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Since our last issue, we’ve been busy kicking off 2013 with a bang and socializing with the community of Northwest Arkansas at some great philanthropic events. Every year always starts slowly, and this year was no exception. But before we knew it, event season was in full swing. Here is a little taste of what we’ve been up to over the last few months . . .
The year kicked off with the Ozark Guidance Walk a Mile in My Shoes. . . Sale. We stopped by the VIP pre-sale at Arvest Ballpark to peruse the selection of shoes and handbags being sold for the mental health organization. That same weekend was also the Razorback Foundation Red Tie Dinner, where Razorback student athletes were recognized for their achievements. With more interactive events, Literacy Council of Benton County hosted its annual Scrabble Wars and the Boys and Girls Club of Benton County held a Texas Hold’em Tournament.
1 Jackson L. Graves Foundation Ooh! La,la! Rachel Streett and Erin Brady 2 Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families Soup Sunday Afsaneh Nimroozi, Keisha Fowler, Molly Braswell 3 Ozark Guidance Walk a Mile in My Shoes VIP Party Cherise Allison, Lisa Smith, Cortney Zotti, Lisa Adams 4 Razorback Foundation Red Tie Dinner Emily Tubert, Alfred Davis, Hope McLemore, Jeff Long, Patience Beard, Bret Bielema, Jaime Pisani, Chris Wyrick, Austin Cook 5 Literacy Council of Benton County Scrabble Wars Rene Denis and Elizabeth Vazquez 6
At the beginning of February, we donned our masks for the Walton Arts Center’s Masquerade Ball. This masked affair is always a highlight of the year, with great food and entertainment on Baum Walker Stage to support arts education in our community. The following week, the Jackson L. Graves Foundation hosted its annual chocolate and wine-pairing event, Ooh! La, la! featuring creations by Chef Miles James and Chef Vince Pianalto. Sticking with the wine dinner theme, the NWA Wine Opener, an evening of fabulous wines benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation happened just a week later.
Also in February, St. Vincent de Paul School hosted its largest fundraiser of the year, Tapas and Tinis featuring signature martinis and our favorite auctions of the year. That same evening, the Arts Center of the Ozarks changed up their annual event with a new theme—the Flappers and Fellas Ball was a rip-roaring good time.
6 Havenwood Angel Gala Kim and Rich Davis 7 Arts Center of the Ozarks Flappers and Fellas Ball Aimee and Danny Hobson 8 Boys and Girls Club of Benton County Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament John Mauck, Patrick Kunnecke, Bob Hrin, Ted Fox, Kathy Turner, Drew Collum 9 Walton Arts Center Masquerade Ball Colby Irving, Chris Hines, Angela Bonaguera Lyle, Alex May, Jeanetta Irving, Sara Lilygren May, Matthew Lyle, Laura Draper, KT Hines, Scott Draper 7
In Bentonville, the Angel Gala for Havenwood took over the DoubleTree Guest Suites to raise funds for the organization’s transitional housing program for single parents and children. The next day Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families served up specialty soups, gumbos and chili at Soup Sunday. United Way of Northwest Arkansas held its inaugural Bags for Books Luncheon in the first week of March to raise funds for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. REO Speedwagon brought down the house at the American Diabetes Association’s Kiss a Pig Gala—where Ben Thankachan, Chuck Fehlig and Karen Gray all got the honor of kissing this year’s baby pig at the sold out event.
To kick off one of our favorite weeks of the year, NWA Fashion Week, we co-hosted a Launch Party at Prime Lounge with L’Oreal and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse Rogers. The Chancellor Hotel in Fayetteville was taken over by NWA Fashion Week and we didn’t miss a beat. Some of our favorite boutiques and retailers hit the runway and put on quite a display of fashion for philanthropy at
10 American Diabetes Association Kiss a Pig Gala Ryan and Sarah Collins 11 Ozark Literacy Council Piggies Go to Market Party Loren and Roger Cunningham 12 NWA Fashion Week Christi Jenkins, Heather Wolfe, Leslie Hall, Taryn Shannon 13 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation NWA Wine Opener Kara Biggs, Ann Miller, Jeni and Jason Reiser, Sheila Harrell, Josh and Shannon MacNeel 14 Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter Hershey’s Easter Egg Hunt Jeff Harsh, Greg Russell 8
the second annual event. Our favorite shows included Savoir-Faire, The Independent, Masons, Maude, Southern Vintage and of course Lola and Luxe’s Strut for a Mutt which featured puppies so cute they almost stole the show away from the actual fashions on display. Almost. On Thursday night, we snuck away from Fashion Week to attend Ozark Literacy Council’s auction of the Pigshibition pigs at the Piggies Go to Market event. Before March came to a close, we hunted for golden eggs at the Hershey’s Easter Egg Hunt which raised funds and awareness for the Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter. We stopped by the Youth of the Year event at the John Q. Hammons Center to see the incredible impact the Boys and Girls Club of Benton County is making in the futures of children in our area. To close out the month, the Miller McNeil Woodruff Foundation raised awareness and funds for research of Spinal Muscular Atrophy at Cupcakes & Cocktails, where Miller supporters were out in full force to celebrate his life.
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15 Boys and Girls Club of Benton County Youth of the Year Cheryl Lavender and Julie Gudde 16 NWA Fashion Week Launch Party Caroline Corbin and Danielle Vaughan 17 Miller McNeil Woodruff Foundation Cupcakes & Cocktails Shelby and Matt Shy 18 United Way of Northwest Arkansas Bag for Books Luncheon Julie Lolley, Bendi Toland, Lisa Fury, Chelsea Harper 19 St.Vincent de Paul Tapas and Tinis Luisa and Chris Lamson 9
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Off to the races
Though we’re a long way from Churchill Downs, that won’t stop us from reveling the first weekend of May in honor of the “most exciting two minutes in sports”. The Kentucky Derby is the ultimate southern tradition and although we won’t be taking part in Louisville, we’ll be channeling the infield and throwing a fete of our own to celebrate our southern roots.
Champing at the bit
Practice your rendition of “My Old Kentucky Home,” which is traditionally played during the Derby post parade and be ready to sing loud and clear. Save your money to bet on your favorite horse and be sure to work on your wagering strategy. Should you bet on the long shot or stick with the favorite? If you’re like us, it’s all in the name.
Down the stretch
Don your finest derby dress. Leave the racing silks to the jockeys and dig out your pastels and seersucker. It’s springtime in the South, after all. Ladies, don’t forget your derby hat. Pull out all the stops on your millinery creation. Consider the Derby your chance to take a risk and flaunt your fashionable fascinator with pride.
And they’re off
On Derby Day, you can expect a photo finish. We’re serving up the ultimate southern treat, Coca Cola Cake. This deliciously rich chocolate cake is sure to please the crowd. Mint Juleps will be generously poured and sipped throughout the day. The big race may only last a minute or two, but we’ll be celebrating all night long, regardless of how our horses fared—we’re all winners here. We’ll see you in the Winners Circle. Thank you to Pratt Place Barn for allowing us to use their facility and play with their beautiful horses.
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Coca-Cola Cake Recipe CAKE INGREDIENTS 2 cups sugar 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 ½ cups small marshmallows ½ cup butter or margarine ½ cup vegetable oil 3 tablespoons cocoa 1 cup Coca-Cola®
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1 teaspoon baking soda ½ cup buttermilk 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
FROSTING INGREDIENTS ½ cup butter 3 tablespoons cocoa 6 tablespoons Coca-Cola 1 box (16 ounces) confectioners’ sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup chopped pecans
PREPARATION 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. In a bowl, sift the sugar and flour. 3. Add marshmallows. 4. In a saucepan, mix the butter, oil, cocoa and Coca-Cola. Bring to a boil and pour over dry ingredients; blend well. 5. Dissolve baking soda in buttermilk just before adding to batter along with eggs and vanilla extract, mixing well. 6. Pour into a well-greased 9- by-13-inch pan and bake 35 to 45 minutes. 7. To make frosting, combine butter, cocoa and Coca-Cola in a saucepan. Bring to a boil and pour over confectioners’ sugar, blending well. Add vanilla extract and pecans. 8. Once cake is finished baking, remove from oven and frost immediately. 9. When cool, cut into squares and serve.
