Welcome to the Neighborhood

September 10, 2021

Sponsored by Shared Beginnings

Fun and Humble

Shared Beginnings

Show up to The Barn at the Springs on Sept. 17 for a good time and a good cause! 

  • Get together: Shared Beginnings is putting on a party on Sept. 17 from 6-10p to raise money for mothers and expectant mothers considering adoption. There will be carnival style games, inflatables and an array of NWA’s finest food vendors. 
  • Support: Your ticket includes a Shared Beginnings signature cocktail, and you can purchase an add-on for 3 drinks if you so please. The proceeds of the evening will go toward therapy and support for those who need it. 

For more information and tickets, click HERE


The Business of the Outdoors

NWA Daily

There’s a new program being developed at the University of Arkansas, and you outdoor folks are going to love it. 

  • Outdoor culture : The program is in outdoor recreation entrepreneurship and is designed to train and support people in the region who want to professionally pursue hospitality in outdoor recreation. An emphasis will be on the business side of the industry, the service part as well as the product design. 
  • Avenues: The $4.1m gift from the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation will allow for the creation of a Master of Science in Product Innovation program, a certificate program and a Greenhouse Business Incubator program. 

Learn more HERE


All Included

NWA Daily

With days of events inspired by Welcoming America, Northwest Arkansas is participating in Welcoming Week, and it starts today! 

  • A week of engagement: To kick off the week there will be a livestream event today from 5-6p, and throughout the week there will be over 50 events and opportunities for you to be involved in and help provide a welcoming atmosphere for our community. 
  • The water's fine: Welcoming Week is a time for organizations and communities to come together with intention to include and build stronger connections with neighbors. EngageNWA has declared that #BelongingBeginsWithUs, and invites you to help make NWA a more welcoming place to be. 

To learn more and see the calendar of events, click HERE


Taco Ride

NWA Daily

This Saturday you can ride down the Razorback Greenway and make pit stops for tacos with the Tour de Tacos event. 

  • For young mothers: This will be the 2nd annual Tour de Tacos put on by the Compassion House. All funding will go toward providing pregnant and parenting teens a place to live along with an empowering support system. The Compassion House works to equip young mothers to be the best parents they can be. 
  • Taco tour: There is a 7 mile, 30 mile and 62 mile ride along the Greenway. The routes begin and end at Lewis and Clark in Rogers. Strava has a map of the tour. Day of event registration is $75. 

For more details, click HERE

Food & Drink

Well Met Friends

NWA Daily

Alright friends, Onyx has a new location in town, and it’s quite lovely. 

  • Quite posh: It’s called Hail Fellow Well Met and is as fancy as it sounds with a cafe, market and patio. The cafe has been softly opening for a little over a week now and plans to continue to ride that wave until late fall.
  • Shifting: Right now the cafe is open Tues-Sat 1a-6p and Sun 7a-2p. Menus will rotate as it gets settled, but coffee and pastries are consistently available. Go enjoy the space in Johnson (another great addition to the Johnson Square). It might just become your new spot. 

More on the website HERE

Subscribe to receive our daily newsletter

Know all the happenings in NWA with a 5-minute read of our free email newsletter every weekday.