Har-ber couples find winter date ideas

Caroline Cain, A&E editor

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The Rink at Lawrence Plaza

Located on the edge of downtown Bentonville, the ice skating rink is a fountain during the warmer months. The outdoor rink is a creative alternative to an inside facility and adds a classic feel. Going ice skating is the perfect date idea for any couple looking to try something new, or serves as a good excuse to go outside during the cold months. The rink opens November 19th and tickets for an hour and 15 minute long session can be purchased for $3. If you don’t have your own skates, it’s an additional $2 for rental.

Steelhouse Cafe

Cold winter days call for some warm comfort food. Steelhouse is the ideal place to pick up that warmth. From oozing grilled cheeses to steaming soups, the cafe gives Springdale locals a cozy eating option. Besides the warming foods, Steelhouse provides a comfortable atmosphere with an entire seating area filled with couches. Steelhouse also serves your favorite Onyx drinks to warm you up any day. Steelhouse is open Monday through Saturday 8am-8pm.

The Lights of the Ozarks

Decorating the square in the center of downtown Fayetteville, Lights of the Ozarks sparks a jolly feeling in all. The lights cover the already artsy scenery of the square and add an extra touch of charm. Restaurants and shops line the edge of the square, providing entertainment and a warm stop to stop by when it gets too chilly to bear. The lights go up November 18th and stay around until Christmas Day.

The Nutcracker Ballet at The Walton Arts Center

The Nutcracker is performed annually by the Moscow Classical Ballet at The Walton Arts Center in downtown Fayetteville. The performance is a dreamy setting for any couple who adores the arts. The Walton Arts Center is located on the corner of Dickson and is in the ideal spot to grab a bite before the show. The ballet is showing December 19-20.

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