The 2019 Fall Festival at Noble Oaks Farm wraps up this weekend with plenty of family-oriented activities including Flicks in the Sticks featuring a Texarkana classic "The Town That Dreaded Sundown."

Noble Oaks Farm has plenty of fall fun to see and do which includes, hayrides, cow train, cube cannon, roping station, corn maze, corn crib, hay jump, games and flicks in the sticks showing "The Town That Dreaded Sundown." As most of you know I was cast as an extra in the movie along with several of my friends. Matter of fact, I had to do some digging but I found my old receipt, what's left of it with the proof of being in this movie. Of course, being an extra, I made no money but it was an experience of a lifetime and a lot of fun. The best glimpse of me is in the Prom scene and until this day, I don't remember who the girl was they paire me up for the dance scene. All I remember it was very hot that night, the dance scened was filmed in the old National Guard Armory on the Arkansas-side.

Visiting Noble Oaks Farm, kids will get an educational experience during their time there seeing registered Texas Longhorns, learn how fruits and vegetables are produced and see how honey is made with their beekeeping at the farm.


Directions to Noble Oaks Farm

Take Interstate 30 to exit 220B toward Richmond Road/Pavilion Parkway/Farm to Market 559. Proceed to the light. Take right on Richmond Rd./FM 559. Continue approximately 3.1 miles. The destination is on the right. Turn onto asphalt drive and proceed to the park.

For more information call 903-748-2164 or visit their Facebook page.