2018 Northwest Arkansas Holiday Gift Guide

We wish we could get organized enough to have all our holiday shopping done well before Halloween, but we always tend to finish up with just a day or two to spare. So if you’re like us, this Holiday Shopping Guide is for you. We’ve filled it with items you can buy in Northwest Arkansas, and we’ve organized it into these categories:

  • Gifts for Kids
  • Gifts for Her
  • Gifts for Him
  • Gifts with Local Flair
  • Gifts for Friends
  • Gifts for Sports Fans
  • Gifts of Experience
  • Gifts for Teachers

Below each featured gift idea, we’ve included a description as well as info about where to shop or see even more gift items online and/or in person. Hope this Shopping Guide is helpful to you as we close in on the holidays! Happy shopping, mamas!

Walton’s 5 – 10

Left: Classic puzzles and games

Sam Walton opened his Bentonville 5-10 in 1950. Since that time, it has been a general store, a visitor’s center, and it is now home to The Walmart Museum. The Walton’s 5-10 shop still stocks many of the items that might have been available in that first general store.

If you’re looking to fill in your shopping list with guaranteed favorites, the 5-10 stocks many of the classics. They have the same games and puzzles many of us remember from our childhood. And, whenever possible, those games are sold in their original or retro packaging. Families can find hours of fun at the 5-10 with gifts that don’t require batteries or an outlet. Price varies depending on the game or puzzle. This is a great place to stock up for family game nights during 2019.

Right: Perfect Stocking Stuffers

The best part about being Santa is that while a single gift might be a hit or a miss, a stocking full of treats is always a success. Walton’s 5-10 has a large assortment of affordable classic toys and treats that are the perfect size for stockings. From magic tricks and whoopie cushions, to spinning tops and tin kaleidoscopes, the 5 -10 stocks the classic toys that have already brightened millions of Christmas mornings.

If your kids have a sweet tooth (and we don’t know many kids who don’t), be sure to browse Walton 5-10’s selection of classic candies. They stock treats you’d have trouble finding most anywhere else. (Also, keep the Walmart Museum and Walton’s 5-10 in mind when you’re entertaining relatives or friends in town for the holidays. It’s fun to stop by for salt water taffy, moon pies or candy bars that were popular during someone’s childhood. Give them a gift that brings back great memories of childhood.

Where to shop: Walton’s 5-10 is located at 105 N. Main Street in Bentonville. The phone number is (479) 273-1329. Click here to visit The Walmart Museum website, and click here for Walton’s 5-10 website to see store hours.

Special events: Santa will be visiting The Walmart Museum on the dates below in December. It’s free to the public and you can bring your camera to get fun photos with Santa. Here are the dates and times when you can see Santa:

  • Thursday 12/6 from 5pm to 8pm
  • Monday 12/10 from 5pm to 8pm
  • Saturday 12/22 from 9am to 1pm


Curiosity Corner 1 from Scott Family Amazeum on Vimeo.

Curiosity Corner at The Scott Family Amazeum

Above: Fun educational toys

Don’t forget that one of our area’s most visited toy stores is tucked right inside the Scott Family Amazeum in Bentonville. The shop is called Curiosity Corner and it’s open anytime the Amazeum is. It’s got a great selection of toys, games and projects that help a kid interact with science, technology, engineering, math and art in ways that are fun as well as educational.

Check out the video above to see some of the toys in stock. (We’re a little obsessed with that giant plush piece of avocado toast that Binta, the assistant manager, is holding. We know a few mamas who’d like to take a nap on that cute pillow.) Keep in mind that, if you’re an Amazeum member, you’ll get 10% off all toys, including sale items.

Where to shop: Curiosity Corner is in the main lobby of the Amazeum, located at 1009 Museum Way in Bentonville, Arkansas. Phone number is (479) 696-9280. Click here to visit the Curiosity Corner website to get Amazeum and store hours. 

Get the latest updates: See new toy arrivals, get announcements about Amazeum events, and find out about special toy sales by following the Amazeum on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


Scott Frame and Art

Left: Rebecca Ramos Jewelry

In the state of Arkansas, the Rebecca Ramos jewelry is only featured in Scott Frame and Art stores. Each piece is handcrafted in Dallas, Texas and looks like wearable art. Asymmetrical design elements run throughout this year’s collection of jewelry, and these pieces have an understated yet undeniably “cool” vibe. There are long and short necklaces, bracelets, cuffs, and earrings. Prices vary depending on size and style.

