Crystal Bridges is making way for a four-acre community playscape called Convergence and a parking deck with programmable space on the southeast side of Crystal Bridges’ campus.
Nick Cave: Until is the largest and most ambitious project yet from the renowned artist. This immersive exhibition is a visual feast for the eyes, spanning over 24,000 square feet of gallery space at the Momentary.
Based on a full year of Tripadvisor reviews, prior to any changes caused by the pandemic, award winners are known for consistently receiving great guest feedback, placing them in the top 10% of hospitality businesses around the globe.
Every Friday evening between August 14 and October 30, Crystal Bridges is offering a free, outdoor family-friendly concert or performance on its North Lawn.
In its second season at Crystal Bridges' North Forest, the popular outdoor exhibition features dynamic, nature-inspired lighting elements, and immersive soundscapes. Five distinct installations will bring the soul of the forest to life with light, sound, and sensory effects in a captivating, nighttime, family-friendly experience.
The Bentonville Farmers Market received a national nod during National Farmers Market Week.The popular Saturday morning downtown market was named one of the top "unexpected" farmers markets in the country by Garden and Health.
The DEI Community Task Force will seek to examine and address issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion with the goal of ensuring Bentonville is welcoming and that all feel a part of the community.
Rapid population growth, paired with the COVID-19 pandemic, has caused Downtown Bentonville, Inc. to rethink large downtown events to ensure the safety for our entire community.
The socially-distanced outdoor art “gallery” provides another COVID-19 safe summer activity in Downtown Bentonville and supports Northwest Arkansas artists.
Dr. Stephen Goss is currently serving as Chairman of the Bentonville Schools Reopening Task Force. He has served as President of Mercy’s integrated physicians in Northwest Arkansas since November 2003.We invited Dr. Goss to discuss proactive ways to keep our children and teachers safe during the upcoming school semester.
For the last several months, Northwest Arkansas physician Dr. Joel Fankhauser has been offering transparent and factual COVID-19 updates via Facebook.We have asked him to join us live on Facebook to answer YOUR COVID-19 questions. Here is a recording of our 30-minute interview.
The campaign’s first initiative will work alongside the Marshallese Educational Initiative (MEI) to collect donations for the Northwest Arkansas Marshallese community devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bentonville could become the next Northwest Arkansas city to enact a mask ordinance. Bentonville City Council Committee of the Whole discussed a proposed mask ordinance on Monday evening.
The extended deadline allows Bentonville parents to decide between blended and virtual learning after a key July 21st vote from the Bentonville School Board. The board will be voting on the school district's recommendation to make face masks mandatory for students.
Structured as a hybrid event, the annual festival will offer virtual presentations and world premieres of films, panels and special events, alongside select drive-in screenings and additional on-the-ground events throughout Bentonville.
Downtown Bentonville, Inc. announced its plan to open its walk-through, outdoor farmers market on the Bentonville Square this Saturday, July 11th. New enhanced safety measures will be in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Bentonville parents will need to decide between virtual and blended learning by end of day on July 8th. Here is our second interview with Bentonville Schools Superintendent Dr. Debbie Jones.
After months without business, Skylight Cinema in Downtown Bentonville is enacting new health protocols and hoping to reopen before the end of summer. Check out our video to learn what you can expect when Skylight Cinema reopens.
Owner Jordan Wright announced on Facebook that the restaurant's new location will be positioned at the top of the Slaughter Pen trailhead, next to Lawrence Plaza.
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This interview covered blended vs. virtual vs. crisis learning, student health concerns, masks, and safety procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Our Bentonville: Be Safe & Be Smart campaign encourages area residents, businesses, and visitors to follow recommended public health guidelines to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Dana Schlagenhaft held a Facebook Live chat with Downtown Bentonville, Inc. Executive Director Andrew Heath about the current and future status of downtown events.
Bentonville Parks and Recreation will adjust the city's annual Fourth of July fireworks celebration to accommodate COVID-19 social distancing guidelines.An Evening at Orchards Park-Bentonville’s 4th of July Fireworks Celebration will be held on Saturday, July 4th from 7:30pm to 10:30pm.
The library will be open for “transactional” services only such as returns, checkouts, and computer use.Staff and patrons will be asked to follow new protocols, including the familiar 6-foot social distancing guideline.
Once again, on Sunday evening, the Bentonville Square was filled with protesters holding signs and chanting for justice, equality, and an end to racial discrimination.
This month, Downtown Bentonville, Inc., along with our partner organizations, delivered messages of appreciation for Northwest Medical Center and Mercy Hospital. How did we deliver a little love from the community while maintaining a safe social distance?
Crystal Bridges and The Momentary will reopen to the public on Wednesday, June 10.The museums detailed new safety measures in place to ensure public safety, following state guidelines.
The recently opened, then temporarily closed (due to COVID-19), contemporary art space in our city received a nod from Conde Nast Traveler as one of 9 Museum Openings Worth Planning Trips Around in 2020.
Bentonville is the fifth fastest-growing city in the United States with over 50,000 residents. That's according to a U.S. Census Bureau report released in May 2020.
We are super excited to return to getting fresh goods from our incredible local farmers. There are a few restrictions, for example, we can only have produce vendors and not crafters due to COVID regulations and we have to keep people moving in their cars. We doing everything we need to to follow the rules.