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Looks like we’re headed into another below-freezing weekend, folks. But after last weekend’s single digits, highs in the 20s sound delightful.
🫖 Par-Tea Time: Take your best friend out for a fun night during Crock-a-Doodle’s Adult Paint Night this Friday, Jan 19, from 8-9:30p.
🎻 Hardly Knew It: The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas’s 2023-24 Season continues at Walton Arts Center with a performance titled The Great Unknown on Saturday, Jan 20, at 7:30p.
🥶 This Little Piggy Froze: The Frozen Toes 5K & 15K, Fayetteville’s annual cold-weather trail run, returns to Kessler Mountain Regional Park next Saturday, Jan 20, at 9a.
🪕 Rock Me. Mama: Iconic folk group Old Crow Medicine Show will perform at the Auditorium in Eureka Springs next Saturday, Jan 20, at 7:30p.
🌱 I’m Your Huckleberry: Learn the how-comes and how-to’s of landscaping with native plants as Wild Ones hosts Native Plant Gardening 101 at the Fayetteville Public Library this Saturday, Jan 20, from 10a-12p.
💎 A Real Gem: The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is hosting a Kids Crystal Class this Sunday, Jan 21, at 2p, discussing how different types of crystals form and where you can find them in Arkansas. Kids can take home a crystal growing kit to create their own geode!
👰 Say I Do: Meet Northwest Arkansas's top wedding and event vendors during the 6th Annual Wedding Fair on Sunday, Jan 21, from 12-4p.
🏀 Alley-Oop: Following a gripping one-point win over A&M, the Razorbacks Men’s Basketball team takes on South Carolina inside Bud Walton Arena this Saturday, Jan 20, 12p.
Here’s wishing you all a chill weekend!
Mercy Joins Lifepoint To Operate Rehabilitation Hospital In Rogers
Yesterday, Mercy and Lifepoint Rehabilitation announced a joint venture to operate Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Northwest Arkansas in Rogers — formerly the Rogers Rehabilitation Hospital.
Moving Out: Before this transformation, Mercy and Lifepoint Rehabilitation managed rehabilitation services at Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas in Rogers, with Lifepoint Rehabilitation handling day-to-day operations and services on the hospital's seventh floor.
Centralized Services: The 4.9-acre inpatient rehabilitation facility at 4313 S. Pleasant Crossing Blvd. features 36 private rooms and a 39,000-square-foot hospital providing intensive nursing, physical, occupational, and speech pathology services for adults recovering from conditions such as stroke, neurological disease, brain or spinal cord injury, and other debilitating illnesses or injuries.
Read more about the new rehabilitation hospital HERE.
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TheatreSquared Kicks Off 2024 With What the Constitution Means To Me
Tony Award nominee and Pulitzer Prize finalist What the Constitution Means to Me will open in TheatreSquared’s Spring Theatre with shows running from Jan 24 to Mar 3.
Deeply Moving: During its run in New York, The New York Times hailed the show as “not just the best play to open on Broadway this season, but also the most important.” Local director Amy Herzberg described it as “the kind of piece we love at T2, inviting us to laugh — and think — deeply.”
The Story: As a teenager, Heidi Schreck earned her college tuition and a deep love of the Constitution by winning debate competitions all over the country. All grown-up, she hilariously reimagines how this living document served four generations of women in her family and what it will mean for America’s future.
Purchase tickets HERE.
Get Your Wheels Turning During The Buffalo Headwaters Challenge
The Buffalo Headwater Challenge, a three-day, "off the grid" mountain bike festival presented by Adventure Subaru, returns to Pettigrew for its 19th year on Feb 2-4.
All Inclusive: Registration includes five meals, libations, tent and RV camping, live music, and daily trail and gravel rides ranging from 27 to 45ish miles. None of them are races; it’s all about enjoying the ride.
Lost in the Woods: Experience fun surprises along the trail, like DJs in the woods and a delicious grilled cheese and soup meal stop at the iconic fire tower. Participants get free shuttles from The Buffalo Outdoor Center for the downhill runs all day.
Register to ride the Buffalo Headwaters Challenge HERE.
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In other news…
📃 Thrill of Rights: Who says history can't be hilarious and heartfelt? See What the Constitution Means to Me on stage from January 24 through March 3 at TheatreSquared.*
🚴 Ride or Die: Build community around the love of cycling with Trailblazers. Check their event page for group rides, gravel rides, and more.
⚾️ Hey Batter: Arkansas Baseball was ranked No. 1 in D1Baseball’s top-25 freshman class rankings heading into the 2024 season.
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