Bentonville Christmas parade returned to downtown Saturday

My husband I have two daughters and a puppy. When I’m not packing the site’s calendar with the best local events, you’ll find me out and about exploring NW Arkansas with my family. This is the first Dog Days of the year, a simple event where people bring dogs to the square for competitions and the dog parade. There are literally dog’s everywhere! There are free dog treats and you can win some serious prizes for you and your dog. Be naughty or nice at Holidaze — This pop-up event has a “naughty” location for the 21 and up crowd open through New Year’s Eve at 101 N.

It is being made into a thirty minute television special with the help of Hershey’s. Improvisation, or improv for short, is a form of artistic expression that we can all use to improve our daily lives. Located on Main Street in Downtown Bentonville, The Improv Lab is a leading voice in the conversation of merging the business of art with the art of business. We all know that a great way to promote your brand is to sponsor something awesome. This event will be no exception.

The Ballet features a community cast of 151 dance students from The Conservatory and the professional guest artists of NWA Ballet Theatre. Monday, September 5th features one of the city’s favorite weekly culinary offerings, Spaghetti Night at Ramo D’Olivo! Don’t forget to add your favorite bottle of wine! Reservations are recommended for this special event. Join in on another exciting trip to Whoville for this second annual event.

Have breakfast with Santa and enjoy cookie and ornament decorating, interactive storytelling and more. Proceeds benefit Oasis of Northwest Arkansas. This annual event welcomes runners and walkers of all levels and ages. Wear your ugly Christmas sweaters, Santa hats, elf ears — anything that sparkles and jingles. Botanical Garden of the Ozarks.

The Appetizer Class will teach attendees how to make bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers, caprese antipasto, seasonal bruschetta, and cauliflower buffalo dip. Tickets cost $65 and the class includes snacks, apps to take home, complimentary beer or wine and 20% off in the store the day of the class. Music is a global language and when musicians come together to speak that language — magic happens. Creativity is sparking in Downtown Bentonville at The House of Songs, an intentional space for local and visiting artists to collaborate, share and grow. Try a bowl of their delicious Tontitown pasta served with Laura’s homemade sauce, an Italian meatball, salad, and bread.

Come support the Fayetteville Fraternal Order of Police Foundation with this fun event that begins with a 6 p.m. Cocktail hour followed by dinner at 7 p.m. The event also includes a silent auction, wine and bourbon pull and music by a DJ.

We encourage everyone to join us celebrating this Holiday event at Downtown Bentonville. Bring your friends and family and help strengthen the presence of this amazing group as part of the Community. Join our mailing list to receive email updates about all of the amazing events happening in Bentonville.

Sunday, September 4th, Oz Art NWA will offer a self-guided mural and neon tour through its Oz Art NWA Map, which can be downloaded and utilized on-demand. During Art & Culinary Week, select Downtown Bentonville restaurants will protective hairstyles for sleeping be offering unique Art & Culinary Week desserts and specials utilizing Ghirardelli chocolate. Please check with restaurants on availability, hours and reservations. We’re planning to have the parade at night again in 2021.

As an area meals writer and Ozark professional, Erin will pack in all the humanities, tradition and historical past data along the way in your guided walking food tour. Lunch and dinner tour choices can be found. The 40-minute ride to Johnson and back on the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad will embody carolers, humorous skits, and even a go to with Santa himself! This popular occasion sells out fast so ensure to purchase tickets early. Expect festivities all through the day in downtown Bentonville together with the Girls on the Run of Northwest Arkansas race and the Miss Winter Wonderland Pageant.

All tailgates begin 2 1/2 hours before kickoff and conclude 30 minutes prior to kickoff. Janelle Y. Hembree Alumni House. And Fayetteville’s Stewart Family is back in action this year, displaying lights from 5—10pm through January 3. The downtown Bentonville Square has 35 miles of lights, on display through January 2. Go ice skating — The seasonal Rink at Lawrence Plaza in downtown Bentonville is open through February.

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