Here’s a look at what’s happening in northwest Arkansas.
From the fight for social justice in the NWA to religion and liberation, here’s a reminder that the unruly live podcast is stopping at various locations for Black History Month. The podcast makes a stop at St. James Baptist Church in Fayetteville on Tuesday, February 22 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The emphasis is on religion and liberation. Speakers include Minister Suzanne Bridges, Lowell Taylor and Pastor Dustin McGowan.
If you want to try entertaining an audience in an intimate and supportive setting, Six Twelve Coffeehouse & Bar in Fayetteville is hosting an open mic night. The event takes place every month on the second and fourth Tuesdays from 7-9pm. They feature some local singers/songwriters and then it’s a total jam! If you want to be a featured artist, just register when you arrive or contact us on social media.
“Art in Fashion” is an art exhibit by Cheryl Kellar presented by Art Ventures at the Fayetteville Public Library. Water Media artist Cheryl Kellar explores fashion in the daily lives of New Yorkers and Northwest Arkansans. You can see the exhibition until March 31, but Friday evening February 25 is the artists’ reception. It happens at the library from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This is your chance to meet and talk with the artist. Small bites and wine will be served.
Sugar Creek Model Railroad and Historical Society, Inc. are pleased to announce that the 19th Annual NWA Great Model Train Show will be held Saturday, February 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Bentonville Arkansas. You can expect model trains, railroad memorabilia and door prizes. The annual event is an opportunity for model train enthusiasts from across Arkansas to come together and collaborate on tracks and layouts that would otherwise be too large for our individual club locations and homes. Admission is $8. Children under 12 enter for free.