Right: Canoe Bags

When we walked into the Scott Frame and Art shop a few weeks ago, we were both drawn over to the Canoe Bags like magnets. They must have their own gravitational pull because we couldn’t keep our hands off them. There are plenty of different styles and sizes, and no two bags are exactly alike. They combine rustic charm with metropolitan sophistication. You can get Kodiak leather, suede or hair-on-hide, and some of the hides might even have a ranch brand still visible! If “distinctive” is your thing, you’ll love a Canoe Bag. (You might want to send a link to the Santa in your life?) Cost varies depending on size and style.

Where to shop: We love the distinctively local vibe of each Scott Frame and Art location. We always find artwork (including local photographs and Razorback prints) that we fall in love with when we’re in the shop. Scott Frame and Art is located at 2603 W. Pleasant Grove Road in Rogers. (Store number is 479-696-8263.) They also have a Fayetteville location at 100 E. Joyce Blvd. (Store number is 479-443-7262.) In 2018, they added a new Bentonville store located at 100 SW 14th Street. (Store number is 479-464-7714.) Click here for a map to each store location. 

See more: Keep up with the latest announcements and product arrivals by following Scott Frame and Art on Facebook.


Maven

Above: Cute clothes, accessories and gifts

We’ve fallen in love with the clothes, cute accessories and gifts at Maven Boutique in Fayetteville. We always see something new and super cute when we’re there, and there’s a wide enough selection to fit whatever mood you’re in that day — fun and flirty, cozy but cute, or an outfit worthy of a holiday party. Maven also has cute thermal cups, notebooks, accessories and even beauty products that would make great gift items for the women (or teen girls) on your list. Plus, you’ll get to meet the store owner, Lauren Case, who is so fun to shop with! She’ll help you find something you’re excited to wrap up or take home for yourself.

Where to shop: Maven (which also has a Maven beauty salon inside) is located at 2418 N. Gregg Ave. (Suite 1) in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Phone number is (479) 287-4775. You can also shop online anytime on the Maven website.

See more: To see what’s trending and the latest in-store arrivals, follow Maven on Instagram and/or Maven on Facebook.

Lou + Lill

Above: Lou and Lill Tees

We first spotted the new Lou + Lill brand when we were shopping at Maven Boutique in Fayetteville, and we’ve been stalking their Instagram account ever since. We love these comfy, cozy and cute designs that have an unmistakable Northwest Arkansas vibe. Lou + Lill is the creation of Kelsey Lindaman, who is sister to Lauren Case, the owner of Maven. That’s why you’ll spot most of the Lou + Lill designs at Maven and online.  (Those are the sisters pictured on the right!)

Where to shop: Find Lou + Lill designs at Maven Boutique (2418 N. Gregg Ave. in Fayetteville). Shop both of these “sister companies” at the Northwest Arkansas Boutique Show on November 16th and 17th at the NWA Convention Center in Springdale.

See more: See the latest Lou + Lill creations by following the brand on Instagram and Facebook.

 


Rock City Outfitters

Left: Arkansas Sunset Hoodie

We love this new Arkansas Sunset Hoodie so much that we may just “accidentally” buy our husbands a size that’s technically too small so we can have it for ourselves. As long-time fans of Rock City shirts, we can already tell you that the fabric on this thing is like butter — so soft and warm that he won’t want to take it off (even after he drops a chicken wing on it). The timeless design on this hoodie is reminiscent of an Arkansas sunset just beyond the tree line. Classic and cool — can’t beat that combination. Cost is $39.99.  Click here for more info.

Right: AR Trees Hat (Ocean Blue and Amber Gold)

If your guy is the type who likes to grab a cap on his way out the door, this may just become his new favorite. We LOVE the color combination on this particular version of the Arkansas Trees Hat — the Ocean Blue next to Amber Gold. But there are two other color combinations — one with more neutral colors and also a lighter blue version. The back of the hat is a fully adjustable Pacific brand snapback. Cost is $24.99. Click here for more info.

Where to shop: You’ll find Rock City Outfitters shirts in stores around the state and in local festivals and shows. Rock City Outfitters will also have a huge booth at the Northwest Arkansas Boutique Show on November 17th and 18th. (That’s where we usually stock up on our favorite Rock City tees.) But you can always find the FULL line of shirts on the company’s website, which is super easy to shop and navigate. Click here to check it out.

Where to see more: Keep up with Rock City’s newest styles (including hats as well as shirts for women and kids) by following them on social media, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest.


