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Okay, May was pretty awesome.  The U of A spring semester finished, class of 2014 graduated and the U-haul parade has slowed down.  This is a sweet time in Fayetteville.  Just like everywhere else, the farmers’ market is back, street festivals abound and life takes on a more laid back approach.  The difference here, for us, is we live smack dab in the middle of it all!  Randy has been busy with “Scotch” liquor class and “Craft Beer” class.  Let’s just say it has been tipsy around here!  We also had a lovely, though way too short, visit from Charlotte.  We enjoyed showing her the slower side of life.

To kick off summer, there were two signature events that happened.  The first one is The Block Party on, you guessed it, Block Avenue.  The day turned off beautiful and we enjoyed all the people, food and bands.  This party stretches for several blocks heading south from Dickson to the square.  Here are the pictures:

Looking south on Block Avenue

Looking south on Block Avenue

Looking north on Block Avenue

Looking north on Block Avenue

It was certainly a mecca for people watching!

My Fayetteville sister and I made a quick trip to Rogers for some shopping and then headed north to see our Bella Vista sister for a night.  Her family showed us a wonderful time that included dinner, drinking, boating and a fire in the fire pit.  We also got some hot tub time, which was so relaxing.  The next morning we headed down to Bentonville for lunch before heading back to Fayetteville.  The Bentonville square was busy and gorgeous.

Benton County Courthouse

Benton County Courthouse

Long and winding path thru the Bentonville Square

Long and winding path thru the Bentonville Square

The second signature event was the annual Artosphere Trail Mix Concert Tour, which features live music spread out on the Frisco Trail.  Guys, the weather was beyond perfect and the music was wonderful.  Randy and I hit most of the 10 musical groups.  Candy Lee and the Sweets, one of my favorites, played and I really enjoyed listening to the Martha Redbone Trio.  Check out their links and also this link to all the other great bands.

The Street Drum Corps performed on the new Maser’s art installation, called Under the Stars.  You can read all about it at this link.  Here is a picture:

Street Drum Corps on Maser's Under the Stars.

Street Drum Corps performing on Maser’s Under the Stars.

Here are some more pictures of the event:

Map of performers

Map of performers

Martha Redbone Trio

Martha Redbone Trio

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Candy Lee and The Sweets

Candy Lee and The Sweets

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And to round it all off, we have a new neighbor!  Emily, she wants me to tell you hello.

Our new neighbor has different eye colors.

Our new neighbor has different eye colors.

Well, I want to know what you have been up to!  Please elaborate below.

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3 Responses to Life in party central!

  1. Charlotte says:

    Your lives are like one big vacation!!! Please invite me to the Artosphere next year. The bands sound great!!
    I had a wonderful time visiting you and Randy, as always!

  2. Emily says:

    I want to meet that cat!!! Please cat-nap her while I am in town and pretend that she is yours temporarily?

    This all sounds great, especially the concerts along the trail–that’s so cool! Didn’t have that when I was there…or now that I’m thinking about it, I’m not sure if I was in Fville during late May.

  3. catherine says:

    Charlotte and Emily,
    You guys just need to move here! Definitely let you know about the bands on the trail next year!

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