Fayetteville Arkansas Events
The Fayetteville Farmers Market will host a special Children's Day on Saturday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with various activities for children. This event combines a great weekend with talents from all over the region with live music, food and fun for all ages and abilities.
This event gives entrepreneurs, creative inventors and innovators time to build relationships and engage in creative collisions. To make your life so much easier, NWA Networking has a calendar of upcoming networking events.
Participants hear from speakers, have the opportunity to network with hundreds of women, pay for lunch and win prizes. The meetings will take place from 11.30 to 13: 00, including a sponsored lunch with free snacks and drinks. Take a photo and share it with us if you're out and about in NWArk this month and want to have fun. Join to win a door prize and a $5 gift card to the NWA Networking Office.
Did you know that Jim White, the owner, even allows you to buy a submarine while you walk through the door? Take a family photo, send your Christmas wishes and we will welcome you warmly. A special mailbox next to the cabin is a great place to deliver the letter to Santa at any time.
This free lunch is held from 12 noon to 1 pm in different locations and is welcome to anyone interested in any topic. Come and stay at Firehouse Subs, located on the corner of East Main Street and East Fourth Street in downtown Fayetteville. Most meetings will have a question and answer session, where someone from the community volunteers to introduce a specific topic for 20 to 40 minutes.
An average of 70 people gather to enjoy breakfast and snacks and win the occasional door prize. One of Fayetteville's most popular networking opportunities is held every Friday from 6: 30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Arkansas Chamber of Commerce. This group meets weekly to discuss personnel issues, hear from speakers, and network with other local businesses and organizations.
You might want to visit Sweet Shoppe to buy sweets, bread and other delicious items, sit and eat sweet rolls with your coffee, or visit Santa Claus and buy nice Christmas gifts at Craft Shope. Children receive special gifts and families can participate free of charge. Come to Fayetteville and reserve a hot breakfast early or register at the WAC checkout to register for limited seats. Whether you want to come, visit or just go away for a weekend, we offer you all the experiences you want.
Registration is $10 for adults, $5 for children 5 to 13 years old and $3 for children under 5 years old. Children under 13 are free, children under 5 are free and children 5 to 13 pay $2.50 and children under 13 are free with a valid Arkansas driver's license or ID.
All ages are invited to watch the movie "Polar Express," to do crafts, to play games and much more. Make a Christmas Card "and" Christmas in the Park "at the Fayetteville Children's Museum on Saturday, December 5, 10 a.m. to noon.
Camp for classes K-12, including camps for children in classes 3 - 5, 6 - 7, 8 - 9, 10 - 11, 12 - 13, 14 - 15 and 16 - 18. Designed to develop an understanding of nature, with an emphasis on scientific, technical, technical and mathematical (STEM) activities.
Fayetteville is the highest rated bicycle city in the state, and guests who want to get a little dirty will enjoy the city's leisure facilities, which are located just minutes from downtown and offer a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, fishing and camping. During the day, visitors to Fayetteville enjoy the city's impressive network of paths, which includes a wide range of trails, bike paths, trails and bike parks.
Dickson Street is located between the historic town square and the University of Arkansas and has a courtyard - a dining food truck court that looks out over the city and its visitors. The WAC T2 sets the stage and continues to showcase incredible acts that bring the best of local, regional and national entertainment to visitors in Fayetteville and beyond.
This high-energy after-hours networking event allows the members of the Chamber to network with each other in a relaxed, informal setting. Unlike other networking evening events, the entrance is free, there are no boring speakers and no one tries to sell you anything. Market Day is a feast for the eyes, ears and palate as artists, tourists and residents of Northwest Arkansas visit over 60 vendors in the beautiful square garden.