Upcoming Events


Ale-Truism’s NWA Oktoberfest

The Grove Comedy Club 808 S Bloomington St, Lowell, AR, United States

Join Ale-Truism to benefit some great charitable causes in our area.  Local beer will be flowing!  Live music all day featuring The Repo’d Trailers and Fuzzy Logik! We will have the Arkansas Razorbacks football game on screen, food trucks, games, bounce houses and more. Walmart Event Chairpersons Tasha Tandy and Matt Shy, VP’s of Merchandising will be on hand to celebrate with us! Check out the event and RSVP on Facebook! Proceeds will benefit these amazing local non-profits: PerspectAbility Autism Involves Me NWA Women’s Shelter NWA Children’s Shelter NWA Food Bank Children & Family Advocacy Center EOA Children’s House Beer [...]


Planting Day 2023

True Colors Farm 13225 W. Tycoon Road, Bentonville, AR, United States

Come out and plant tulip bulbs with True Colors Farm and PerspectAbility for our 2024 tulip season! We are so thankful for the support of the NWA community who has made this enormous (and growing!) effort possible each year since 2020, in support of PerspectAbility's mission to empower neurodivergent adults in our region. So we're kicking off our fourth tulip season with a truly special celebration including food, beverages, entertainment, and of course connecting our community. Over 100,000 tulip bulbs will be planted for your enjoyment in the Spring of 2024! "Strike", the Northwest Arkansas Naturals Mascot, will be in [...]

Neurodiverse Art Exhibit/Reception

Ozark Beer Company 109 N. Arkansas Street, Rogers, AR, United States

In the upstairs gallery space above a historic former flour mill, this mixed media art experience offers a journey alongside some of Northwest Arkansas's most unique minds.  Our neurodiverse artists and creators share their works and inspirations in a gallery opening sponsored by Ozark Beer Company.  Works will be on display for approximately four weeks, with an ongoing silent auction.  All proceeds from the silent auction go directly to our neurodivergent artists, and a portion of Ozark Beer's "Drink Beer Do Good" opening night proceeds benefit PerspectAbility's mission for inclusion. Attire:  Anything goes!  From pajamas to black tie, come as you feel [...]

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