Time To Unwind

October 1, 2022

Together With

Gather your family and friends and join us on Oct. 15th, at the Race to Hydrate. Come enjoy our annual 5k, 13k and youth race, followed by free ice cream, character appearances, face painting, and so much more! It’s sure to be a great day for the whole family!


Weekend Roundup

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It's Friday! There are a lot of fun happenings in the area this weekend.

  • Home run: Fall baseball is back! The Razorbacks Fall Classic is tonight at 6p at Baum-Walker Stadium. 
  • Singing the brews: Sip a pint and sing the blues at Brews & Blues Happy Hour featuring musician DK Harrell tonight from 5:30-7:00p at The Pryor Center in Fayetteville. 
  • Plant a tree: Get something for your garden at the Dr. Compton Native Tree & Shrub Sale this Saturday from 7a-12p at 407 NE B St. in Bentonville. 
  • Women’s biking: The Women of OZ are meeting for their October Flagship Ride on Saturday at 2p at the Mama Bear Track. Bikers of all experience levels welcome!
  • Artsy folks: The Downtown Springdale ART WALK is Saturday from 11a-6p. Pick up your ART WALK map at R McClintock Fine Woodworking Shoppe.
  • Funnel cakes: Hop on carnival rides, experience agriculture, and enjoy live entertainment at The Benton County Fair going on through Saturday night. 
  • Hillberry Festival: Head out to Eureka Springs for the Hillberry Harvest Moon Festival at the Farm for some great music! The shows last through Sunday.

Wishing you a wonderful weekend, NW Arkansas! See you next week.


RMI President David Kabua Visits Springdale

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President David Kabua of the Republic of the Marshall Islands made a stop in NW Arkansas last week, meeting with constituents during the Manit Day celebration at the Jones Center Community Park. 

  • Arkansas: During his stay, President Kabua was hosted by Arkansas Marshallese Consul General Eldon Alik, and he spoke about pressing Marshallese human rights, politics, and social justice. 
  • United Nations: Prior to his visit, President Kabua presented concerns to the 77th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York on Sept. 20th. 

Read more on KUAF’s story HERE


Cool Jobs in NWA

Looking for a job? Check out these positions posted to our community board:

  • NWA Daily is hiring for an Ad Sales role. Please email us HERE if you or someone you know is interested!
  • TheatreSquared has a position open for a Cafe Supervisor

Have a job you're looking to fill? Post it here!


Check Out NWA’s Amazing Pumpkin Patches

McGarrah Farms Rivercrest Orchard

Looking for places to pick pumpkins and enjoy other fall traditions? Check out our NWA Daily’s Pumpkin Patch Guide to get some ideas for a fun fall experience. 

  • Pickin’ time: Buying pumpkins at the store is one thing, but it’s way more fun to pick your own straight from the vine! And many local farms will let you do just that. 
  • Fall fun: A handful of places on our list also offer corn mazes, hay rides, carnival games, and more! Al the fun things you can imagine to help your family and friends have a happy fall. 

Check out the list HERE

Restaurant News

Wine And Dine At Ella's Table

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With over 100+ years of history, Carnall Hall was built as Arkansas's first all women's dorm. Located on Old Main's lawn, we had the chance to try it's updated restaurant, Ella's Table.

  • Name sake: Opening in 2018, the full service restaurant was named after Miss Ella Howison Carnall, an 1881 graduate of the U of A and professor. Now managed by Chef William Mauk, the restaurant has a modern yet southern vibe with its iconic wrap-around porch.
  • Pairings: We tried the pizzas with a wine paring, which did not disappoint. Their selection of food and drinks from Lambeth Lounge were impressive. If you're a wine-o, they have a bimonthly event called UnWined.

You can more about Carnell Hall's history and current offerings HERE.

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