Sunday night, after the Martina McBride concert, my wife and I took advantage of the opportunity to see the lights on the Fayetteville square. Fayetteville is only about 20 miles south of our house, but we rarely take the opportunity to visit. There was a time when we had to visit Fayetteville often for shopping and entertainment, but Bentonville now has a full assortment of activities and many Fayetteville residents head north for restaurants, concerts, and special events.
The spirit of Christmas around our house. She does all of the work, I just take the photos. Merry Christmas to one and all!
6 thoughts on “2022 Christmas Music Marathon – Day 29”
Beautiful post. You always make me smile.
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I worked in downtown Fayetteville for a couple of years. I was last there in August, 2013 and was so pleased to see the historic buildings that are still there. Those lights are fantastic. I hope the Old Post Office building on the square has found a tenant once again. Alana ramblinwitham
You would not recognize Northwest Arkansas from Fayetteville to Bentonville now. Yes, the Post office has a new tennant and the square is alive and well.
That’s an amazing display. Thank you so much for the music you share.
Glad you have enjoyed the marathon this year.