Scott Frame and Art

Left: ARZ Steel jewelry for men

Why should women have all the fun when it comes to unique jewelry? This line of ARZ Steel jewelry for men has a slightly edgy, cool vibe that’s decidedly masculine. It’s made with the highest grade of stainless steel so it’s built to last. We especially love the braided leather bracelets that have a hint of steel on the clasp. We recommend going by the shop to see this collection in person so you can get a feel for the quality of each piece. Cost varies based on size and style.

Right: Duke Cannon soaps and more

Our  husbands are devoted fans of the Duke Cannon line-up of grooming essentials for men. (The owner of Scott Frame and Art is, too!) Sometimes men get sick of all the girly products taking up space in the shower and they want something that’s just for them. Not only are these products geared toward guys, the quality is top-notch. (We’ve been known to borrow our husbands’ hand cream because it just works better.)

This small artisan company makes products in the United States and also gives back to the men and women serving our country. A portion of the company’s proceeds directly support four different Veteran causes, which means this company has a local impact here in Northwest Arkansas. Prices for Duke Cannon items range from $9.50 to $31 (and these gifts are definitely man-sized!)

Where to shop: We love the distinctively local vibe of each Scott Frame and Art location. We always find artwork (including local photographs and Razorback prints) that we fall in love with when we’re in the shop. Scott Frame and Art is located at 2603 W. Pleasant Grove Road in Rogers. (Store number is 696-8263.) They also have a Fayetteville location at 100 E. Joyce Blvd. (Store number is 479-443-7262.) In 2018, they added a new Bentonville store located at 100 SW 14th Street. (Store number is 479-464-7714.)  Click here for a map to each store location. 

See more: Keep up with the latest announcements and product arrivals by following Scott Frame and Art on Facebook.

 


Modern Mission Indoor/Outdoor Laser Tag

Gift idea: Gift cards can be used toward indoor/outdoor laser tag, archery, or the new Modern Mission airsoft field! Gift cards can also be used for birthday parties. Here are the special discounts for gift cards:

  • Spend $25, get $5 free.
  • Spend $50, get $10 free.
  • Spend $100, get $20 free.

What it’s like: Modern Mission provides fun, action-packed missions! Since this is NOT paintball, you don’t have to worry about unnecessary injuries from fast-flying paintballs. (Airsoft does use plastic BB’s.) Players are divided into two teams to battle it out with missions such as Domination, Infiltration, and Last Stand. Grab a friend and join the mission!

Where to shop: Modern Mission is located at 3484 E. Joyce Boulevard in Fayetteville, AR. For questions, call them at 479-595-0055 or check out the “Frequently Asked Questions” section on the Modern Mission website.

Get the latest updates: Follow the latest news from Modern Mission on Facebook and Twitter.


Fayetteville Martial Arts

Above: Gift card for Fayetteville Martial Arts classes

If your house is like ours, it’s often overflowing with too much “stuff.” If you find that many of your kids’ holiday gifts end up sitting around waiting for the next yard sale or charity donation, consider doing more “gifts of experience” this year. Your kid might forget the electronic game he got for 5th grade, but he will never forget the experiences he (or she) has learning a new skill (and making new friends) at Fayetteville Martial Arts. If confidence, self-defense, conflict resolution, honor and respect are gifts you’d like to pass on to your kids, this gift suggestion is the kind that will take up room in your child’s heart and mind — not the overstuffed closet.

You could also use a gift card toward the purchase of a self-defense class for your child. (This is something we’re going to be giving our own kids, and we signed ourselves up to attend the adult self-defense class in January.) The owners of Fayetteville Martial Arts are passionate about teaching kids and adults the skills we all need to deal with conflict at any level and at any age. This class can help kids know how to deal with bullying, name-calling, teasing, physical escapes from grabs or pushes, and even gives kids anti-abduction training. A class like this could be a gift that prevents trauma in your child’s life and gives them skills they’ll use throughout life. Read more about the self-defense classes here and here.

See the studio: The best way to get a feel for Fayetteville Martial Arts (which was voted “Best Overall Local Business” in the 2017 Mom-Approved Awards) is to see it in person while they’re in action. Go by the studio for a tour at 16 W. Township Street, Fayetteville, AR  72764. Read more about the instructors by clicking here.

How to contact: Call the studio at (479) 274-8314, or visit the Fayetteville Martial Arts website. You can also follow them on Facebook.


