Sat January 20 – time Town Square Join us to commemorate the first anniversary of the Fayetteville Women’s March, when Fayetteville joined cities across the country and the world to stand up for equality, justice, and inclusion! Let’s celebrate and keep the momentum going! Fayetteville Women’s March
Monday January 15 – Springdale 11:00 – 3:00 – Luther George Grove Street Park, Springdale First Ever Springdale March for MLK The Parade will start at the Rodeo Of The Ozarks Parsons Stadium and March down Emma to Grove park. D’Andre Jones, speaker, Mayor of Springdale Doug Sprouse presents a proclamation. Zoom forward to seeing all of Northwest Arkansas come out as we celebrate the Dream being realized in Springdale. MLK Freedom March Fayetteville Monday January 15 Corner of MLK Blvd & Razorback Road ~ Fayetteville, AR 11:15 a.m. Inclement Weather Location: University of Arkansas Union – Verizon Ballroom Full […]
Talking About 2018… It was a hard year last year, but that’s over. Now it’s time to think about the future we actually want. What’s that for you? Let’s focus there. To get to the big dream of world peace, we all know we have to think global and act local. What needs to be done in your neighborhood? I’ve got a couple ideas about mine. 2018 is the year to build on some strong foundations being laid in Northwest Arkansas. The foundations are laid on community values of empathy and care for people and the Earth. And OMNI people […]
Sending out our holiday longing Peace… and no climate change or environmental destruction … and dignity and respect for everybody… and healthy families and lands…. and more politicians who care about their constituents… and billionaires who defend the public good… and comfy homes for all.. and thriving local businesses… and jobs that pay good wages… and schools that empower children…. and…
Sunday January 7 — 7:00 pm at OMNI Start the new year with a zing by joining this exciting and rowdy bunch of Creatives for an Open Mic Night that will warm your heart no matter how cold it is outside. Bring your instrument if you’re of a mind, and share songs with old and new friends. We’ll face a new year with courage and resilience as long as we hang together. Don’t miss this sweet time.
JANUARY READING for Climate Change Book Forum Conversation on Climate and Agriculture Sun Jan 7 – 1:30 pm – Fayetteville Library Board Room Hi All, For January 7th we are reading The ELEPHANT IN THE CORNFIELD by Chris Clayton. The Elephant in the Cornfield Apparently it is only available on Kindle, and is only $5.99, but also samples of the book can be downloaded for free on your Kindle or iPad.