Northwest Arkansas Calendar of Events: November 2014

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Holiday Open House (Siloam Springs)

Main Street Siloam Springs’ annual Holiday Open House. Merchants will be open and offering refreshments, door prizes, and the first look at their holiday merchandise.

Date: Sunday, Nov. 2

Time: 1-5 p.m.

Location: Downtown Siloam

More info: Click here

Crystal Bridges events

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art’s groundbreaking exhibition, State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now, has gained national attention, bringing together the artwork of 102 artists from all over the country. State of the Art will be on view through January 19, highlighting the artists’ voices with engagement opportunities including workshops, art talks, and panel discussions. For a full list of State of the Art programs, click here.

More info: See the full calendar of Crystal Bridges events here: website.

NWA Boutique Show

Mamas, we want to see you there! We’ll have a Motherlode booth with an awesome giveaway — plus a cardboard cut-out of Olaf for you and the kids to pose with. This is an amazing shoppertunity to mark off everyone on your Christmas list!

nwa boutique show adDate: Nov. 7-8

Time: Varies

Location: Holiday Inn Convention Center

More info: Click here

Veteran’s Day Parade

Annual Veteran’s Day Parade at 2:30pm around the Fayetteville Square.  The parade will feature military and emergency vehicles, soldiers of all ages, motorcycles, bands, and much more.  At 1:30 there will be special activities for children and a meet and greet with our WWII and Korean Veterans. In case of rain, all special activities will be indoors at the square with the Veterans.  Grand marshalls this year are WWII and Korean Veterans.

Date: Sunday, Nov. 9

Time: 1:30, activities for children and a meet and greet with WWII and Korean Veterans; parade 2:30 p.m.

Location: Fayetteville Square

More info: Click here

Central Rogers MOPS Craft Fair

Lots of vendors to shop, door prizes and a cookie walk with dozens of different cookies at $6 a pound. At Central United Methodist in Rogers.

mops craft fairDate: Nov. 15

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location: Central United Methodist Church, Rogers

More info: Click here

Pennyroyals, Persimmons and Pawpaws

Date: Nov. 19

Time: Noon

Location: Shiloh Museum, Springdale

More info: Click here

The Rink at Lawrence Plaza (New this  year: “Theme” nights!)

The Rink will have Wild Wardrobe Wednesdays, including Nov. 26th superheroes and Dec. 10th Disney’s Frozen. Click here to see all the themes.

Date: Nov. 22-Jan. 19

Time: Varies

Location: Bentonville, at the corner of Northeast A

More info: Click here

21st Annual Lights of the Ozarks

Enjoy the amazing winter wonderland of lights on the Downtown Square beginning Friday, November 21st at 6 p.m. with the Lighting Night parade. Nightly carriages and pony rides, fresh hot chocolate and festive holiday music make the Lights of the Ozarks an event that cannot be missed. The romantic and breathtaking display of a half-million twinkling lights is cherished by the locals and visitors alike that stroll or drive through the Lights of the Ozarks each year. Each year Fayetteville Parks and Recreation workers spend over 2,000 hours decorating the Downtown Square with 450,000 lights.

Date: Nov. 21-Dec. 31

Time: 6 p.m. parade starts.

Location: Fayetteville Square

More info: Click here

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Lighting of the Bentonville Square

Holiday market at 2 p.m. Live holiday music, 4 p.m. Lighting ceremony, 6 p.m. Christmas tree lighting at the rink, 6:30 p.m.

Date: Nov. 22

Time: Events start at 2 p.m.

Location: Bentonville Square

More info: Click here

Elf the Musical

“Endearingly goofy!” says USA Today of this delightful Broadway musical for all ages. Elf the Musical is the hilarious tale of Buddy, a young orphan who mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole where he is welcomed into Santa’s household. Unaware that he is actually human, Buddy’s size and poor toy-making skills cause him to face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to find his birth father and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas. Based on the beloved 2003 New Line Cinema hit, Elf the Musical “is happy enough for families, savvy enough for city kids and plenty smart for adults!” says Variety magazine. Don’t miss this modern-day Christmas classic that’s sure to help you embrace your inner elf!