Fast Lane Entertainment

Above: Fast Fun Card from Fast Lane

You already know that spending a few hours at Fast Lane Entertainment is something your kids love. And Fast Lane has added some really cool new features lately, including the new Hologate virtual reality game. (The Mamas of Motherlode tried it out in person a few weeks ago, and we got to throw virtual reality snowballs at each other while we tried to score points in the game. It’s SO much fun.)

You get to choose how much money gets loaded onto a gift card at Fast Lane, so this gift idea can fit a wide range of spending budgets. (Don’t feel like wrapping another gift? Stick the Fast Lane gift card in a stocking for an extra surprise!)

Don’t forget that you can also feed your crew at Fast Lane and do some family bowling, too. If you have tweens/teens as well as elementary or preschool kids, remember that Fast Lane now has a huge indoor play structure that’s perfect for them.

By the way: We don’t think the kids should be the only ones to have fun at Fast Lane, which is why we’re hosting a fun Moms’ Night Out event there this month on November 13th from 5 to 8 p.m. We’ll enjoy discounted appetizers, drinks and bowling, and we’ll have a LOT of laughs together, too. Click here for info. Hope you can make it!

Where to buy: Get a Fast Lane Entertainment gift card at Fast Lane, located at 1117 N. Dixieland Street in Lowell. You can also order gift cards online! Click here to order a Fast Lane gift card online. (Perfect for all you Cyber Monday shoppers!) For any questions, call Fast Lane at (479) 659-0999.

Get the latest updates: Follow the latest news about Fast Lane on Facebook, on Instagram or on Twitter.

 


 

Hello Local

Left: Hello Local’s Exlusive Northwest Arkansas Latte Mug

When we visited the Hello Local store in Downtown Springdale, we fell in love with this latte mug! You know how some mugs are just the perfect size and feel just right in your hand? This is it. It’ll get you plenty caffeinated for the day, and it’s perfect for anyone who loves coffee, hot tea, hot cocoa or Northwest Arkansas. (This would also be a lovely gift to send home with any relatives who are visiting Northwest Arkansas for the holidays!) Cost is $16. Click here for more info or to order online.

If you’d like to give some local coffee with this mug, ask for the “NWA Coffee Tour Gift Box.” Not only does it include our new favorite mug, it also contains 7 two-ounce bags of whole bean coffee from some of our area’s favorite coffee roasters, including Arsaga’s, Kennedy Coffee, Mt. Comfort Coffee and more. Cost for the Coffee Tour Gift Box is $36. Click here for more info.

Right: Pack Your Own Local Gift Box

With the goal of becoming a one-stop-shop for everything local, Hello Local’s Downtown Springdale store is packed with local products from more than 40 Northwest Arkansas small businesses.

To help make gifting local easy, the store will provide a free, fully-printed gift box for customers to fill with goodies that include items like local mugs, coffee, chocolate, jewelry, candles, t-shirts, sipping chocolate and more. Create a personalized gift that’s affordable and fully local from our friends at Hello Local. The retail price on the “Pack Your Own Local Gift Box” varies based on what you choose to include in the box, which makes it a great way to fit it into any gift-buying budget.

Where to shop: Check out the Hello Local Experience Store at 101 East Emma in Downtown Springdale. You can also always shop online by visiting the Hello Local website.

Get the latest updates: One of the coolest things about the Hello Local store is that it’s always changing, just like Northwest Arkansas. Be the first to know about new things in the store by following Hello Local on Facebook and on Instagram.


Fresh Harvest

Above: Fresh Harvest olive oils and balsamics

Give the gift of good taste with Fresh Harvest, a Northwest Arkansas favorite. Fresh Harvest Tasting Room (which just opened a new location in Rogers) offers the freshest ultra-premium extra virgin olive oils from around the world, fused and infused olive oils, gourmet oils, barrel-aged balsamic vinegars of every flavor your can imagine, gift packs, pasta, sauces, olives and more. Over 90 items to taste and explore, and it’s all organic. Oils and Balsamics range from $13 – $28. Gift packs and flights range from $10 – $55.

Pasta, gluten free pasta and sauces cost $6.99 – $9.99. Spanish olive varieties are $9.50. You can also find a wide range of accessories starting at $9. They also offer complimentary Olive Oil 101 tasting tours, which we highly recommend! (Once you’ve had premium extra virgin olive oil, you’ll never go back to the mediocre stuff! The difference is amazing.)

Where to shop: The Fresh Harvest Tasting Room is located in historic downtown Rogers at 211 W. Walnut and in Eureka Springs at 412 Village Circle. You can also shop online anytime at the Fresh Harvest website by clicking here. For questions, call the shop at 479-253-6247.

