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Holidays in Little Rock


It's holiday time in Little Rock and I have your guide to eating, shopping and enjoying the season.
  1. Thanksgiving and Black Friday
  2. Volunteer and Donate
  3. Christmas Events & Light Displays
  1. Holiday Photographs
  2. Holiday Shopping
  3. After Christmas

Thanksgiving and Black Friday

Community Bakery Pie

Thanksgiving is the day to slow down before the holiday rush begins. Did you know that Arkansas is the number 4 producer of turkey's in the nation? We produce more than 24 million turkeys a year! That means that bird on your table just could have came from Arkansas.

Volunteer and Donate

Salvation Army

The holiday season makes us feel a little more giving. Here are places that would be happy to take donations of time, goods or money.

Christmas Events & Light Displays

Capitol at Christmas

Winter in Arkansas means ice skating in the River Market, shopping, parades and events all over the state. We also have some awesome light displays throughout the state.

Holiday Photographs

Garvan Gardens

See some photographs of Christmas lights and other neat holiday events in the natural state.

Holiday Shopping

I know it's not really the spirit of the season, but shopping is still a major part of the holidays. Here are some places to go and advice.

After Christmas

New Year's Day traditional meals in the South include hog jowls for wealth and black-eyed peas for health. Cabbage is also said to bring wealth, but it's "purse" or spending money. Find out more about News Year's in Arkansas here.

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