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August 18, 2021

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Need some quality, adventurous clothing? Need it at a super discounted price? Get ready for the best deals on outdoor apparel you might ever see. 

  • Here's the deal: Beardedgoat is hosting its Annual Summer Send event this Friday, Aug. 20 and Saturday, Aug. 21. Right outside the Town Center on the Fayetteville square from 1-7p on Friday and 9a-3p on Saturday there will be beer, food, music, and ultra hot deals on beardedgoat apparel.
  • Clear out party: For the rest of August, beardedgoat is offering free shipping and free returns on all online purchases.

Take a look at beardedgoat's current collection HERE.

Events

A Local Bake Sale

NWA Daily

NWACC's culinary school, the Brightwater Center, is hosting a "two-day pop-up food truck event" to raise scholarship funds for its students this weekend.

  • Bentonville bake sale: The menu for the event is being curated by two local chefs, and they're bringing a variety of bakery classics to Bentonville. Proceeds from the food trucks will go towards the Brightwater scholarship fund.
  • The place to be: The event will kick off Friday from 6-9p and will return on Saturday morning.

Learn more about the food truck bake sale HERE.

Community

Loop-de-loop

City of Fayetteville

We know how much you all love the trails around here, even when you have to detour through the Baum-Walker Stadium parking lot.

  • Detour no more: Construction is finished on the Tsa La Gi trail in Fayetteville just south of Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, and a new 5-mile loop, nicknamed the ’So Fay Loop,’ is complete.
  • More improvements: Another project on the Tsa La Gi trail was approved earlier this year to move a portion of the trail next to were the U of A is building a 12-court tennis complex. The trail will be moved away from the busyness of the main road where restaurants reside, making it more safe

Read more about the trail updates HERE.

Health

Enhancements All Around

Cleveland Clinic

Two organizations that independently work to better people's lives are taking a significant step together in addressing the specialty care needs of the region. 

Read more about the initiative HERE.

Community

Class of '21

NWA Daily

Northwest Arkansas Business Journal's annual Forty Under 40 list was released and is shedding light on young professionals making their marks in NWA.

  • People to know: From business to government to education, these are some of the faces you'll want to be familiar with in the coming years.
  • Across the board: Nominated by community members, the class of 2021 is ensuring an even brighter future for the region.

You can learn more about this Forty Under 40 Class HERE.

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