The Ultimate Mint Julep INGREDIENTS 2 ounces whiskey or bourbon crushed ice 1 ounce mint-infused simple syrup *see below mint sprig
In a tall glass add bourbon, crushed ice, mint-infused simple syrup, and more ice if needed. Stir well and garnish with a mint sprig. For the mint-infused simple syrup: Boil 1 cup sugar and 1 cup of water for 1 minute. Stir until all the sugar has dissolved and the liquid is clear. Reduce heat to medium and simmer for 5 minutes. Turn the heat off and add one bunch of mint sprigs and allow them to steep for 20 minutes. Strain mint leaves and allow the syrup to completely cool before using.
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Wedding season is upon us, and if you’re like us, that means you’ve been inundated with invitations to a variety of nuptials. From quiet church weddings to backyard bazaars, we’ve got an outfit for every occasion. Stock your closet with these staples to take the stress out of wedding season.
daytime wedding Lola Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent Strapless Blanket Scarf Dress, $285
Riffraff Dolce Vita Phoenix Black Suede Heels, $105
Riffraff Street Level Leather Clutch, $62
Glo Limited NWA Deborah Lippmann Nail Color in Stop and Stare, $16 26
Southern Vintage Gold tone fringe necklace, $68
outdoor wedding Chic Costa Blanca Maxi Dress, $84 Witherspoon Optometry Tory Burch Rounded Aviator Sunglasses, $120
Glo Limited NWA Kevyn Aucoin Celestial Bronzing Veil, $45 Laura Mercia Lip GlacĂŠ in Blush, $22
Southern Vintage Drop pearl necklace and bracelet set (comes with matching earrings), $86
Riffraff Coconuts Richie Wedges, $70
Glo Limited NWA Becca Cosmetics Ultimate Eye Colour Quad in Night Star, $40
Tesori Yoana Baraschi White Glaze Dress, $358
Masons Mellie Bianco Studded Crossbody, $74
Southern Vintage Three strand pearl necklace, $14 Art Deco pearl and Rhinestone pendant necklace, $82
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Savoir Faire Oh My Julian Networker Dress, $48 Southern Vintage Silver tone multi-strand beaded necklace, $36 Silver tone bow necklace, $32
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THERE’S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE AT THE WALMART NW ARKANSAS CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY P&G
For the seventh year, the Northwest Arkansas stop
on the LPGA tour is back at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers from June 17 to 23. This much-anticipated event offers an action-packed week filled with daily events for the community, and of course some golfing too from 144 of the best female golfers in the world. This year’s tournament is certain to be better than ever and offer a little something for everyone. If you’re a family of four looking to get out of the house, stop by for kid-friendly activities and some free food. If you’re looking to have fun and wouldn’t mind watching some golf at the same time, don’t miss happy hour at the loudest hole on the LPGA tour. If you’re a fan of golf who would love the chance to see the best players in their sport, get to the greens early and stay late so you don’t miss a minute of the action. Regardless of who you are, the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship is where you want to be June 17 to 23.
For the Family
DON’T LEAVE THE KIDS AT HOME— BRING THEM ALONG FOR FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G is a destination for people of all ages. The week leading up to the tournament offers several events for the community, but of course the highlight of the week is the official tournament play—happening Friday, Saturday and Sunday. As in years past, children ages 17 and under get into the tournament free with a ticketed adult, making the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G a premiere destination for local families looking for an enjoyable and unique experience in their own backyard. If you stop by the course, don’t miss the Dove Kid’s Center for Families. This activity zone found by the 16th green is returning for another action packed weekend and is the perfect place to take the kids. The Dove Kid’s Center features interactive areas set up to entertain the little ones with a bounce house and miniature golf for the next generation of professional golfers, arts and crafts, putt-putt holes and even healthy snacks for the kids. LPGA players will stop by the Dove Kid’s Center to sign autographs for their fans. Of course, a hot summer day isn’t complete without ice cream and at the Dove Kid’s Center there is sure to be plenty. The Dove Ice Cream truck will be on hand all weekend to hand out free sweet treats and keep the kids (and their parents) cool. Earlier in the week, the tournament will once again team up with Pantene Beautiful Lengths to celebrate women’s health. Volunteer hair donors from the community and maybe even an LPGA tour professional or two will donate eight inches of hair to create free, high-quality wigs for women who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment. For the sixth year, Pantene, the LPGA tour and the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G will hold the cutting event at the John Q. Hammons Center on Wednesday of tournament week. Over the years, the event has grown dramatically and increased participants, with over 200 donors last year alone. In total, over 270,000 ponytails have been collected to help create 18,000 wigs for women dealing with cancer. To find out more about getting involved with Pantene Beautiful Lengths or to sign up to donate your hair, visit www.beautifullengthsnwa.com.
Pinnacle Country Club, June 17-23, 2013
For Anyone Looking for a Good Time IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR THE LIFE OF THE PARTY, HEAD TO THE 17TH HOLE. You’ll hear the crowds before you see them at the 17th hole. Known as the loudest hole on the LPGA tour, anyone looking to have a great time should head to the 17th hole to partake in the three-day long party happening there. Join what is sure to be a lively crowd and cheer on the players as they approach the green—you won’t see any polite golf claps here. With the tee moved up this year, the action should prove to be even more exciting and up close and personal for fans and spectators.
Of course the other tour players won’t be left out either. Interaction with the golfers is unparalleled on the 17th hole. LPGA tour players travel across the world for the game of golf, and on 17 they have a chance to experience the unique community spirit found only in Northwest Arkansas. Spectators root for their favorites and cheer on the girls all weekend long. In return, the players are known to reward the crowd with a giveaway or two. Be on the look out for signed merchandise and fun freebies being tossed straight from the Keep an eye out for hometown favorite Stacy Lewis to ap- golfers themselves. proach the green and be ready to call the hogs. A former University of Arkansas golfer, Stacy has been known to site Surrounding the 17th hole are the Malibu Party Deck, Walmart the 17th hole at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship tent and the Ballpark Fan Pavilion—all offering unique experipresented by P&G as her favorite hole on the LPGA tour, ences for spectators and fans at the Walmart NW Arkansas even mentioning the experience in her Arkansas Sports Hall Championship presented by P&G. The Malibu Party Deck is of Fame induction speech earlier this year. She’s sure to join in an exclusive hangout on the green where the Malibu drinks on the calling of the hogs, a much-anticipated tradition every flow heavily throughout the weekend. The Walmart tents time she approaches the crowds on 17. As Stacy battles for offers a birds-eye-view of the action and some shady relief the top spot on the tour, the anticipation to see her play at from what is likely to be scorching temperatures in June. If what many call her hometown tournament is definitely high. you can’t find a spot at the Walmart tent, the Ballpark Fan No doubt Stacy will put on quite the performance throughout Pavilion has additional seating for spectators and up-close the tournament, but especially on 17 where she can let her access to all the action on the 17th hole. personality shine. 35
For the Golf Fan
DIEHARD GOLFERS AND FANS OF THE GAME WILL BE RIGHT AT HOME AT THIS WORLD-CLASS EVENT. The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G will undoubtedly once again feature a strong field of world-class golfers vying to compete for the top prize. The tournament and its surroundings events are unmatched in this region and offer an intimate look at the professional world of golf for the Northwest Arkansas community and golf fans alike. Positioned a week before the U.S. Women’s Open, the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G will be an intense playing field once again this year. The competition will be tight with the tour’s best players hitting the greens in Northwest Arkansas and vying for what is always a top purse on the LPGA tour. Past winners of the tournament include Stacy Lewis, two-time winner Yani Tseng and last year’s winner Ai Miyazato—all top 10 ranked players this year. Though the week of events offer the LPGA players the chance to let loose and have fun before the tournament, by the weekend they are down to business and ready to fight for the top spot and the trophy on Sunday. You can see them daily at the driving range and on the practice putting green, working tirelessly to perfect their game. Follow your favorite golfer around the course for a round or two and you’ll have the opportunity to watch her in action and under pressure to make her best drive down the fairway or drop the perfect putt. Hang out in Autograph Alley by the Pinnacle Clubhouse to collect autographs from the players and chat with them after their rounds. Fan participation at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G is top notch and just one of the aspects that makes this tournament a hole-in-one.
Without the support of its sponsors and the community of Northwest Arkansas, the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G wouldn’t be the successful tournament and destination it is today. We asked a few of the tournament’s supporters to tell us why they look forward to the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G each year. Here is what they had to say . . .
