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Top Ten Reasons To Bring Your Summer Event To Rogers

Posted by JR Shaw on Tue, Apr 26, 2016

Events are certainly our speciality in Rogers, Arkansas. Whether it's a business conference, an industry convention or a family reunion, we have the space for all event sizes and the hotels to keep our guests comfortable. But there's far more to Rogers than great hotels and a beautiful convention center. Read on to discover the attractions and features of Rogers that will guarantee a summer event to be remembered.  

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Topics: What to Do

Hobbs State Park: Your Family's Next Day Trip Destination

Posted by Jamie Smith on Fri, Apr 15, 2016

One of my favorite aspects about Rogers — and Northwest Arkansas as a whole — is how you can be in a suburban area complete with restaurants and attractions and within 15 minutes, you can be in the quietest places of nature.

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Topics: What to Do, Sports/Outdoors

The Railyard is Rogers' Premier Bike Park

Posted by Jamie Smith on Fri, Mar 25, 2016

Have you heard of The Railyard yet? The Railyard is a new natural surface bike park that has various elements allowing riders of any skill level to enjoy the park. I’m convinced this latest recreational attraction will bring people from all over to visit, as well as improve the quality of life of residents.

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Topics: What to Do, Sports/Outdoors

Revitalizing Downtown Rogers in 2016

Posted by Jamie Smith on Fri, Mar 25, 2016

I recently had the honor of meeting Jessica Rush, the new director of Main Street Rogers. We sat down to discuss the organization’s plans to revitalize Downtown Rogers in 2016 and I have to tell you, they have a lot of great things in store.

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Topics: What to Do, Made in Rogers

Spring Break Ideas In Rogers

Posted by Jamie Smith on Fri, Mar 25, 2016

Can you believe how fast this school year is going? In Northwest Arkansas, most schools are going to be on spring break in just a couple weeks. Schools across Arkansas and even the United States will also find themselves on spring break soon, so I thought I’d remind you of a few cool places that your family can go to enjoy the vacation. 

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Topics: Family-Friendly, What to Do, Trails & Parks

Tips For Traveling With Your Dog To Rogers

Posted by Jamie Smith on Wed, Sep 09, 2015

We all love family trips, and for many, traveling with the family dog makes the trip complete. All of Northwest Arkansas, including Rogers, is increasingly dog-friendly so you have a growing number of options for your trip.

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Topics: Family-Friendly, What to Do

The Scoop on What’s New in Rogers

Posted by Mel Lockcuff on Mon, Jan 12, 2015

It’s a new year, a fresh start. All around, friends and family are making plans and setting goals for the year ahead. 2015 brings with it a sense of renewal and exciting adventures ahead. Of course, the New Year also ushers in a plethora of new venues to get acquainted with in Rogers. Our family’s taken time to visit a couple, but we look forward to visiting even more in the coming year.

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Topics: What to Do

10 Date Night Ideas for the Holidays in Rogers

Posted by Mel Lockcuff on Thu, Dec 18, 2014

Life is so busy, isn’t it? During the holiday season, it seems it’s even busier than usual. What with holiday parties, baking, Christmas shopping, and more added to already busy every day activities…things can get a little crazy. 

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Topics: What to Do

Where To Find A Christmas Tree In Rogers

Posted by Mel Lockcuff on Thu, Dec 11, 2014

Like other families in the Rogers area, you’re probably ready to put up your Christmas tree, if you haven’t already done so! ‘Tis the season for ornaments, tinsel, garland, gorgeous wreaths, and the smell of a real tree to cozy up your home.

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Topics: Family-Friendly, What to Do

Shop Local In Rogers For The Holidays

Posted by Allyson Twiggs-Dyer on Wed, Nov 26, 2014

By: Laurie Marshall

When Valere Rene became ill a few years ago and was unable to continue working at her job with a busy dental practice, the family income was affected. When school was about to begin for her two daughters that fall, she found she was unable to provide the usual shopping trip to purchase teenage-girl-approved bags for them to carry. As a solution, Valere did what many other women have done in recent years – she turned to DIY.

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Topics: What to Do, Shopping