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Fayetteville Winter Market—Thru March 11

This market features seasonal produce, handcrafted items, meat, eggs, cheese, baked goods and more. Saturday market from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fayetteville Senior Center.


Siloam Springs Winter Market—Thru March 11

This is a producers-only market featuring locally-grown produce, pasture-raised meats, bakers’ goods and handmade wares. The market will be held Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Moss House. Siloam Springs.


Market at Record—Thru March 18

Shop for gifts and enjoy food and fun activities during this winter market. Held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Record. Bentonville.

Art on the Bricks—March 9 & April 13

Enjoy artwork from local and regional artists featured in local businesses and shops. Downtown Rogers.

First Friday—April 7

Kick-off of the First Friday celebrations, when the Bentonville Square is turned into a giant neighborhood block party with food, activities and family fun. April’s theme is “Run Bentonville” and will be held 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Downtown Square. Bentonville.


Bentonville Art Market—April 8 thru Oct. 28

This market offers beautiful, unique and fine art by local artists. Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Downtown Square. Bentonville.

Bentonville Farmer’s Market—April 8 thru Oct. 28

Weekly market featuring fresh local fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses and crafts. Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Thursdays from 5 to 8 p.m. Downtown Square. Bentonville.

Bentonville Together—April 29

A celebration of our multicultural community. Event will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Orchards Park. Bentonville.


Sanctuary City—March 1 thru April 9

Audiences are invited to enjoy a play about two teenagers struggling “with two kinds of unreciprocated love: the kind they feel for each other and the kind they feel for their country.” What are we willing to sacrifice for someone we love? TheatreSquared. Fayetteville.


The Most Fabulous Spectacular Twelfth Night Extravaganza—March 2 thru 5

Arts Live meets Shakespeare in this original and modern adaptation of this comedy by the Bard of Avon. Arts Live Theatre. Fayetteville.

Moulin Rouge! The Musical—Feb. 9 thru 19

Enter a world of splendor and romance, eye-popping excess, glitz, grandeur and glory. A world where bohemians and aristocrats rub elbows and revel in electrifying enchantment. This musical is a theatrical celebration of truth, beauty, freedom and, above all, love. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Rogers Short Film Festival—March 3 thru 5

A groovy, non-stop weekend filled with screenings, networking, food, music and entertainment. The festival lets filmmakers compete against their peers in categories based on experience and budget. The Victory Theater, Arkansas Public Theatre. Rogers.


Narnia: The Musical—March 3 thru 11

A classic story by C.S. Lewis. Presented by The Story Room NWA. Grace Point Church. Bentonville.


Acoustic Rooster's Barnyard Boogie Starring Indigo Blume—March 5

Two beloved children’s books by Kwame Alexander come to life on stage. Indigo Blume falls asleep and wakes up in a dream world with the characters of her favorite book. Show begins at 4 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Arkansas Filmmaker's Showcase—March 11

This event is a groovy, non-stop weekend filled with screenings, networking, food, music and entertainment. The festival lets filmmakers compete against their peers in categories based on experience and budget. Victory Theater. Rogers.


Acoustic Rooster's Barnyard Boogie Starring Indigo Blume—March 5

Two beloved children’s books by Kwame Alexander come to life on stage. Indigo Blume falls asleep and wakes up in a dream world with the characters of her favorite book. Show begins at 4 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Arkansas Filmmaker’s Showcase—March 11

Curated by Fayetteville Film Fest, this event features seven short films by local filmmakers. Event begins at 8 p.m. and will last about two hours. Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


John Crist—March 19

One of today’s fastest-rising stand-up comedians presents The Emotional Support Tour. Performances at 4 and 7 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Survival of the Unfit—March 24 thru April 2

A world premiere, this play follows Samuel, a 38-year-old substitute teacher/Uber Driver/supermarket bagger/hair stylist, still living at home with his parents who brings home his latest love interest to meet his parents and gain their approval. The play touches on themes of love, loss, loyalty, and coming to accept others for their shortcomings, and redefines the meaning of family. The Victory Theater, Arkansas Public Theatre. Rogers.