“Between the sponsors and tournament owners—Octagon, we have a shared commitment to making Northwest Arkansas a great place to live and work. We decided early on we wanted to make this one of the signature events in Northwest Arkansas to help put a spotlight on our community. We agreed to make our event much more than just the golf tournament and also showcase the things that make [this area] a great place to live and work like community giving, diversity and empowering women, nature and our environment, and of course the incredible friendliness and hospitality of our people. To date, clearly our biggest impact on the community is through charitable giving which now has already exceeded $1,000,000! Going forward, we will build on that [as a] ‘must-see’ attraction and destination in the region.”
- Jeff Schomburger, P&G LPGA professional Morgan Pressel and Jeff Schomburger at the Pairings Party
“My favorite part of the tournament is following the players. If you stop and think about it, golf is their profession. Like any professional, they are incredibly focused and driven to do their best and be their best. I have the benefit of closing my office door if I’m having a challenging day. We get to watch how they persevere after not doing well on a hole or a miss-hit, and celebrate for them when they sink a birdie putt. Then, when their rounds are over they still have enough energy to be generously approachable with their fans, especially the kids. Many of the fans drive in from surrounding areas to watch them play, but they also make time to see what we have to offer around town. The players get around too and even have their favorite places to shop, like Walmart.”
-Gisel Ruiz, Walmart Gisel Ruiz and Yani Tseng at 2012 Media Day
“The connection the community and the players have [is what makes the tournament special]. I think there is a genuine affection between the players and the fans. Many of the players say this is their favorite tour stop, hands down. We are fortunate to consistently attract the top golfers from the tour year after year. The field is always one of the best on tour. Some of the reasons: The friendly people here, a challenging but fair golf course, one of the tour’s largest purses, and the great amenities in the area—the shops, restaurants, and local attractions. I think hosting this event adds to the quality of life and helps to make Northwest Arkansas an attractive location for local businesses like Walmart, as well as for national companies with a large presence here. It’s also great to see the way the supplier community rallies around the entire event with a common goal of showcasing Northwest Arkansas and the people who live and work here.”
- Mark Henneberger, Walmart Steve Bratspies, Mark Henneberger, Azahara Munoz, Duncan Mac Naughton and David Tovar at the Pro-Am Tournament
“The friendliness of the people in Northwest Arkansas and the energy that is in the air the week of the tournament truly shows the appreciation our community has to host an event of this magnitude. My favorite part of the tournament is the Pairings Party on Tuesday evening. There is fantastic food, great entertainment, but most importantly the opportunity to visit with the players one-on-one and really get to know them off the course. They are truly special ladies and they know how important the community and the sponsors are to the success of the LPGA.”
- Sarah Semrow, Kimberly-Clark
Sarah Semrow at the Women in Networking Breakfast
“The 17th hole is an exciting place to watch the tournament. The fans have the opportunity to really show their support for what the world’s greatest female golfers are capable of. I have a number of favorite memories, but the first that comes to mind is the first year we had the Malibu Party deck on 17. Watching Stacy Lewis approach the green while the fans called the Hogs, followed by her sinking a 10-foot putt for a birdie. The place went nuts. Ever since that moment, Stacy has been gracious enough to tell those playing with her that it’s going to get a little rowdy on 17! My other favorite is Pantene Beautiful Lengths, where people are encouraged to donate their hair to make wigs for those going through cancer therapy. I’ve been fortunate enough to watch this event grow from 10 people donating their hair in 2007, to this year,where we will have over 200 people give for this important cause.”
- Tim Marrin, P&G Heather and Tim Marrin at Pantene Beautiful Lengths
“The event brings our community together and shows the pride we all have in Northwest Arkansas and the state of Arkansas. It is wonderful to see Walmart as the naming sponsor of a very visible women’s event in our hometown. From sponsor involvement in pre-tournament activities to the involvement of young ‘future players’, many people with varied interest get involved. The tournament is one more quality of life reason that we can be proud to call Northwest Arkansas home.”
-Wayne Callahan, HJ Heinz
Wayne and Diane Callahan at the Pairings Party
“I’ve been fortunate to be a part of a sponsor organization (first at Sara Lee and now with Kimberly-Clark) since the beginning of the NW Arkansas Championship. It has been great to see the evolution of the tournament, especially with the difficult start and a rainshortened event back in 2007 to what is now one of the top LPGA stops on tour. The tournament committee has done a fantastic job of attracting high-quality talent. It is one of the top destinations on tour and the LPGA players frequently comment how much they enjoy this tournament because of the fan engagement.”
-Lori Brown, Kimberly-Clark Alison Kenney Paul, Mike Duke and Lori Brown at the Women in Networking Breakfast
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In honor of Father’s Day, we’re spotlighting Northwest Arkansas’ best-dressed fellows who also happen to be dedicated fathers. From little league games to ballet recitals, these guys look fashionable while still holding down a 9 to 5 and proving that men can be fashionable and make doting dads look cool.
Project Superintendent with Crossland Construction Company with son Chace, age 3
Medical Device Representative for Medtronic and Owner of TCBY Northwest Arkansas with son Bennett, age 2
What are your favorites places to shop for clothes? Walker Brothers, Brookes Brothers and Masons How would you describe your style? Confidently casual Has your style change since becoming a dad? Yes, things get dirtier easier. What is your favorite piece of clothing? My Seven jeans. I wear them everyday. 46
Associate Director of Communications, North America Customer Business Development at Procter & Gamble with son Eli, age 4
What are your favorites places to shop for clothes? Dillards, J. Crew and Banana Republic Where does your son Eli get his impeccable style? Eli’s style comes straight from his “Ganyea” or Grandma. Does your style change after you leave the office? Yes, significantly. You’ll usually find me in jeans outside of the office. I love to be more casual and comfortable.
Welcome to a better way to provide health care. Welcome to Mercy Clinic. If you’re looking for a new doctor, look to Mercy Clinic to provide the care you and your family need. When you do, you’ll be connected to a whole team of experts focused on your health. So your family medicine doctor, internist, pediatrician or OB/GYN can connect you to a cardiologist, surgeon, ENT or other specialist, anytime you need it. Also, as a Mercy Clinic patient, you’ll have access to MyMercy, our free online service that makes it easy to send messages to your doctor, view lab results, request appointments and more. Visit mercy.net/nwa to find a Mercy Clinic physician that’s right for you. Or call 888-338-3885 for a referral.
TRÉS CHIC Donny Hubbard
Owner of The Independent with daughter, Aly, age 6, and son Lucas, age 2
How would you describe your style? My style could be described as European, elegant and tailored with pops of color. I’m into the details. Finishing touches like pocket squares and crazy socks are very much my thing. What advice do you have for other dads looking to dress well? My advice would be to make sure your clothing fits right. The devil is in the details and nothing looks worse than wearing stuff that doesn’t fit. Has your style changed since becoming a dad? I think my style has changed a little but that’s mostly because it’s my job to keep up with trends in fashion. Even when my kids were babies I didn’t let my clothing affect how I interacted my kids. Clothing is meant to be lived in. A little baby slobber never hurt anything. 49
Dr. Jason Hurt
OB/GYN at Creekside Center for Women with daughter Ava, age 6 (not pictured twin daughters Elanor and Eliza, age 2)
When you aren’t wearing scrubs, what do you like to wear? I really enjoy getting dressed up and wearing bowties. Dressing up is easy with bowties, because you can keep the staples and mix and match the bow ties. Where do you find your bow ties? Beau Ties Ltd, Brits & Turks or Southern Proper. What are your wardrobe staples? Bow ties and I also love tweed blazers. I’ve brought some back from Ireland. The quality is amazing and they are perfect for colder weather. How has your style changed since becoming a dad? I find that I dress more colorfully because of having little girls. 50
What are your favorites places to shop for clothes? I’m mostly a garage sale, thrift store, and estate sale guy these days. The tux I was married in was from the ’20s and made on Fifth Avenue in New York City. It was thicker wool and designed better than anything I could find at a department store these days. I paid $10 for that suit at a flea market. How would you describe your style? I love classic design in men’s clothes from the ’40s or early ’50s. Things were simple and tough back then. Having a coat that you can pass on and your kids can’t wear it out. What is your favorite piece of clothing you own? My Filson Tin Cloth Field jacket.