Get the latest updates: You’ll find lots of fun recipes and tips on the Fresh Harvest website. You can also see the newest arrivals by following them on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube.


Rock City Outfitters

Left: Call Me Raglan

Rock City Outfitters is perhaps best known for this incredibly popular “Call Me” shirt. The good news is that it’s as comfy as it is fun. (Shannon and I both own a “Call Me” shirt and we practically live in them. It also looks great with a cute flannel shirt thrown over it like a jacket.) Part of what makes this shirt so great is that only true Razorback fans know what it means. So if you wear it to an airport, be prepared to show a few strangers what it’s like to “call those hogs.” 😉 Cost is $26.99. It’s also available in red and white or as a short-sleeve tee. Click here for more info or to order it.

Right: ’94 Champs Tee

Some of us have a special fondness for the Rock City Outfitters ’94 Champs Tee because we were Univ. of Arkansas undergrads in 1994, watching that incredible game on a giant screen at Bud Walton Arena when the Hogs won the national championship. It was as EPIC as this shirt that celebrates that night. This is a perfect gift for anyone who loves Arkansas basketball and believes we WILL get another championship title one day. Cost is $18.99. Click here for more info or to order it.

Where to shop: You’ll find Rock City Outfitters shirts in stores around the state and in local festivals and shows (like the Northwest Arkansas Boutique Show November 17th and 18th). But you can find the FULL line of shirts on the company’s website, which is super easy to shop and navigate. Click here to check it out.

Where to see more: Keep up with Rock City’s newest styles (including hats as well as shirts for women and kids) by following them on social media, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest.


NWA Naturals

Left: Holiday Pack

Give the baseball fan in your life one of two great Holiday Packs this year. Options range from $25 to $50 and both include a Naturals Gift Card that is redeemable throughout Arvest Ballpark –Team Store, Box Office and Concessions Stands – as well as four Dugout Premium vouchers for Opening Day against the Springfield Cardinals (Double-A St. Louis) on Thursday, April 4, 2019 while Gift Option #2 features four additional undated Dugout Premium vouchers that can be redeemed for a Naturals game of their choice during the 2019 season! These Holiday Packs are the perfect gift and/or stocking stuffer and will be available in-person, online, and over the phone through Wednesday, December 19.

Right: Family Pack

Looking for a gift for the entire family? The popular “Family Pack” is the best deal the NWA Naturals has ever offered. The Family Pack makes it easy for families to go all in for the hometown team. For one flat fee of $295 (a SAVINGS OF MORE THAN $2,200) this deal provides a summer full of entertainment and fun at Arvest Ballpark. With a Family Pack membership card, fans will be able to treat up to 6 members of their family to a ticket to EVERY Monday through Thursday game during the season (38 total games).

Where to shop: Shop at the Naturals Team Store located at Arvest Ballpark, 3000 Gene George Blvd. in Springdale, Ark. The Team Store is open Monday through Friday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Fans can also shop online at www.nwanaturals.com or by calling 479-927-4900.

How to contact: Visit the Naturals website; Check out the team’s Facebook page; See them on Instagram; Tweet at them on Twitter. Call 479-927-4900.


 

May We Fly

Left: 2019 Farmer’s Market Wall Calendar

This gorgeous wall calendar features watercolor illustrations by local artist Leana Fischer, whose work has been featured in items from Hallmark and Papyrus. For this calendar, Leana has created a collection of 12 illustrations that celebrate her love of Saturday morning walks around the Farmer’s Market in Northwest Arkansas. Bursting with flowers, fruits and veggies, this calendar will look beautiful in any friend’s kitchen (and yours, too)! It measures 11×17 and is printed on smooth, heavy cardstock. You can choose between two binding styles — either spiral bound or binder clip plus twine. Calendar also includes all U.S. holidays and moon phases. It comes with a page of “Market Day” stickers, so you’ll never forget when it’s time to shop your favorite Farmer’s Market. Cost is $28 or 2 calendars for $50.

Right: Snowy Night Assorted Card Set

Even in an increasingly digital world, there’s something so special about finding a real card in the mailbox. We suggest either gifting the entire set to a card-loving friend or getting them for yourself to use as holiday cards this year. (They’re sized so that you can fit a 4 x 6 photo inside the card.) With 12 cards total, there are three cards of each of the 4 beautiful designs, each printed on heavy cardstock. The cards come with white cotton envelopes and are packaged in a clear, sturdy box. Cost is $30 for the set.

Where to shop: Shop anytime of day or night by visiting the May We Fly online store.

