Just A Bunch of Hocus Pocus
Trick or Treating Events Tonight, Throwback Thursday at the Amazeum, Day of the Dead celebrations, and more!
Upfront pricing, trustworthy service, and a focus on safety: the award-winning Adventure Subaru in Fayetteville is Northwest Arkansas’s premier Subaru retailer. Find out how you can start your next adventure in a Subaru by visiting their eco-friendly certified facility or online HERE.
Trick or Treat Events Happening Tonight in Northwest Arkansas
Making last-minute plans for trick or treating? Here are a handful of events happening around Northwest Arkansas tonight…
Goblin Candy Crawl in Downtown Rogers at 3:30-5:30p.
Truck-or-Treat at the City Pump in Rogers at 6p
Trunk or Treat Fall Festivities at the Jones Center in Springdale from 5-8p.
Trick or Treat on the Trail in Fayetteville’s Lower Ramble from 5-7p.
Trunk or Treat on the Farm with Macaroni KID at Farmland Adventures in Springdale from 5-8p.
Costumes and Cops at the Pea Ridge Poice Dept. at 6p.
Downtown Trick or Treat in Siloam Springs at 4p.
Downtown Tricks & Treats in Eureka Springs at 4p.
Be Kind and Rewind to the 90s with The Amazeum
Inspired by iconic 90s nostalgia, this Amazeum Adult Night is all about exploring STEAM experiences with a throwback spin. Throw it back this Thursday, Nov 2, from 6-8p.
Play & Learn: Enjoy hands-on STEAM activities like slap bracelets, Makey Makey 90s video games, a pinball arcade by PinPoint, tech-take-a-part, and more. Embrace the theme and wear your favorite 90s outfit and accessories!
Mom & Dad’s Turn: Tickets are for adults 21+ and include two drink tickets for refreshments provided by Bentonville Brewing and Guess Who?. Lite bites will be provided by The Cockpit Cafe, and more food will be available for purchase from the Food Therapy food truck.
Tickets are on sale now! Grab yours before they’re gone HERE.
Sponsored by AM Group
Break Through the Noise with AM Group Marketing Solutions
Making an impact in a world full of noise requires the right mix of innovation and authenticity. AM Group is here to help your brand forge a lasting presence in Northwest Arkansas and beyond.
Background: Founded by a team of NWA locals who are passionate about delivering measurable results and a lasting impact, AM Group partners with brands to cultivate positive brand identity and craft innovative marketing and communications strategies.
What to Expect: With AM Group, you don't have to settle for buzz. They’re committed to creating lasting impressions that make your brand hard to forget. From real estate and hospitality to nonprofits, lifestyle brands, and more, AM Group has helped businesses and organizations build successful media relationships, reach millions of readers, and achieve meaningful community engagement.
Join the AM Group Community, and let's make an impact together.
Arkansas Arts Academy Hosting Day of the Dead Celebration in Downtown Rogers
Arkansas Arts Academy, in collaboration with the City of Rogers, will host an El Dia de los Muertos community event in Downtown Rogers this Thursday, Nov 2, from 5-8:30p.
Artful Experience: The festivities will begin at the high school campus, including student performances, art displays, a tamale fundraiser, and art-making stations with El Dia de los Muertos themes.
Join the Parade: A procession will begin at 6:30p, from the high school campus to Downtown Rogers. Dancers, marionettes, a choir, and a percussion band will lead the audience to an ofrenda honoring passed loved ones at the Rogers Historical Museum, then continue to the Frisco Plaza for performances at the Turntable Stage from 7-8:30p.
The event is free and open to the public. Learn more HERE.
University of Arkansas Pioneers Two-Week Biomanufacturing Workforce Development Program
The University of Arkansas has received a $493,521 grant supporting the development of a biomanufacturing workforce development program, which could train the region’s unskilled workers for biomanufacturing jobs paying $50k-$60k annually in as little as two weeks.
Ready Workforce: Leaders are hopeful that the $1m program and resulting workforce will attract a large-scale employer from the industry to the region. As of May 2022, the state had only 410 biological technicians earning an average of $48,150 annually — with only 40 in Northwest Arkansas.
Fast Track: The grant will allow the University to develop a curriculum, scholarship the first 60 students of the program, and establish three development centers. The first of such centers will be at Collaborative in Bentonville, featuring virtual reality equipment allowing students to train as if they’re in a $15m lab.
Read more in Talk Business & Politics HERE.
Cool Jobs In NWA
NWA Daily Picks
In other news…
🎃 Don’t Trash It, Smash It: Put a smashing end to your jack-o-lanterns and keep pumpkins out of the landfill by joining Ozark Compost for the Second Annual Pumpkin Smash at Bentonville Brewing this Friday, Nov 3, from 6-8p.*
🎓 College Academic Coaching: Protect your college investment with Lawson Coaching. Renowned educator and life coach Dr. Jennifer Lawson teaches essential study skills that pay forward into future semesters as well as life after college.*
🏆 Best of the Best: Nominations are now open for Best of NWA, hosted by the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Go vote for your favorite local businesses, eating establishments, schools, shops, events, and more!
🦅 Can You Take Me Higher? Tickets go on sale Friday for Creed’s Summer of ‘99 Tour, coming to the Walmart AMP on Sep 10, 2024, with Daughtery and Finger Eleven.
*Content is sponsored
How was today's newsletter?
Your feedback helps us improve!