Pronouns Trans Art Exhibit

Mount Sequoyah Center 150 N. Skyline Drive, FAYETTEVILLE, AR

Co-curated by NWA Equality board member Jewel Hayes, the Pronouns exhibit features local trans artists including Rosaria Lilium, Flynn Hudson, Cory Perry, Franklin Countryman, Theo Mellon, Jewel Hayes, and Pat Hennon. The exhibit is open until the end of June.

Ozarks Drag Brunch: Advocacy & Allies

Fayetteville Town Center 15 W. Mountain Street, Fayetteville, AR

Join Brooklyn Bissette, O'Shea Reed, Ella Rosa, and Jazmyn Turrelle for brunch, booze, some of the best of Arkansas' drag, and a celebration of the allies and advocates who have supported and shaped our LGBTQ community! This event also honors NWA Pride Parade Grand Marshal Ruth Coker Burks, and Parade Honoree Evelyn Rios Stafford.

NWA Trans March

Dickson Street Dickson St., Fayetteville, AR

This will be Arkansas's first-ever Trans March. Come join this historic event! Dress up, show up, bring signs, speak out! We are calling for trans, nonbinary, gender variant and gender… Read more about NWA Trans March

Out in the Ozarks/w Matteo Lane

Fayetteville Town Center 15 W. Mountain Street, Fayetteville, AR

Northwest Arkansas Pride 2021 moves into the weekend with the hilarious stand-up comedian, oil painter, and opera singer - Matteo Lane!

Northwest Arkansas NWA Pride Parade

Dickson Street Dickson St., Fayetteville, AR

The NWA Pride Parade is back! The Parade will roll down Dickson Street in Fayetteville on Saturday, June 26th at Noon.

July Happy Hour

21st Amendment 406 W. Dickson Street, Fayetteville, AR

Happy Hour is back! Join us at 21st Amendment for a drink and one of the best patio views in town.

August Happy Hour

The Hive at 21C 200 NE A Street, Bentonville, AR

Happy Hour heads to Bentonville this month! Join us at The Hive at 21C for seasonal craft cocktails and networking.

Designing Women Drag Dinner

Fayetteville Public Library 401 W. Mountain Street, Fayetteville, AR

Join the Dickson Street Divas and NWA Equality program partner @TheatreSquared as we fundraise for the Queer community and celebrate the ladies of Designing Women and the dialogue these strong southern women sparked that provided a spotlight for the oppressed, a voice for women’s rights, and helped empower the LGBTQ community.