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May 11, 2023

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Shop Local Goods At The Little Craft Show

NWA Daily

Dozens of makers and artists, local food, drinks, and music will gather in the heart of Downtown Springdale for The Little Craft Show this Saturday, May 13, from 10a-5p at Shiloh Square.

  • Making connections: The Little Craft Show provides a platform for makers to sell their work and has been connecting local artists and craftspeople with the community since 2011.
  • Indie craft fair: Explore the pop-up marketplace and shop handmade ceramics, one-of-a-kind prints, scratch-made baked goods, and custom jewelry. It's an excellent opportunity to find a unique Mother's Day gift!

Follow The Little Craft Show on Instagram for updates on future events HERE.


ULI Hosts Spring Retail Symposium For Industry Leaders

NWA Daily

The Urban Land Institute of Northwest Arkansas will host the Spring Retail Symposium 2023 on Friday, May 12, at The Shewmaker Center for Global Business Development from 8a-1p, bringing together leaders to discuss the future trends of Retail in the land-use space. 

  • Join the conversation: The Spring Retail Symposium is open to anyone interested in learning about the present and future of Retail, what that means for our region, and how best to future-proof your business for the complex changes facing the industry. 
  • Key topics: Attendees will be served a light breakfast and a lunch catered by TxAR House, gain opportunities for professional networking, hear from a list of industry leaders, and walk away with more knowledge of the land-use industry.

Find a complete agenda, learn more about the speakers, and register HERE.


Moxy Hotel Coming To Fayetteville's South Yard

Modus Studio

Moxy Hotel, Marriot's convention-breaking hotel brand, will join the South Yard development, adding a unique communal space to the emerging arts and social district in South Fayetteville alongside the recently opened Central BBQ and the soon-to-open Tacos & Tamales Co.

  • Reimagined: The mixed-use development South Yard by local developers Specialized Real Estate Group is an adaptive reuse of the 1950s buildings on the former Farmers Cooperative site at the corner of MLK Jr. Blvd and S. School Ave.
  • Non-conforming: Moxy Hotel is known for breaking the rules of conventional hotel stays, offering guests a blend of stylish, industrial design, and sociable service at an affordable price point.

Read more on the project in the Fayetteville Flyer HERE.

Sponsored by RYG Basketball

Receive Game-Changing Development At An RYG Basketball Camp

RYG Basketball

RYG Basketball is running a game-changing basketball camp for 5th-8th grade boys and girls at AAO Fayetteville from July 24-28, providing on and off-court development in basketball, leadership, and mindset skills for young athletes looking to raise their game.

  • On-court: Throughout the week, athletes will receive 18 hours of on-court development, helping them build the skills and habits necessary to get noticed by coaches, make the team, and become their best.
  • Off-court: RYG Basketball Camp includes 8 hours of classroom instruction, studying film to develop high basketball IQ, discussing leadership skills to help their teams win, and establishing the resilient mindset necessary to become a top-performing athlete.

Registration is open and spots are limited! The early bird price of $395 expires on Jun 1. Register your hooper and find a FREE preview of camp HERE.


Save Your Spot For WOZ Sunset Summit

Women of Oz

Early-bird registration for the WOZ Sunset Summit opens May 16, the primary fundraiser for Women of OZ to support their mission of breaking down barriers for women in cycling.

  • Join the ride: Women are invited to join a group of top industry leaders and some of the best coaches in the world for a weekend of rides, clinics, workshops, and discussions to build confidence and community around cycling.
  • Make friends: Tickets include access to the three-day event, including an opening reception Friday night, food and drinks on Saturday, a ticket to the Sunset Party at Ledger, and more. The event's fundraising efforts support year-round programming that empowers women to get on bikes and, more importantly, find community.

Mark your calendars for next Tuesday or go ahead and reserve your spot for $100 HERE.

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