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May 7, 2022

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Restaurant News

Well Met Cafe's Pet Nat Patio Launches Today

Hail Fellow Well Met

Despite the week of storms and lots of rain, patio season is here! Hail Fellow Well Met in Springdale is marking the season with an official launch party of its Pet Nat Patio today. 

  • Something new: The launch today will mark the start of the cafe’s exclusive Patio menu, “ a one-of-a-kind wine tasting and live music.” The Pet Nat Patio Hours will be Wednesday-Saturday 5p-close. 
  • Food & drink: The Pet Nat Patio Friday menu features five food options that sound delightful and a “Well Met Pic-Nic,” which is half a dozen tamales and a six-pack of beer in a picnic-ready cooler. For drinks, there is an assortment of wine, beer, cocktails, and frozen drinks. You’ll have to go give them a try. 

See the full menu HERE


Weekend Roundup

NWA Daily

Another eventful weekend ahead! Here are some happenings we think are worth looking into:

  • Biking: The Square 2 Square Bike Ride is finally here on Saturday!
  • Fresh: The Rogers Local Food Market opens for the 2022 season tomorrow! Go stock up on some fresh produce and other goods. 
  • Charity: There will be a Make-A-Wish “Walk for Wishes” fundraising event at Arvest Ballpark this weekend.
  • Growth: The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History is debuting its new seed library on Saturday from 9-11a. 
  • Stepping: Get your Latin dance on at Java Dudes Coffee Co this weekend. 
  • On the stage: Go see a girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution this weekend at The Victory Theater. 
  • Dress up: Bentonville GeekCon is back for 2022 at the Bentonville Public Library this Saturday.
  • Muddy: Time to get your hands dirty, because the Arkansas Pottery Festival is today starting at 10a!
  • Booths: The Little Craft Show will be at the Pavilion on Shiloh Square tomorrow.
  • For the moms: There’s a Mother’s Day pickleball tournament at PB&JJ’s on Sunday.
  • Music: Artosphere is happening all over NWA, but that’s only a snippet of the live music shows this weekend. Find who you want to go see, here.

Be safe, and we'll see you Monday!


Pet-a-palooza First Friday Today In Bentonville

Downtown Bentonville Inc.

Bentonville’s First Friday is back today and the theme is Pet-a-palooza. So bring your dogs, cats, birds, and pets of all types to be celebrated as a part of Bentonville’s monthly festival.

  • Party pups: The community event is free and welcomes all community members and visitors. For the pets, there will be a bring-your-own-pet Beer Garden, a pet playground, pet portraits, a dog obstacle course and lure track, and so much more! 
  • Animals on the square: The festivities will go from 11-9p on the Bentonville Square, and live music will be on the main stage starting at 5p. There will be the usual food trucks and local vendors as well as a couple of mini petting zoos, pony rides, and more. If nothing else, go watch people participate in goat yoga!

Learn more HERE


NWA Council Encourages Residents To Vote

NWA Daily

As residents of Northwest Arkansas, we are a part of what it is and what it becomes, and we can actively shape that now by making our voices heard in the May primaries.

  • Making a community: The Northwest Arkansas Council said it best: “Participating in the democratic process is perhaps the most important thing we can do to make the region, state, and country more inclusive and equitable.” The council has also provided a guide that will walk you through the process of voting and how to stay informed. 
  • Set up: Early voting for the primary elections starts Monday, May 9. Before then, you can go here to make sure your voter registration is in good standing considering the recent census changes.

Learn more HERE

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