Hair Stylist at Dead Swanky Salon with daughter Stella, age 6, and son Seger, age 19 months
Partner and Buyer at The Independent with son Liam, age 6 months
How has your style changed since becoming a dad? It hasnâ€™t changed at all. But I am definitely more conscious of spit up and the occasional change. What is your favorite piece of clothing you own? My Rick Owens Leather Jacket. What are your wardrobe staples? I own a lot of jeans. My favorite brand is Baldwin Jeans, which are made out of Kansas City. How would you describe your style? My style is little rock and roll, or sartorial with an edge. 53
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f you made a list of the ultimate southern fashion accessories, right at the top youâ€™d find sunglass straps. Found around the necks of southern men and women, sunglass straps got their start as a functional wardrobe basic for the farmers, hunters and businessmen who call the South home. What was once a boring marketplace of drab black straps, sunglass straps are now fashion statements meant to be worn, and mix and matched daily depending on your outfit.
Last February, two Arkansas friends set out to refresh this fashion movement through a sunglass strap line called Cotton Snaps. Today, Lance Stokes and Ben Brundick, co-founders of Cotton Snaps, have successfully created the ultimate sunglass accessory and updated a staple of southern wardrobes. Keeping track of your sunglasses has never been so easy or stylish.
Both graduates of the University of Central Arkansas, Lance and Ben started Cotton Snaps in an effort to bring fashion to fit the southern way of life. In addition to Cotton Snaps, the pair are also behind the lifestyle brand, Southern Dignity—a clothing company that creates an array of products from t-shirts, polos, suspenders and of course the iconic bow ties and ties the company is known for. With a deep history in the south, the bow tie has been sported around the necks of southern gentlemen for generations. Found in an array of colors, Southern Dignity bow ties feature the Great Dane logo the brand has become known for—an outline of Lance’s beloved dog, Sam. Bow ties are a must-have accessory for stylish southern men and Southern Dignity is updating this quintessential southern style. Through Cotton Snaps, Lance and Ben have revived a functional element of the everyday outfit for both southern men and women, making them more stylish and able to be worn with any outfit on any occasion. Offering a wide array of fabrics, colors and styles—from plaids to prints, solids, ginghams and stripes—these sunglass straps easily add flair to an ensemble and are refreshing this staple wardrobe piece for generations to come. In just the year since founding both companies, Lance and Ben now offer a variety of products to fit the Southern way of life. From game day fashions, hunting season and everything in between, Southern Dignity and Cotton Snaps are sure to fit every occasion in the southern way of life. Both brands are sold throughout the Southeast United States, and can be found locally at Something Urban, Walker Brothers and The Mustache: Goods & Wears.
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The fun-filled, SURE-FIRE
memory making list of 33 THINGS TO
DO,SEE AND EAT AROUND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS FOR ENTERTAINMENT,
distraction and sanity THROUGHOUT THE 93 SCORCHING
hot days of summer. 65
1MAKE A SPLASH AT THE 6COOL DOWN BENTONVILLE SPLASH PAD With more than 80 fountain jets, the Splash Pad at Lawrence Plaza is the perfect way to spend a hot summer afternoon.
2GO ON A QUEST TO FIND THE
BEST SNO CONE IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS
3GET ENGAGED IN THE BEAUTY OF THE OZARKS
Take a stroll through the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks and enjoy luscious gardens and plants at your fingertips.
“WINDOW SEAT TO HISTORY”
AT THE JONES CENTER
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Get our your rods and reels and head to the nearest lake or river. Turn to page 81 for the Top 5 Fishing Holes in Arkansas.
8GO UP, UP AND AWAY 13RUN THE BASES Check out the Arkansas Hot Air Balloon Festival in Harrison and enjoy a tethered hot air balloon ride on September 7.
AT ARVEST BALLPARK
Cheer on the Naturals at a Family Sunday game where kids 12 and under eat free and can run the bases after every Sunday home game.
SPEND A WEEK AT 9WITNESS FEEDING TIME 14 THE WALMART NW Over 1,000 pounds of meat are fed to the tigers, cougars and lions of Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge once a day. Call ahead to see what time so you don’t miss out on any of the excitement.
For the best views of Devil’s Den State Park, trek the three-mile Yellow Rock Trail.
10HIKE TO THE TOP Take a ride aboard the Arkansas Missouri Railroad on one of the passenger train’s biweekly services throughout Northwest Arkansas.
11OOH AND AAH
FIREWORKS AT THE CROSSES OVER THE
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ARKANSAS CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY P&G
To find out what’s going on each day, check out page 31.
VISIT ALL OF THE LOCAL
16TAKE A CANOE TRIP ON THE
SUSTAINABILITY AT THE
24TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
18TAKE A DIP AT THE
19EXPLORE TERRA STUDIOS
20HAVE A “GRAPE” TIME
Enjoy the tradition of the 114th annual Tontitown Grape Festival on August 6 through August 11.
FOR THEIR FAMOUS MILKSHAKES AND FRIES
22CELEBRATE THE ARTS IN ALL ITS FORMS
Throughout the month of June, join Downtown Bentonville for the Art & Culinary Festival with special culinary events, art shows, children’s activities, and chef demonstrations.
23DAY TRIP TO
SILVER DOLLAR CITY
OF NWA’S FOOD TRUCKS
Check out page 75 for a map of our favorites.
29PACK A PICNIC
ROGERS AQUATIC CENTER
Newly opened this summer, be one of the first to check out the brand new Rogers Aquatic Center featuring slides, a lazy river, plunge pool, leisure pool and even a rock-climbing wall.
28TAKE A TASTING TOUR
Enjoy scenic Lake Fayetteville with a picnic on a hot summer day.
Head to Gentry for the 400-acre Wild Wilderness Drive-Through Safari, home to a variety of exotic animals in a natural environment. The safari consists of a four-mile drive-through, petting parks and walk-through areas where visitors can interact with animals on-site.
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GULLEY PARK SUMMER
31CATCH A MOVIE AT
THE 112 DRIVE IN
AT THE 69TH ANNUAL
RODEO OF THE OZARKS
26GET READY TO
32INDULGE IN THE
Celebrate heading back to school at Downtown Bentonville’s August First Friday with a two-day children’s event featuring activities, music and entertainment.
Spoil yourself and head to The Buss Stop in Garfield for a giant ice cream cone.
GO BACK TO SCHOOL
27DIVE IN FOR A MOVIE Go for a swim and watch a flick at The Wilson Park Pool in Fayetteville.
ULTIMATE SUMMER TREAT
AFTERNOON WALKING THROUGH HISTORIC
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From family-pleasing meals to tasty snacks and treats, the frozen aisle is packed with delicious new options youâ€™ll love. And with savings like these, itâ€™s the perfect time to try them all!
Don’t let any April showers rain on your parade— make a splash with these waterproof wardrobe staples. for the guys Victorinox Swiss Army Davos Jacket, $295
Tumi Small Auto Close Umbrella, $50
Tretorn Bomanbeck Boots, $120
for the girls
Felix Rey Rain Rain Go Away Clear Umbrella, $65 70
Kate Spade Checkered Franny Coat, $528
Hunter Champery Boots, $99
for the kids totes Kids Dot Bubble Umbrella, $22
Juicy Couture Giselle Kid Boots, $88
Ralph Lauren Taffeta Raincoat, $99.50
Western Chief Classic Firechief Boot, $30
Stella McCartney Johnnie Parka, $255
Hatley Blue Fun Stars Kidsâ€™ Umbrella, $19.99
Fabulous finds for
under $50 Tesori Jealous Tomato Hi-low Dress, $48 Glo Limited NWA Stephanie Johnson Laura Large Trapezoid in Tucson Sky, $40
The Independent V.K. Nagrani socks, $40 a pair
Southern Vintage White and Gold Beaded Necklace, $26 Gold Chain Pearl Necklace, $24
Savoir Faire Urban Expressions Handbag, $48
Maude AJ Coup Initial Necklace, $18 AJ Coup Arkansas State Charm Necklace, $19
Lola Hanky Panky Thong, $20 a pair
Riffraff Breckelleâ€™s Suede Flats, $18
Masons Angel Court Earrings, $48 a pair
1. Crepes Paulette
2. Big Rub BBQ
From late night fare to quaint lunch spots tucked around the area, these mobile vendors have become staples in our daily diets. Not only are they convenient for our on-the-go lifestyles, but they also serve up some of the best food in an array of cuisines—no matter what you’re looking for, you can find a truck to satisfy your taste buds. Here are a few to check out the next time you are out and about in our area and looking for a quick bite to eat.