Elf_TNEWDate: Nov. 25-26

Time: Varies

Location: Walton Arts Center

More info: Click here

Green Friday

In an effort to help you reconnect with the things important in your life, Hobbs will be hosting a day of hikes, nature crafts, and family fun programming. Contact the park for a list of programming. Free.

Date: Nov. 28

Time: All day

Location: Hobbs State Park Visitor’s Center, Rogers

More info: Click here

2nd Annual Experience the Light at The Great Passion Play (Live Nativity)

Christmas Festival with Live Nativity. Drive-through light display and Christmas Carols with hot chocolate and cookies in the Great Hall. The last weekend of November through first 3 weeks of December on Fridays and Saturdays.

great passion playDate: Nov. 28-Dec. 20 (Fridays and Saturdays)

Time: 6-8 p.m.

Location: Eureka Springs

More info: Click here

Christmas Parade of the Ozarks

Date: Nov. 29

Time: 6 p.m.

Location: Parsons Stadium, Springdale. Starts at the rodeo grounds and goes through downtown Springdale (Emma Avenue).

More info: Click here

Holiday Hoopla Kickoff, Rogers

A community event to kick off the holiday season in downtown Rogers. Featuring the lighting of the Mayor’s Christmas Tree and downtown decorations, great food, and live music.

holiday hooplaDate: Nov. 29

Time: 5 p.m.

Location: Downtown

More info: Click here

Holiday Drop and Shop Event!

Parents can go shop while Abrakadoodle of NWA helps your kids get into the Holiday Spirit! Abrakadoodle artists will work on specially designed Holiday art projects with the kids, who should dress for mess. Parents should send a snack(s), but lunch will be provided. Cost: $25 Children ages 4 to 12 (Limited class size)

Date: Saturday, November 29, 2014

abrakadoodleTime: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Location: Rogers Activity Center, 315 West Olive Street Rogers, AR 72756

Register here: http://ar-rogers.civicplus.com/855/4302/Holiday-Drop-and-Shop

Gardenland Express

Gardenland Express will open on November 30 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and then continue on Saturdays, December 6 and 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and on Sundays, December 7 and 14 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

This year, visitors will be able to enjoy an evening of holiday lights and fun on Friday, December 5, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Each Gardenland session will include a winter wonderland display of model trains in the Event Hall, refreshments and visits with Santa. Northwest Arkansas Model Train Club is providing the trains for this special event.

Date: Nov. 30, Dec. 6,7,13 & 14

Time: See above for specific times

Location: Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

More info: Click here

Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks Christmas Train Exhibition

Mall-O-Ween offers safe, fun environment for trick-or-treaters on October 31st!

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Every year, the Northwest Arkansas Mall offers a safe, fun environment for kids to score some candy, treat bags – and maybe even win a prize for their costume!

Mall-O-Ween is on Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m. Trick-or-treating at the Mall-O-Ween is a tradition that lots of local moms enjoy with their kids every year. We’re big on traditions and love a reliable event like this. The Mall-O-Ween has been going on for over two decades.

And a bonus? Bedford Camera & Video will be at Mall-O-Ween taking FREE photos of your little pumpkins! (Plus Halloween is on a Friday night this year. Even more fun, knowing you don’t have to get up early for school and work the next day!)

Here’s our list of Top 5 Things We Love About the Northwest Arkansas Mall’s Mall-O-Ween:

1.candy craze Candy and goody bags from the merchants. They give the good stuff :)

2. Come rain, shine, drizzle or cold temps, the mall always offers a controlled climate.

3. Moms can get a little shopping done while the kids are cheerful and entertained (see the above two points).

4. Kids 12 and under can participate in a Halloween costume contest. Get rewarded for all the hard work you put into that costume, mamas! Prizes are awarded to the top three in each age group, based on originality and creativity. (Click here to see the age ranges and WHEN the contest will be for the various age groups.)

5. It’s safe, y’all. If you don’t like your kids going door to door at strangers’ houses, you’ll enjoy the experience of trick-or-treating in a brightly lit space where the kids will receive treats from nice store reps. Or go out earlier in the neighborhood, then wrap up the trick-or-treating at the mall!

Click here to visit the NWA Mall’s website for more details about Mall-O-Ween and be sure to like them on Facebook so you can be updated on sales and promotions throughout the year.

