Jan 30 Monday
Hands on Art Activities, Live Music, Gallery Open House, Food and Drinks
Jan 31 Tuesday
Feb 01 Wednesday
Come out to see the wild side of The Quiver! We pull out our collection of 3D, animal shaped, targets on our first open day of each month for you to shoot at.
From deers to our voloceraptor, take a shot at a unique critter! Our regular targets will be available as well.
As always, this is a FREE activity for members!
This is the first of a 3-part presentation series. One of the advantages of native plants is that they’re already adapted to the local soil and climate and require less water and fertilizer than many cultivated species. There are also many native species that are edible and medicinal and can easily be grown in a garden setting. In this program, you’ll learn which native plant species are ideal for community gardens and urban agriculture, the parts of these species that can be harvested for food or medicine, and tips for how to harvest and prepare them.
Feb 02 Thursday
Feb 03 Friday
Summer movies are back at Fayetteville Public Library! Join us every Friday at 2 p.m. for a free movie in the Walker Community Room.
Seating is first come, first served.
Upcoming Sumer Family Movies:
July 15 - James and the Giant Peach (PG)July 22 - The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run (PG)July 29 - The Little Mermaid (G)August 5 - Muppet Treasure Island (G)
Looking for a new social activity to keep your homeschoolers active? Meet up with other homeschool families at The Quiver and do archery together!
It's only $20 for the hour, or get an annual membership to enjoy the range year-round with no hourly fees! (discount applied at checkout)
Children must be 8 or older to shoot at The Quiver. All minors must be accompanied by an adult and any under 8 must have an adult with them in the spectating area at all times.
Feb 04 Saturday
Established in 2016, Frost Fest was created by Fossil Cove Brewing Company as a way to highlight craft breweries, creators, and makers while supporting non-profits in the Northwest Arkansas area.