The Jungle Book—March 25

This original adaptation of the well-known story mixes theatrical storytelling with classical Indian dance. A collaboration of Trike Theatre, Ra-Ve Cultural Foundation and Megha Rao of Dhirana Dance, this performance features Northwest Arkansas youth actors and dancers amid professional adult actors. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

The Pirates of Penzance—April 1

This masterpiece of musical theater is presented by New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players in its original format, featuring Gilbert’s incisive wit and Sullivan’s memorable score performed by a full orchestra. Performance begins at 8 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center.

Hiccup!—April 16

Performed by Australia’s Windmill Theatre, this is a hilarious, rocking musical extravaganza about working together, finding friendship and how to, once and for all, stop the hiccups. Best for ages 4 and above. Performance at 4 p.m. Starr Theater, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

Winnie the Poo Mini Production—April 19

Welcome to the Hundred Acre Wood in this Arts Live Theatre Mini-Production. Produced in partnership with The Amazeum, this 20-minute mini-production will be performed outside on the museum grounds during the late afternoon and early evening. Scott Family Amazeum. Bentonville.

Chicken & Biscuits—April 19 thru May 14

Fresh from its 2021 Broadway debut. Rival sisters, Baneatta and Beverly, are trying to bury their father — without killing each other first. When a family secret is revealed at the church altar, things go from bad to bonkers. TheatreSquared. Fayetteville.

Happily Ever After—April 20 thru 23

When Happily Ever after isn’t so happy, how do these characters embark on their journey to rewrite the story? Find out in this original script by writer, poet and actor Na’Tosha De’Von. Arts Live Theatre. Fayetteville.

A Letter for Elena—April 23

At the crossroads of theater and dance, this play broaches the existential ideas of loss and absence for young theatergoers, creating space for those who are ready to contemplate these questions to initiate a dialogue with the adults around them. Performance begins at 4 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

David Sedaris—April 25

Known for his personal essays, short stories and NPR segments, the three-time Grammy Award nominee’s material isn’t always what you would expect. Performance begins at 7 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Walmart AMP—Upcoming Concerts

The 2023 season begins on April 21 for Walker Hayes, 6:30 p.m.; and April 22 for Tyler Childers, 6:30 p.m. Walmart AMP. Rogers.


Ulysses Owens Jr.’s Generation Y—March 4

This artist goes the limit in the jazz world, balances excitement gracefully and shines with innovation. Performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Starr Theater, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives—March 10

Come see this singer, songwriter, musician and country-music legend in an intimate theater experience. Performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Starr Theater, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


New Canons—March 11

Celebrate the release of Symphony of Northwest Arkansas’s first full-length album featuring pieces by composers Trevor New and SoNA director Paul Haas. After the intermission, audience members will enjoy the joyously beautiful Symphony No. 3 in F Major by Johannes Brahms. Performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Star Dust: From Bach to Bowie—March 13

Complexions Contemporary Ballet revitalizes the art of movement through a groundbreaking mix of styles, seamlessly fusing ballet, contemporary, jazz and hip-hop. The event showcases two exhilarating dance pieces — Bach 25 and a “love letter” to David Bowie. Performance begins at 7 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


LADAMA—March 30

Four virtuosic female musicians and educators who are sisters in song, rhythm and spirit. Harnessing the unique musical flavors of their respective countries of origin, LADAMA delivers an electrifying blend of Latin Alternative music. Show begins at 7 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

Blue October—April 2

This group has been touring the world with a boundless approach, generating north of 1 billion total streams and charting 16 hits. Performance begins at 8 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Brianna Thomas Sextet—April 7

Thomas is one of the most evocative and accomplished vocalists of her generation. With a jazz sensibility that moves the material right down into the funky soul and R&B worlds, she gives the impression that she invents each song in the moment. Performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Starr Theater, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

Battle of the Bands—April 8

Symphony of Northwest Arkansas teams up with the Fayetteville Jazz Collective to create a hybrid orchestra + jazz band that is greater than the sum of its parts. Performers will alternate between pieces played by the jazz band, pieces played by the orchestra, and then pieces played together, for an evening of genre-defying music that will be enjoyed by a wide variety of music lovers. Performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

Duwandé—April 14

Headlining this year’s VoiceJam A Cappella Festival, this award-winning six-person ensemble presents a fiercely original take on a cappella music. Performance begins at 8 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

VoiceJam Competition—April 15

Sick beats, dynamic choreography and mind-blowing harmonies, the VoiceJam Competition is back and better than ever. The top high school, collegiate and community vocal bands from around the country come together in Northwest Arkansas to fine-tune their skills with a full day of masterclasses by aca-professionals, then battle it out live on-stage. Performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

We Care Concert—April 15

Second annual event featuring Jeff & Sheri Easter. Proceeds from the concert benefit charity partners: Freedom 5:one, Loving Choices, Samaritan Community Center and Saving Grace of NWA. Performance begins at 5:30 p.m. Fellowship Bible Church. Fayetteville.