Northwest Arkansas has become a bustling metropolis right before our eyes and with that has come the mobile cuisine trend found in many big cities across the country. Not one to be left out, our Northwest Arkansas community offers plenty of food trucks and drive-by dining options that are bringing a whole new meaning to fast food.
3. Teri-Rocki Road
4. Pedal Pops
5. Parks Purity Pie Company
6. Nomad’s Natural Plate 7. Taste Buds
8. The Smoothery
6 8 Blvd
WHERE 213 NE A Street, Bentonville HOURS Wednesday-Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. SIGNATURE DISH La Complète PRICE $7
VERDICT Escape to France right off the Bentonville square with the help of Crepes Paulette. This classic savory crêpe is made with black forest ham, Tillamook sharp cheddar cheese and egg inside a buckwheat crepe and served piping hot. Polish it off with one of Crepe Paulette’s sweet desert crêpes to get the complete experience.
Big Rub BBQ
WHERE 213 NE A Street, Bentonville HOURS Tuesday-Saturday11 a.m. to 3 p.m. SIGNATURE DISH Taco Sombreso PRICE $4.50
VERDICT A flavorful and smoky taco of brisket burnt ends, cheese, onion, tomato, cilantro and Big Rub’s secret Brisket sauce on a homemade tomato. This unconventional taco and barbeque truck off the Bentonville Square is full of surprises. For an additional bonus, stop by their cart on Dickson for late night fare.
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Asian fusion cuisine served out of a renovated school bus with various locations throughout Northwest Arkansas, but can be found most frequently on the Bentonville Square. Follow the truck on Twitter @terirockiroad for up-to-date location information.
Extremely mobile all-natural frozen fruit and milk pops without any added sugar, high fructose corn syrup, colors or preservatives. You can find Pedal Pops throughout Northwest Arkansas at various locations and for sale daily at retailers throughout the area. Find exact locations on their website at www.pedalpops.me.
Parks Purtiy Pie Co.
WHERE 617 N. College Avenue, Fayetteville HOURS Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. SIGNATURE DISH Dutch Apple Pie with Salted Caramel Sauce PRICE $4.49/slice or $22.50/ 9” pie VERDICT Deliciously sweet apple pie in a flaky homemade crust complete with a streusel topping and homemade caramel sauce. These pies sell out daily, so stop by early and expect to want more than just one slice.
Nomad’s Natural Plate
WHERE Various locations, usually found outside of Nightbird Books on Dickson Street in Fayetteville HOURS Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday-Saturday, 11 to 1 a.m. SIGNATURE DISH Falafel with Pita Fries PRICE $9
VERDICT Deep fried balls of ground garbanzo beans served in a pita pocket paired perfectly with pita fries. Anytime of day, Nomad’s has mastered the Middle Eastern cuisine of gyros and falafels.
BBQ and Mexican fusion fare found behind Bugsy’s (526 W. Dickson) in Fayetteville, open Monday through Saturday from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Serving tacos, sliders, sandwiches and more, this truck offers perfect late night cuisine to satisfy your “taste buds.”
Offering both smoothies and other light snacks such as hot dogs, bagels and soup, The Smoothery is open seasonally. This truck is located at 712 W. Martin Luther King Boulevard in Fayetteville and serves up fresh smoothies daily.
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not really Camping season is upon us and with it, we’re heading off to the great outdoors for a night under the stars. Thankfully these days going camping doesn’t mean you have to go without the amenities of home. If you’ve got the right gear, a night in the wilderness could still feel pretty luxurious. No roughing it necessary.
Mountain Hardwear Drifter 3 DP tent, $285
Helinox Chair, $89.95 Deuter ACT Trail backpack, $129
Osprey Kyte 46 Backpack, $169 Thermarest Compression Pillow, $22.95
Sea to Summit XPlate, $19.95
Lowa Renegade Low hiking boots, $200
MSR Flex Skillet, $29.95
Petzl Tikka XP 2 headlamp, $54.95 All products are available for purchase at Pack Rat Outdoor Center in Fayetteville.
Big Agnes Lulu sleeping bag, $169.95 79
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Exploring Arkansas’ Top Five Fishing Holes Did you know? The Natural State offers 600,000 acres of lakes and 9,700 miles of streams and rivers. With those numbers, we’re bound to have some of the best fishing right in our backyard. Armed with our fishing poles and bait, we went on a mission to find the best fishing holes Arkansas has to offer. From catfish, trout, crappie, bass and bream, these rivers and lakes offer it all. Whether you’re hitting the road for a weekend at the lake or hopping in the car for a quick jaunt to the water—here are five spots that will not disappoint. HOOK, LINE, AND SINKER. 81
1. Bull Shoals Lake Named one of the country’s Top 100 Bass Lakes by Bassmaster Magazine, Bull Shoals offers one of the finest fishing and boating destinations in the nation. In the early spring, walleye and white bass run in the upper reaches of the 45,000-acre lake. Surrounded by a state park, Bull Shoals is as picturesque as they come.
2. White River Framed by scenic limestone bluffs, the upper White River offers an assortment of bass, catfish and sunfish. But it is the part below Bull Shoals Dam that is noteworthy—a premier 100-mile trout stream
renowned for its record rainbow
and brown trout. Fly-fishing is popular on the White River, but flat-bottomed johnboats are a great method of fishing and soaking in the views of the scenery along the river.
3. Lake Ouachita Arkansas’ largest reservoir, the 40,000-acre Lake Ouachita offers fishing for striped and largemouth bass and other sport fish in the backdrop of outstanding scenery. While you’re there, try your hand at scuba diving, pleasure boating, sailing and water skiing—all popular activities on this lake.
4. Lake Dardanelle With over 34,000 acres of boating and fishing water, Lake Dardanelle is an extremely accessible lake and a major reservoir on the Arkansas River. Known as the Arkansas River’s best striper pool, Lake Dardanelle also boasts populations of big catfish, native white bass and excellent bream fishing.
5. Lake Chicot Take a trek to southeast Arkansas to visit the state’s largest natural lake right outside Lake Village (about five hours from Fayetteville). In the spring, fishing for crappie, bass and bream is popular on the lake’s upper end. If you’re looking for catfish, Lake Chicot is the perfect spot year-round.
Our hometown lake isn’t a bad one for fishing either. The man-made Beaver Lake offers smallmouth bass fishing, largemouth bass fishing and striper bass fishing, as well as copious supplies of crappie, bream, white bass, channel and spoonbill catfish. If you’re looking for a quick day in the sun, Beaver Lake is as close to home as you can get. All photos provided by the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism.
04APRIL2013 4.4.13 10TH ANNUAL NWACC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP GALA
Help celebrate the 10th Annual “Plant a Seed” Scholarship Gala at the John Q. Hammons Center in Rogers. Proceeds benefit student scholarships. Tickets are available by calling 479.619.4184 or online at www.nwaccfoundation.org.
4.5.13 THE BIG PARTY FAYETTEVILLE JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE
In the midst of dancing the night away to a rockin’ live band, attendees show their support by bidding on silent and live auction items. For more information, visit www.fayettevillejcl.org.
4.5.13 2013 FELLOWSHIP DINNER UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS CRU
NWACC Foundation Scholarship Gala Melba Shewmaker, Meza Harris and Roger Lee Harrison
4.1.13 PINWHEELS FOR PREVENTION CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER OF BENTON COUNTY
4.6.13 ART EXPERIENCE WALNUT FARM MONTESSORI SCHOOL
Join the campaign to kick off Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month at Dave Peel Park in Bentonville at 11:30a.m. for a hotdog lunch. Then at 1p.m., place pinwheels for each confirmed child abuse case at several locations across Benton County. Visit www.cacbentonco.com for more information.
See a gallery of artists, silent and live auctions, and artwork from Walnut Farm Montessori School children at the Metroplex Event Center in Rogers. For more information, please contact Kelly Henslee at 479.871.6934 or visit www.walnutfarmartexperience.com.