Farmland Adventures: Expanded October hours!

Farmland logoFarmland Adventures has expanded its hours for month of October, so there are added opportunities for your family to play games, ride ponies (and wagons and pedal karts!), pick your own pumpkins, visit the farm animals and explore the HUGE Lost Civilization corn maze.

October hours are:

  • Thursdays from 3-9:30 p.m.
  • Fridays from 1-9:30 p.m.
  • Saturdays from 9 am – 9:30 p.m.

They will be open on Halloween: Friday, Oct. 31, if you want have a full day of fun and cute pics.

If you need pumpkins, they’re $.50 per pound per pumpkin, but we love that you don’t ever spend more than $10 on any pumpkin. That’s the max. You also pay a flat fee to visit, but you get to do everything — as many times as you want! Admission is $10 for adults (13 and up), $8 for senior citizens and $9 for  kids 3-12.

rocking horses at farmland

Rocking horses and hay bale “roping steers”

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Pig races!

The owners of Farmland said guests are really enjoying the new pedal karts as well as the the rocking horses and hay bale roping steers they added to the play area. The pony rides are one of the most popular attractions and are free with admission. Apparently the wagon ride and pig races are also quite a hit.

There are birthday party options, night events (with campfires, etc.) and there will be live music by local artist Marshall Mitchell on Oct. 18.

CLICK HERE to visit the Farmland Adventures website or call 479-799-5033. Click here for directions.

Fall 2014: Craft fairs in Northwest Arkansas!

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Spanker Creek Farm Arts and Crafts Festival

Clothing, leather goods, basket-makers, woodworkers, ironworks, jams and jellies, pickled veggies, furniture, sculpture, and lots of other arts & crafts are available. Holiday theme gifts are in abundance, as well as seasonal decorations. Food, snacks, and beverages available.

Date: Oct. 15-19

Time: Wednesday to Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location: Spanker Creek Farm, Bella Vista

More info: Click here

War Eagle Mill Craft and Culinary Fair

The War Eagle Mill Craft & Culinary Fair, located on the grounds of the Historic War Eagle Mill, a working water powered grist mill, will celebrate its 41st Annual show in 2014. The Mill opens at 6:30am for visitors to enjoy breakfast at the Bean Palace Restaurant, located on the 3rd floor of the Mill, featuring War Eagle Mill products. Juried craftsmen from throughout the United States will be represented. Featuring all original and handmade creations, such as handpainted decorative items, country furnishings, botanical art, ceramics, pottery, watercolors, homemade soaps, jewelry, and much more! We will also have cooking demos with samples for you to try. While you are shopping and eating, you can listen to the live music we will be featuring right on our front porch.

war eagle millDate: Oct. 16-19

Time: Breakfast Starts at 6:30 am. Booths open 8 am  - 5:00 pm, Thurs. – Sat., and until 4:30 pm on Sunday.

Location: War Eagle Mill, Rogers

More info: Click here

Jones Center Arts and Crafts Festival

Inside show where the weather’s always perfect, free parking, free admission. Baskets, woodworkers, potpourris, wreaths, oil and acrylic painting, sculpture, and lots of other hand-made arts & crafts are available. Holiday theme gifts are in abundance, as well as seasonal decorations.

fall arts and craftsDates: Oct. 16-18

Time: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Location: 922 East Emma, Springdale

More info: Click here

Frisco Station Mall Arts & Crafts Fair

Frisco Station Mall Arts & Crafts Festival is located indoors at the Frisco Station Mall in Rogers.  Baskets, woodworkers, potpourris, candles, jewelry, clothing, wreaths, oil and acrylic painting, and lots of other arts & crafts are available. Holiday theme gifts and seasonal decorations.

Date: Oct. 16-19

Time: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Location: Frisco Station Mall, Rogers

More info: Click here

46th Annual Bella Vista Arts and Crafts Festival

Visitors can count on the highest quality art and craft work – always hand-made – never buy-sell. Since 1969 the Bella Vista ARts & Crafts festival has been steadily growing in size and reputation. Admission and parking are free. Food court.

