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HootOwl Estate Planning (white outlined logo)

Who said Estate Planning had to be intimidating? HootOwl brings joy to the process of securing your legacy and protecting your nest. Learn more during a free lunch seminar, with options this week and next in Bella Vista, Bentonville, Springdale, and Fayetteville. Register HERE.


Wild Brush Revival Prepares For Grand Opening Celebration

Wild Brush Revival, a new wine bar and art studio concept in Fayetteville, will host the grand opening of its newly renovated space at 106 N. Block Ave. this Friday, Mar 1, at 5p.

  • Art Of Wine: Looking for a unique and exciting way to bond with your friends and tap into your creative side? Wild Brush offers painting workshops for parties and group events, serving a menu of art-inspired wines and other refreshments.

  • Join The Party: Gather your friends for the celebration, and be the first to check out the studio this Friday. There will be frosé samples, sweet treats, charcuterie, and wine and beer available by the glass.

Enter their giveaway for a private party for 10 HERE.


The Amazeum Invites Educators To Reimagine Learning With Author Gregg Behr

The Scott Family Amazeum will host Learning Convening, an event geared toward reimagining child learning, at Thaden School in Bentonville next Tuesday, Mar 5, from 6-8p.

  • Interest: The event will feature keynote speaker Gregg Behr, founder of Remake Learning, Executive Director of The Grable Foundation, and co-author of When You Wonder, You’re Learning: Mister Rogers’ Enduring Lessons For Raising Creative, Curious, Caring Kids.

  • I Wonder: Teachers, thought leaders, and anyone dedicated to learning and development are invited to enjoy dinner and envision the collective impact of a community with an abundance of wonder-filled learning spaces.

Registration is $15, and tomorrow is the deadline. Register HERE.

Maggie Rogers Is Coming To… Rogers! Don’t Miss Her At The Walmart AMP On Jun 3

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Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers is bringing The Don’t Forget Me Tour with special guest The Japanese House to the Walmart AMP on Monday, Jun 3.

  • Light On: Originating from Maryland, Maggie Rogers burst onto the music scene with her 2017 EP Now That The Light Is Fading, followed by her critically acclaimed debut album Heard It In A Past Life in 2019, earning her a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.

  • Don’t Forget Me: The tour is named for Rogers’ new album, Don’t Forget Me, which will be released on April 12 via Capitol Records. Rogers recently released the title track – an intimate reflection on the legacy we create through our relationships.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10a! Bookmark the link HERE.


Marshallese Eduction Initiative Leads Community Events For Nuclear Legacy Week

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The Marshallese Education Initiative, a Springdale-based nonprofit, is hosting a series of events this week in honor of Nuclear Legacy Week, an annual remembrance of the lasting biological, ecological, and cultural effects of nuclear weapons and testing.

  • The Cost: Tomorrow marks the 70th anniversary of the Castle Bravo detonation, the first and most powerful of a series of nuclear tests by the U.S. at Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands. The tests left several islands uninhabitable, causing widespread health problems. In 1986, the U.S. signed a compact allowing Marshallese citizens to live, work, and study in the U.S. without a visa.

  • Remember: All events are free and open to the public, including multiple film screenings & discussions, art exhibits, panels, receptions, and a Nuclear Victims Remembrance Day commemoration at the Jones Center on Friday, Mar 1, from 6-8p.

Find the full conference schedule and register HERE.


University of Arkansas Plans Major Renovations To Recreation Building

The University of Arkansas’s HPER Building (Health, Physical Education, and Recreation) will undergo extensive renovations starting this summer, adding 13,000 sq. ft. of fitness center space.

  • Student Led: U of A students helped lead the discussion of needing an updated campus recreation hub to accommodate the increasing student population and served on the renovation planning committee to provide input and feedback throughout the process.

  • Fresh Take: Updates to the space include indoor turf functional training areas, new fitness equipment, improved multi-purpose spaces, and modernized locker rooms. The $24m project is expected to take 15 months to complete.

Find more details and pictures of the proposed renovation HERE.

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In other news…

  • 🍽️ Chase That Flavor: Only three days left of Fayetteville Restaurant Week! Tag your photos eating out with #FRW24 for a chance to win $500 to spend at your favorite Fayetteville restaurant. Find details HERE.*

  • 🍪 Thin Mints: New Province Brewing Co. in Rogers will host its 8th annual Girl Scout Cookie and Beer Pairing this Saturday, Mar 2, 12-10p.

  • 👩‍🌾 The Farmers Are Coming: Here’s a look at opening dates for Farmers Markets across Northwest Arkansas.

  • 🎯 On Target: From deer to velociraptors, come take a shot at 3D targets at The Quiver this Friday, Mar 1, at 2p.

  • 🚗 Caffeine Drive: Hang out with other car and automotive enthusiasts during the monthly NWA Cars & Coffee event in Rogers this Sunday, Mar 3, from 8-11a.

  • 🍳 Mountain Munchies: Kick off your Sunday morning with a delicious Brunch on the Mountain, including brunch buffet and French toast stations at Mount Sequoyah on Mar 3 from 10a-2p.

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