4.2.13 WASHINGTON REGIONAL ANNUAL GALA & EAGLE AWARDS PRESENTATION
4.6.13 MARCH FOR BABIES
WASHINGTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION
Each spring, the foundation hosts this gala and presents awards for outstanding health leadership. Proceeds benefit various organizations and projects that promote community health causes. For more information, call 479.444.9888 or please visit www.wregional.com. 84
Celebrate what God is doing in the lives of students at the University of Arkansas with guest speaker Mike Duke at Cross Church Pinnacle Hills. The 12th annual Fellowship Dinner benefits Campus Crusade for Christ and Athletes in Action at the University of Arkansas. Visit www.crudinner.com for more information.
MARCH OF DIMES
Join the March for Babies at Arvest Ballpark and help give hope to the more than half a million babies born too soon each year. For more information, please visit www.marchforbabies.org.
4.9.13 BUTTERFLIES & BLOOMS SAVING GRACE
The fourth annual Butterflies & Blooms Luncheon will benefit Saving Grace’s residential home for young women who have aged out of foster care or are homeless. Support of the luncheon will directly impact the lives of these young women, a vibrant part of our community. For more information, please visit www.savinggracenwa.org.
4.13.13 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS HEART WALK AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
The Northwest Arkansas Heart Walk, held at Arvest Ballpark, raises funds for education and research of America’s number one and four killers, heart disease and stroke. Please visit www.nwaheartwalk.org for more information or to start a team.
4.13.13 CONSTRUCTION BASH CASA OF NORTHWEST ARKANSAS
The 10th annual Playhouse Palooza wraps up with the Construction Bash at the Springdale Convention Center. The evening will include an auction of one-of-a-kind playhouses with proceeds benefiting CASA’s mission of advocating for the abused and neglected children in Northwest Arkansas. For more information, visit www.nwacasa.org.
4.13.13 AREA III COMPETITION GAMES SPECIAL OLYMPICS ARKANSAS
Athletes in Northwest Arkansas will compete to qualify and proceed to state level competition. Events will take place at the Fayetteville High School Track. Contact Donna Kilmer at 479.366.3216 for more information.
4.13.13 SUNSHINE GALA BENTON COUNTY SUNSHINE SCHOOL
The school’s signature fundraiser will be at Horton Farms in Bentonville. Since 1958, the school has been serving Northwest Arkansas residents with developmental disabilities or delays, and children who are at risk. Tickets are $100. For more information, call Summer Backstrom at 479.636.3190 or visit www.nwabcss.org.
4.13.13 - 4.14.13 37TH ANNUAL HOGEYE MARATHON & RELAYS
CHAMPIONS FOR KIDS
This two-day event kicks off with the Hogeye Kid’s Marathon. The next day, the Hogeye Marathon, Half Marathon and Relays will take place around the Fayetteville Square. A portion of entry fees are donated to local charities. For more information, visit www.hogeyemarathon.com.
Abbott Nutrition RazorFest, a signature Champions for Kids’ event, is held in partnership with the Razorback Red-White game each spring. The event features free fun zones, games, music, mascots and giveaways. For more information, please visit www.championsforkids.org/razorfest.
4.19.13 5K GLOW RUN
4.20.13 DANCING WITH THE STARS CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF NORTHWEST ARKANSAS
CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER OF BENTON COUNTY
Join the CAC for the 2nd Annual 5k Glow Run. Family-friendly nighttime events including a One-Mile Fun Walk around the lake, a 100-Yard Super Hero Dash, and a chip timed 5K Glow Run at Village On The Creeks in Rogers. Sign up at www.race-wizard.com or check out the Glow Run Facebook page.
4.19.13 TAKE BACK THE NIGHT MARCH
This sixth annual event will be held at the John Q. Hammons Center in Rogers, features local celebrity dancers and benefits the Children’s Museum of Northwest Arkansas. This organization is working to create a first class Children’s Museum in Northwest Arkansas. For more information, please visit www.nwachildrensmuseum.org.
4.20.13 NWA WALK MS
This 11th annual event is hosted by R.E.S.P.E.C.T. and University Health Services. The march will begin at 7p.m. at the Arvest Plaza on the Fayetteville Square with closing events on the University of Arkansas campus. For more information, please call 479.575.7252.
NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY
4.19.13 GREAT FUTURES GALA
NWA AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF BENTON COUNTY
Attend the annual Great Futures Gala at the John Q. Hammons Center in Rogers at 6:30p.m. Tickets start at $100. For more information, visit www.bgcbentoncounty.org or call 479.273.7187.
Put on your tennis shoes for this event. This year’s walk will take place at Lake Fayetteville. For more information, call 501.663.8104 or visit www.msarkansas.org.
4.20.13 AIM (AUTISM INVOLVES ME) WALK The 4th Annual AIM 5k/walk will be at Gracepoint Church in Bentonville including a Community Resource Fair and a Kid’s Zone. Proceeds provide grants to families that have a family member with an autism spectrum disorder. For more information, visit www.aimwalk.org.
4.26.13 PASTA PARTY SUSAN G. KOMEN FOR THE CURE OZARK AFFILIATE
The 2013 Annual Pasta Party brought to you by Washington Regional Medical Center is from 6p.m. to 9p.m. at Pratt Place Inn. Tickets are $25. For more information, call 479.750.PINK (7465) or please visit www.komenozark.org.
4.27.13 STARLIGHT GALA NORTHWEST ARKANSAS CHILDREN’S SHELTER
The 11th annual Starlight Gala will be a night of elegance, entertainment and enterprise like no other. The night includes major musical entertainment, live and silent auctions, and delicious food and beverages. For more information, contact Linda Phillips at email@example.com or 479.795.2417.
4.27.13 RACE FOR THE CURE SUSAN G. KOMEN FOR THE CURE OZARK AFFILIATE
The 15th annual Race for the Cure will be held at the Pinnacle Hills Promenade Mall in Rogers. There will be a competitive 10K and 5K race as well as the traditional 5K and one-mile Family Run/Walk. Participants can also participate in Bark for the Cure or Sleep In for the Cure. For more information, visit www.komenozark.org.
4.27.13 BIG BASS TOURNAMENT PAGNOZZI CHARITIES
Get out those rods and reels for the second annual Big Bass Fishing Tournament on Beaver Lake with weigh-in locations at Prairie Creek and Hickory Creek. Help open the door of athletic experience to disadvantaged youth through positive life experiences. Please visit www.pagnozzicharities.org for details.
4.28.13 ANNUAL WINE DINNER RESTORE HUMANITY
Join Restore Humanity for a night of delicious food and wine at Bordinos—all supporting their work in Kenya. Four different vintages of wine will be served while Bordinos’ Head Chef creates a three course meal to compliment each. Limited seating. For more information, visit www.restorehumanity.org.
Boys and Girls Club of Benton County Great Futures Gala Jacob Hutson, Joe Grady, Stephanie Brown, Bob Hrin and Jim Breach
05MAY2013 5.3.13 - 5.12.13 LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE
5.4.13 NITE AT THE RACES
ROGERS LITTLE THEATER
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
Based on the bestselling book by Illene Beckerman. On May 12, the Theater will host a special Mother’s Day Pink Ribbon Brunch. For tickets or more information, contact the Box Office at 479.631.9899 or visit www.rogerslittletheater.org.
Come make your bets and support Arkansas Children’s Hospital at the University of Arkansas Alumni house for the running of the Kentucky Derby and auctioning off the Derby horses along with a unique version of horse racing just like Oaklawn. To reserve tickets or table or for more info, call Mary Lewellan at 479.725.0405.
5.4.13 HEATHER RIDLEY-FLEEMAN BATTLE FOR HOPE HOPE CANCER RESOURCES
LifeSource International Gala Bruce Johanson, Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan and Ernie Conduff
5.2.13 NUTURING HOPE GALA LIFESOURCE GALA
LifeSource’s annual gala will be held at the Fayetteville Town Center. Money raised will support LifeSource programs for those in need. For more information, contact Serina Tustin at 479.521.4000 or visit www.lifesourceinternational.org.
5.3.13 GOLD RUSH RUN BENTONVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOUNDATION
The Gold Rush 5K Run and one-mile fun run begin on the Bentonville square. This year’s event will include the elementary and middle school running clubs, and proceeds will benefit students in the district. Entry forms will be available on www.bentonvilleschoolfoundation.org.