Van Cliburn Concert: Cliburn Competition Winners—April 19

A unique evening of live music by the winners of the Sixteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. The evening will highlight the artistry, skill and passion of three extraordinary musicians. Performance will begin at 7 p.m. Great Hall, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Bentonville.

Visceral Dance Chicago—April 20

An evening with a contemporary dance company dedicated to a bold and progressive world of movement that challenges audience expectations. Performance begins at 7 p.m. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.

Latin Dance Adventures—April 27

An evening of Latin dance exploring styles such as Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Kizomba, Cumbia and more. Event will be from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Great Hall, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Bentonville.

Live at Turnbow—April 27

Live music featuring local musicians and bands — from jazz to mariachi, bluegrass and funk. Bring your blankets and chairs. Free concerts are held on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. Downtown Springdale.

Evoking Folklore—April 29

Symphony of Northwest Arkansas is excited to present a pulse-raising performance of Chickasaw Nation composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate’s Chokfi (Rabbit), which is a musical sketch of the Trickster character in Southeastern Indian folklore, scored for strings and percussion. The evening will also include Manuel de Falla’s Nights in the Gardens of Spain and Aaron Copland’s Symphony No. 3. Baum Walker Hall, Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


Arkansas Air & Military Museum—Current Exhibitions

Currently on display thru March 11: Proudly She Served; and running thru Dec. 2025: Short Strips & Tight Grips. Arkansas Air & Military Museum. Fayetteville.


Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art—Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Currently on display thru March 20: Entre/Between; running thru March 27: Loring Taoka: +; running thru May 28: Listening Forest by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer; running thru Jan. 1, 2024: Seeing One Another: New Views on the Alfred Stieglitz Collection; running thru March 6, 2024: Architecture at Home; and beginning March 11 running thru July 31: Diego Rivera’s America. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Bentonville.


Joy Pratt Markham Gallery—Current Exhibition

Currently on display thru March 19: 100 Photographs Andrew Kilgore, a special exhibition showcasing the career and advocacy of portrait photographer Andrew Kilgore, who has captured the lives and diversity of those who are often "unseen" in society for more than 50 years. Walton Arts Center. Fayetteville.


The Momentary—Current Exhibitions & Upcoming Events

Currently on display thru Oct. 15: Yvette Mayorga: What a Time to Be and Firelei Baez. Special events include musical performances by Yarn/Wire March 3 thru 5; a musical performance by Yosuke Fujita on March 24; a musical performance by Caterina Barbieri on April 8; and a musical performance by The Roots on April 29. The Momentary. Bentonville.


Rogers Historical Museum—Current Exhibitions & Upcoming Events

Currently on display thru May 20: The Etiquette of Courtship; and running thru July 8: From Portraits to Polaroids. Join in on March 14 at 9 a.m. for Museum and Me Farm Animals preschool hour. Spring Break special events about caves will also be held March 21 & 23 from 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. 



NWA Naturals—Upcoming Home Games

Join in to kick off the 2023 season on April 6 thru 8 vs. Midland RockHounds; and on April 18 thru 23 vs. Amarillo Sod Poodles. Visit website for game times, promotional theme night information and admission prices. Arvest Ballpark. Springdale.


Tee Off at Topgolf—March 9

Second annual event hosted by Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce for members and their guests. Topgolf. Rogers.


Irish 5K/10K—March 11

This race gives participants the opportunity to test themselves at either the 5K or 10K distance. Event begins at 7:30 a.m. A virtual race option is also available. Bentonville Community Center.