Date: Oct. 16-18

Time: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Location: 1991 Forest Hills Boulevard, Bella Vista

More info: Click here

Artist Market Faire, Bella Vista

The Artist Retreat Center is hosting its first ever Artist Market Faire. Local artists will be selling their handmade wares including jewelry, upcycled art and home decor, found object assemblages, journal covers, wire sculpture and more. There is no admission charge. For information call 

Date: Oct. 17-18

Time: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Location: Artist Retreat Center, inside the historic two-story log home on U.S. 71 B across from Lake Bella Vista, 13467 Lookout Drive.

More info: (479) 268-6463

Ozark Regional Arts and Crafts Festivals

The 23rd Annual Fall Craft Fest will be held in 2 locations, the NW Arkansas Convention Center at the Holiday Inn/Springdale, and the John Q Hammons Convention Center adjacent to the Embassy Suites/Rogers. The festivals are located in the two “finest” facilities in NW Arkansas and represented by the most talented artisans and craftsman from across the country!

Date: Oct. 17-18

Time: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Location: NWA Convention Center, Springdale: John Q. Hammons, Rogers

More info: Click here

CLICK HERE to see what’s else is happening in Northwest Arkansas in October! The calendar of events is packed with lots of fun, including all kinds of Halloween activities!

October 2014: Northwest Arkansas Calendar + Halloween events!

NWA, Halloween 2014, Events and ActivitiesNote: Look for the happy pumpkin next to Halloween-related events

pumpkinFall Carnival, Parsons Stadium

At the Rodeo of the Ozarks. Pride of Texas will be bringing rides for all ages. Armbands will be available.

Date: Oct. 1-5

Time: Varies

Location: Parsons Stadium, Springdale

More info: Click here

Little Sprouts (Theme: Wonderful Weather)

Each Wednesday. A weekly botanically themed program for preschoolers. We will read stories, sing songs, and do fun craft activities. We will meet at 9:30 and 10:15 a.m. No registration required, just show up with your “little sprout.” Admission: free for children, regular admission for adults.

Little-Sprouts-logo-300x212Date: Oct. 1

Time: 9:30 a.m.

Location: Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

More info: Click here

Insect Festival

Date: Oct. 2

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location: Pauline Whitaker Animal Science Center, Fayetteville

More info: Click here

Nightmares Haunted House (scary alert!)

pumpkinHaunting Northwest Arkansas for 27 years. Ride on the Phantom 13 bus to the Nightmares Haunted House. Sponsored by: The Bentonville Lions Club

Dates: Oct. 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 26, 31st, Nov. 1

Time: Bus starts just after sunset

Location: 3706 NW Frontage Road, Bentonville

More info: Click here

Arkansas Apple Festival

Date: Oct. 3-5

Time: Varies

Location: Lincoln

More info: Click here

pumpkinLost Corn Maze (This one is scary, FYI)

Date: Opening weekend Oct. 3-4

Time: Varies

Location: Siloam Springs

More info: Click here

pumpkinHappy Hollow Harvest Moon Festival

The 3rd Annual Happy Hollow Harvest Moon Festival will be on Saturday October 4th 10am-5pm. An Indoor Boutique Show with hands-on educational booths for the kids.  Free Admission. Shopping, Food & Fun for the whole Family.

happy hollowDate: Saturday, Oct. 4

Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Location: Happy Hollow Elementary, Fayetteville

More info: Stay up to date with event info at Happy Hollow Harvest Moon Festival

Tinkerfest (The Amazeum event)

The Amazeum announced the inaugural Tinkerfest presented by 3M to be held 10am – 3pm, Saturday October 4th, 2014 at Old High Middle School in Bentonville.  This event is free and open to the public. Tinkerfest is a hands-on event where makers, artists, and tinkerers showcase their work and attendees of all ages join in the fun. Tinkerfest is a fun family activity where all can experiment and learn things together.

Learn how to pick a lock, how to solder electronics, or how to create an electric circuit. Make gigantic bubbles, launch your own rocket, or discover what goes into making a car by taking one apart.

tinkerfestDate: Oct. 4

Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Location: Old High Middle School, Bentonville

More info: Click here or call 479-696-9280 x 201. Click here if you’d like to bring an activity to Tinkerfest.

Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day

Join the Ozark Off-Road Cyclists volunteers when they provide instruction for your kid that will enable him/her to enhance their riding skills, including how to navigate “all terrain”. In addition to healthy fun, Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day helps develop a connection between kids and the natural world. A Two-Part Ride: 10 – 11 a.m. Take a Kid Mountain Biking Skills Course – This ride is recommended for beginners. Instruction will consist of a brief introduction to riding, an obstacle course, and some smooth single track trail. 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Take a Kid Mountain Biking Main Ride – Join the Ozark Off-Road Cyclists for a fun mountain bike ride along a five-mile section of the Hidden Diversity Trail, including a portion of Townsend Ridge Road. This fun day of learning and riding will be followed by a FREE celebratory hotdog and chips lunch sponsored by the Ozark Off-Road Cyclists. Inportant Note: Helmets are mandatory.

Date: Oct. 4

Time: Basic skills course starts at 10 a.m.

Location: Hobbs State Park

More info: Click here

Demolition Derby

Date: Oct. 4

Time: Gates open at 6; action starts at 7:30 p.m.

Location: Parsons Stadium, Fayetteville

More info: Click here

demolition derby

Sidewalk Sundays at the Walmart Museum

Drop in any time between 2 and 5 p.m. each Sunday for free, family-friendly fun! This will be the last month for the year to enjoy these events. Here’s a list of dates/ activities:

sidewalk sundays new logoSunday, October 5: Create funky pumpkins with Abrakadoodle.

Sunday, October 12: Have fun with classic toys and games.

Sunday, October 19: Create imaginative masks with the Jones Center.

Sunday, October 26: Sword-fighting demonstrations and practice with the NWA Fencing Center.

Date: Every Sunday in October

Time: 2-5 p.m.

Location: Walmart Museum, Bentonville

More info: Visit the Walmart Museum Facebook page at www.facebook.com/walmartmuseum or call 479-273-1329, ext. 2.

pumpkinHobbs State Park Fall Festival

A host of FREE family-orientated events will take place at Historical Van Winkle Hollow as well as the park’s visitor center, both located on Hwy 12 east of Rogers. Bring the entire family to learn about how it was done in the past. Schedule Historic Van Winkle Hollow 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. • Blacksmith demonstration • Civil War physician • Old timey games • Music • Flint knapper • Van Winkle historical presentation • Working portable saw mill • Tall Tales Tellers • Dutch oven demonstration • Trapper • Native Plant sales Schedule Hobbs State Park visitor center 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. • See demonstrations: o Weavers o Lace makers o Spinners • Music • Kid crafts – take home • Short hikes All of these family activities are FREE and the public is welcome. Historic Van Winkle Hollow is located on Hwy 12 about 12 miles east of Rogers. The Hobbs State Park visitor center is located on Hwy 12 just east of the Hwy 12/War Eagle Road intersection.

Date: Oct. 5

Time: 1-4 p.m.

Location: Hobbs State Park, Rogers

More info: Click here or call 479-789-5000

Moms on the Farm Tour

The Moms on the Farm Tour will provide attendees with the opportunity to tour local farms to gain a better understanding of the processes used to provide them and their families with food. During the tour, attendees will visit local beef, dairy and poultry farms, and after the farm tours are completed lunch will be provided and cooking demonstrations will be held at the UA Pauline Whitaker Animal Science Arena. 

moms_on_the_farm_logo_BANNERDate: Oct. 6

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

More info: Click here

YMCA Halloween Carnival

pumpkinThe Mad Scientist, Zombie Zumba, the family fun run, and Say Cheese Photo Booth will all return this year. We will have new carnival games, a Little Spooks area, and Bricks4Kids are all new this year. 

Date: Oct. 9

Time: 4:30-7:30 p.m.

Location: Mercy Family YMCA, Rogers (Village on the Creeks)

More info: Click here

Home Free Vocal Band

WAC_Home_Free_266x200Date: Oct. 9

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: Walton Arts Center

More info: Click here

Pea Ridge Mule Jump

Date: Oct. 11

Time: Starts at 9 a.m.

Location:

More info: Click here

Sid the Science Kid LIVE — Let’s Play!

