Healing Foods

July 19, 2022


Momentary Announces More Live Music Shows

The Momentary

The Momentary has more music in store for you this summer and fall, ranging from free concerts to multi-day events. 

See the live music show lineup HERE

Small Business

Rogers Cycle Factory Names New Bike After Back 40

ALLIED Cycle Works

Designed, built, and tested in Northwest Arkansas, a new mountain bike is called the BC40, named after the back 40 trail system. 

  • Two in one: ALLIED Cycle Works HQ & Factory, based in Rogers, made the BC40 possible over the past two years and produced a new mountain bike that breaks barriers and boundaries with its versatile capabilities. The BC40 mixes a cross-country racing machine with an all-day trail sled. 
  • Precise design: The BC40 has a 1,950g frame weight and features 120mm of front and rear. Thoughtfully engineered, bringing a unique mixture of passion and performance, the crafty design “delivers precise speed, handling, and tracking for the needs of the modern trail shredder and racer alike.” 

Read the full Arkansas Outside Article HERE

Sponsored by Mount Sequoyah

Music On The Mountain Festival This Week

Mount Sequoyah

Returning for its second year, the Chamber Music on the Mountain Festival is the only one of its kind in the region. Starting July 20-30, there will be a number of unique performances across NWA.

  • Music that moves us: Classical musicians will gather for two weeks of events and concerts in collaboration with Ozark Ballet Theater and the NWA Jazz Society. There will be eight public performances, including the US premiere of a Ukrainian composition featuring Ukrainian ballet dancers at Arkansas Arts Academy. 
  • One of its kind: This Friday evening, July 22, there will be a concert in the Dining Hall at Mount Sequoyah, which will include food and drink. For $20, guests can experience a delicious assortment of appetizers and a one-of-a-kind show. 

Check out the full festival series starting this week HERE


Bentonville Medical Facility Receives Distinction Award

NWA Daily

The Northwest Arkansas Health Medical Center’s Bentonville Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center recently received Restorix Health’s 2021 Clinical Distinction Award. 

  • Care excellence: The recipients of the biannual award meet or exceed national quality benchmarks that include wound healing rates and safety goals. The Restorix award reaffirms the quality of care at the Bentonville wound care center and stands as a testament to the staff’s hard work and dedication through a pandemic.
  • Healing right: The Bentonville Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center approaches wound care aggressively and comprehensively, “coordinating traditional and advanced therapies and techniques proven to reduce healing time and improve healing rates.” It is located at 2900 Medical Center Parkway in Bentonville and is open 8-5p Monday-Friday. 

Read more HERE


Local Produce Offers Better Health For Patients

Emily McArthur

Community Clinic in Northwest Arkansas is partnering with the NWA Food Conservatory to bring fresh, locally-sourced fruits and vegetables to patients. 

  • At the doctor's: The partnership was formed to encourage and help patients develop healthier habits and treat chronic diseases like diabetes and obesity. The clinic and conservatory are doing this through a weekly distribution of low-cost produce right at the doctor's office. 
  • Healthier generation: The Community Clinic is available to everyone who needs it and prides itself on working with marginalized communities and families. By providing local healthy food options to its patients, the clinic is not only fostering healthier patients but potentially building a new generation of nutrition security as well. 

Read the Walton Family Foundation story HERE

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