Current Events


Solar Project Install Day! Wooo Hooo!

It Happened! Sat Nov 4 — OMNI Center It was a beautiful site, watching a smooth team work together to put this roof together. All the panels are in place. Next weekend the job will be to wire them all up to the inverter, and soon the system will be ready to plug into the electric grid. Thank you’s to Flint Richter (Richter Solar), Terry Tremwel (Tremwel Energy), Donovan Nederland (electrician), and the volunteer team Richard Tiffany, Eric Fusilier, Michael Sidney, Arturo Rodriguez, and Lay Vongnerath. Hope I didn’t forget anybody. Orlo Stitt of Stitt Energy spent the afternoon with […]


A Truly Welcoming Community

Benefit Concert and Performance Art Event Fri November 17 – 7:00 pm Good Shepherd Lutheran Church 2925 Old Missouri Road There will be presentations by the Latin/x Youth Theatre Project, inspired by local Springdale writer/performers and Broad Daylight, an acapella quartet of local women. Poetry and music will be interspersed. Proceeds for the benefit will go towards AR Justice Collective and OMNI People Power; both of these groups are working to stem the illegal detention of immigrants by the WA County police, without a warrant.


The Solar Project

Solar Project Install Day!

Wooo Hooo! Sat Nov 4 – 2:00-5:00 pm — OMNI Center Music, potluck snacks, big information on solar and renewables, potential political engagement for you. Come learn more about about how you can be a part of the Solar Revolution. This will be a fun, educational, and working open house to give the installers our mojo and let YOU ask all the questions you want about your own relationship to solar. There is on-the-ground assistance we can give the installers, screwing and clipping parts of the array together and assisting in other ways. Get the feel for what solar installation […]


ReZist!

Roy Zimmerman Back! ReZist! We are sorry to report that this concert has been canceled due to illness. It will hopefully be rescheduled in the future. Songwriter and Musician Roy Zimmerman Loves Fayetteville! Back Saturday Oct 21 – 6:00-8:00 – OMNI More info.


Indigenous People’s Day

Monday Oct 9 – all day – UA Campus Native American Student Association event Commemorative Trail of Tears Walk 1:00-2:30 Union Mall Tribal display and historical readings, rural Native food traditions, art of storytelling, art, and Native American film screening of “The Silent Enemy” 7:00 pm Union Ballroom Full details here: Indigenous People’s Day details