Here’s a look at what’s going on in Northwest Arkansas sponsored by Dry Canada Ginger ale.
There is live music on Thursday January 6th. Six Twelve Coffee House and Bar has musician Jeremiah Griffin in the house! You may remember Jeremiah from our show. Now is your chance to see it live from 8:00 p.m. Six twelve has everything you need to start your weekend a little earlier – Great music and something to sip on while you listen.
There is a fundraiser on Thursday January 6 at Hail Fellow Well Met in Johnson. Fundraising supports the non-profit association 2e Lait whose mission is to help save the lives of malnourished infants and orphans in Africa and around the world by delivering formula, food, blankets and bottles. During the event, you will hear guest speaker Danyelle Musselman. Food, coffee and drinks will be available for purchase. And all the profits support 2e Lait.
Each year during the holiday season, Fayetteville National Cemetery, in collaboration with Wreaths Across America, places wreaths on the headstones of veterans who have died for our country. As this year’s exhibition wraps up, the organization is asking for help. They’ve scheduled a wreath pickup for Saturday, Jan. 8 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Here is a link to volunteer.
Here’s an event you’ll want to plan for. The next Chef’s Table at Natural State Rock and Republic in Springdale will take place on January 18. The event features Chef Darwin Beyer – the executive chef and founder of Meiji Japanese cuisine in Fayetteville. The 18th event kicks off at 5.30pm and offers a 3-course dining experience with wine pairings and live classical music.
Speaking of Springdale, here’s something else to look forward to. Downtown Springdale just announced their popular Live at Turnbow musical series will return to downtown in 2022. The event features local musicians and bands – from jazz to mariachi, bluegrass and funk. It will take place again on the last Thursdays of each month starting in April.
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