“Clue” on stage; Ninja Watch Festival; Havenwood Benefit Concert; Tribute to the Har-Ber high school choir
Here’s a look at what’s going on in Northwest Arkansas sponsored by 7Up Mini Can Variety Pack.
The Hero Half Marathon will take place on Saturday October 30 and the time to register is running out. If you plan to do this race, you must register before Thursday October 28 at noon! If you don’t intend to run, but want to help, the race organizers are looking for volunteers. Several volunteer opportunities are available.
We’re turning against the ninjas tonight! You may remember our interview with Joseph Rouse, also known as JG Rock. He is participating in this season of American Ninja Warrior Junior. On Thursday, October 28, Flip Side Ninja Gym in Lowell will be hosting a standby night for episodes eight and nine of the show where JG is a star contender. The event starts at 7.15pm. If you can’t make it to the night before but still want to support, both episodes are streaming on Peacock.
Former Nashville country music artist Rodney Redman will perform a benefit concert for Havenwood in downtown Bentonville on Thursday, October 28 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Haxton Road Studios. Places are limited to 50 individual tickets and a green room with 15 seats. The show is also an intimate studio recording of her song “What I Left Behind”. Rodney’s goal is to help fight homelessness in Bentonville via Havenwood.
Bentonville High School proudly presents its fall production of “Clue”. The play is a stage version of the popular Hasbro board game. The show opens tonight with performances through Saturday. The play takes place at the Arend Center for the Arts and tickets are ten dollars for the public.
We want to salute the Har-Ber high school choir. Students entered the 2021 Region Five All Region competition. Find out… A record 113 students choir from across the region! 64 are eligible to audition for the All State Choir, and there were 4 first chairs out of the 8 possible. On November 6, the students who created All Region will come together for a day of music at the Don Tyson School of Innovation. Congratulations to all Har-Ber students and kudos to Clint Pianalto for sending this story!