Nutty Runner 5K—March 11

At Fayetteville’s favorite beer drinking “un-gala,” enjoy a pint of Nutty Runner nut brown ales by Columbus House Brewery at every mile. Want to save the drinking for after, then sign up for the DD division. Proceeds benefit The Spark Foundation. Columbus House Brewery. Fayetteville.

Bentonville Half Marathon—April 1

This 13th annual event follows a race course in Bentonville that will take runners through the heart of the city and highlight its beautiful trail system. Race begins at 7 a.m. Downtown Bentonville.

Hazel Valley Rally—April 1

Beginning from and finishing on a stunning 300-acre private ranch east of Fayetteville, this event (formerly the Hazel Valley Gran Prix) has long been a rite of passage for local cyclists. Participants can choose between 45- and 64-mile route options. Both routes send cyclists deep into the Boston Mountain Range of the Ozarks. Hazel Valley Ranch. Fayetteville.

Battle of the Banks—April 6

This event has become a signature event for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Arkansas for the past decade, and 100% of funds raised at this event stay local to support the more than 400 children, families and volunteers who have been served by the program this year. Topgolf. Rogers.

US Pro Cup 2023—April 12 thru 16

Four jam-packed days of cross-country mountain biking racing, qualifiers and classes for all levels. Olympic hopefuls will gather for the opportunity to score heaps of valuable qualifying points at the 2023 U.S. Pro Cup. Though stakes are high for those looking to qualify for the 2024 Summer Olympics, this UCI sanctioned event will feature competition and fun for beginners, amateurs and professional riders alike. Centennial Park. Fayetteville.

Hogeye Marathon—April 15

This 47th annual event includes a Boston Marathon qualifying marathon, the Hogeye Half Marathon and a 4-person relay. Downtown Springdale.

Gravel Fest for MS—April 15 & 16

This all-gravel ride affair is an out and back, out on day 1 and back on day 2, traversing through the back roads of Arkansas capturing the scenic splendor that is the natural state before entering the majestic beauty of southern Missouri. Event benefits the Rampy MS Research Foundation. Downtown Bentonville.

Iron Pig Festival—April 22

This event consists of a duathlon, 5K, fun run and a bike time trail. The duathlon is a USA Triathlon sanctioned event that consists of a 3-mile run, 18-mile bike and 3-mile run. The bike course is an out and back on scenic Hwy 71. Arkansas Air and Military Museum, Drake Field. Fayetteville.


Loaf and Sole 5K—April 29

For this third annual event participants can run or walk their way to 3.1 miles. Race begins at 7:30 a.m. Event helps raise funds and awareness for Table 7three. Genesis Church. Fayetteville.

Purple Stride—April 29

This in-person event raises funds and awareness for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Pinnacle Hills Promenade. Rogers.

Rogers Rotary Bike Ride—April 29

This event will have two routes on the bike paths of Northwest Arkansas: a 15-mile family-friendly circular route following the Railyard Loop Trail; and a 40-mile route on the Railyard Loop and Razorback Greenway to downtown Springdale and back to Rogers. Rogers Activity Center.

Walk for Wishes—April 29

This family-friendly event is powered by Make-A-Wish families, volunteers, companies, donors and friends. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Arvest Ballpark. Springdale.

Great Strides—April 30

This event provides a fantastic opportunity for family, friends, students, and colleagues to come together and make a difference in the lives of Cystic Fibrosis patients and their families. Arvest Ballpark. Springdale.


Arkansas State Parks—Upcoming Events

Three local parks feature a variety of experiences from guided hikes to educational workshops: Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, Devil’s Den State Park and Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area. Search for fun activities and ways you can get involved to make Arkansas State Park memories to last a lifetime.


Scott Family Amazeum’s In The Making Exhibition—Thru May

Dive into the world of a maker and see the complete process of making — from an idea, to its prototypes, to the mistakes in the middle, and finishing with a final product. This special exhibition is all about the messy middle of making. Scott Family Amazeum. Bentonville.


Pathway to Freedom Celebration—March 1

A 10th anniversary of Pathway to Freedom, Arkansas’s most successful program for prison reformation. Keynote speaker former Gov. Arkansas Mike Huckabee and guest speaker Attorney General Tim Griffin. Reception begins at 5:30 p.m., dinner and ceremony at 6:15 p.m. Osage House. Cave Springs.


