There is a big community event that will be coming up soon and if you love motorcycles and you love to cook up delicious ribs then you don't want to miss this one. It's the Rumble on the Green and Rib Rumble Cook-off and it all benefits kids.

This two-day event is hosted by both the Brothers Keepers Chapter 34 and the Brothers Keepers Chapter 8. It will take place at the De Queen Country Club on Friday, August 25 and Saturday, August 26. All proceeds will go to their Christmas event Shop with a Biker and also to Watersprings Ranch.

Photo by Andrei Ianovskii on Unsplash
Photo by Andrei Ianovskii on Unsplash

Karaoke, Glow Stick Ride and More

The fun gets started Friday evening August 25 at 7 PM with Karaoke Night, pool tables and more. Plus a special Glow Stick Ride with motorcycles and street-legal side-by-sides all lit up with glow sticks as they make their way to the De Queen Lake and back again. If you want to ride there is a $10 fee.

On Saturday there will be fun for the whole family starting at 9:30 AM with a Dice Run starting at 10 AM, a live auction begins at noon, Pie Pres at 2 PM. Plus fun for the kids with a dunking booth, cornhole, water balloon toss, bounce houses and more. Plus enjoy live music from Alex and Liv from 7 PM to 11 PM.

BBQ Pork Ribs on the Grill
Brandon Bourdages

First Annual Rib Rumble

Also on Saturday, it's the First Annual Rib Rumble. If you make the best ribs ever then put your talent to the test with the competition going on from 8 AM to 4 PM. There will be $2,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs. Entry fee is $150. You can fill out your entry form online right here.

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Rib Rumble payouts are:

1st Place winning $1,000.

2nd Place - $500

3 Place - $250

4th Place - Gift Set/ Grill

5th Place - Gift Set

To enter email you can also call (479) 312-9480

You can also check them out on their Facebook page.

Jim Weaver, Townsquare Media
Jim Weaver, Townsquare Media

We spoke with Brian Ogburn and Joey Shaver about the event. You can listen to it below.

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