Foundation Gift Baskets Support Performing Arts


The Butterfield Trail Village Foundation is offering holiday gift baskets filled with delicious Arkansas edibles. They are perfect for friends and family – and support a variety of talented performing artists in Northwest Arkansas. 

Choose from a number of beautifully decorated gift baskets, each filled with an assortment of sweet and savory edibles from the Natural State. The Arkansas products are from the House of Webster, Fisher Honey, Ozark Nut Roaster and War Eagle Mill.

Each holiday gift basket is carefully packed and shipped to ensure it is received in time for Christmas morning! Proceeds from the gift baskets go to the BTV Music and Performance Fund, which secures a variety of performing arts entertainment for Village residents to enjoy throughout the year at our own BTV Performance Hall.

Since the Performance Hall opened in 2017, entertainers who’ve given outstanding performances there include classical pianists Alan Chow, Miroslava Panayotova and Tomoko Kashiwagi; violinist Miho Sakon, the Claudia Burson Jazz Trio and the Trinity Academy of Ballet.

Several concerts are already in the works for 2019, including a March 11 performance by pianist Tatiana R. Mann accompanied by violinist Kiril Laskarov. Mann has appeared as a soloist and recitalist across North America and Europe, and Laskarov is in his 20th season as a concertmaster with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.

We encourage you to give the gift that keeps giving! Purchasing a gift basket not only supports the BTV Foundation, but it supports the talented artists who grace our stage.

Order forms for baskets with descriptions and prices are available through Friday, Dec. 14, on the Butterfield Trail Village Facebook page, or by emailing me at

Your support for the Foundation through all year-end donations is deeply appreciated.

Happy Holidays!