48 | CITISCAPES | JUNE 2019 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR A CALENDAR LISTING, SEND EVENT INFO TO calendar@citiscapes.com COMMUNITY CALEN DA R Museum of Native American History—Upcoming Events June 8 & July 13: Storytime at the Museum with Quapaw storyteller Mrs. Kelli, 11 a.m.; June 21: Native Conversations: A Rare Conversation Between Two Earth Protectors, 5:30 p.m.; and June 22: Native Conversations: Creative Visions, Matriarch, 5 p.m. Free admission. Museum of Native American History. Bentonville. (479) 273- 2456. www.monah.us Rogers Historical Museum—Current Exhibitions Early Medicine of Northwest Arkansas will be on display in The Collections Gallery; and Rogers Postal History will be on display in The Trammel Gallery. Free admission. Rogers Historical Museum. Rogers. (479) 621-1154. www.rogershistoricalmuseum.org Shiloh Museum of Ozark History— Current Exhibitions Currently on display thru Jan. 11, 2020: Instruments of Faith; and running thru April 11, 2020: Model Homes. Free admission. Shiloh Museum of Ozark History. Springdale. (479) 750-8165. www.shilohmuseum.org Darkness Through Light— Thru June 2 Art show featuring both limited and open edition pieces by local artist Diana Michelle. Free admission. Arsaga’s Depot. Fayetteville. (479) 799-9291. www.dianamichellefineart.com Distinguished Speaker Series: Titus Kaphar—June 14 In this powerful talk, visual artist Titus Kaphar imagines a renewed, more nuanced engagement with American history: envisioning new spaces for marginalized or forgotten bodies to enter, and disrupt, the evolving fabric of our culture. Celebrate truth in this revealing, intellectually nourishing tour of the issues most in need of amendment. 7 to 8 p.m. Admission: $15 non-member, $12 member, $5 student. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Bentonville. (479) 657-2415. crystalbridges.org SPORTS & RECREATION NWA Naturals—Upcoming Home Games June 3 thru 5 vs. Arkansas Travelers; June 6 thru 9 vs. Springfield Cardinals; June 17 thru 19 vs. Amarillo Sod Poodles; June 20 thru 23 vs. Frisco Rough Riders; July 1 thru 3 vs. Arkansas Travelers; and July 11 thru 14 vs. Tulsa Drillers. Admission varies. Arvest Ballpark. Springdale. (479) 927-4900. www.nwanaturals.com Yoga in the Garden—Thru Sept. 28 Back by popular demand is the free yoga in the garden series led by Fayetteville Athletic Club certified yoga instructors. This class promotes strength while stretching you, incorporating both the mind and body. No registration required. All classes are free and open to the public. Cottage Lawn or Boxwood Circle. Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. Fayetteville. (479) 750-2620. www.bgozarks.org Crohn’s & Colitis Walk—June 1 This family-friendly event includes activities for everyone including games, music and more. Funds raised will help transform the lives of those impacted by these diseases, and support the Foundation’s critical research, education and patient support programs. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Walk starts at 11 a.m. Village on the Creeks. Rogers. (646) 899-0333. www.cctakesteps.org/nwa2019 Kid’s Fishing Derby—June 1 Annual event brought to you by the Siloam Springs Parks & Recreation from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. for children ages 3 to 12. Free admission. Sager Creek behind the Parks & Recreation Office. Siloam Springs. (479) 524-5136. www.siloamsprings.com Rotary Pig Trail Mud Run—June 1 Proceeds benefit Springdale Rotary Club. There will be a post-race PIG Party with food, drinks and some great entertainment. All participants under the age of 18 MUST have a parental consent form signed; must be 14 years of age or older to participate. Check in begins at 7 a.m. and first flight takes off at 8 a.m. Race is approximately 3.5 miles and will contain 15 or more obstacles. Admission: $55, $75. Marchant Arena. Springdale. (479) 422-7465. www.pigtrailmudrun.org Walk for Wishes—June 1 Make-A-Wish Mid-South walk to raise money to grant wishes for children with critical illnesses. Activities include live music, wish world carnival, face painting and more. Free admission. Arvest Ballpark. Springdale. (479) 755-4524. www.walkforwishesnwa.org Ozark Valley Triathlon—June 2 Event features two triathlon distances (international and sprint), an individual aquabike category, and a new sprint distance duathlon. Plus, a post-race awards ceremony with unique finisher medals, food, awards and prizes. Registration fees vary for participants; free for spectators. Lake Wedington Recreation Area. Fayetteville. (479) 521- 7766. www.ozarkvalleytriathlon.com Great Obstacle Runaround—June 8 3rd annual kids-only obstacle race for