Big Brothers/Big Sisters– To provide and support one-on-one, adult-child mentoring relationships for primarily single parent families. Serves NWA children ages 6-14. Used primarily for single parent families. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. 130 E. Poplar St. Suite C, Fayetteville, AR. Phone: 479-966-4366.
Donald W. Reynolds Boys and Girls Club of Fayetteville– Recreational activities. All Youths must
have and adult with them. Membership fees- $60/yr youth, $200/yr adult, $300/yr family. Mon.–Fri. 6am-8pm, Sat. 9am-1pm and Sun. 1pm – 4pm, 560 North Rupple Road, Fayetteville. (479) 442-9242. Business Office Hours-Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 9am-1pm.
Fayetteville Public Library– Free events and workshops for all ages. 401 West Mountain St. Fayetteville, AR 72701. (479) 856-7000.
The First Tee of NWA– a non-profit youth development organization whose mission is to help make an impact on the lives of kids by teaching core values, life skills and healthy living choices through the game of golf. Scholarships are available for qualifying families. 715 E. Monroe Ave., Lowell, AR 72745. (479) 419-5807.
The Jones Center– Free recreational and educational activities for everyone. 922 E. Emma, Springdale. (479) 756-8090.
Springdale Youth Center– Recreational Activities. 600 Ash Street, Springdale. (479) 750-8185.
The Fayetteville Flyer– News, Art & Life in Fayetteville Arkansas. A bi-weekly free paper with local events and activities. Pick one up around town (Marvin’s IGA provides them) or visit their website.
Yvonne Richardson Community Center– Free recreational activities. Mon-Fri. 10am-7pm, Sat. 10am-2pm. 240 E. Rock, Fayetteville. (479) 444-3461.