These beavers need a name and more events
Here’s what’s happening in Northwest Arkansas, sponsored by Doctor Pepper Zero Sugar Flavor Variety Pack.
COMMUNITY COHESION PROJECT
The NWA Community Cohesion Project wants you to save the date of an event to keep you up to date.
You can connect with local professionals for music, laughs and a few surprises.
Mark your calendars for Thursday, May 19 from 5-7 p.m. at Theatre-Squared.
This community cohesion project aims to make NWA a welcoming place for all.
OSAGE PARK IN BENTONVILLE WANTS YOUR CONTRIBUTION
A family of beavers lives in the park and needs a surname.
The park posted three options on social media for the public to choose from.
Your choices are: the Beaverly Hillbillies, the Gnawoods and the Van Dams.
Head over to Osage Park’s social media to vote.
If you haven’t had the chance to visit the park, it has access to pickleball courts, Lake Bentonville, food trucks, a dog park, and an archery center.
FIRST THURSDAY IN FAYETTEVILLE
The first Thursday in Place Fayetteville starts on Thursday, May 5.
May’s event is presented by the Artosphere Festival at the Walton Arts Center.
Entertainment begins at 5:30 p.m. and includes art demonstrations, a kids’ zone, food trucks, and live music with entertainer Jasper Logan as emcee.
Attendees can also shop in the plaza and support local businesses.
It will last from May to October.
FUN IN BRICK LANE BOOKS AND GIFTS IN ROGERS
On Saturday May 7, you are invited to listen to live music in the garden with the 1268 project band from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Lawn seats are $5, and you can upgrade your experience by purchasing a deli box.
These tickets are $25 and must be purchased by Thursday, May 5. Wine, beer and soft drinks will also be available for purchase. Places are limited so be sure to make your reservation.
Brick Lane Books and Gifts is a local bookstore and outdoor gathering place.
AMAZEUM SCOTT FAMILY UNGALA
The event takes place on May 6 from 6 p.m.
UnGala supports all educational programming at the Amazeum.
People aged 21 and over are invited to unleash their inner child without children watching.
We have a link on our website to get your tickets.
Finally, we want to pay tribute to a 9-year-old who makes sure kids start their day off right.
Meet Jessica Bowser, who created a platform to help fight food insecurity called “Jess Serves”.
This week, she is organizing a cereal drive.
Over 3,500 boxes of cereal were donated. If you would like to help, there will be another drop off at Life Source International in Fayetteville from 4-5 pm today.