Mountain biking, yoga and cocktails to start 2022
Here’s a look at what’s going on in Northwest Arkansas sponsored by Dry Canada Ginger ale.
If you are looking for something active to do to keep you moving during the winter months, it might be time for you to join a group ATV ride. Weekly Fayetteville Mountain Bike Ride Group and Social will walk the Smokehouse Trail in West Fayetteville on Tuesday January 4th at 6:00 p.m.
which will take place on Tuesday 4 January Saddlebock Brewery and Restaurant in Springdale hosts picking circle. Take your guitar, mandolin, bass – or any instrument and join people who want to play and have a good time. The picking circle begins at 6:00 p.m. You are invited to come jam or just listen to a member of the audience.
Moms Unlimited Fitness and Health wants to help you start the New Year on the right foot. They are running a fitness class on Wednesday January 5th called Dumbbells and down dogs. The class will focus on yoga and resistance training that complement each other. You can bring your own yoga mat and a bottle of water for this class which takes place Wednesday at 6 a.m. at the Day by Day Health Center in Fayetteville.
Maybe you are looking to give your cocktail game a boost. Invite your friends over for a fun evening where you will learn how to make 3 unique drinks, perfect for the first months of 2022. Chef Erin Rowe will take attendees on a cocktail journey it will be perfect for entertaining until St. Patrick’s Day. The event will take place at Brick and Mortar in Rogers at 6 p.m. Thursday. You must be at least twenty-one years old to attend.
We participated in the Salvation Army Red Kettle Virtual Campaign in December, we want to celebrate with the Salvation Army. The KNWA morning team actually made the most money at $ 2,769, just ahead of the evening’s $ 2,299. The good news is that all of these funds are going to those who need them most!
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