souped-up, 24-volt racer, and try pewter casting, screen printing, and other cool hands-on activities. There will be an all-you-can-eat food truck buffet and mad-scientist cocktails!
  • Play with purpose: Thanks to the UnGala, the Amazeum can continue its nonprofit mission by hosting Priceless Nights, keeping the cost of general admission low, and providing professional development opportunities for local educators.

Prepare to unleash your creativity and get your tickets HERE.


Walton Family Foundation Launches Pilot Program Connecting Nonprofits to Federal Grants

NWA Daily

The Walton Family Foundation has launched its Connection Hub; a two-year pilot program designed to help Arkansas nonprofits access federal grant funding.

  • One-stop shop: With access to education, technical assistance, grant-writing and assessment tools, the Hub will support nonprofits in areas such as early childhood health and education, food insecurity, and individual and family economic stability.
  • Capacity building: The Hub will provide capacity and resources to help nonprofits recover from the pandemic and better position themselves to secure federal funding.

Read more of the story HERE.

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