5.3.13 - 5.4.13 GARDEN DAYS AND 4TH ANNUAL PLANT SALE THE PEEL COMPTON FOUNDATION
Held at Compton Gardens, there will be a public plant sale and educational stations for children throughout the garden. For more information, please visit www.peelcomtpon.org/plantsale. 86
5.4.13 7TH ANNUAL HOPE GALA
Put your running shoes on for the 9th annual run in honor of Heather, who passed away from colon cancer in 2004. There’s a 5K, 10K, Family Fun Walk and Kids’ Races at the Old Tiger Stadium in Bentonville. Visit www.heathersraceforhope.com for more information.
5.4.13 TEAL IN THE PARK
5.4.13 CELEBRATION OF HEROES
AMERICAN RED CROSS
The Northwest Arkansas Naturals are stepping up to the plate for mental wellness and partnering with Ozark Guidance. This is a great event for the entire family with special activities for the children. All the proceeds will stay in Northwest Arkansas to provide counseling services for children. For more information, call 479.750.2020 or visit www.ozarkguidance.org.
Celebrate the extraordinary courage, compassion and commitment of ordinary people who serve as Red Cross volunteers and those who performed selfless, heroic acts when called upon. For more information, please visit www.arkansasredcross.org.
5.4.13 FAYETTEVILLE GREAT STRIDES WALK CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION
Join this family-friendly walk at the Gardens on the University of Arkansas campus. Registration begins at 8a.m. and the walk begins at 9a.m. Includes food, entertainment and games. For information, please visit www.cff.org or call 479.442.0233.
5.4.13 TOUCH A TRUCK JUNIOR LEAGUE OF NORTHWEST ARKANSAS
Bring your kids to climb, explore and discover their favorite things on wheels. There will be plenty of fun for the entire family. Visit www.juniorleaguenwa.org or please call 479.751.7054 for more information.
Run for the roses with the Northwest Arkansas branch of JDRF at its derby-themed gala. Sip mint juleps and enjoy the Kentucky Derby at Horton Farms in Bentonville. For more information, call 479.443.9190 or visit www.jdrf.org.
5.6.13 20TH ANNUAL MERCY GOLF CLASSIC MERCY HEALTH FOUNDATION NORTHWEST ARKANSAS
The 20th annual Mercy Golf Classic will be held at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers. Proceeds will enhance health care services in Northwest Arkansas. For more information, call 479.338.2990 or visit www.mercy.net/northwestar/giving.
5.6.13 CELEBRATE LITTLE MOMENTS BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS
Held at Serendipity in Downtown Rogers to honor Big Brother, Sister and Family of the Year with guest speaker, Sharon Orlopp, Global Chief Diversity Officer & SVP, Corporate People at Walmart; and Brett Bielema, Head Football Coach at the University of Arkansas. Tickets for this event are $30 each. Visit www.bbbsnwa.org for more information.
5.10.13 GET OUT AND PLAY CORPORATE GAMES
5.11.13 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS HEART BALL
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
Teams with six to 10 members will compete in field activities such as kickball, volleyball, horseshoes, ladder golf and an obstacle course—all held at the Benton County Fairgrounds. For more information, visit www.pagnozzicharities.org.
The Northwest Arkansas Heart Ball, held at the John Q. Hammons Center in Rogers, is for corporations and individuals passionate about the American Heart Association’s life saving mission to build healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Please visit www.heart.org/nwaheartball for event updates and attendance information.
5.10.13 CHIK-FIL-A LEADERCAST WORKMATTERS
Join over 1,600 leaders in Northwest Arkansas for the 10th annual WorkMatters Chick-fil-A Leadercast and hear from world class leaders aand learn to Simply Lead. This one-of-a-kind event will be broadcast live from Atlanta and simulcast to northwest Arkansas and other sites around the world. You can expect to be challenged, inspired, encouraged. Visit www.workmatters.org for more information.
5.11.13 GARDENS UNCORKED THE PEEL COMPTON FOUNDATION
The Gardens Uncorked is an annual wine-tasting and guided tour through the Compton Gardens. Tickets are $75 per person. Visit www.peelcompton.org for more information.
5.11.13 15TH ANNUAL KENDRICK FINCHER YOUTH RUN KENDRICK FINCHER HYDRATION FOUNDATION
The Kendrick Fincher Youth Run is free and available for grades Kindergarten though eighth, and the 5K run/walk is open to all ages. The day will also include fun family activities at the Pinnacle Hills Promenade. For more information and registration, visit www.kendrickfincher.org or call 479.986.9960.
5.11.13 FORT SMITH GREAT STRIDES WALK CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION
Join this family-friendly walk at the Creekmore Park in Fort Smith. Includes food, entertainment, games and vendor give-aways. For more information, visit www.cff.org or call 479.442.0233.
5.16.13 GREENING OF THE GARDEN BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE OZARKS
Kick off the summer season with the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks’ signature event. For more information, please call 479.750.2620 or visit www.bgozarks.org.
5.17.13 - 5.18.13 SPRING FLING LUAU OPEN AVENUES
Play in the golf tournament at Shadow Valley Country Club in Rogers on May 17 and relax at the Spring Fling Luau at Embassy Suites on May 18. Open Avenues is a training organization for adults with disabilities in Northwest Arkansas. For more information, call 479.636.5082 or visit www.openavenues.org.
5.18.13 DOGWOOD WALK
5.18.13 RUN FOR YOUTH YOUTH BRIDGE, INC.
Join Youth Bridge for this run for all ages. The 1k fun run/walk and 5k run will benefit local area youth. For more information, please visit www.youthbridge.com.
5.18.13 BENTONVILLE GREAT STRIDES WALK CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION
Join this family-friendly walk at the Bentonville Plaza. Registration begins at 4p.m. and the walk begins at 5p.m. Includes food, entertainment, games and vendor give-aways. For information, visit www.cff.org or call 479.442.0233.
5.20.13 GOLF CLASSIC NORTHWEST ARKANSAS CHILDREN’S SHELTER
This day of golf and good times for a great cause includes: four-player scramble, morning and afternoon flights, top prizes for each flight, hole prizes, on-course contests, on-course refreshments, lunch and gifts for each player. For more information, contact Linda Phillips at Linda@nwacs.org or 479.795.2417.
5.31.13 BEAT THE HEAT SUMMER SWING
HUMANE SOCIETY OF THE OZARKS
KENDRICK FINCHER HYDRATION FOUNDATION
The 21st annual Dogwood Walk will be held at Gulley Park in Fayetteville. It will include contests, demonstrations and a walk around the park. Participants are encouraged to bring their dog(s). Please visit www.hsozarks.org for more information.
This golf tournament at Shadow Valley Country Club that has more fun and games than your average golf tournament. Find out more information and register online at www.kendrickfincher.org or please call 479.986.9960.
5.18.13 A JOHN WILLIAMS TRIBUTE
5.2013 (TBD) MEN’S NIGHT
SYMPHONY OF NORTHWEST ARKANSAS
and Blooms Saving Grace Butterflies Susan Duke, Janina Darker and Brittney Duke
St. Joseph Catholic Chu rch and School Men’s Night Dwayne Craig, Jeff Sch omburger, Doug Sperber and Bria n Alderson
SoNA’s last concert of the season pays tribute to a genius (John Williams) who has brought to life so many of our favorite movies over the last half century. Please call 479.443.5600 for more information.
ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SCHOOL
This fundraiser is a time for all guys to enjoy being a man with steaks, beer and live music. For more information, call Bethany Atchley at 479.200.5121.
06JUNE2013 6.7.13 - 6.15.13 LOMBARDI
ROGERS LITTLE THEATER
Vince Lombardi, unquestionably one of the most inspirational and quotable personalities of all time. The show run will include a Father’s Tailgate Brunch on June 16. For more information, please visit www.rogerslittletheater.org.
6.8.13 BARN DANCE HORSES FOR HEALING
The Barn Dance is held at the therapeutic riding center west of Bentonville and will include live music and dancing, a barbecue feast and more. Tickets are $100. Visit www.horsesforhealingnwa.org or call 479.795.0570 for more information.
