Girls in multi-colored tutus and purple and orange hair ran through the streets of downtown Bentonville on Saturday morning (Nov. 22) as they participated in the tenth annual Girls on the Run 5K and 10K race.
On Friday night (Nov. 21), approximately 425 people came together at the Jewels of Giving Gala to provide help for the 100,000 people in Benton, Washington, Madison and Carroll counties who go hungry every day.
Junior League of Fort Smith's 21st annual Holiday Market wrapped up Saturday (Nov. 22) evening with a special "Girls Night Out" celebration. Hosted at the Fort Smith Convention Center, the event drew hundreds of women for a fun night of fashion, food, fun, and of course, shopping.
Young artists were the stars at Embassy Suites hotel Thursday night (Nov. 13) as 400 guests enjoyed the art they created for the sixth annual, “Starry, Starry Night ... Almost a Masterpiece” Art Challenge and Auction fundraiser for youth in treatment at Youth Bridge.
The Fort Smith region is gearing up for the Christmas season with Junior League's annual Holiday Market, the Drennen-Scott Historic Site's Victorian Open House, the Gaslight Gala and the lighting of the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith campus. Bundle up and go be merry.
Even with the early arctic blast and a not so shiny Razorback football season, there are plenty of reasons to be thankful for November in Northwest Arkansas, as the region plays host to the Jewels of Giving Gala, Girls on the Run Race, Turkey Trot, and more.
Seven once again proved lucky on Saturday (Nov. 8) as the Fort Smith Public Library Endowment Trust hosted its seventh annual "Black Tie Bingo" gala. Held at the Main Branch on Rogers Avenue, the sold-out event drew nearly 200 guests for an evening of fine food, live music, and premier Bingo.
"Greater Expectations" is the title of the Fort Smith Symphony's 91st season, which opened earlier this month with its "Musical Kaleidoscope" concert, and will include Broadway tunes and a special performance highlighting the genius of Ray Charles.
November in Northwest Arkansas is off to a busy start with several events on the horizon. The region will place host to Empty Bowls, SoNA's Masterworks I Concert, a "Starry, Starry Night," A Vintage Affair, the Champions for Kids Conference, and Crystal Bridges' "State of the Art" Symposium.
On crisp fall days dating back to the 1800s people have gathered at the War Eagle Mill located in a lush valley on the banks of War Eagle Creek. In the early years they came to have picnics and parties while waiting for their grain to be milled.
Chicken Marsala lasagna, Santa Fe spinach dip and gingerbread cheesecake were the stars of the show Thursday night (Oct. 16) at the Springdale Civic Center during the Taste of Home Cooking School, a part of Taste of Home magazine.