Big Party—March 3

Join the Fayetteville Junior Civic League for a night of music by Funk Factory, appetizers and drinks, all while raising money for local non-profits. Event is from 7 to 11 p.m.; for ages 18 and up. George’s Majestic Lounge. Fayetteville.


NWA Home Show—March 3 thru 5

This is the 33rd year for this signature event where attendees can meet with local building and design experts who can help with any indoor or outdoor home project. Northwest Arkansas Convention Center. Springdale.


Orchid Show and Sale—March 3 thru 5

Garden members will have the first opportunity to purchase orchids and view the entries from this year’s competition. Saturday and Sunday are open to the public. Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. Fayetteville.


Arkansas Miss Amazing—March 4

This event provides opportunities for girls and women with disabilities to build confidence and self-esteem in a supportive environment. Bentonville Community Church.


Family Day: All Bentonville Reads—March 5

Bring the whole family for a celebration of the All Bentonville Reads program. The museum grounds will be filled with superhero-themed games, outdoor activities, art projects and more inspired by this year’s book, Marion Jensen’s Almost Super. Noon to 4 p.m. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Bentonville.


Pink Ribbon Luncheon—March 9

This luncheon celebrates breast cancer survivors and highlight this year’s BigWig fundraisers. Luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. and will feature a silent auction, engaging program and a delicious lunch. Holiday Inn. Springdale.


Arkansas Dance Marathon—March 11

This student-ran event benefits Arkansas Children's Northwest, the University of Arkansas’ local Children's Miracle Network Hospital. Arkansas Dance Marathon puts on an annual 8-hour dance marathon fundraising event from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. University of Arkansas HPER. Fayetteville.


The Abilities Ball—March 11

Life Styles Inc. will host this new fundraising gala devoted to celebrating the remarkable abilities of the people with developmental disabilities. A singular evening of inspiration — accompanied by delicious fare and featuring music, dancing and a spectacular performance by Life Styles clients. Event begins at 6 p.m. Fayetteville Public Library.


NWACC Career and Transition Fair—March 14

Community members are invited to stop by from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn about local career opportunities and to receive information to ease transitions, whether that transition is from a non-credit program to a degree program, from high school to college, from education into the workforce, or any career shift. The Shewmaker Buildings, Northwest Arkansas Community College. Bentonville.


It Takes a Village Breakfast & Recovery Expo—March 25

With addiction and opioid rates doubling from the pandemic, especially in Arkansas, Oasis of Northwest Arkansas brings you this 4th annual awareness breakfast and community expo showcasing the large range of recovery resources available in our community. There will also be a recovery book swap. This free event will take place from 9 a.m. to noon. 115 N Dixieland Rd. Rogers.


Dr. Compton Native Tree and Plant Sale—March 27 thru 31

Varieties of native trees and plants will be available, benefiting the The Peel Compton Foundation. Sale will be from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Register online to secure your free 30-minute consultation shopping appointment with staff or walk up anytime during sale hours. Peel Museum and Botanical Garden. Bentonville.


“Be The Light” Free Career Event—March 31

Want a better job? Insight Global’s experts will help you build a resume, sharpen your interview skills, take headshots, and meet employers at this free Mobile Career Center at the Washington County Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free childcare and food provided.

Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year—March 31

Celebrating their mission, this event includes dinner, drinks, live and silent auctions, a chance to see what they do all year long, and hear from the BGCBC 2023 Youth of the Year winner. Event begins at 6 p.m. Metroplex Event Center. Rogers.


Vintage Market Days—March 31 thru April 2

Upscale vintage-inspired market featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings consumable yummies, seasonal plantings and a little more. Benton County Fairgrounds. Bentonville.


Big Happy: A Momentary Utopia—April 1

Join artist Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz and collaborators Ayana Evans and Tsedaye Makonnen, as they celebrate the transition from winter to spring. This is a cycling event from Crystal Bridges Museum to the Momentary with an afternoon of performances. Free admission but tickets required. Event will be from noon to 4 p.m. Great Hall, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Bentonville.


Big Business Brunch—April 4

Connect with top retail executives. Kerry Robinson, SVP of Fresh Bakery, will host. Guest speaker is Latriece Watkins, executive vice president of the Walmart U.S. consumables division. 21c Museum Hotel. Bentonville.