6.8.13 HOSPICE SUMMER GARDEN PARTY WASHINGTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION Washington Regional Medical Center Foundation Summer Garden Party Tommy and Sylvia Boyer
6.1.13 SUMMER FUN RUN CIRCLE OF LIFE HOSPICE
The Summer Fun Run’s 7th annual “Ride for Life” benefits Circle of Life Hospice. For more information, visit www.summerfunrun.org.
6.1.13 - 7.27.13 BOWL FOR KIDS’ SAKE BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NWA
Teams of five to eight are formed and each bowler raises at least $100 prior to the event. All proceeds go to support mentoring relationships. For more information or to register your team, please call 479.966.4366 or visit www.bfksnwa.kintera.org.
6.7.13 RELAY FOR LIFE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
The journey to end cancer starts with a single step. The American Cancer Society invites you to take that step by joining the global Relay For Life movement. For more information, visit www.relayforlife.org.
The garden party is one of the most well attended summer parties. Celebrating its 22nd year, this fundraiser benefits Northwest Arkansas patients and families facing life-limiting, terminal illness. Please call 476.444.9888 or visit www.wregional.com for more information.
6.13.13 AAO CLASSIC ARKANSAS ATHLETES OUTREACH
This year’s outing will be held at the Shadow Valley Country Club in Rogers. All proceeds will help further AAO’s mission of mentoring youth through sports to “Live, Train and Play Like a Champion.” For more information, call 479.442.9979 or visit www.aaoteam.org.
6.13.13 COCKTAILS IN THE GARDEN BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE OZARKS
Cocktails in the Garden is a casual, social event that pairs a special beverage with a garden feature and includes light hor d’oeuvres. Please call 479.750.2620 or visit www.bgozarks.org for more information.
Walmart NW Arkansas Champions hip presented by P&G 2012 Winner Ai Miyazato
6.13.13 - 6.15.13 13TH ANNUAL ART OF WINE FESTIVAL WALTON ARTS CENTER
Enjoy three days of everything wine; including tasting classes, festival favorite Uncorked!, a Premier Tasting, auctions and cuisine from local restaurants to benefit arts education. For tickets and more information, please visit www.waltonartscenter.org or call 479.443.5600.
6.15.13 TOUR DE FUN TEEN ACTION & SUPPORT CENTER
Held again in Downtown Rogers, the Tour de Fun will feature a 5k timed run as well as 10k, 50k and 100k bide rides. The first ever Little Tyke ride coupled with an awesome kids’ area will ensure a fun event for the whole family. Register online at www.teenaction.org.
6.15.13 WINGFEST 7HILLS HOMELESS CENTER AND ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION
Area restaurants go head to head to see who has the best chicken wings around. For only a $10 donation to 7Hills Homeless Center and the Alzheimer’s Association, the public gets to sample and vote on their favorites while enjoying live music. For more information, visit www.alz.org/alzokar or www.7hillscenter.org for more information.
6.15.13 - 6.22.13 TEAM BREAK THE CYCLE (RACE ACROSS AMERICA) NORTHWEST ARKANSAS CHILDREN’S SHELTER
Four cyclists from Northwest Arkansas will represent NWACS in the Race Across America. Racers must traverse 3,000 miles in nine days or less. Fans from all over the world can get up-to-date media coverage. For more information, contact Linda Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org or 479.795.2417. Youth Bridge Inc. Starry, Starry NIght Almost Van Gogh Masterpiece Challenge Glenda and Ron Milam
6.17.13 - 6.23.13 WALMART NW ARKANSAS CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY P&G
The biggest event and golf tournament in Northwest Arkansas hits the links at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers for the seventh-straight year. The LPGA raises thousands of dollars for local charities each year. Visit www.nwachampionship.com for more information.
6.19.13 PANTENE BEAUTIFUL LENGTHS One in three women will be affected by cancer in her lifetime. Many of these women will lose their hair. You can help by donating eight inches of your hair to create wigs for these women at the Pantene Beautiful Lengths event at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G. For more information, please visit www.beautifullengthsnwa.com.
6.20.13 SPARK OF HOPE SINGLE PARENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND OF NWA
Join SPSFNWA at the Fayetteville Town Center for the Spark of Hope where endowed scholarships are awarded. Visit www.spsfnwa.org or call 479.935.4888 for more information.
6.20.13 TEDDY BEAR PICNIC FAMILY NETWORK
Join Family Network for this family-friend casual picnic. Boxed lunches will be provided as well as games and activities for children of all ages. Call 479.927.3659 or email email@example.com for more information.
6.22.13 STARRY, STARRY NIGHT ALMOST VAN GOGH MASTERPIECE CHALLENGE YOUTH BRIDGE, INC.
This art show and sale is a very unique fundraiser. Teams and individuals are given three colors to use to attempt and recreate a popular painting. All paintings will be judged during the event and individuals may bid on any work of art. For more information, call 479.575.9471 or visit www.youthbridge.com.
6.25.13 CONCERT IN THE GARDEN BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE OZARKS
Concert in the Garden is a free outdoor concert that features local music groups at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. For more information, please call 479.750.2620 or visit www.bgozarks.org.
6.27.13 - 6.29.13 20TH ANNUAL CANCER CHALLENGE One weekend. One community. One fight for one cause. Whatever your passion, play for a purpose. For event or sponsorship information, visit www.cancerchallenge.com or please call 479.273.3172.
6.28.13 RED, WHITE & BABY BLUE JACKSON L. GRAVES FOUNDATION
This fun, affordable event is held at the Garden Room in Fayetteville and includes live music, silent auctions, heavy hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Proceeds support neonatal intensive care. For more information, please call 479.466.6103 or visit www.jacksongraves.org.
6.28.13 SPARKLE & SPURS GALA AND AUCTION THE CANCER CHALLENGE
Head on down to Horton Farms for The Cancer Challenge’s Sparkle & Spurs Gala, held in conjunction with the 20th Annual Cancer Challenge. Wear your favorite western party attire. To purchase a table or tickets, visit www.cancerchallenge.com or call 479.273.3172.
6.29.13 SUMMER SALSA EOA CHILDREN’S HOUSE
Bring your friends to the Fayetteville Town Center and dance the night away. EOA Children’s House provides long-term daytime therapeutic treatment, counseling and education services for abused and neglected children ages birth to five. For more information, visit www.childrenshousenwa.org or please call 479.872.7479.
Cancer Challenge Sparkle & Spurs Gala Tina Waggener and Dick Trammel
From the Greatest Generation to Baby Boomers to Gen Xers, there’s a Broadway Adventure for everyone at Walton Arts Center!
waltonartscenter.org | 479.443.5600
Experience an evening of smooth sailing with
NationalTheatre of Great Britain and Bob Boyett present
Cole Porter’s classic hits! based on a novel by Michael Morpurgo • adapted by Nick Stafford in association with Handspring Puppet Company
RACHEL YORK Directed and Choreographed by
illustration by robert rodriguez
KATHLEEN MARSHALL Apr. 9-14
2011 Tony Awards
An exhilArAting theAtricAl journey of three friends finding their wAy in A post-9/11 world!
A powerful, imaginative tale of courage, loyalty and friendship filled with stirring music and songs!
the groundbreaking BROADWAY musical
May 22-26 Broadway Series sponsor
Night Out Series sponsor
ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES ROGERS MORNING NEWS THE BENTON COUNTY DAILY RECORD SPRINGDALE MORNING NEWS NWAONLINE.COM
Additional support for Anything Goes provided by Steve & Linda Nelson. Additional support for American Idiot provided by Ghirardelli Chocolate. Additional support for War Horse provided by Bob and Marilyn Bogle.
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Experience the Art of Wine! 13th Annual Art of Wine Festival June 13-15 // Walton Arts Center 13th Annual TICKETS ON SALE NOW* Winemaker’s Dinner Thursday, June 13 // 6pm
An exclusive evening featuring an elegant five-course meal, premium wine pairings, decadent dessert and an enlightening talk by the winemaker.
UncorkeD! FriDay night Wine tasting Friday, June 14 // 7pm
This is the party of the summer! Grab your friends, enjoy the tasting experience and discover your new favorite wine!
Saturday, June 15 // 6pm
Sample the world’s finest wines and enjoy delectable hors d’oeuvres prepared by NWA’s top chefs. A grand opportunity for discerning wine enthusiasts and novices alike. *Must be 21 or older to purchase tickets
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Published on Mar 31, 2013