As Autumn saunters into Northwest Arkansas, things are heating up around Fayetteville.
So get out and shake it at as many of these upcoming events as you can. The humidity is gone (waning), the musicians (and music lovers) are gathering, there is art abound… and I can almost hear those motorcycles around the bend.
The Amp finishes up it’s season with a FREE concert featuring Eddie Money. Also Jason Alean with Ash Bowers, and Bruce Hornsby with Ricky Skaggs. Ani DiFranco will now play at George’s Majestic Lounge. amptickets.com
The W.A.C. is scheduling terrific entertainment for the fall/winter season, including the mouth-watering Savor the Flavor where you can indulge in the best restaurants in the area, all in one spot and one night. For tickets visit waltonartscenter.org. TheaterSquared returns with a great series of grown-up theater. Look at this series at theatresquared.org.
The Razorbacks pulled off their 1st win in their opening game against Western Illinois. Track them through their season at razorbackcentral.com.
The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is hosting many wonderful summer events that will carry on through October 31st, so get there before you’ve missed the beauty. This weekend is the Wedding in the Garden Bridal Show, and at the end of the month the 2nd annual Fall Plant Sale, with all sorts of butterflies in-between. bgozarks.org
Fayetteville Community Schools features a range of adult education classes from ballroom dancing, to welding and electricity basics, painting, foreign language, or floral arranging. Even your dog can learn something with beginning and intermediate obedience classes. Also, there are free classes for GED preparation, English as a Second Language and Citizenship Classes. Sign up at www.fayar.net/adulted.
The Mulberry Mountain Harvest Music Festival will rock and roll the hills of the Ozarks starting Thursday September 11th, straight through Saturday night. Get your camping and festival tickets at www.mulberrymountainmusic.com.
The Northwest Arkansas Mountain Bike Championship will be the first gathering of the bikes this fall at Devil’s Den on September 13th and 14th. This is a free event for spectators and competitors. Check out the calender for events in the surrounding area, or to sign up to ride at ambcs.com.
So get out and enjoy yourself… you deserve it!
By: Amber Kruth