Celebration of Business and Community—April 6

Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce will recognize organization’s current and incoming leadership. Event starts at 6 p.m. Rogers Convention Center.

NWA Gives—April 6

Participate by donating to your favorite local nonprofit. Northwest Arkansas has hundreds of nonprofits that aim to improve the lives of its residents. No matter how they are run or who they serve, nonprofits can only thrive if they raise funds to support their work.

Cherishing Children Pinwheel Rally—April 7

Join the Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County for this year’s rally to recognize National Child Abuse Awareness & Prevention Month, encouraging the community to gather together to raise awareness and shine a light on child abuse. Downtown Square. Bentonville.

Reading the Greens—April 8

This indoor minigolf fundraiser will take attendees through the Fayetteville Public Library's expansion, ending in the event center for awards and entertainment. Proceeds benefit the Fayetteville Public Library Foundation. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with a 7 p.m. tee time. Fayetteville Public Library.

Teacher of the Year Lunch—April 11

Local businesses and organizations thank and celebrate our Teacher of the Year winners, and show support for the Bentonville Schools. It also provides a time of fun and networking with the teachers and other community members. Event starts at 11:30 a.m. Bentonville Community Center.

Wall of Distinction Banquet—April 11

This event hosted by the Rogers Public Education Foundation brings the city together to support public school excellence and to honor alumni, teachers, administrators, parents and community leaders who have made an impact on the city’s public school system. Event starts at 11:30 a.m. Rogers Convention Center.

Red Shoe Soiree—April 14

An event celebrating contributions that have impacted the success of the Ronald McDonald Charities’ family-centered care programs. Heroncrest. Elm Springs.

Celebration of Excellence—April 20

An evening to celebrate public education through the introduction of our teacher grants, Pendergraft recipients and student scholarships, all brought to life through the generosity of Fayetteville Public Education Foundation donors. Arkansas Air and Military Museum. Fayetteville.

Plant a Seed Soiree—April 21

This event will feature live entertainment, a fabulous dinner and an online silent auction. Proceeds will provide critical funds for student scholarships. North Lawn, Northwest Arkansas Community College. Bentonville.

UnGala—April 21

Unique, interactive experiences inside and outside the Amazeum provide opportunities for grown-ups to give their inner children a night out to play. Proceeds support access to Amazeum programs and activities, as well as making it possible for 1 in 5 guests to experience the museum for free or at a reduced cost. Scott Family Amazeum. Bentonville.

Heroes Gala—April 22

This formal event is a fundraising event for Sheep Dog Impact Assistance. Funds raised help fund its programming improving the physical and mental well-being of military veterans and first responders (law enforcement, fire & rescue and EMS professionals), reengaging them in living their best lives. Rogers Convention Center.

Osage Park After Dark—April 22

This one-of-a-kind evening will feature bites and beverages, including a signature cocktail, and a panel discussion with Osage Park developers and local conservation experts. Plus, follow the boardwalk to explore interactive stations that bring you up close and personal with the wetlands. Osage Park. Bentonville.

Panther Gala—April 22

This annual gala raises funds for St. Joseph Catholic School. Check-in for VIP ticket holders is at 6 p.m. and check-in for regular admission at 7 p.m. Fayetteville Public Library.

Butterflies and Blooms—April 27

Saving Grace NWA's annual spring fundraiser for their annual budget — giving "Grace" a place to call home. Events starts at 11:30 a.m. Rogers Convention Center.

Baby Ball—April 28

This fun evening helps raise funds for Compassion House. The evening will include drinks, dinner, silent and live auction, plus inspirational speakers. Event starts at 6 p.m. Fayetteville Town Center.

Engage And Taste—April 28

Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce will recognize organization’s current and incoming leadership. Event starts at 6 p.m. Rogers Convention Center.

Celebration of Business and Community—April 6

Come and enjoy this culinary challenge that will include live cooking and demonstrations, tastings, drinks, mixing and mingling, celebrity judges and special Walmart guests. Proceeds benefit Sharing & Caring of Benton County. Events starts at 6 p.m. Brightwater. Bentonville.

Sunshine Gala—April 29

An event full of country chic attire, live entertainment, silent and live auctions, dinner and dancing to support Sunshine School clients of all ages touched by disability. The Ledger. Bentonville.

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