See more: See the artist’s latest designs (as well as free downloads and video tutorials) by bookmarking the May We Fly website. You’ll also find her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.


 Rick’s Bakery

Left: Silver Bells Tower package

This set of sweets includes some of Rick’s most popular treats that are perfect for giving to a friend, neighbors or to a holiday party. Inside you’ll find 8 tea cookies, 4 thumbprint cookies, 3 assorted brownies, 6 sprinkle/stripe cookies, 9 assorted petit-fours (chocolate, strawberry, white and peppermint). Cost is $35.

Right: Rick’s Razorback Ring

Rick’s Razorback Ring is a delicious danish filled with cream cheese and strawberry filing. It’s topped with Rick’s melt-in-your mouth cream cheese icing and sugar sprinkles — with a Hog cookie right in the middle. Perfect for that Hog fan in your life. Cost is $20.

Where to shop: See all the beautiful cakes, cupcakes and pastries (and smell all those incredible smells) at Rick’s Bakery located at 1220 N. College Avenue in Fayetteville. For questions about the items mentioned here, call the bakery at 479-442-2166. See the menu on the Rick’s Bakery website by clicking here.

(Did you know that Rick’s Bakery has a new location that is OPEN NOW in Rogers? It’s in the former Dixie Cafe building near Lowes. It’s huge and it’s awesome! They have soup and sandwiches for lunch, too!)

See more: See Rick’s Bakery’s latest creations by following them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.


Kyya Chocolate

Left: Nibbed English Toffee featuring Cameroon Dark Chocolate

The chocolate makers at Kyya call this type of Nibbed English Toffee “unique, dark, brooding and satisfying.” (Those just became our new favorite words for chocolate.) Kyya also said that this new creation is so good that they’d walk barefoot in the snow during January just to get more of it. That’s why we think this would be a great gift for the hard-working teachers on your holiday gift list. Let’s face it… putting up with our kids for an entire semester could not have been easy. They’ve earned some chocolate toffee! (Also, keep in mind that Kyya has been teacher-friendly for years now. In 2017, more than 3,000 school kids in Northwest Arkansas were able to tour the Kyya factory to see how the magic gets made.)

Right: Kyya Chocolate Bars (assorted flavors)

If you’re having a hard time choosing what to give a teacher on your list, we suggest giving him or her a variety of Kyya chocolate bars so they can sample all the different varieties. It’s still a cost effective gift but it gives the teacher a buffet of the best chocolate in Northwest Arkansas. There’s white chocolate, milk chocolate and some fascinating varieties of dark chocolate, including “Champagne infused Vivid Dark Chocolate, with nutty whisps of coffee and fudge notes.” Most of the chocolate bar varieties at Kyya are only $6, so choose a few favorites!

Where to shop: Have you seen the new Kyya retail store on the Bentonville Square? It’s amazing! You’ll find it at 111 S. Main Street in the space formerly occupied by The Station Cafe. This is the spot where you’ll find more than 100 different chocolate products in all their glory. You can also  visit the Kyya website; Find them on Facebook; Tweet them on Twitter; See pics on Pinterest; Follow them on Instagram; Watch this video about them on YouTube; Click here to see the full list of Northwest Arkansas retailers where Kyya Chocolate is sold.

How to contact: Go by the store or message them on social media. You can also call 1-844-281-4470 for more info.


Seven Brew 

 

Above: Seven Brew Gift Card

Let’s face it. The teachers on your holiday gift list probably don’t need or want another ornament with an apple on it. But… they definitely need a steady supply of caffeine on the way to school in the morning. Our friends who are teachers tell us they LOVE gift cards because it allows them to use and enjoy their gifts all year long. That’s why we’re putting gift cards from Seven Brew into this year’s holiday gift guide.

No worries if your kid’s teacher isn’t a coffee drinker. Seven Brew also has teas, infused energy drinks, Italian sodas and smoothies! They’re always coming up with new creations. You could drink something new each day of the week.

Where to buy: Seven Brew has grown so quickly and has locations throughout Northwest Arkansas. Here’s a list of where you can drive through and pick up a coffee and a gift card:

  • 2101 S. 52nd Street in Rogers
  • 4100 W. Walnut Street in Rogers
  • 2500 E. Central Ave. in Bentonville
  • 1195 M.L.K. Blvd. in Fayetteville
  • Coming soon to 2960 W. Sunset Ave. in Springdale

Get the latest updates: Follow Seven Brew on Facebook, or on Twitter,

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