Imaginations soar when PBS KIDS show Sid the Science Kid LIVE! comes to life in an exciting onstage production from Jim Henson Productions. Together, kids and parents discover the curiosities of the world with characters Sid, May, Gabriela and Gerald. A lively musical score sets the tone for fun and adventure with audience interaction, cooperative problem solving and plenty of laughs. Sid the Science Kid LIVE! will have the whole family cheering, exploring and dancing.

WAC_Sid_Science_266x375Date: Oct. 12

Time: 1:30 and 4:30 p.m.

Location: Walton Arts Center

More info: Click here

Taste of Home Cooking School

There will be food sampling, free recipes, and door prizes. The Taste of Home’s Culinary Specialist, Jamie Dunn, will be there to share her home cooking tips and tricks while demonstrating step-by-step recipes for the season’s best dishes. The cooking show begins at 6:30pm. $10 general admission, $25 for VIP ($15 at the door). 

Date: October 16

Time: 4:30-9:00pm

Location: Springdale Civic Center located at 2323 S. Old Missouri Rd (corner of Hwy 412E and 265)

More info: Visit www.TasteofHome.com/Cooking-Schools.

The Adventures of Robin Hood

Date: Oct. 16

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: Walton Arts Center

More info: Click here

Bill Engvall, Walton Arts Center

Get ready for an evening of standout stand-up as Billboard Comedy Chart topping and American Comedy Award-winning comedian Bill Engvall returns to Walton Arts Center. Perhaps best known as one of Jeff Foxworthy’s comedian friends (along with Ron White and Larry the Cable Guy in the Blue Collar Comedy Tour), it all began in the early ‘90s when Engvall decided to try his hand at stand-up comedy. Then came a decade of TV appearances and sold-out engagements. Fastforward to 2012 when he reunited with Foxworthy for the “Them Idiots Whirled Tour” on CMT, and the rest is history. If you’re looking for fun, fast paced and “fairly clean” comedy chock-full of laughs, this is your ticket!

Date: Oct. 17

Time: 7 and 9:30 p.m.

Location: Walton Arts Center

More info: Click here

Puppets in the Park (Wilson Park, Fayetteville)

Free family festival celebrating the art of puppetry! Games, music, puppet shows for all ages, puppet making workshops, storytelling, food, & GIANT puppet Pageant. Visit http://theartexperienceinc.org/ for full schedule of events.

puppets in the parkDate: Oct. 18

Time: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Location: Wilson Park, Fayetteville

More info: Click here

Centennial Community Cookout and Family Fest

Fayetteville First Assembly of God is celebrating 100 years of service to the Fayetteville community and Northwest Arkansas. There will be free BBQ chicken dinners, $100+ worth of door-prizes, carnival style games, Bouncy Houses, Ladies Pampering Lounge, Men’s Billiard Corner, S’more making and free admission to Tennessee’s Southern Gospel group Heirline in concert at 7 pm. There will also be vendors featuring local community services and businesses offering free or reduced services- including $10 haircuts, health screenings, and more.

Date: Oct. 18

Time: 2-7 p.m. (Free concert at 7)

Location: Fayetteville First Assembly of God

More info: Click here

Haunted Night on the Battlefield

pumpkinDate: Oct. 25

Time: 7-10:45 p.m.

Location: Prairie Grove Battlefield

More info: Click here

Local YA author book signing

LoopKaren Akins of Bentonville has written her first novel called LOOP, which will be released Oct. 21. It’s a Young Adult time travel story and the release signing is going to be at the Rogers Barnes & Noble at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday 10/25.

Date: Oct. 25

Time: 11 a.m.

Location Barnes & Noble, Rogers (Scottsdale Center)

More info: Click here to read more about the event and book

Events on Oct. 31st:

Mall-O-Ween

Children ages 12 and under are invited to trick or treat participating merchants for goodies and treat bags while supplies last. And there will be a costume contest! Prizes will be awarded to the top three in each age group, based on creativity and originality.

Date: Oct. 31

Time: 6-8 p.m.

Location: NWA Mall

More info: Click here for more info on the event, including age groups for the costume contest.

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Goblin Parade

trick-or-treaters2Date: Oct. 31

Time: 3:30-5 p.m.

Location: 3rd and Walnut, Rogers

More info: Click here

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Date: Oct. 31

Time: 8 p.m.

Location: Walton Arts Center

More info: Click here

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